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Katahdin Wings Holiday Dinner
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 6-8pm at Falmouth Foreside Tavern, 270 Rt 1, Falmouth, ME

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The Katahdin Wings Chapter are selling raffle tickets for a Go-Pro camera and Wing-It mount as a fundraiser for the 2018 Air Race Classic. Tickets are $10 for one chance or $25 for three chances.

Contact Lori Plourd to purchase tickets or for more details.

The Katahdin Wings Chapter of the 99s meets monthly at various locations in Southern Maine. Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month from 6 to 8pm, plus occasional fly-to Saturday meetings.

Established in 1929 by 99 women pilots, the members of The Ninety-Nines, Inc., International Organization of Women Pilots, are represented in all areas of aviation today - and, to quote Amelia, fly “for the fun of it!”

Join today! Click here for The Ninety-Nines membership application. Print, complete, mail! Or complete the application online here: The Ninety-Nines online application

The Katahdin Wings are the Maine/New Hampshire chapter of The 99s. It is also one of three chapters that make up the New England Section, which includes the Eastern New England Chapter and the Connecticut Chapter. The 99s are about flying and friendship, with a focus on education. It is a great support group for a unique portion of the pilot population where a special camaraderie exists. There is a special energy with other women who are all inspired by the love of flying. It also celebrates the history of women's involvement in aviation. The Section Governors publish newsletters to report on chapter and section activities. Click here to see past newletters

The chapter provides various educational missions to be involved in: service projects like presenting aviation classes and outreach to students from elementary through high school and presenting and hosting aviation safety seminars; painting compass roses or airmaking at airports, and fun flying events like flying treasure hunts and poker runs. Some of these events are a source of fundraising that go toward scholarships that range from providing financial aid to students interested in the local summer Ace Camps, to donations to the organization's Amelia Earhart Memorial Scholarship among others.

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2015 Treasure Hunt Success!

Thank You Treasure Hunters for contributing to another successful fundraiser. Your participation ensures the Katahdin Wing 99s continue their mission to promote aviation education by continuing to support Maine & N.H. Ace Camps. Thank you to all the companies that donated prizes and many thanks to Southern Maine Aviation at Sanford Seacoast Reg. Airport, Sanford, Me., for sponsoring the Treasure Hunt Barbecue Luncheon.
Contact Lori Plourd for more info or to be placed on our event mailing list.

99s Place 2nd in the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation Pilot's Choice Award

The 99s will receive an $8000 Grant from the Lightspeed Foundation. This year's grant will be used to continue to expand our outreach activities at aviation events and market an award of the 4th Annual Karen Johnson Solo Scholarship in 2016. Click HERE to see a new one minute video produced by Lightspeed Aviation describing who we are and what we do.


Mission Statement:
The Ninety-Nines is the international organization of women pilots that promotes advancement of aviation through education, scholarships, and mutual support while honoring our unique history and sharing our passion for flight.

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Chapter Chair: Lori Plourd ( and
Vice Chair: Marcia Wescott (
Membership: Amanda Goldman (

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