International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians
Americas Region, Vice President Larry Wolfsen

The Northeast Section

Saturday, July 12, 2014
Fly-in to Plymouth, MA (PYM)

This year the Aircraft Owners and Pilots’ Association (AOPA) is planning six regional gatherings instead of having an annual convention (see: www.aopa.org/Community-and-Evens/AOPA-fly-ins).  The event will include safety seminars, venders, static displays, and lots of good hanger talk. The first activity of the day is an EAA pancake breakfast. IFFR members and friends will meet at a designated place for lunch and fellowship. The fly-in location is on the shores of Massachusetts in a historically significant place. Plymouth was the first home of this country’s founders, a quintessential New England town with historic homes, rich history and great seafood. Those able to remain longer will find many interesting things to see and do, including seeing Plymouth Rock where the Pilgrims landed and a replica of the Mayflower that brought them here.

Contact: NE Section chair Tom Johnston tomjohnston@verizon.net