Normal meeting date is the second Wednesday of each month. Any
change will be announced here.
New Meeting Location:
1153 Tompkins Dr NE, Byron, MN.
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you Dan Walker for volunteering to provide us with a very nice place to
hold the IMC Club Meeting.
You may have to park on the street if there is a
dance class starting or finishing. Lots of parents dropping off and
picking up their son's and daughter's.
What's IMC Club?
It's about 15-25 pilots sitting around discussing our
aeronautical decision making opinions about how we might handle
challenging IMC situations. The idea is to gain
knowledge by thinking about potential IFR problems and listening
to the ideas of fellow aviators .
Its purpose is to promote instrument flying, proficiency,
and safety. The intent is to create a community of pilots willing to share
information, provide recognition, foster communications, promote safety,
and build proficiency in instrument flying. IMC Club chapters offer
monthly meetings in which pilots can network and share knowledge and
If you like "Hangar Flying" you'll like IMC Club
For information from the EAA.org website about IMC Clubs in general - click
To sign up for the next meeting, go to: https://www.faasafety.gov,
and then mouse over "Activities, Courses, Seminars & Webinars"
and select "Seminars & Webinars". Search using a zip
of 55920 and 1 mile. Go to the
bottom of the next window and click the blue link (IMC Club
Meeting) This sign up is so we don't run out of
chairs. It also helps me give you FAA Wings credit. If you
don't want to use this system, just contact me. Dick Fechter, (507) 272-5099 (text or
talk), or email IMCClub@eaa100.org.
Or, just show up.