Getting back into flying? Great! With the government restrictions soon to be lifted in Melbourne, we at CFC want to make sure you are safe to get back into the air after your brief break from flying. There are a few things we want to check before jumping straight in:
The clubroom is our home away from home and we should all treat it like we would treat our own home.
Unfortunately, this has not been happening, with reports of the door being left open, the fridge door left open and the airconditioning being turned on to full and then left on.This can’t continue.
We have valuables on the premises and leaving the fridge door open and A/C on runs up expensive electricity bills for the club.
As a result, the door code to the clubroom has been changed.
The clubroom is an essential benefit that we provide for members and their guests and as a result, the door code will only be provided to current financial members of the club.
If you are a current financial member of the club, you should have received an email with the new door code. Please let us know if you have not received the email.
If you are not a current financial member, you can easily rejoin by completing a membership form, which can be downloaded from our website (www.ycem.com.au/membership/) and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org,and providing payment by bank transfer, credit card or cash payment to a committee member.
The presentation will be held on 24 November 2019, at the CFC clubroom. The presentation will run from 11am to 12pm
and Chantelle from OzRunways will conduct a Presentation on OzRunways
for Club Members who use the program as their EFB and would like to
understand more, receive some face to face training and ask questions
specific to you etc.
Please RSVP and bring your iPad on the day for the presentation and your questions.
Any urgent matters should be directed directly to the OzRunways team for assistance via their website and online chat.
On behalf of the committee, myself and all the club members, I would like to thank all of those who helped improve our clubrooms in the lead-up to, on, and after the working bee. Our clubrooms are now much improved and better than ever. Some of the improvements include:
Painting and tidying of the toilets
Installation of airband radio speakers
Staining of the deck
Installation of a flyscreen door and window flyscreens
Installation of a television antenna
Installation of a wireless router for use with the printer
Cleaning and tidying everything – the fridge, the rooms, the toilets and surrounds
Mike Welsh’s cousin Peter runs an asparagus farm 18 kilometres north of Wentworth Western NSW.
Mike suggested the idea to club members for a flyaway in the second week of July this year and quite a few members were interested in the trip and the accommodation, but because of bad weather the trip was cancelled and new arrangements were made to go away on the second weekend in October.