Welcome to Bob Larson or Fallon. Bob joined HDRCC today and expect to see more of him on Sundays as he shows off his 3D flying skills!
As requested, the active club roster is now available on the website. This data can only be accessed by those who have logged in to the website AND are active club members. With this roster, you can look up club members, contact info, and review your club membership status. To access the club roster please follow these steps:
- If you do not have an account with the website you can create one under the “Account Access” section on any page of the website.
- Log into the website using your account info. If you are logged in you will see “Howdy, [login name]” in the top right corner of your screen.
- Click on the “Club Roster” link on the top navigation bar
- If you do not see the “Club Roster” link, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request your website account be upgraded to a Member status.
We try to automatically upgrade our club members website status to the appropriate status, but many use different names with their accounts and we can not always match up web accounts with club member names without a little extra help.
Feel free to give us feedback on this new website capability.
A big welcome and “thanks” goes out to Charlie N. of Carson City for joining HDRCC. We look forward to continued flying and adventures with you, Charlie.
Hal L. is a former member of HDRCC and renewed his membership with the club. Continued support for all of our members is critical to keep this wonderful club flying.
Greg is our newest club member and is focused on multirotor aircraft. He has been flying with the club for awhile now and has helped us out with our advertising. Check out the video on our home page…that’s Greg’s work. Thanks, Greg!
A big welcome to Rob D. of Reno. Rob joined our club today and is now the second flyer at the field that does FPV Quadcopter Racing. Might we see a challenge in the near future? No wagering…unless the club gets a cut! 😉
A big welcome goes out to Ana Johnson and Eli Whitney. They both joined HDRCC on July 12 during our Drone Wars event. We hope both of you enjoy your experience with our club. Ana started off her first day in the club with win in our Bomb Drop competition, Ana took home 1st place trophy.
John McGrath of Candid Sky Productions will be at Drone Wars on July 12th. He will have some of his super-impressive drones used for professional quality video production on hand and be recording some of the activities (from the ground).
At the upcoming Drone Wars, on July 12th, we will have a special visitor on hand from Reno. He built a drone and participated in the DARPA UAVForge Challenge in 2012 and of 140 teams, he was chosen as one of the 11 finalists. Knows as team “Phase Analytic” in the UAVForge copetition, he will be bringing his drone to the event and we be available for questions and conversation.
HDRCC has acquired 501(c)(3) non-profit status via fiscal sponsorship from The School Factory. This won’t make our planes fly any better, but it will make it easier to acquire large donations and grants to support our ever-growing training and education efforts.