Second Silent Knights Soaring Society Scale Electric Aero Tow Registration, August 22-24, 2008

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Welcome to our Electric Aero Tow Registration. We recommend pre-registration by adding a comment to this message to avoid frequency conflicts and to track how many are attending.

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After you’ve registered, please send your tow fee ($15 for one day, $20 for two days, Friday is free) to:

Robert McCoy
1103 Barley Mill Rd
Wilmington, DE 19807

Be sure to put “SKSS Aero Tow” on the check.

Where: Newark, Delaware – SKSS Big Pond Field
When: August 22-24, 2008
Check in: 9:00 am

Directions can be found here.

The Kidz Kicking Cancer will be the food vendor with all moneys going to the Helen Graham Cancer Center.

LATE BREAKING NEWS – Cooked crabs will be delivered to the field on Saturday around 4pm!!!! Check the thread on RCGroups.

Awards – Pilots choice, Altitude, Farthest traveled

The SKSS proudly presents our 2nd Scale Aero Tow. This follows up our hugely successful event last year. We’ll have electric tugs that have demonstrated their ability to tow 15+lb sailplanes. If you don’t have a scale sailplane, bring any sailplane with a tow release. A winch will be available during non-tow periods. We have a large, mowed field, for gentle take-offs and landings.

There are several hotels in the Newark area if you’re staying over the weekend. Hotel #1 is the closest to the field. All are within a few minutes drive.

If you want to bring the family, there are several local attractions:

What to do in Delaware
Longwood Gardens
Tax Free Shopping

We fly within the State Park system so there is an entrance fee: $3/day for Delaware registered vehicles and $6/day for non-Delaware registered vehicles.

A really nice video for inspiration (thanks, Alex!).