Carolina Balloon Association Annual Safety Seminar and Fun Fly
- Carolina Balloon Association Annual Safety Seminar and Fun Fly
- Mitchell Community College-Continuing Education Ce - Statesville, North Carolina
- Contact Name:
- Roger Clark
- Contact Email:
- Event Website:
You are invited to attend the 32nd annual Carolinas Balloon Association Safety Seminar and Fun Fly to be held in Statesville, NC. The dates for these events are Saturday, February 25th, 2023 for the Safety Seminar and the morning of Sunday, February 26th, 2023 for the Fun Fly weather permitting so the seminar attendees can put all that new-found knowledge to work.
On February 25th, In accordance with the BFA’s Continuing Education Safety Seminar Guidelines, the safety seminar committee is presenting a one-day agenda presented by a professional group of expert and knowledgeable speakers. The cost for the safety seminar for pilots will be $50.00 and crew members will be $25.00. Member pilots of the Carolina Balloon Association will receive a $10 discount and member crew and enthusiasts will receive a $5 discount. This year you can bundle your membership with your safety seminar fees. If you have already renewed your CBA membership you can just purchase the seminar with the additional member discounts. The Safety Seminar Committee is pleased to announce that Mitchell Community College in Statesville, NC has once again graciously provided its facilities to host the safety seminar.
- 219 N. Academy Street
- North Carolina
- Contact Name:
- Joseph Hurdt
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