Borden Flying Club Newsletter

March Newsletter

Message from the President

Winter OpsWell March is upon us, and hopefully Spring and all the good flying that it brings is right around the corner. The club has launched its new homepage, with a number of new features to keep members and perspective members informed about what is going on at the club. It has some interactive components to it as well, so that members can share photos from some of their flying adventures with the entire club. I will let Steve Haire explain all of the details about the new site as he was generous enough with his time and expertise to have created it for all of us.

If you have not already done so, take a look at the new site

Chris Thompson


February Newsletter

Message from the President

They say that it is amazing how time flies! Well, I cannot believe that we are already celebrating the 1st anniversary with PDW. She is just back fresh from her 1st annual with the club, which cleared up outstanding legacy issues. The goal has always been to bring PDW up to the high standards that we set for CMQ. We are well on our way to achieving that goal.

This winter has been brutally harsh when it comes to good flying days, but as I look out the window at another sunny day, the 3rd in a row, I am re-assured that this winter cannot last forever and that great flying days are soon to be ahead.

A reminder that the nomination form will be live in March for those interested in running for the Board of Directors. I encourage all members to consider running for the Board, and actively help assist in the future governance and support of the Club.

January's Newsletter

Message from the President

Happy New Year to All!

I want to wish all of the members of the Borden Flying Club and their families a Happy New Year! I’m looking forward to a great year of flying and getting together with all of you at the various events we have planned for 2014.

While the weather has been a bit of a killjoy these first couple of weeks of the New Year, I encourage you to get out and fly in the winter. The views from the cockpit just seem to go on forever on a clear bright winters day in the air, and for those of us with a night rating, it allows us the opportunity to fly before 10 p.m.

On the administrative side of the club, I would like to remind members that nominations for the 2014/15 Board of Directors will be up on the website in March. All members are welcome to nominate a fellow member or themselves to stand for elections at the April AGM. The Borden Flying Club is a non-profit organization run by dedicated volunteers, and is comprised of your fellow members. Our membership, and thus the Board of Directors, comprises members from all walks of life, with immense knowledge and expertise. It has been the dedication of past and present board members who have made this such a wonderful club to belong to. Your active contribution by taking a turn on the Board is essential to the club so that it will continue to be strong well into the future.

Happy Flying!