19th Annual Chili Cook Off!

19th Annual Chili Cook-Off!
March 23 — Noon to 3pm

REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!


Wanted: Chili Cooks

There will be 4 category awards and one main grand prize! Entries can be classic recipes, meatless, beanless, white, or even use surprise ingredients. Chili entries will be judged by the following categories:

Hottest/Spiciest
Most Creative/Unusual
Mildest/Wimpiest
Best Presentation/Most Attractive
Grand Prize – Best Over All

RULES:
• All Chili entries must be at the Chapter House by 11:30 am.
• Set up begins at 11:00 and judging starts at high noon.
• Chili entries must be prepared at home and brought in a slow cooker.
• Be sure to name your chili with a sign! Points will be deducted for nameless chili entries.
• All Chili cooks will be provided with name tags the day of the event.

Wanted: Corn Bread, Dessert and Guacamole Chefs
Take home the title of Cornbread, Salad, Dessert or Guacamole Cook-Off Champion! All entries should be an original creation or enhancement. In other words, your standard Jiffy cornbread dish straight from the box and/or cookies from Target are gonna lose you points.
And YES — you can always enter various dishes in different categories.

Wanted: EAA 186 Chili Judges
We need 3-5 judges, so get in on the fun and put your taste buds to the ultimate test!

Tickets are $5 (suggested donation) for those not entered in the contest, bringing food, or judging. We’ll provide all the chili fixings’ and beverages. There’s plenty of space to park your plane or car, so fly-in, or come by car and stay for the whole event.
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January Chapter Gathering Presentation by T.R. Proven “Midair Collision – Lessons Learned”

January Chapter Gathering 2019 Agenda

9:00 – Social Hour: Donuts, muffins, coffee and other beverages
10:00 – Welcome and Introductions
10:15 – Chapter Merchandise Drawing
10:30 – Chapter Business and Announcements
11:00 – Program: T.R. Proven “Midair Collision – Lessons Learned”
12:00 – Chapter Merchandise Drawing
12:15 – BBQ on the deck or pizza!

On a sunny afternoon in May of 2012, two aircraft collided 1,600 feet above Sumerduck, VA with three veteran pilots onboard, two of whom were working for the nation’s top aviation safety agencies. The third pilot was an experienced flight instructor. The only surviving pilot, T. R. Proven, a Federal Aviation Administration investigator at the time, will discuss with our chapter: “What I he did right and what I could have done better.”

You won’t want to miss this informative and educational presentation!

Get Involved with Our Chapter’s IMC or VMC Club!

Our VMC and IMC Clubs meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Chapter House. All are welcome!
IMC Club: 7-8pm
VMC Club: 8-9pm