Long Time Member Parts Hobby

We recently received notification from Peter Baylinson’s family that, due to advancing age and ill health, he’s been forced to leave the hobby. Pete is a long-time MAAW member (his AMA number is 2367) who has been a strong supporter the club over the years, along with being a prolific modeler and craftsman.
We have arranged with the family to have a day during which any interested parties can visit his residence, review his collection, and take (after a donation) to a good home any items from his collection of models, accessories, tools and miscellany.
The day scheduled is SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH, AT 2 PM. The address is 80 STUYVESANT AVE., LARCHMONT. Attached are a number of photos of some of the main items, which include 7 aircraft, transmitters, chargers, a large drill press, an excellent metal lathe, table saw, and belt sander.
Mark your calendars-  many good, usable items will be available. Hope to see many of you there.
Fred
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Another Batch Of Estate Items

Over the weekend a number of items from another RC modeler (recently deceased) out of Cortlandt Manor have been made available to us, in return for donations to help the family. Two un-built ARF’s, a Super-Tigre engine, a high-torque Sullivan starter, and an older 72mHZ Futaba TX/RX (all items NIB) are among the items available. They will be presented at the September meeting for those individuals interested.

August 28th, 2016|

Flying In The Heat- Be Careful!

Dog Days of Summer have arrived, and with it temps to roast & toast. If you decide to fly during the peak heat hours between noon and 4 or 5 PM, make sure you take the necessary precautions. You know them well: 1) Wear loose-fitting clothing; 2) Wear a hat- ideally one that covers all of your head and neck; 3) Put on sunscreen (at least 50 SPF, and preferably, a broad-spectrum combo); 4) Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. This means with water, not fluids that are diuretics (soda, tea, etc.). Take frequent breaks in the shade, and make sure your equipment is not left out on the tables to bake in the sun (in particular, transmitters). Heat Prostration/Stroke can sneak up on you FAST without your noticing it.

July 25th, 2016|

 

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