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Katahdin Wings JULY Business Meeting
Wednesday, July 8, 6-8pm. Lewiston/Auburn Airport (NOTE 2nd Wednesday)

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Saturday May 30
NEW ENGLAND SEAPLANE EXPO
9:00am-12:00pm At Brandy Pond SPB, 58 Seaplane Cove, Naples, ME. Topic: Review of proper techniques during various phases of seaplane operations: turning, docking, ramping, and sailing. Barbecue lunch hosted by Katahdin Wings

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THE NINETY-NINES

MUSEUM OF WOMEN PILOTS

NEW ENGLAND SECTION 99S

AOPA

NAPLES SEAPLANE SERVICE

NAPLES SEAPLANE CHARTER

WESTERN MAINE AVIATION

MAINE AERONAUTICS ASSOC.

TWIN CITIES AVIATION

MAINE INSTRUMENT FLIGHT

AIR RACE CLASSIC

WIPAIRE, INC. (FLOATS)

MAINE AVIATION CORP.

SCRUFFYY PRODUCTIONS

ALASKA AIRMEN'S ASSOCIATION

PILOT WORKSHOPS

EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT ASSOC.

MAINE AERONAUTICS

OWL'S HEAD TRANSP. MUSEUM

FLY-IN CALENDAR

MAINE AVIATION HISTORICAL SOCIETY

FLY-INS CALENDAR

GREENVILLE SEAPLANE FLY-IN

EMERSON AVIATION

FAA SAFETY PROGRAM

ACONE

AVIATION LEARNING CENTER

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The Ninety-Nines are in the running once again for the 2015 Lightspeed Aviation Foundation $10,000 grant competition. Click HERE to vote!
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Katahdin Wings Chapter of the 99s

Another N.E. Section Poker Run is in the books - THANK YOU to everyone involved:

to the airport stops: Sanford Seacoast Reg. and FBO Southern Maine Aviation and their Pancake Breakfast; Concord Municipal and FBO Concord Aviation; Eastern Slopes Reg. Airport; Laconia Municipal and FBO Sky Bright, and terminus Brunswick Exec. and FBO Flight Level. Thank you to the 99s volunteers the acquired prize donations, staffed the stops and set up/cleaned up at the terminus; to Maine Aeronautics Assoc. for donating a beautiful picnic lunch, and Marty at MRRA for providing tables & chairs. Thank you to all the poker players purchasing hands and flying the course and to all the businesses' generous prize donations.

Until next year - Happy Flying Everyone!
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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!

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.



Women Interested in Aviation Day



Another successful Women Interested In Aviation event took place on March 7, 2015 at the Sanford Seacoast Reg. Airport. Area Girl Scout troops participated. Here's what their leader had to say: "A huge thank you to Mary at the Women in Aviation Day in Sanford yesterday! She was part pilot, part therapist and got my very nervous daughter up in the air (along with her mom and the GS troop mascot). Not sure my daughter will end up a pilot, but she learned a huge lesson about standing up to things that scare you. She loved it and has talked about little else since. It was a great event- thank you to all who worked so hard to put it on. My Girl Scout troop has decided it's one of their most favorite outings ever." Read more...


 
 


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.
 

For More Information

Chapter Chair: Lori Plourd (piperpilot2003@yahoo.com) and
Vice Chair: Marcia Wescott (marciawescott@gmail.com)
Membership: Amanda Goldman (amandajgoldman@gmail.com)


 
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