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Helis Over Delaware
AMA

The Delaware R/C Club is proud to host the 9th Annual "Helis Over Delaware" helicopter fun fly
on 
Friday July 25, 2014 to Sunday July 27, 2014 at the Delaware R/C Club Flying Site
located in the beautiful Lums Pond State Park, Kirkwood, Delaware.


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Pro pilots include: Jamie Roberson and Darrick chekas from Team Align!

A landing fee of $35 will be charged for pilots. This fee will cover your vehicle State Park entrance fee, and include a free raffle ticket.

Event t-shirts will be provided as part of registration to the first 100 pilots.

Additional fees will be required for overnight camping.  See event schedule and additional info below.

There is no pre-registration. A portion of this year’s event will be donated to the Susan B. Komen foundation.

"Helis Over Delaware" will feature helicopter fun fly activities, contests, manufacturer demos, vendors, setup clinics, food, and night flying, Raffle prizes, and Saturday evening BBQ*

 "Helis Over Delaware" is an AMA sanctioned event. AMA rules apply.

All pilots must have current valid AMA membership.

The Saturday night BBQ dinner provided by the local Boy Scout troop will be held at 5PM.
Tickets for the dinner will cost $15 with all proceeds going to the Boy Scouts.

Flying Site is located in Lum's Pond State Park - R/C Flying Field Entrance - Route 71, Kirkwood Delaware. From I-95 in Delaware take Exit 1 to RT-896 South, go 6.2 miles to RT-71, make a left.  Flying Site is 1/3 mile on left.

Google maps shows the entrance to the field at 3901-3973 Red Lion Rd, Bear, DE 19701
Click Here for Google Map and directions


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Thanks to Mike Mas from Rotory magazine and Jackie Beers for photo contributions!

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