Do you wonder what other EAA chapters are up to? Fly-ins, burger burns, fundraisers or presentations are some of the activities you can find. See the Helpful Links tab above to see links to other chapter websites and newsletters.
Volunteer opportunity at the Arlington Fly-in in August
Looking for a Host for the two EAA tents. This person would greet and help the presenter set their stuff up and help with whatever might be needed (within their power). Free entry into the fly-in. Contact Ray Carveth at email@example.com for information.
Every Saturday until the Fly-in there are work parties to get the facilities ready. Opportunities during the week too. See the NEWS tab above for more information.
Don’t forget about our chapter sponsored fencing party on Aug. 10th.
Another Chapter 818 Young Eagles Event has been scheduled on August 24th, 10AM to 1PM at Cascade Aviation.
(See the Young Eagles Tab above for information about registering)
(See Events tab for link to our Facebook page for a few pictures of the June 29th event)
The August General Membership meeting will be a field trip to Arlington Airport for the Fencing Party in preparation for the Arlington Fly-in. Meet at Denny’s at I-5 and Hwy 530 at 7AM, August 10th, for Breakfast then on to the West side of the airport (ultralite park on the airport). Free Fly-in admission for those who volunteer.
Orcas Island (Eastsound) Fly-in Aug. 2-4
Arlington Fly-in Aug. 16-18
Bremerton Fly-in/ Car Show Aug. 31st
Hood River Fly-in Sept 7-8
SKAGIT EAA CHAPTER 818 REGULAR MEETINGS:
- 10am – Second Saturday mornings of every month in the “Port of Skagit Hearing Room.” here at the airport.
- 11am – Program
- 9:00am Board Meetings are held before the General Meeting – bring your own breakfast. Currently in the Port of Skagit Hearing Room and are open to all.
- See our calendar here for events of interest: http://skagiteaa.org/calendar/
UPDATES: If you have news or events to add here please contact: Bill or Brad (see contact tab for address)
WHAT WE ARE ALL ABOUT:
Our group of aviation enthusiasts, made up of pilots, mechanics, CFI’s,
retired veterans, and interested persons meets once a month at the Skagit Regional Airport to
discuss mutual interests, share current aircraft projects, safety information, and to become enlightened
by a featured speaker with an adventure to share.
We also host “Spot Landing” contests, barbecues, and participate in other local fly-ins, such
as in Anacortes, Arlington, and at Mears Air-Field located in Concrete. Our Chapter
participates at the Arlington Air Show by sponsoring the “Fly-Mart” booth
during the course of this event. Owning an aircraft is not a prerequisite; just
an interest in aviation is all that is required, and hopefully, a desire to become
involved with a great Chapter.
One of our most anticipated events is flying children & teens from the ages
of 8-17 years of age, free, through our Young Eagles Program, sponsored
through the EAA Organization in Oshkosh, WI. Pilots volunteer their time and
the expense of aircraft fuel to ensure that any child can experience the thrill of
This event requires just as many “ground-crew” volunteers as pilots. On the
average, we fly 60 children every year in the late summer time during this one
We work closely with the the Skagit Airport Support Association (SASA), the Heritage
Flight Museum, the Port of Skagit and other area aviation related outfits – to help
build a healthy, vibrant, innovative, and safe community of aviators.