VOLUME 207 ISSUE 07
A M o n t h ly P u b lic a ti on of the Al buquer que Aer os tat A s c e n s io n Ass oci ati on & E ducati on
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Contents 5 AAAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS 6 UPCOMING EVENTS 8 BOARD MEETING MINUTES 10 GENERAL MEETING MINUTES 12 COMMITTEE REPORTS 16 COMMUNITY RELATIONS 19 CREW CHIEF'S CORNER 24 TREASURER'S REPORT 27 PRESIDENTS REPORT 30 MEMBER BIRTHDAYS
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UPCOMING EVENTS AAAA Monthly Flying Event
When: August 10 6:00 am Where: Rio Rancho launch field
When: August 26 6:30-9:30 pm Where: Kelly Jo Designs by Wine
Top Gun Flying Event
AAAA General Meeting
When: August 17 5:45 am Registration 6:00 am Pilot Briefing Where: Balloon Fiesta Offices
When: August 27 6:00 pm Social Hour 6:30 pm Meeting Begins Where: Balloon Museum
AAAA Board Meeting
Private Pilot Ground School
When: August 19 5:30 - 7:00pm Where: Balloon Fiesta Offices
The 2020 Ground School Schedule • PPGS #1 - February 21 – 23rd • CPGS - April 24 – 26th • PPGS #2 - June 5 – 7th
Elizabeth Wright-Smith Pilot School: • FAR pt 141 training from the most experienced instructor in the Southwest • Flexible schedules. One-on-one flight or ground school • Private, commercial or add-ons • Biennial flight reviews Designated Pilot Examiner: Available for private, commercial or add-on rating check rides in the Albuquerque area Cameron Balloon Sales: Buy from a dealer with over 20 years experience flying and selling Cameron balloons without overhead costs.
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BOARD MEETING MINUTES AAAA Board Meeting (Canceled for July) BFA BALLOON CAMP 2019
Another successful Balloon Camp was held in July. Seventeen campers (including 3 with scholarships from AAAA) enjoyed 6 days of flying, tethering, classroom, and other activities. Thanks to all our pilots and volunteers for the time and effort in making this a great camp for the kids.
B o a r d M e e ti n g M i n u t e s
GENERAL MEETING MINUTES AAAA General Meeting Minutes
Tuesday July 23, 2019 Submitted by Susan Oldenburg, AAAA Secretary
At 6:30 PM our Vice President, Jennifer, opened the meeting with a welcome to our guests - From Los Lunas, the Osborn family, Stephon, Leah, Sawyer, & Ester. Rio Rancho, Zeriah & Shawn Lenard, and Kendra, Kierstlynn, & Charles Wehner, and finally from Albuquerque, Kaylee Zlotkin, JD & Marian Padilla and Veda Ortego. Congratulations go out to Morghan Chando & Ken Beebe for obtaining their Commercial certification this month. Our presentation this month consisted of six local Rio Grande Balloon Camp campers providing their observations, likes and dislikes from the recent Camp. In summary the favorite part of Balloon Camp was being able to pilot a balloon. Learning about the weather was also a favorite, and the friendships gained rounded out the best parts of the camp. As with all teenagers, the worst part of the camp was getting up so early in the morning. Changes they would like to see for next year consisted mostly of more hands on with less classroom lessons, and learning more about competition flying. Following the discussion with the campers there was a pictorial overview of the camp activities, then the live TV interview conducted by Steve Stucker from KOB TV. NM Quilters’ Association presented the 2019 Balloon quilt. They are starting to design the quilt for the 50th anniversary of Balloon Fiesta. To have your balloon considered for the quilt, a release form will need to be submitted with a color picture of your balloon. For more information visit their website nmqa.org. The Board was convened. Members present: President (Caryn); Vice President (Jennifer); Treasurer (Dick); Secretary (Sue); Special Events (Katie); Ways & Means (Madison); Education (Don); Flying Events (Zerek). Members absent: Community Relations (Jason). Vice President (Jennifer) – The August program will be a safety presentation by Beth Wright-Smith. September will be a showing of the 2019 Balloon Fiesta Safety video, and October’s program will be a Fiesta wrap up. 10
Secretary (Sue) – Reminder that mid-year membership dues are in effect - $15.00 for a Regular membership with a Family membership (over 16 years of age) remaining at $5.00. Treasurer (Dick) – Pie Charts and summary will be in the Cloudbouncer. As always if you need further information or explanation, contact Dick at firstname.lastname@example.org. Committee reports were presented and will be in the Cloudbouncer. Community Relations report was presented by Jennifer.
Other Ballooning Organizations: BFA – No representation. VFRS – No representation. FAA – No representation. Top Gun (Steve Mezzancello & Will Fitzpatrick) – Steve – July ‘s event had 17 pilots sign in but due to increasing winds speeds it was cancelled. Will – Top Gun is an Educational organization providing mentorship to pilots wanting to hone their skills and increase abilities necessary for precision flying. If interested, contact any Top Gun Board member or come out to the next flying event. AIBF (Jennifer Garcia) – A reminder that pilot photos are due by July 31 with all other required paperwork due by September 1. Balloon Museum/Foundation – No representation. Balloon Explorium – No representation. A special acknowledgement for Sandra VanWye, who received her Private certification in April, for being the first, and at this time the only, Chillan to receive a pilot’s certificate with a Balloon rating.
