Shoal Lake Flying Club has a broad base of members from a wide area.  There are many ways that people can be involved in the Club's work and activities.  The present executive includes:
President:  Diego Perez
Vice President:  Greg Little
Secretary:  Pete Dziver
Treasurer:  Russ Hamilton, (204) 759-2274, email Russ
Directors:  Kevin Nickel, Bruce McEwing

We welcome new members and of course volunteers for various projects, check the News and Events page for meeting and event dates and times!

Membership fees, include a 5% discount of 100LL fuel purchases: 
$25 Adult and Active flying members
$50 Associate (not active) flying members
$10 Youth under 17 years
$40 Family (allows 2 voting members)
$100 Business members
$100 Life Membership for non-flying members over 60 years, no fuel discount.

Active members attend meetings, consider serving in executive positions and participate in and assist with Club activities.
Associate members may live to far away to do the above

For information on becoming a member of Shoal Lake Flying Club, contact any of the executive members.

The photograph above was taken at our 2009 Homecoming Supper, Awards Night, and Social.  The photo includes 20 of the many pilots who had obtained licenses or permits at the Shoal Lake Airport since it opened in 1991.  See Flight Instruction for more information.

Honorary member, Prue Critchley, was honoured for her work on the Club DVD/CD and was instrumental in setting up this web site.

We were deeply saddened by the sudden death of J. R. (Dick) Edmundson during the summer of 2012.  Dick was one of two people who were instrumental in the effort that resulted in the building of the Shoal Lake Airport in 1991.  As Secretary-Treasurer of the Shoal Lake Airport Authority he was involved in every aspect of the operation and expansion of the Airport for a number of years after it was built.  Dick was also an active member of the Shoal Lake Flying Club and an organizer or volunteer in every project that we were involved in.  Not a licensed pilot, Dick took both unltralight and certified aircraft instruction and never missed the opportunity to go for a flight and was always eager to take the controls!  We miss him constantly but are inspired by his example to keep our aviation community active and healthy for at least the next 20 years!  We were deeply moved at the unveiling of our Airport sign and its dedication in Dick's memory at our Annual Social on March 2, 2013.  This was a joint project of the Flying Club and the Airport Authority.  It is fitting that Dick's likeness is there to greet arrivals at the Airport!

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