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Old 12-03-2015, 01:37 PM
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Thumbs up Eagle's Nest Projects - N904EN takes flight at Central High School (WI)

N904EN "Falcon One"
11-18-2015 - Airworthiness by Connie Martin, Milwaukee FSDO
11-25-2015 - 1st Flight - Jim Senft, Pilot

The "Crew" - ENP Central High School Aviation Club Westosha, WI

1st Flight Video

Central High School recently completed extensive renovations to their CTE facilities including the addition of a large 'shop' area which will comfortably accommodate their next Eagle's Nest Project - scheduled to begin early February 2016. The support for Eagle's Nest Projects from the School District, community, Central's principal, Lisa Albrecht, Eagle's Nest project director, Jim Senft, and the dedicated mentor team has been overwhelming and each deserves special recognition and accolades. Congratulations to Central High School Aviation Club for a "job well done"!

Central HS Aviation Club
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R. E. "Ernie" Butcher
Friends of the RV-1/Eagle's Nest Projects
"Mentors build the student...
Students build the airplane." -Glen Salmon

Dedicated to the historical preservation of the RV-1 Aircraft
and organized for the purposes of promoting, supporting,
fostering, and engaging in aviation and aerospace education.

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Old 12-03-2015, 05:58 PM
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Default Congratulations Central High

What a great experience for your kids. I love seeing the proud smiles on their faces.

I have been knocking on doors and talking to people here in Tucson for the past year trying to get an Eagles nest Project going here. I had a false start about 7 months ago when the SD I was working with had a funding cut.

Then I approached the Marana Unified SD just North of Tucson. Tonight we go to the Marana SD board to get what I hope will be a final approval.

You have inspired and energized me to continue to push Eagles Nest Project here in Tucson.

Thank you.

Good Luck flying the RV12
Alan Muhs
Tucson, Arizona
Dues overpaid July 2020
RV12iS Southern Arizona Teen Aviation: #1 airplane sold, #2 airplane moved to airport/completing commissioning #3 airplane tail kit finished, wing kit received/fuselage ordered, #4 airplane tail kit finished
RV10 flying since July 2014- 750hrs as of April 2021
RV6A sold after 500 hours of flying
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Old 12-03-2015, 06:05 PM
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Default Congratulations!!

Congrats on the new fledgling

Good job Ernie.
Mike Starkey
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Rv-10, N210LM.

Flying as of 12/4/2010

Phase 1 done, 2/4/2011

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Old 12-04-2015, 09:17 AM
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