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Mission Central Newsletter | August 2018

Mission Central Newsletter | August 2018

Former AFSC Passenger Beats Cancer ... and Becomes an RN

Just a few weeks after she turned 13, Jessica Weller (pictured above) learned that she had Ewing sarcoma in her abdomen that had metastasized around her heart and lungs. The outlook wasn't promising .... READ MORE
 

AFSC Named an Organization of the Year

On August 1, D CEO magazine and the Communities Foundation of Texas chose Angel Flight South Central for their Organization of the Year award at the Micro level. AFSC Board Treasurer and pilot Wayne Maynard accepted the award on our behalf. He is shown here with D CEO Editor Christine Perez.

Air Charity Network Joins International Air & Space Hall of Fame 

We are excited to share that Air Charity Network (the umbrella organization that encompasses all the Angel Flights across the country) will be one of the 2018 inductees into the International Air & Space Hall of Fame.

The members of the International Air & Space Hall of Fame are recognized for their outstanding contributions to aviation and space innovations.

Elite Avionics Supports Arkansas Wing

Kellye Beavers and Charles Hollingsworth of Elite Avionics (both in dark blue) very generously donated a free pitot static and transponder system certification to one of our Arkansas-based volunteer pilots.

Adam Boyd (burgundy shirt) was chosen, and here he is with his newly certified Cessna 172! (Our wonderful Arkansas wing leader, Don Cope, is taking the photo.)

Thanks so much to the Elite Avionics team – we really appreciate your support!

 

Do you (or a friend or family member) want an easy way to support AFSC?

We're participating in North Texas Giving Day on Sept. 20, a huge fundraising day for nonprofits. This year, they added a feature where supporters can create their own fundraising pages for their favorite organization.

The setup process is simple. All moneys raised go straight to AFSC, so you don't have to manage a thing except telling your friends.

Set up a FUNdraising page for AFSC

Upcoming Events

  • Brews & Props III: October 13 / Duel Brewing ABQ, Albuquerque, NM / Auctioning 48 custom-painted 4' propellers by premier artists and suitable for hanging. Selling limited edition, signed, numbered posters. Live auction, food, music and fun. Proceeds benefit AFSC's New Mexico wing. Learn more about the event. There's an online auction for those who cannot attend in person!
  • Race of Angels 5K: December 8 / Conroe–North Houston Regional Airport. Registration now open!
  • Keep up with AFSC events on our Facebook page or on our website.

Pilots Who Flew Their 1st AFSC Mission in July

Greg Brownd (NW Texas)
Robert Haggard (NE Texas)
Douglas Lefeve (South Texas)
Daniel Millican (NE Texas)
 

AFSC's Top 10 Pilots – July 2018

David Prentice (South Texas) – 11 legs flown
Robert Byrd (SE Texas) – 7 legs flown
David Aldridge (SE Texas), John Key (NE TExas), Scott Young (SE Texas) – 6 legs flown each
Robert Garrett (NE Texas) – 5 legs flown
Melvin Jenschke (NE Texas), Karl Kulling (NE Texas) – 4 legs flown each
Raymond Bailey (NE Texas), Joe Grimes (NW Texas), Barry Richards (SE Texas), Fred Whitacre (NE Texas) – 3 legs flown each

THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO FLEW FOR AFSC THIS MONTH!

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