We are one of a worldwide network of chapters of the Experimental Aircraft Association, commonly known as EAA, headquartered in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. We have members througout Kansas with our focus on the communities of Manhattan, Junction City, Abilene and surrounding areas. We are a social organization serving the Kansas Flint Hills made up of aviation enthusiasts, aircraft builders, and pilots who get together with like minded people to share ideas, exchange information, encourage safety and have a lot of fun doing so.
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|Marvin Hornbostel - Pres., '17|| Russ Canter, 2017|| Doug Vogelsang, 2017|
|Ken Mortensen - Treas., 2017||Marcia Mortensen, 2017||Frank & Karen Klein, 2017|
|Jim Clark - Webmaster, 2017||Debby Clark, 2017||Maurice Sharp, 2017|
| Bruce Collins, 2017|| Melvin Johnson, 2017||Terry Burger, 2018|
|Richard Wilkins, 2016|| Rich Elrod, 2017|| Steve & Beth Hudson, 2017|
| Todd Dunkel, 2016||Steve & Trish Stacey, 2017|| Duane Morris, 2017|
|Bob Caley, 2016||Ed & Charlotte Doyle, 2016|
| Kent & Kathy Foster, 2017||Jim Taylor. 2017|| Dennis Sewell, 2017|
| Ron & Jill Grieve 2017|| Jim Price, 2017||David Sewell, 2017|
| Taylor Driscoll, 2016|| Todd Dunkel, 2016|| Gordon Smith, 2017|
|Joe Giddings, 2016|| Doug Snead, 2017||Jack McChesney, 2016|
|Larry & Sherry Moon, 2017|| Brian Blumhagen, 2017||Mike Lopez, 2016|
|Richard Machina, 2017||Patrick McElligott, 2017||Rafael Flores, 2017|
|Isaac Montague, 2017||Evan Davison, 2017||Jeremy Gorman, 2017|
|Brian Correll, 2017||Robert Riat, 2017|
Members with year dues paid through after name.
Our chapter is part of the worldwide network of EAA chapters. EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world's most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA's 170,000 plus members enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying, building and restoring recreational aircraft. To find out more about EAA and our programs and services, please visit our home page at EAA.org.