Need your help in scraping dead grass off the runway

If you have been to our field lately you should have observed the effect of using grass and weed killer on and around the runway and in the pit area to control the weeds and grass coming through the paving. The grass and weeds have been killed and we are in the process of scrapping the paving to remove the vegetation. This is an important step prior to sealing the runway to insure the sealant penetrates into the surface cracks. As you are aware the sealing work party is planned for July 23rd.

We are scraping the dead grass and weeds where they penetrate the paving and also trying to remove as much of the over growth along the edges of the runway as possible with straight edged shovels. This is a tough job and your help would be welcomed. If you are at the field any time between now and this Friday and would like to help the shovels are on the tables and you are welcome to contribute some “sweat equity”. If anyone visiting the field could spend 15 to 30 minutes doing some scraping I believe in just a few days the area will be cleared. We did some this morning and you can see where it was done and the remaining areas needing attention. There is no reason to try to pick up the waste grass and weeds as we will simply use the mowers and blower to clean up. Thanks in advance for any help you would like to contribute…Benny

Runway sealing work party – Saturday July 23rd

Special message from Benny….
Saturday July 23rd is the date of our normal monthly meeting but we have decided to put together a work party to seal the runway. Our plan is to start at day break and then how long it will take to complete the asphalt sealing will obviously be directly related to how many volunteers we have show up. As in the past the pay is not real good but the club will provide all of the water you can drink! 
 
There are currently no special plans or needs for the July monthly meeting so we can simply play it by ear that day if we actually have a meeting or not.
 
If you can be there it would be appreciated if you could let us know so we know how many to plan on. If you have any questions let us know…Thanks in advance for your help….Benny

Offering respects to Tim Haskins

This Sunday morning, June 26, at 9:00 AM, we will offer our respects to one of our own, Tim Haskins. In honor of his significant contributions to our club, and to fulfill his wishes, we will scatter his ashes over the field using Steve Leslie’s airplane. Hope you can attend. Join me in prayer for his family. We will miss him.

May Monthly Membership Meeting

Our May Monthly Meeting will be Saturday, May 28. Meeting 9:00 am. Breakfast starting at 8:00 am. Come eat, meet and fly.

Address:  2444 CR 180, Alvin, Texas 77511

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Alvin R/C Model Airplane Association Field

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Alvin R/C Model Airplane Association Field 29.414629, -95.291419 Alvin R/C Model Airplane Association Field2444 County Road 180, Alvin, TX 77511, USA (Directions)

Spring Fun fly – May 14th

The Livingston ARF Flying Club has a Fly-In this weekend the 14th.  The weathercast for Livingston Saturday is partly cloudy and 2 mph wind – the field is in good shape and we should be a good flying day,  Open to everyone and all types of aircraft – just bring it and fly it!   Hamburgers and the trimmings plus desert available.  Hope to see you-all Saturday! George Moran

Spring Fun Fly

Flying R/C Airplanes and Helicopters