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The BCKA now has it’s very own Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/British-Columbia-Kitefliers-Association/189932907859764 ) and as the first order of business, a huge shout out to Ray Bethell, who was awarded one of kitings highest honours last night at the AKA’s Grand Nationals in Seaside, Oregon.
From the AKA’s website, a description of the award :
“The Kiteflier of the Year will be a person who, during their lifetime, will have shown friendly, loving, fair, and even-handed concern for:
- People in general, but kitefliers in particular,
- Kiteflying in general, but for craftsmanship and technical developments in particular, and
- Communication in general, but for leading and participating in kite events in particular.
This certainly describes Ray! Known worldwide for his kiteflying, we can think of nobody better suited to win this award. Congratulations Ray!
Take a break from the turkey, and trot on over to Vanier Park for the One Sky, One World Fly for Peace, Sunday October 13th.
Please be advised that the Annual General Meeting of the British Columbia Kiteflyers Association will take place on Sunday October 27th from 11:00 to 2:00 at the Steveston Community Centre. See details below.
Annual General Meeting of the British Columbia Kiteflyers Association
Sunday October 27, 2013 - 11:00 – 2:00
Steveston Community Centre
4111 Moncton Street
New Members and old!
Come out and meet the current Executive of the British Columbia Kiteflyers Association. Hear reports on this year’s festivals; see how the Club stands financially; find out how you can get involved in next year’s events.
Do you have ideas on how to increase membership? Raise funds? Get corporate sponsorships? Want to spearhead new activities or events?
Come give us your input. Your ideas and suggestions are always appreciated.
Hope to see many of you there!
Our monthly club fun fly is this coming Sunday, August 11th at Centennial Beach in South Delta!
Just a reminder about the Fun Fly on Monday July 1 at Garry Point Park in Steveston.
Hoping for dry and sunny skies to celebrate Canada’s 146th birthday!
Hope to see many of you there.