Civil Air Patrol

Rube Goldberg Competition – Win an AWESOME prize!

 

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It will take a bit of work, but if your team creates the best Rube Goldberg machine at the 2016 Wisconsin Wing conference, your unit will receive an e-flite remote control aircraft.  This aircraft is especially designed for training new pilots, and is considered one of the greatest advancements in the remote control field in the last 30 years!  Now tell me you don’t want to have this in your unit!  If you are not aware of this amazing remote control airplane, learn more about it at http://www.e-fliterc.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdID=EFL3100.

But, to win — you have to register for the Rube Goldberg Contest.  The contest information, rules and registration information are attached.

So…what are you waiting for?  Get registered, get working and have some fun creating a Rube Goldberg device that may win your unit a fantastic prize.

The judging will take place at lunch on Saturday at the conference.  Be there.  Be the winner.  And when you think about the challenge, whether you win the prize or not…your creativity makes you and your unit a winner.

But, you have to REGISTER NOW, and start planning, building and having fun.  Send your registration information to the Wisconsin Wing Director of Aerospace Education at Peter.Boulanger@wiwg.cap.gov

Let Us Hear From You!

Unit commanders, please share with your members who are not on the Wing Info list and also Please Post on Your Unit Bulleting Board!

Note:  Three contenders are required to conduct the event. If there are not three or more contenders this prize may sit without a home.

The Director of Aerospace Education is looking for a project chairperson to help organize and run this event, as well as a cadet staff to help get the word out and encourage other teams to participate.  If you are interested, please contact Pete Boulanger at the e-mail address above.

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