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The virtual hangout for Ute R/C members when we're not flying.
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Newsletter January 2017

Here is the link to the January 2017 Newsletter.

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Remote Possibilities Pres. Day Fly-In

UteRC Freeze Fly

Hi all,

Freeze Fly photos have been posted on the website. Here is the link:

2016-12-31 UteRC Freeze Fly Open House

Hope you enjoy them.

Ed Stimpson
UteRC mailing list

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Freeze Fly - Tomorrow Morning

Please join us for the annual Ute RC Freeze Fly tomorrow morning at the new
modelport! It looks to be a brisk but calm day. I hope to see you all

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Freeze Fly - Raffle Details

Please join us for the annual Ute RC Freeze Fly!

Saturday, December 31st 2016, 10am

Salt Lake City Modelport
7595 W 1300 S (California Ave)
Salt Lake City, UT 84104

We will be raffling a 45" Wingspan RX-R Flyzone Select Scale A6M2 Zero.
It has Flaps, Retracts, Bomb Drop, and only requires your receiver, flight
battery, and transmitter.
Tickets will be $5 each, or 5 for $20

Complimentary Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Donuts, Sweet Rolls, and Chili Dogs
will be provided.

Come on out and fly with us, everyone is invited!

Christmas Party Photos have been posted on the website

Hi all,

Christmas Party photos have been posted on the website. Here is the link:

2016-12-15 UteRC Christmas Party

Hope you enjoy them.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year everyone.

Ed Stimpson
UteRC mailing list

Indoor Flying Site Available Tomorrow, 12/17

Hi All

The Utah State Aeromodelers invite all those interested to the
Southside Church of Christ on the Northeast corner of 70th South and
32nd West for indoor flying tomorrow, Saturday, 12/17, from 9:30 am
until Noon.

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December 2016 Newsletter

Here is the link to the December Newsletter.

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Reminder - No Club Meeting Tomorrow night

Our next official Ute RC Club activity is the Christmas Dinner Party on the
More details here:

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Walt Staff...

Some old timers in the hobby of miniature aircraft building and flying may
remember Walt Staff. Walt was one of my instructors for the hobby in the
late 60s. The following may be interesting to most what with the 75th
anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. As I understand the history,
Walt was one of two of the last to be recovered from the bowels of the USS
Oklahoma on this day.
Walt died in April 1995 and is interred at the Camp Williams Military

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