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Offline Randy Dreyer  
#1 Posted : Friday, February 1, 2019 10:00:05 PM(UTC)
Randy Dreyer

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Hello South West IMAC family!!!
Happy New Year to all! I hope this year brings health, happiness and perfect 10s! Jacques held a conference call for our upcoming Hemet IMAC contest the other night and told me to “stir up some business”, so here it goes!

The Hemet Model Masters are proud to host the upcoming Hemet IMAC Contest, April 6-7, 2019. There will be early sign ups and open practice for IMAC members Friday, April 5. Please feel free to show up early to the field with your RV and trailers. No hooks-ups but great views and hopefully everything should still be green from these much needed rainstorms we are currently having in Southern California. Sign-up fees will be $50.00 for current IMAC Members, $70.00 for non-members and FREE for first time basic pilots. The HMM club will be providing lunch both days for a nominal fee so please support their efforts!

As of now, there is no scored freestyle but as always, we love to see those hot shot 3D pilots (planes and Heli’s) show their stuff, so please pass the word! As always, the annual Hemet Foamy Fiasco will be in full swing after all sequences are completed Saturday afternoon. Bring your favorite foamy and let off some steam with your buddies for a good laugh and good times! No precision flying and no unknowns will be handed out to anyone participating in the Foamy Fiasco.

Also, there have been rumors of a special fly-by that is sure to get everyone’s attention.

Lastly are a few housekeeping notes that must be addressed.

1.) All pilots must have a spotter at all times. They’re responsible to constantly look out for full scale aircraft flying to and from Hemet Ryan Airfield. No exceptions. If a full scale plane fly’s through our airspace you must break your sequence and dive to the deck. You must loiter on the deck till the all clear is given.
2.) Pilot meeting is at 7:30 AM sharp and we’re shooting for an 8:00 AM wheels up.
3.) Please note, Hemet has a no-flying policy before 8:00 AM and curfew of 5:00 PM. Early engine warm-ups are not an issue and highly advised.
4.) Pilot and panel are required.
5.) FAA Small UAS Certificate of Registration number suggested.

Well, that’s it in a nutshell. I hope to see you all there bright and early! Please spread the word and sign up as soon as you can so we can get a jump on the judging matrix.

Happy flying and cheers to all!

Randy Dreyer

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Offline Randy Dreyer  
#2 Posted : Thursday, March 21, 2019 6:48:36 PM(UTC)
Randy Dreyer

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Hello Southwest IMAC Family!

Thank you to all that have signed up, it's greatly appreciated!!! It's getting near that time and I'm excited to see all that have signed up so far. Hopefully the list continues to grow.

I'm really looking forward to see the carnage in Advanced and Intermediate, it's gonna be a fun battle to watch!

We sure could use some more Unlimited pilots to push the season veterans! I'm gonna pull up the rear and and close the door for sure!!!!

Don't forget to bring your Foamy for some good laughs and fun with your friends!

See you all out there Friday for open practice and early registration!

Best regards,

Randy
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