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Flight Lines is the Spirits' monthly periodical that covers news and events happening within the club.  Newsletters are available to everyone via this web page.  Club members may submit personal classified ads for inclusion in the newsletter free of charge.  Businesses wishing to advertise in the newsletter should contact the editor, or an officer of the club.

Early in the organization of the Spirits we published a newsletter offering members updates on club activity, articles, and modeling information.  In keeping with the times, and also being fiscally responsible, we now offer the content in an Online format.  We recognized many members wanted digital access to the publication.  For those members that want an exact page-by-page copy of the newsletter, the current issue, and archived issues they are available via this page, and readily printable on their home computer printer.  This is new ground for the volunteers that edit and publish our Flight Lines newsletter.   We welcome your ideas, feedback, and insight on how to keep Flight Lines one of your must read publications.  Please send any comments to the editor via email here:


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Newsletter submissions must be in by the Monday following the club meeting in order to make publishing deadlines.  The preferred format for article submission is via email.  MS Word file format is the preferred method of delivery.  However, you may deliver in most formats, including in the body of an email.  Feel free to include photos, as long as you include descriptions of each photo for captions.  Please, no typed or preprinted material.

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Below are back issues of Flight Lines "Now dating back to 2001!"


Back Issues





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