Columbia Basin Herald. By Cheryl Schweizer. MOSES LAKE – A group of radio-controlled airplane pilots will sponsor a fly-in for pilots and spectators Sept. 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at McKay Field, about one mile south of town on Baseline Road.
The Casey McKay Fun Fly is for owners of model radio-controlled aircraft, whether they’re built from scratch, from a kit or purchased ready-made. It is sponsored by the Moses Lake Radio Control Modelers club.
Airplanes with any of the common power plants can be flown, but pilots must be members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics.
Pilots will be asked to complete several simple tasks; they will include takeoffs and landings, loops and spins. The winners will receive prizes, with all contestants receiving a merchandise prize. A children’s event, for kids 15 years of age and under, is scheduled for noon. Adults must pay an entry fee, but the kids event is free.
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Moses Lake Radio Control Modelers, AMA Charter Club 688, www.moseslakercmodelers.org/