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Old 09-23-2010, 09:30 PM
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Default BBQ Lunch, Columbus, Georgia, Oct 2.

I'd like to invite everyone to a little anniversary celebration that my local FBO (Flightways) and EAA chapter 677 are putting together for Oct. 2 (see below).

I know its not exactly RV related, but we are going to have some of the best BBq in the Southeast and my EAA chapter will have several airplanes on static display including my RV-9a. I've been trying to convince the other members of the Chapter the RV is just the best all right kit plane on the market today, and I'd love for them to see some of the wonderful aircraft in this area.

This is the official email from the FBO (thank you everyone and hope to see you there),
Lynn Hall
N554LH


The Columbus Airport Commission

and Flightways Columbus invite you to the

1st Anniversary Celebration

of Flightways Columbus



Saturday, October 2, 2010

1100 ? 1300, Program at noon

Flightways parking lot (Hangar 13)



Good music and great conversation while you enjoy

Chuck Goodrum?s Award-winning BBQ



Door Prizes:

SL-400 Radio

Flight bags

Aviation fuel coupons

Propellers Restaurant coupons

Flightways ball caps



Join us and Fly-in

Ramp fees will be waived and

Avgas week-end prices will continue @$4.15 /gallon

Rain or Shine you Dine
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