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Change of Guard at EAA Chapter 322

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Change of Guard at EAA Chapter 322

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The EAA Chapter 322 Johannesburg, the most active and successful EAA Chapter in the country will be holding the Annual General Meeting at the regular venue, the Dickie Fritz MOTH Hall in Dowerglen, Edenvale on Wednesday evening 4 November at 19h30. An executive committee will be elected and all members are encouraged to take part. Karl Jensen, after many years in the chair will be stepping down and this will be the opportunity for members to help determine the course of the club. Candidates for the election of a new committee are asked to make themselves available for election to the secretary Marie Reddy (http://eaa.org.za/contact/Marie).

It is a privilege to be part of EAA which is a dynamic association. You may think that you do not have sufficient knowledge or expertise to assist, but you might be surprised at what you can contribute. What you do not know will be learned as you go along, as most of us have done in the past.
There will be light meal catering and refreshments available from 18h00. A presentation by Brian Appleton on his recent trip to Europe and visit to the Red Bull Hangar 7 in Salzburg.

Visitors are always welcome.
Aerodynamics are for people who can't build engines. —Enzo Ferrari

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