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Q: When I was at AirVenture last week, I noticed a lot of planes from the 1940s. One that I saw a lot was the Aeronca Champ. My mother learned to fly in a 1946 Aeronca Champ and I would love to have one of my own, but I don’t know anything about them – how can I educate myself before making a purchase like this? All I’ve stolen are “spam boxes” and I know nothing about vintage designs.

A: You’re in luck, vintage aircraft like the Aeronca Champ have very knowledgeable groups known as “Type Clubs” who can provide a wealth of information. At AirVenture, they occupy the hangar at the entrance to Vintage Aircraft Parking. Each club takes a table (or two) and volunteers are there to answer questions about the grounds they represent.

Outside of AirVenture, you’ll find many of these clubs online: search for aircraft type clubs and find the design you’re looking for. They often have very knowledgeable people who can answer questions about what to look for in (insert desired aircraft name here), maintenance challenges, where to get spare parts, how to service the aircraft, who can provide transition training, insurance issues, who provides tail wheel training (if any) in this design, the specifics of aircraft handling, who is selling one, who is buying one one, etc. Good luck !

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]]> Falkirk Golf Club improves accessibility with £40,000 grant Wed, 03 Aug 2022 10:45:00 +0000

Last month, Falkirk Golf Club, in conjunction with members of Scottish Disability Golfers, held its first event for golfers who have additional support needs.

Falkirk Council’s major Community Choices award was presented to the club earlier this year and the event marked the completion of work outside the clubhouse and on the course.

Celebrating its centenary this year, the Camelon-based club has applied to the fund to improve accessibility for people with reduced mobility.

Falkirk Golf Club is now safer and more accessible than ever

Anyone using the site – before the work was carried out – faced steep deteriorating steps, uneven surfaces and access via an emergency exit from the changing room.

Now a new ramp has been installed in front of the clubhouse, allowing direct access and there are also improvements to the paths on the course allowing buggy users to experience safer playing conditions.

Club captain Nicky Barr said: “The funding means people with reduced mobility and wheelchair users can now more easily access the club and navigate the course using the new working paths. It was so important for the future of the club and allowed us to host this event recently.

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“The previous arrangement meant that some people who attended family events such as funerals or wedding receptions had great difficulty gaining access to the club – it really meant that some felt left out.

“The Community Choices award has allowed us to make our club much more accessible, to ensure that more people can participate in the sport and ultimately to make us a much more inclusive club that can offer a lot to our local community during another 100 years.”

Falkirk Council Leader Cecil Meiklejohn said: “To date, Community Choices has paid around £2million to over 100 local organizations since its launch in 2021. The

the funding provided to the Falkirk Golf Club has enabled more people to access its facilities and it can continue to support the local community.

The next phase of Community Choices is set to open for applications on October 17.

Visit the website for more information.

Love Island winner Ekin-Su looks unrecognizable in her old club job as she poses with Mark Wright Wed, 03 Aug 2022 10:18:19 +0000

SHE has just won Love Island with the handsome Italian David on her arm.

But Ekin-Su, 27, looked very different during her university years when she worked as a shooter while living in Preston.


Ekin-Su Culculoglu (pictured right) poses alongside Mark Wright at Ships and Giggles, where she worked with a shooterCredit: MEN Media
Ekin looks very different these days


Ekin looks very different these days1 credit

A new snap shows her posing with former Towie star Mark Wright at a venue called Ships and Giggles, where she has been helping out with celebrity appearances.

Meanwhile, Ekin-Su went by the name Susie Hayzel as she studied for her BA (Hons) in Theater before graduating in 2015.

Her former boss – Andy MacDonald – has opened up about her days working at the club, admitting he was very confused when she first appeared on screen.

He said LancsLive“I’m not a Love Island fan at all but I keep getting these messages and phone calls about this Ekin-Su guy. They say Ekin-Su used to work for you and I say, I never had anyone called Ekin-Su work for me, ever.

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“After a while I thought, what’s going on? I looked on Facebook and I was like ‘for God’s sake, it’s Susie Hayzel! Her name isn’t Ekin-Su is Susie b****y Hayzel.

“I realized she was doing really, really well and I’m really proud of her,” Andy added.

Ekin worked as a shooter at Ships and Giggles between 2014 and 2015.

Andy continued: “She was brilliant when she worked for me. She was really down to earth, she said whatever she thought.”

He also recalled his appearance on a low-budget reality TV show called Lancashore.

