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SE Section Members rescue dogs
 
SE Section members Susan Delgado and Ellen Herr were among the 50 or so planes that showed up to rescue over 400 dogs that were slated for destruction in GA. Click on the link above to see the NewsPress article of Ellen's arrival in Naples, FL with her plane load of puppies.


We are pilots. We love aviation and we want others to share our passion.

As 99s, we do what we can to let our enthusiasm for aviation be infectious to others. We host events geared toward fund raising for aviation scholarships and cancer research; we host fly-in designed to help keep our members and others active and current in their aviation skills; and we fly. Read about us below.

Pilot Lenny Ohlsson and 1st time flyer Iris
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Tamra & Ursula fly 2 1st time flyers
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GoldCoast Chapter Hosts Girls Scouts Event

GS1.jpgAt the February Goldcoast Chapter meeting the girl scouts in the foreground gave three presentations--a rap song about Poncho Barnes, a powerpoint on Amelia Earhart and short biographies of the first ten women in the world to become pilots. Chapter members who are helping the girls earn their aviation badges and the scout leaders are standing.

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(right) Kimberley Lowe,first officer on the B-777 for American Airlines describes the preparations for a transatlantic flight.

GS3.jpg(left) Flight attendants, according to Diana Napoli have to be strong and fit to carry all the things they need on a trip and to handle their safety responsibilities. The scouts were surprised that Diana carries handcuffs. Other aviation careers discussed were air traffic controller, aircraft mechanic and educator.


Suncoast Chapter Hosts Poker Run to Raise Money for Space Camp Scholarship

Our 2nd Annual Poker Run was held in February to raise funds for the Space Camp Scholarships that are offered by the Florida Suncoast 99s chapter on the west coast of Florida.  Teaming up with EAA 282 chapter at KCLW Clearwater Airpark to benefit their scholarship fund, the 99s prepared food for the lunch served to participants after the "run".  Hands were turned in and ordered from high to low.  After perusing their standings, the audience participated in a lively bidding war for the wild cards to improve their chances at the first place prize of $99 (in honor of the 99s) and 2nd place prize of $49.50 (in honor of our significant others, our 49 1/2s).  Many additional prizes were available from a headset, books, aviation glasses, bottles of spirits, and gift cards to restaurants far and wide in our area.  Few in the audience left empty-handed.  The weather was windy and hindered some who had planned to fly in from the south as well as the east coast of our state but their donation to our fundraising was appreciated.  Advertising through the many school boards, districts and individual schools throughout our chapter's area has been put out through email and we hope to receive many applications from interested girls who want to attend Space Camp or Space Academy in Huntsville, Alabama this July.  Notification of our Space Camp scholarship information can be accessed through our website at http://www.fpcg.net/sc99 then click on Space Camp Scholarships on the compass rose.  Pictures of past Space Camp winners and other educational activities sponsored by the Florida Suncoast 99s chapter can be viewed on our Facebook page by searching "Florida Suncoast 99s" once you sign in to Facebook.  The scholarships are open to any Florida girl in grades 4, 5, or 6.  The postmarked deadline is stringent.  Neatness and creativity are a must!  Good luck to any girl who deigns to apply!


3rd annual Kitty Hawk Classic golf tournament a big success! 

Thanks to your efforts, we raised $3,727.17 for our chapter's scholarship fund and for the American Cancer Society's “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” campaign.
Since we started this golf tournament three years ago, we've has raised $11,926.65 for these two worthy causes!
Thanks to your efforts, we are closer to the day when no one will ever have to hear the words, "You have breast cancer."
Many, many thanks to everyone for contributing to our success!
 
- Corbi Bulluck
 
Brief summary
Weather:  Perfect!
Number of golfers:  48
Proceeds from the putting contest and the sale of mulligans:  $605
Silent Auction profit:  $520
1st place foursome:  Critoria, Floyd, Hooper, VanDosser
2nd place foursome:  Moore, Stalls, Whittle, Woodard
"Thank you" letters to every sponsor and donor:  Sent by Jean Palmer-Moloney
On-site volunteers (names in blue are Kitty Hawk 99s):
     Ted Alman (NCDOT)                      Judy Jennette
     Suellen Beaulieu                             Margaret Moore
     Corbi Bulluck                                   Dorie Richter
     Karen Davis                                     Margaret Riddle
     Tom Freeman (NCDOT)                Roxanna Ross
     Rosemary Gibson                           Barbara Stevens
     Brook Heyel
 
