Chapter 406

Olympic Rainbirds

EAA Chapter 406 is registered with Amazon Smile!

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The Olympic Rainbirds EAA Chapter 406 meets the fourth Wednesday each month at Bremerton National Airport.

It's Official!  EAA Chapter 406 is 501(c) (3) compliant

 and recognized as such by the Internal Revenue Service, effective June 18, 2018. Donations to EAA 406 and BACE are tax deductible under sections 2055, 2106 or 2522. 

 

tower chief Bonnie Malgarini, who started with the FAA in
1989. Her first air traffic facility was in Lafayette, LA which is
a combined approach control and tower. She also
worked at Eugene, Boeing Field, and Renton before being
assigned to Tacoma Narrows. She is married with three
children and enjoys hiking.

The Fly-In and Young Eagle Rally was a huge success!

125 Young Eagles enjoyed a flight experience as a result of the generous donation of time, talent and avgas by our excellent pilots and ground crew.  Young Eagle Coordinator Sue Shaw expertly directed the many moving pieces throughout the day. A lot of big smiles were seen on many faces.

Bremerton Aviation Center of Education

The Bremerton Aviation Center for Education (BACE) building has opened for EAA Chapter meetings. The Peninsula Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol will be sharing the facility and is in the process of moving in. Thanks to the generous donors and workers, 

Check out ideas for educational projects here. 

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