Modern Turf Sod Farm
   5925 Peach Orchard Rd
   Dalzell, SC 29040
   GPS: N34 03.355 W80 25.517















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For many years, LARKS has had a deep community involvement, donating over $34,000 to various charities. We have been involved in introducing modeling





During winter and fall months (no daylight savings time), we do not have a regular training sessions. Please contact a club officer and they will refer you to one of our instructors.




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Steve Livingston's Green Addiction
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1800 Ben Franklin Rd
     Leesville, SC 29070
     GPS: N 33 49.151 W 81 24.580
 River Side Golf Center
   1600 Garner Lane
   Columbia, SC 29210
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One of my favorite print RC Magazines is Fly RC. The March 2016 issue has an article about the Spring Fling. Buy a copy!

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Meeting Date: Thursday February 4th, 2026
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Flight Deck Restaurant
                 109-A Old Chapin Rd
                  Lexington, SC 29072
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Time to have a little fun with this. Jason Andersen sent this to me this last week. The Popular Science website has a funny take on the FAA problem with drones. The link to the site is:
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Member Spotlight (December 2015)
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Will the FAA Register Turtles?
to children of all ages, sending children to camp, doing flying demos at local schools, churches, and parks. We have also set up simulators and static displays at various locations as an educational experience to our community. We are always open to new ideas to promote our hobby to others in a safe way.
Paul Bergstrand is the club's Secretary -Treasurer
Top Raffle Prize at the Spring Fling!
The FAA registration site has gone up, but the AMA has asked us to delay registering for now as they go to bat for us. Check out this blog from their site.
AMA Government Relations Blog
http://www.popsci.com/airplanes-hit-more-turtles-than-drones
The most important message from the article: "This fits into a larger portrait of how bad people are at assessing risk, whether that of plane crashes, cyberterrorist attacks, or even the liklihood of rain. "
See the link of the week below about your privacy concerns!
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