 Sponsors:
    Aeroflight Aviation (Margaret Riddle)     Paraclete Sky Venture
    Aviall                                                            Pilots in Pink
    Danny's Bar-B-Que                                   Raleigh Golf Association
    Brixx Wood-Fired Pizza                            ReBath of the Triad
    Buckhorn Farms                                        Red Robin Restaurant
    Don Bulluck Chevrolet Cadillac              Dorie Richter
    Chick-fil-A                                                     Sir Speedy
    Fitness 19                                                     Sparkchasers Aircraft Services
    Flynn Chiropractic & Sports Rehabilitation      Spectrum Screen Printing
    Stella Hart Portraits (Gigi's mother!)                Sutton James Insurance
    Generations Salon and Day Spa                    Texas Steakhouse
    Huggins, Pound, & Davis, LLP                       UNC's Finley Golf Course
    Iatria Spa & Health Center                              VRM - Virtual Resort Manager
    Knight’s Play Golf Center                               Wil-Mar Golf Club
    Outback Steakhouse
   
Donations (totaling $1,515.00) received from:
    Suellen Beaulieu                    Zenda Liess
    Corbi Bulluck                        Marlene Raseta
    Don Bulluck                          Barbara Tilley
    Laura Conover                       Terry Walton (Ambassador Chapter 99s)
    Karen and Charlie Davis         Jennifer Wenk
    Charlotte Harvey
 
Tournament Shirts were purchased by:
    Audrey Floyd
    Marlene Raseta
    Terry Walton
    Jennifer Wenk
 
Golfers registered (names in blue are Kitty Hawk 99s):
    Karen Baskin                         Carol Misegades
    Fred Bickus                             Kent Misegades
    Dave Bishop                           Graham Moore
    Melinda Campbell                  Judy Peel
    Terry Carlyle                          Larry Presson
    Chastity Clark                        Ron Randolph
    Dr. Floyd Critoria                   Shelly Reams
    Don Dixon                            Dorie Richter
    Dave Dorsey                         Tom Richter
    Jim Dukeman                        Matt Sawaia
    Jan Feather                           Mike Sawaia
    Dr. John Flynn                      Mitchell Sawaia
    Tonya Hampton                     Jim Slusser
    Charlotte Harvey                    Bill Terrill
    Dr. Mark Hooper                   Dave Thomas
    Jerry Jennette                       Joey Valentino
    Judy Jennette                       Ross VanDosser
    David Knowlton                     Doug Wellman
    Michael Malik                        Joe White
    Michael Malik, Sr.                  Chris Whittle
    Sabah Hamad Malik              Bill Williams
    David Mangrum                     Linda Wilson
    Neill McLeod                         Mickey Woodard


Kitty Hawk 2006 Golf Tourney Raises Funds for Cancer Research

We did it!! The golf tournament is over and was SUCCESSFUL and VERY FUN.  Eleven (11) teams played and from all I hear, for a very first tournament, that number of teams is great!  Once all the expenses are paid, we will have a report for everyone.
We started setting up at 9:00am, registering golfers at 11:30am, playing at 1:00pm, and eating Danny's BBQ at 6:00 pm. Thirty-three (33) participated in the $10,000 putting contest, and one or two got verrrrrrry close. Twenty-five (25) golfers challenged Ken Eckenroth in the 'Beat-the-Pro' contest and only eight were able to beat Ken.  Unfortunately, not one golfer shot a "hole-in-one." 
  
Corbi, as usual, did an excellent, excellent job of managing most of the logistics with a lot of help from Marlene, Rosemary, Margaret, Laura, Brook, and several friends and family members. Emily dropped by for a short time to wish us well and leave a nice donation. Karen, Tonya, and I also helped in the morning before leaving at 1:00 to join the golfers.
 
The team that came in first place was Norm Karr, Chad Cochran, Decky Stell, and Gary Yoder; the second place was  Mike Swaia, Bill Dukeman, Jan Feather, and Brian Clarke. The longest drive for the men was made by Jerry Jennette. Jerry's wife, Judy, won the longest drive for women. Two of the four closest to the pin awards went to Danny Thompson and Mike Peeples.  I'll have to tell you the other two names later as I don't yet have them.
We gave away 28 rounds of golf for door prizes. We made $330. from a silent auction. (We put up rounds of golf at three really pricey courses near Raleigh-Durham for a silent auction.... the Preserve at Jordan Lake, Chapel Ridge Golf Club, and the Bentwinds Country Club.)  And, we gave an estimated $900 worth of other door prizes.
 
HUGE thanks to all who were able to spend time during the day to help!  For those of you that couldn't get away on that day and helped with posters, brochures, sponsors, door prizes, finding teams, and just spreading the word to the media, friends, and families.... thanks to you too!  We couldn't have done any of this without you.  Dori