I am sad to say that our flying club has decided not to publish a “Hot Flying Models” calendar for the year 2010 due to lack of product support.
I may decide to pick this project back up again as a personal endeavor, if further interest in its production is shown.
If interested in investing or have a comment about the calendars future, drop me a line at:
Photographer/Art Director – Hot Flying Models (c 2008, 2009)
2009 Keystone West Dawn Patrol
This is an AMA sanctioned event.
For details and updates check www.butlerrcflying.com or contact Jack Neely at email@example.com
Want Calendar – No Credit Card or Paypal Account
If you don’t have a Paypal or credit card, you can still purchase a calendar using Papal and your debit card. There is no need to sign up with Paypal to use the service for sending payment.
If you still do not want to use a bank card or Paypal, you can send a *check or money order by mail to:
C/O: BARFS Calendar
1301 Burchfield Road
Allison Park, PA 15101
Please include your shipping address and $14.95 for each item plus $3.00 shipping fee.
Make checks payable to: Butler Area Radio flying Society
*Payment with personal check?- please allow check to clear our bank before shipment.
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Official- 2008 HOT FLYING MODEL ANNOUNCED
THE RESULTS ARE IN…
Congratulations to Miss February “Aimee Buchewicz”
A big thank you, goes out to all the girls that participated.
Aimee will be featured in the centerfold of the 2009 calendar edition and is crowned our official “2008 HOT FLYING MODEL”
Behind the Scenes Videos (Hot!)
FYI: You can now see video of 3 of our “Hot Flying Models” shooting in the studio for the 2009 calendar production!
Aimee Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SA2PAw_ehbA
Mallery Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTCI2dcchrw
LoLa Lynn Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsKhGV0vZoA
OHIO DAWN PATROL 08
The first Ohio Dawn Patrol was held the weekend of July 19 & 20 2008 at the Cincinnati Aero Modelers field near Harrison Ohio.
Dawn Patrol is the name being given to a gathering of WW I enthusiasts and their WW I RC aircraft. There is no size limitations or building rules. The aircraft seen at the Ohio event ranged from a small electric SE 5a, a Hanger 9 Sopwith Camel a Great Planes DR 1 (triplane) ARFs and various 1/4 and I/3 scale sized aircraft.