In an effort to resemble Geordie Shore, the “series” followed the lives of a handful of male and female college students.

She then landed the role of Isil in Turkish soap opera Kuzey Yıldızı İlk Aşk in 2020 – before landing a coveted spot on Love Island.

She appeared on a low-budget reality TV show while a student


She appeared on a low-budget reality TV show while a student
On Monday night, she was crowned the winner of Love Island


On Monday night, she was crowned the winner of Love Island1 credit
what your club expects this season Wed, 03 Aug 2022 07:36:00 +0000

What would constitute success this season?

Success for Leeds would be to cement themselves in the division, a clear six to 10 points above the relegation zone consistently.

Who is the unknown or little-known player at your club who could have a big impact this season?

Difficult as many of the new signings are little known, but I’ll go with Crysencio Summerville – a very exciting Dutch winger who could start to see game time this year.

What game are you most looking forward to?

The biggest game of the season for Leeds will always be Manchester United at home.

Which game do you dread more than any other?

Manchester City away. They seemed to take the loss against us a few seasons ago personally, just to keep the score low this season would be an achievement.

Are you satisfied with the owners of your club?

Any cons should be weighed against the great job they have done to promote us. That said, the mistakes of the previous summer cost us Marcelo Bielsa and almost our Premier League status. I’d like to see them engage more with fans and avoid controversial decisions like associating with socios or post-season Myanmar tour. 6/10

What aspect of your club’s off-pitch operations concerns you the most?

Lack of fan engagement. A little humility and cooperation and I imagine the club would be able to offer the fans more of what they want and in doing so would benefit both parties much more. A lack of real engagement with the Supporters Advisory Group or the Leeds United Supporters Trust has led to unnecessary mistakes and missed opportunities.

Where do you see your club in 10 years?

The stated ambition of the board is to fight for the top six in that time frame. To do this, I think we would need to recruit more regularly and invest in expanding the stadium. It’s not impossible, but getting into the Premier League’s top six will require a lot more investment, as well as a healthy dose of luck. I see the club as at least a strong first half team over the next decade.


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Are you satisfied with the manager?

Truly, Brendan Rodgers clearly oversaw the most successful period in our history. It is therefore disappointing that a large number of fans are against him. I’m sure our next manager would be unable to replicate his accomplishments. 8/10

What would constitute success this season?

Optimism is thin on the pitch at the moment, given that we are yet to sign a single signing, despite Rodgers’ spring hopes for a ‘refresh’. Despite everything, aiming for Europe via our ranking in the league is within our power.

Who is the unknown or little-known player at your club who could have a big impact this season?

There are few things more heartening than a homegrown lad getting good, making Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall feel-good story last season, as Luke Thomas’ first game in front of the fans being the final of the FA Cup was the previous season.

What game are you most looking forward to?

A New Year’s trip to Liverpool seems an attractive end to the year.

Which game do you dread more than any other?

After the players let us down on the pitch and the fans let us down on the pitch at Nottingham in the FA Cup last season, there is a downside to a league return to the City Ground.

Apart from your own club, which other club do you most admire in the Premier League and why?

Liverpool. My wife is a season ticket holder so I can’t avoid their story. The atmosphere, the connection to the community and the way Jürgen Klopp makes the culture and history of the city his own is perfect for me.

Excluding your traditional rivals, which club do you hate the most in the Premier League and why?

Newcastle United. Shame on anyone comfortable with property links.

Are you satisfied with the owners of your club?

Khun Vichai is truly forever in our hearts, just like Khun Top who so nobly continued his father’s commitment. 10/10

What aspect of your club’s off-pitch operations concerns you the most?

There is not much to criticize about LCFC. A usual gripe would be the prohibitive price of the shirts, and a new gripe would be the move to digital-only tickets – an alienating move for some.

Where do you see your club in 10 years?

Our near-liquidation memoir 20 years ago reminds us of how far from disaster you are but a bad manager or owner. So if we can maintain our recent level over a decade, that will bring many days to hold.


Ted Morris, Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association

Are you satisfied with the manager?


What would constitute success this season?

A successful season would always be judged by winning at least one trophy.

Who is the unknown or little-known player at your club who could have a big impact this season?

I think Harvey Elliot will come into his own this season if he doesn’t get injured.

What game are you most looking forward to?

I always look forward to playing against Manchester United, they are our real rivals.

Which game do you dread more than any other?

To be honest, I don’t fear any game, it’s up to the opposition to fear us – Liverpool style.

