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Old Jan 21, 2007, 01:11 AM
GordySoar@aol.com
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"Want To Know How to Build a Great Soaring Club? Ask Rick Eckels,Orlando"

I've flown with a lot of clubs around the country, but I guess if I were to
give an award for the club who knows how to make things happen and keep up
the momentum, its the Orlando Buzzards.

While there are a bunch of leaders in the club, I think a lot of the blame
goes to Rick Eckels for his tutoring, and the club's orientation toward
contests.

A short while back they opened the bottle on MOM for club contests and
everyone found out how exciting it could be.

A lot of pilots are moving up the skill levels fast, they have good
equipment and really enjoy learning everything they can.

And all in a fun/friendly atmosphere.

If you get a chance to visit the area, make a point of bringing a sailplane
and contact Rick or any of the amazing pilots who make up the club.

JW did :-)

Gordy

Old Jan 22, 2007, 07:11 PM
Raed Elazzawi
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Re: "Want To Know How to Build a Great Soaring Club? Ask Rick Eckels,Orlando"

Thanks Gordy for the free promotion :-)
This makes me proud to be an Orlando Buzzard.
I would like to thank you, Joe Wurts, and anybody that comes to just
fun fly or to compete in any of our contests, it is always a
pleasure.
Raed
www.orlandobuzzards.org

--- In soaring@yahoogroups.com, GordySoar@... wrote:
>
> I've flown with a lot of clubs around the country, but I guess if

I were to
> give an award for the club who knows how to make things happen and

keep up
> the momentum, its the Orlando Buzzards.
>
> While there are a bunch of leaders in the club, I think a lot of

the blame
> goes to Rick Eckels for his tutoring, and the club's orientation

toward
> contests.
>
> A short while back they opened the bottle on MOM for club contests

and
> everyone found out how exciting it could be.
>
> A lot of pilots are moving up the skill levels fast, they have

good
> equipment and really enjoy learning everything they can.
>
> And all in a fun/friendly atmosphere.
>
> If you get a chance to visit the area, make a point of bringing a

sailplane
> and contact Rick or any of the amazing pilots who make up the club.
>
> JW did :-)
>
> Gordy
>



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