The South Central Washington Chapter of the EAA meets the third Saturday of every month at 10:00 a.m. in the EAA Chapter 1466 building, 101 Nunn Rd., adjacent to the Prosser Airport Office hangar. Anyone interested in aviation is welcome to attend and new members are always welcome.
Our goal is to foster flying, building, education and social activities for all our members. That’s why they call us Wing-Nuts!
Oldest Pilot: David Cheney of Walla Walla, WA
Youngest Pilot: Douglas Cheney of Walla Walla, WA
Farthest Distance: Dan Sprague - 300 miles flown from Roseburg, OR
Lowest Horse Power: Jeff Morgan - 50hp from Seattle, WA
Most Horse Power: Don Nelson - 400hp from Blaine, WA
Oldest Plane: Gary Suko - 1946 from Moses Lake, WA
Steve Wallner of Richland, WA winner of a $100 Gift Certificate from Brown's Les Schwab Tire store donated by Brown's Manager Jere Matthews. Steve won the certificate in the Car/Motorcyle Display/Event. He generously donated the certificate to the Three Rivers Transportation Exposition.
Bob Groeneweg of Outlook, WA won 3rd prize from the Raffle - a $100 Gift Certificate to Sporty's Pilot Supplies and Gifts donated by Fair Weather Flyers of Prosser.
Doug Cheney of Walla Walla, WA won 2nd prize from the Raffle - a 1 year membership to Milbrandt Cellar Club donated by Butch Milbrandt.
Robert Blahut of Posser, WA won the 1st prize from the Raffle - a P51 Mustang Pedal Plane built by members of the Prosser EAA Chapter 1466.
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