The Corona R/C Club has many fine instructors to help introduce you to the hobby. We never charge students for the services of instruction. We believe the by making the learning process fun and educational, that it creates a better flying community.More...
Here are the voting results for the Proposed Bylaw Changes from our October 2015 club meeting. A) Article 8 Section 1 – Place of General Membership Meetings: Option #1, which was proposed by the Board of Directors, received the majority of the votes. B) All other bylaw changes were overwhelmingly ACCEPTED as is. There were 51 submitted Absentee Ballot forms received prior to the club meeting, and one additional Ballot form received at the meeting. An article with more detail will be presented in the next newsletter. The changes were approved and accepted as of October 1, 2015 and are now in effect. A new copy of the bylaws will be placed on the website in the next several days. Posted:..2015-10-02..erb.
We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family of club member and former club officer/treasurer BOB WADE who suddenly passed away on September 15, 2015. Bob always had a jovial attitude and pitched in at club events helping out at the Registration / Raffle booth. He will be missed by those who knew him. Here is the address if you would like to send a card or flowers. The Wade Family, 5055 Noble Street, Riverside, CA 92503. Posted 2015-10-02.
Corona RC Club is now apart of the vast machine that is social networking. Specifically Twitter and Facebook. Why? You ask. Communication with each other and other local clubs is the answer. Make sure you log on and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/coronarcclub. You can follow us on twitter @coronarcclub. The idea of both of these mediums is to put up to date info about the field for your benefit. For example a couple of weeks ago the field was closed because of a fatal car accident. This was "tweeted" and posted on the website. So if you had been following us and received this tweet you could have saved a trip for yourself. You do not need to have a smartphone to receive tweets, you can go to www.twitter.com and have the CRCC tweet sent to your phone as a text message. If you are interested in being involved in sending tweets out on a regular basis and are at the field often, send me an email and I will get you set up to be a part of the crcc twitter info base.
The Corona R/C Club website has many features available to all its users. Some of the features might seem complicated or too difficult to master. I composed these online tutorials in the hope that it will remove some of the mystery of the site and how to use all the features that are available to you.
In this multipart series of videos, I prepared a simple demonstration on how to achieve certain tasks. I advise you to view these videos in full screen mode in order to see some of the finer detail. If you have any questions or comments, please send them here.
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