April 22, 2018
Seven EAA Chapter 501 pilots
gave rides to 55 Young Eagles
at Lincoln Park Airport.



Pilots and planes
Charlie Derk PA-28-181 Archer II, N8150X

Mike Dzurny - Luscombe 8E, N2692K

Vince Lalomia Cessna 170B, N1936C

Ron Reinartz Beech A36 Bonanza, N14LR

Jeff Ross PA-23-250 Aztec, N251EA

Eric Sampson PA-28-140 Cherokee, N56083

Steve Vail Cessna 120, N1899N

Chapter 501 members in the ground crew
Allen F. Dunn
Bryant Dunn
Greg Dwyer
Matt Lamm
Lee McQuade
Bob Menier
Wayne Oshin
Don Provost
Jon Seibert
Kristen Seibert
Abigail Seibert

Non-members volunteering
Allen T. Dunn
Bill Leavens
Allison Ross
Dawn Ross
Diane Sandow
Linda Scully
Rudy Steinthal

We salute the 55 youngsters who became certified
Young Eagles at our Sunday, April 22nd Lincoln Park
Airport event. Many thanks to our seven Chapter 501
pilots who flew them on a perfect day with the help
of the 10-plus members of our ground crew aided by,
thank you, volunteers Dawn and Allison Ross,
Diane Sandow, Allen T. Dunn, Bill Leavens,
and Rudy Steinthal.

The Green Residential Home brought several students
from Ringwood to go flying. A carload of kids from the
Phillip M. Costello Preparatory Academy,
drove all the way up from Tabernacle, down in the
pine barrens, to go flying with us. Costello Prep,
same as the Green Residential Home, is operated by
the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission. The
homes give teenage violators a second chance... nine
to twelve months living in a structured educational
environment with no fences. The Young Eagles
flights are not only a reward to the kids for good
behavior, but also help to provide exposure to a
wide range of work opportunities that could lie
ahead for them.

The Young Eagles event was overseen by our Y.E.
Coordinator Allen Dunn. Registration and certificate
production was handled by Dawn and Allison Ross,
and Diane Sandow. Matt Lamm directed aircraft parking.
Passenger and parents safety-escorting on the ramp
was done by Allen F. Dunn, Greg Dwyer, Bill Leavens,
Bob Menier, Lee McQuade, Don Provost and Jon Seibert.

Linda Scully and the staff at Aero Safety Training
flight school welcomed visiting parents and kids to
show them the starting point for learning to fly.















































































Photos taken by Don Provost.