Guests from as far away as Tennesse, Washington State, and New York will come to Caesar Creek Soaring Club’s airport at 5375 Elbon Road, Waynesville, Ohio 45068 for the 2021 Cross Country Soaring Camp. http://www.soarccsc.com/cross-country-soaring-camp/ Google Drive https://tinyurl.com/CrossCountry-Camp2021 Sailplane cross country flights with high performance gliders is an exciting and challenging way to fly. This […]
Land’s End full line of embroidered CCSC Clothing are available on their clothing line website. Go to http://business.landsend.com/store/ccsc select your garment or promotional product and then select the “APPLY LOGO(S)” box. I created the CCSC Patch for general club use. For my own personal use, I created the embroidery of my call sign “6V” and the […]
Caesar Creek Soaring Club Cross Country Camp kicked off with a great presentation by John Lubon on thermaling. It’s available on the Google Drive for the camp https://tinyurl.com/ccsc2020 We aren’t flying the two place glass ships today but the four Juniors are working on their first solos and other efforts today. Thanks to the SSA […]
No introductory flights will be provided until the corona virus threat has passed.
Silent 16mm film footage from Soaring Society of Dayton (Ohio).
What: 2019 Standard and Sports Class Nationals When: Thursday Aug 22 until Sunday Sep 1 Where: Caesar Creek Soaring Club, 5375 Elbon Road, Waynesville, Ohio; 513-932-7627 Contest manager: Chuck Lohre, 513-260-9025, email@example.com Contest director: John Lubon, 513-543-9154, firstname.lastname@example.org Scorer: Guy Byars, 513-307-1484, email@example.com We expect 20 contestants. Restricted club activity will be in operation. From 9 until […]
Special thanks to Steve Statkus and Keith Kilpatrick for their design and construction of custom assembly stands.
Soaring Society of America honored Henry Meyerrose with a CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION for 50 years of active membership in and service to Soaring Society of America.
Dan Reagan, Rolf Hegele and Mark Miller drove 1780 miles towing their gliders to Parowan, UT, where they flew 20 times and covered 8,541 kms