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Year 2002
  
 
Dates Below Are Year 2001 
Note: Dates will be added as the events are scheduled
February 7-10, 2001 (Wednesday through Saturday) - SSA, Soaring Society of America, Convention - "Air Sports Expo", Indianapolis, Indiana.  See SSA Website, http://www.ssa.org.  The SHA will have a booth -- come connect with us!
May 3-5, 2001 - Marske Flying Wings workshop in Marion, Ohio.  Open House on May 6th, 2001 see the web pages 
for details at www.continuo.com/marske/workshop/may%202001/may%203-5,%202001.htm  
Contact: Mat Redsell CFIG <marskeREMOVE@continuo.com> Marske Flying Wings 
3007 Harding Highway East, Marion OH 43302. ph 740-223-3550
May 25 - 28, 2001 (Friday through Monday ... Memorial Day Weekend in the United States) 
Vintage Sailplane Association Western Regatta, Mountain Valley Airport, Tehachapi, California. 
Contact Jeff Byard (805-461-0488)
May 26 - 28, 2001 (Friday through Monday ... Memorial Day Weekend in the United States) 
Vintage Sailplane Association Eastern Regatta, Chilhowee Gliderport in southeast Tennessee.  This is supposed to be a really cool place -- check it out!  Contact Bob Gaines in Georgia at 770-973-1414 or by email  nolaminarREMOVE@aol.com
June 12-17, 2001  (Tuesday through Saturday) - Third Biennial VSA Antique and Classic Sailplane Rally (June 12-17)  and SHA Central Division Workshop (June 16-17) - Moriarty Gliderport, Moriarty, New Mexico.  Contact George Applebay 505-832-0766 GAPPLEBAYremove@aol.com or David Magerstadt nanjmREMOVE@hotmail.com 817-656-5125
July 14-22, 2001  5th Annual Midwest Vintage & Classic Sailplane Regatta at the Mid-America Air Center in Lawrenceville, Illinois.  Neat workshop on fabric recovering and on repairing wooden gliders.  Contact Bud Brow at RR 4 Box 51, Lawrenceville, IL 62439, 618-942-20-76 or David Schuur 309-246-03328 dschuurREMOVE@mail.isbe.accessus.net
July 27, 2001 (Friday at  7:00 to 8:15 PM at Oshkosh Wisconsin) ... The BJ-1b Duster Sailplane at Thirty: 1971-2001.  Oshkosh Wisconsin EAA AirVenture Forum presentation by Cam Martin. He owns and flies Duster #11 at the Skylark North Gliderport in Tehachapi California. His previous Forum Presentations have focused on NASA's X-Planes and Revolutionary Concepts Aircraft.
August 17-19, 2001   Note:  Date Change (Friday afternoon through Sunday morning) ... SHA Eastern Workshop will be held in Elmira N.Y. at the National Soaring Museum.  Contact for Steve Arndt.  Be sure to attend, great sessions, great soaring off of Harris Hill.  Make your room reservation early!  Workshop Registration     Agenda 
 Note: Camping on Harris Hill may not possible, call if you need to camp.
August 16-18, 2001  OSTIV Sailplane Development Panel Meeting, Aaelen-Eichingen, Germany.
August 31 - September 3, 2001 (Friday through Monday, Labor Day weekend in the United States) 
SHA Western Workshop, Mountain Valley Airport, Tehachapi, California.  Contact Dan and Janice Armstrong 
21100 Angel St, Tehachapi,  CA  93561 USA or danarmstroREMOVE@aol.com.  To arrange for sailplane flights, rentals or lessons, contact Skylark North (Jane and Larry Barrett) at 661-822-5267.  (Flying in the predictable 8 mile long strip of shear lift create by the mountain to the west is loads of fun. s.s.adkins).
November 3, 2001. 
Contact: Brian J. Howard, Director of Development and Collections 
  Phone: (607) 734-3128   e-mail: brianh@soaringmuseum.org 
 
NATIONAL SOARING MUSEUM ANNOUNCES GEORGE MOFFAT AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER AT 2001 RALPH S. BARNABY LECTURE 

The National Soaring Museum is proud to announce that soaring legend George Moffat will be the keynote speaker at the 29th annual Ralph S. Barnaby Lecture, to be held in Wichita, Kansas on November 3, 2001.  His topic will be Changes in Soaring Competitions Over the Last Thirty Years. 

George Moffat is uniquely suited to discuss sailplane competitions, and he sits at the top level of achievement in motorless flight.  His legendary soaring career started in 1958, and he began competition flying in 1960.  Moffat has set several international sailplane speed records and in 1974 became the only pilot ever to have won the World Open Class title twice, having won it the first time in 1970.  He has captured virtually every major class soaring championship available, including the U.S. Standard, Open and 15-Meter Class titles.  He has authored numerous soaring-related articles for national magazines, and wrote the book Winning on the Wind.  A recipient of the Lilienthal Medal (1977), Moffat was inducted into the United States Soaring Hall of Fame in 1963. 

The NSMís 29th annual Barnaby Lecture will be held at the Wichita Marriott Hotel, and is hosted by the Kansas Soaring Association.  A tour of the Beech (Raytheon) Composite Facility is also scheduled for November 3rd, prior to Moffatís speech.  Please contact the National Soaring Museum and the Wichita Marriott Hotel for further information. 

February 7-9, 2002  plan for the SSA Annual convention and Air Sport Expo at Ontario, California.