Are you satisfied with the owners of your club?

The manager is happy with the owners of the club and that’s what matters. 8/10

What aspect of your club’s off-pitch operations concerns you the most?

The main concern has always been fan engagement. I believe they are in the process of addressing this so I don’t have any major concerns with the owners.

Where do you see your club in 10 years?

It’s hard to answer. Football will continue to evolve in the next decade but I have no reason to doubt that we will always be among the best in Europe.


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Are you satisfied with the manager?

I couldn’t be happier, to be honest. He is arguably the best coach in the world right now and has completely transformed our club. We are lucky to have him. 10/10

What would constitute success this season?

I think keeping our title, making it three in a row, would make for a successful season. Obviously, winning the Champions League has been a long-standing goal for the club, but cup competitions often require a certain degree of luck, while winning your domestic league over 38 games represents a greater achievement.

Who is the unknown or little-known player at your club who could have a big impact this season?

Much of the attention this summer has been on the arrival of Erling Haaland, but Julián Álvarez is an incredibly exciting prospect. At just £14million, he could be one of the bargains of the season.

What game are you most looking forward to?

Liverpool (h).

Los Altos Rotary Club’s Fine Art in the Park Features Paper Artist | Community Tue, 02 Aug 2022 23:46:00 +0000

Oregon artist Doug Roy, a self-proclaimed “paper sculptor,” plans to show off his intricate, stylized, and whimsical miniature art at the Rotary Club of Los Altos’ 47th Annual Fine Art in the Park Show, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on August 13 and 14 along University Avenue.

Roy is an award-winning artist whose work follows a centuries-old tradition of creating miniature art. At various times between the 10th and 16th centuries, miniature art was created by the Chinese, Persians, Indians, Ottomans, Byzantines and medieval Europeans, who illuminated sacred manuscripts.

Work nears completion on Cork club’s new off-road pitch Tue, 02 Aug 2022 06:01:00 +0000

Work is nearly complete on Fermoy Soccer Club’s new all-terrain pitch, with hopes it should open in time for the new season at the end of the month.

The development, which cost over €700,000, was necessary as the club has over 600 members all using the same two grass pitches.

Aidan O’Mahony, chairman of Fermoy Soccer Club, told The Echo that the club currently has over 20 competitive teams, as well as a boys’ academy and a girls’ academy, with a dramatic increase in female squads recently.

“We had to switch, facilities wise, to an all-weather pitch because we couldn’t continue with so many members using the same grass pitches,” O’Mahony said. “We have another facility that we put in seven years ago, but it’s a training ground, it’s not big enough to have matches, so what we’ll have now will be an approved playing ground. by FIFA.

The club, which received a sports capital grant of €150,000, has also raised funds separately for development.

“We were fortunate to receive a very, very generous donation from local businessman Tom Cavanagh, who has been one of our very generous sponsors over the years, and without this contribution we would not have just couldn’t move forward with this development,” Mr. O’Mahony said.

Support from the local community and local businesses has helped keep the club going, and selling signs around the pitch has been vital, he added.

“Charlie McCarthy of McCarthy Insurance Group has been our primary sponsor for over 20 years, and we simply wouldn’t be able to continue without Charlie,” Mr O’Mahony said.

All the major work is done, with floodlights in place, and all that’s left to do is tidy up, Mr O’Mahony said. The club therefore hopes to be able to send teams to the new all-season surface of Fermoy Soccer Club very soon.

Teen Tech Center recently opened at the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula Mon, 01 Aug 2022 23:42:04 +0000

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On Thursday, July 21, 2022, The Best Buy Foundation, in partnership with Meta, hosted a grand opening event to celebrate a new Teen Tech Center at the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula, which will provide safe after-school spaces where teenagers can gain hands-on experience with the latest technologies.

This partnership is funded by Meta’s Immersive Learning Initiative, a $150 million investment to help develop the next generation of creators, fund high-quality immersive experiences that transform the way we learn, and increase the access to learning through technology. During the grand opening, 90 students from the center were on hand to present their latest projects, creations and learnings.

At the center, Meta hardware and software will introduce students to an AR/VR career path by providing access to Quest 2 headsets. This augmented reality and virtual reality technology and hardware will help teens develop essential skills through hands-on activities and explore career paths in these spaces.

Five additional Meta-powered Teen Tech Centers will open through 2023 in partnership with the Meta Immersive Learning Initiative.

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