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Chapter Forums Schedule for AirVenture Oshkosh 2015
July 2015 - Forum Dates: July 21 to July 24, (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday)
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. CDT (unless otherwise noted)
Chapter Forum Descriptions
EAA Chapter Newsletter Basics: An in-depth look at the production of a digital or print EAA chapter newsletter using commonly available software. Empahsis on professional results coupled with ease of use.
7 Habits of Highly Effective EAA Chapters: What makes a successful EAA chapter? Stop by to find out how you can help your EAA chapter realize its full potential!
Fundraising Basics for EAA Chapters: Having a stable income stream is crucial for any EAA chapter to be successful. It is the oil that lubricates your machine. Stop by and discover easy-to-implement fundraising methods to kick your EAA chapter into high gear!
EAA Chapter Website Basics: Getting your EAA chapter’s message out to the public has never been easier! Discover simple ways to create low- cost/no-cost websites and Facebook pages that will take your chapter success to new levels.
Chapter Forum Presenters: Kyle Voltz is EAA’s chapter administrator at headquarters. A former Young Eagle and EAA Air Academy camper, Kyle now is a 400-hour instrument-rated pilot with complex, high-performance, and tailwheel endorsements.
Jack Dueck is a past member of the EAA Canadian Council and EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council, EAA Chapter 1410 founding president, an EAA technical counselor and flight advisor, and SportAir Workshops instructor.
Brett Hahn is the manager of EAA’s worldwide chapter network. Brett was on the No. 43 White Lightning race team at Reno, has logged 625 hours, and is currently flying a Starduster Too