Float Fly Weekend - Bon Accord Dam
Mar
18
to Mar 19

Float Fly Weekend - Bon Accord Dam

The Float Flying weekend is booked for 19 March 2017 at Bon Accord Family Resort . The facilities are great, full restaurant, green grass,  big trees, braai areas, tuck shop,  accommodation, super tube for the kids,  pools, bar and live music.  Dirk will assist us with a recovery boat.  This invite is open to all clubs


 

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Special IRF Members Meeting
Feb
18
12:01pm12:01pm

Special IRF Members Meeting

Please take note of a Special Members Meeting on the 11th February 2017 at 12H00 to select a new chairman and safety officer for 2017.  

Deon Viljoen, acting chairman, has made himself available to serve as chairman and Rassie Venter as safety officer. Please forward any other nominations for these positions to ireneradioflyers@gmail.com before the meeting.

 

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Fun Fly and Potjiekos at IRF - Cancelled due to possible inclement weather
Feb
18
9:00am 9:00am

Fun Fly and Potjiekos at IRF - Cancelled due to possible inclement weather

Come and join us for a casual day of  fun-flying at the club on 18 February 2016 from early the morning until late the afternoon.  In stead of the usual braai, we will have a potjiekos-day.  So if you are of the opinion that you can stir up a potjie, come and impress us with your cooking skills.  The club will provide the ingredients and the members will team up in teams and compete on different level.  

The Potjiekos Rules are as follows:.

Teams can enter as:

  • 2 Man team – 1 x  #3 pot
  • 4 Man team – 2 x  #3 Pots or 1 x #8 Pot
  • Your wife/partner can be part of your team. 
  • IRF will subsidise the ingredients but the budget for potjie must be submitted with registration. 
  • A maximum of R250 per potjie will be allowed.
  • The potjie must include meat and vegetables (no side dishes)
  • Rice will be provided by IRF.
  • 3 Hours will be allowed for cooking and preparation.
  • Potjies will be judged by the committee.
  • Potjie and the teams will be judged according to taste, ingenuity, best presentation and best team name.

Members must please RSVP to either Hannes or Petrie via email or Telegram before the 10 February 2017. 

 

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Large Scale Aerobatics Gauteng Regional
Feb
12
8:00am 8:00am

Large Scale Aerobatics Gauteng Regional

The Next Gauteng event will be held at Barnstormers on the 12th of February.

The IMAC 2016 Sequences known will be flown and additionally there will be optional unknown sequences and Freestyle available for all competitors.

Please RSVP and if you would like to fly a freestyle sequence let us know.
(All competitors that wish to fly freestyle must submit their music before Wednesday the 8th of February) 

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Large Scale Aerobatics Clinic
Jan
28
8:00am 8:00am

Large Scale Aerobatics Clinic

The LSA of SA will once again present a large scale aerobatics clinic at IRF to introduce LSA to pilots who are interested.  

Hi everyone, please remember the LSA workshop this coming Saturday. 

We have arranged catering for this weekend to make sure you don't get hungry. There will be breakfast and coffee, as well as lunch for sale on the day. 

Braai facilities are also still available.

Here is the planned schedule for the day.

08:00 - 08:10 introduction and greetings
08:10 - 08:30 basic reading of aresti
08:25 - 08:40 sequence walk though
08:40 - 09:10 Basic Judging rules
09:10 - 09:30 Tips for beginners
09:30 - 09:50 LSA changes 2017
09:50 - 10:00 Basic and Sportsman Demo
09:50 - 11:50 open general flying with coaching and judging
11:50 - 12:10 unlimited demos
12:10 - onward: open general flying with coaching and judging

We hope to see you all there!

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Missing Man Formaton Flight in honour of Sahaun Davey
Dec
11
3:00pm 3:00pm

Missing Man Formaton Flight in honour of Sahaun Davey

Shaun Davey was given the gift of life, and recently had to give it back. This is hard. But Shaun was a happy man who led a happy life and for this we as his freinds are grateful. Shaun first got ill in February 2016. When the cancer was diagnosed, it was terminal, but Shaun decided to be joyful about having had a full life, rather than sad about having to die. Amazingly, how his outlook worked for us.

In spite of his illness, Shaun from time to time visited the club, still enjoyed a flight or two, but most important, still wanted to mingle with his friends. Shaun will be remebered for his dedication and love for the hobby. He spent most of his time helping others than actually flying himself.

Shaun is at peace now. And we will miss our friend at the club. To Desiree and the family, be assured of our most sincere condolences and prayers.

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