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Sugar Valley Airport

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Fly-In! 9-27-14

Watch for details in weeks to come about Sugar Valley's annual fly-in, Sept. 27, 2014! Thank you for joining us for Sugar Valley's fly-in last October. See how much fun was had and that can be anticipated this fall!

The 6/21/14 "Spring WINGS Fling" safety seminars and fly-in for pilots was a big success, as was the awarding of the FAA's Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award to WWII pilot and Piedmont Airlines leader H.K. "Zeke" Saunders, written up by the Davie County Blog.

For a higher-resolution gallery of the above photos, click here and press the play icon.

Besides being a beautiful place to visit for friendly folks who love airplanes, the Aviation Center at Sugar Valley encourages flight training and careers in aviation. There are abundant resources at Sugar Valley for those looking to learn about aviation or hone the skills they already have. We are pilots helping each other become better pilots, while enjoying and supporting the unique general aviation community.

Want to know more about the Friendship Fire Circle, sponsored by the Honda Flying Club and Sugar Valley Airport? Would you like to order a brick to make a lasting difference to aviation and the community?

Events of Interest to You:

Ongoing Fiber Art Class, Thursdays 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. in the Fiber Visions Arts and Crafts studio, Blue Hangar mezzanine. Contact instructor Joanna White for details and material costs: (336) 413-2662.

See the video about the Rowan District Aviation Camporee at Sugar Valley, as well as an article by Aero News Network about it.

See an article by the Winston-Salem Journal about Sugar Valley.

See an article about Sugar Valley's Civil Air Patrol Composite Squadron by the Winston-Salem Journal.

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Check here for a calendar of other projects and events.

Cadets from the Civil Air Patrol Sugar Valley Composite Squadron and other squadrons helped manage the flight line at the 2013 fly-in. Serving at fly-ins is just one of the many activities in which cadets can participate.

A major focus of the CAP unit at Sugar Valley is the Cadet Program for young people, ages 12 - 18. See additional information, as well as the cadets' perspective on the program. If you are interested in learning more or in becoming part of the Sugar Valley squadron, please call the SVA office for more details: (336) 998-3971, and visit the Sugar Valley Composite Squadron website.

For more information call
336-998-3971 or email Aviation@SugarValleyAirport.org.