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Yes, operating a soaring club does take some work. Our club members come together once in a while to work on projects like improving our club house and maintaining our aircraft.

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Putting the stabilizer together as part of reassembling a Blanik. No, it doesn't take 6 people... three are "supervising".
New steps New steps BBQ
Lynn Ericksen preparing the wood for the new steps for our deck. The new steps are taking shape. No workday would be complete without a BBQ. Here members are relaxing and filling their stomachs.
New gravel New gravel Happy members
A truckload of new gravel had been ordered to fill in any holes in the ground around the clubhouse. Members working with distributing the gravel. Happy members after the work was completed.
Rock Party 12-14-2002 Watering flowers Larry Tuohino's beautification project
Relaxing and socializing are important parts of our work days. Club members watering the flowers outside our club house hoping for more colors. Part of Larry Tuohino's beautification project was to plant new landscape.