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COMMITTEE REPORTS Education PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
The 2020 Ground School registrations are open and online on the AAAA website. The 2020 Ground School Schedule is: • PPGS #1 - February 21 – 23rd • CPGS - April 24 – 26th • PPGS #2 - June 5 – 7th Registration should be online soon for all three schools.
2019 FIESTA SAFETY SEMINAR
The theme for this year’s seminar is “In Support of Flying”. Speakers and subjects are still being finalized. Registration is available online now. The fees are $35 for AAAA members, $45 for non-members and $25 for crew and others. The seminar is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 8 in the Sid Cutter Pilots’ Pavilion from 1 to 5 pm. We have been assured that both RPS and AIR insurance agencies will give their full seminar discounts for this event.
ROAD SCHOLAR-FIESTA PRESENTATIONS:
We have four Road Scholar tour group presentations scheduled during the balloon fiesta. This fewer sessions than in years past but these will be larger groups totaling about 365 attendees.
The Rio Grande Balloon Camp was held July 13 to 18 and was a huge success. We had only one day when no balloons were able to fly but the campers were still given instruction on laying out the systems and pre-flight procedures. By the end of camp, all the campers got to fly and had “burner time” either in free flight or on tether. We would like to thank all our sponsors and donors who will be listed in the next Cloudbouncer. But we would especially like to thank the AAA-IBM, Rainbow Ryders, and Aerco for their above and beyond contributions to the camp. We would also like to thank all the staff, pilots and crew who gave their time and effort.
Vice President Neida Courtney Bueno will be our presenter this month reviewing the Albuquerque Balloon Camp, which was just held last week. Neida Courtney will be at the meeting to present this year’s Balloon Fiesta Quilt. NM Quilters will also be there with releases for your balloon. Raffle tickets will be sold in the Museum, not in the meeting area. Thank you to the Balloon Fiesta field crew for finding AAAA a smaller shed in the same location. Another huge thank you to fellow board members for coming and helping sort and move into the new shed.
Next month we will have a safety corner discussion with Beth Wright-Smith regarding proper securing of your tanks in your trailer.
Flying Events We were jam packed with fun stuff for our July event. We had 38 pilots checked in and 1 successfully threw a baggie. Congrats to Mo Chando for his first place throw! Some campers from the Rio Grande Balloon Camp flew off the south end of the field. Big thanks to all the pilots that flew or helped with the camp this year! The Zebras got some footage to use in their training videos for future zebras. Thank you to all the pilots that participated in getting so they could put that together. Our next event is August 10th at the Rio Rancho launch field. Registration starts at 6:00am. Briefing is at 6:30am. See you there!
Ways and Means Your 2019 roster is here!!! Look to pick up your copy at the General Meeting. Your new 2019 pin has arrived!!! Come to the Ways & Means table at the next general meeting to purchase one for $5. Have you seen the Barista Tumblers we are selling?? They come with two lids for Hot/Cold drinks. These mugs have a 17 oz capacity, they keep your beverages hot/cold for up to 12 hours, they are vacuum sealed, stainless steel and dishwasher safe! These mugs are specially designed and include the 2019 logo/pin on them. They are only $20 each! Have any fundraising ideas? Let me know! ways-means@ hotairballooning.org
Special Events Ice cream social went very well! Lots of participation and we went through 8 gallons of ice cream! AAAA picnic will be held following the August flying event at Mariposa Park! Bring a side dish to pass. The burgers and dogs will be provided! Please come join us! Jingle Bell and Friends & Lovers events are fast approaching! We'd welcome your time and talents in putting together these amazing events! Contact Katie Hefron to join the Special Events Committee! email@example.com
Crew Development Crew development put together the tailgate cook off for the July flying event. Unfortunately no crews signed up to participate. We attribute this to multiple things happening during this flying event. If you or your crew would be interested in doing the cook off at a future flying event, send an email to Crewfirstname.lastname@example.org. If we have enough interest, we will revisit the idea of doing it this fall. Crew development is also hosting an introduction to balloons/ crewing seminar for the navigators on September 8th. This year will not be held during the flying event due to schedule conflicts. We could still use 3-4 balloons to help demonstrate their systems to participants. This will not be associated with a flight. Contact crew-dev@hotairballooning. org.
C o mmitt e e R e p o r ts
TITLE SPONSOR Balloon Federation of America
FACILITIES University of New Mexico Anderson-Abruzzon Albuquerque International Balloon Museum Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta (AIBF)
ACTIVITIES AERCO Balloon Repair Station Rainbow Ryders Air Traffic Control
SCHOLARSHIPS Albuquerque Aerostat Ascension Association (AAAA) Anthony Lard Birthday Fund Balloon Federation of America Buzz Wills Memorial Fund Carolinas Balloon Association Central Texas Balloon Association Chicks Fly
Fédération Aéronautique Internationale Hyggelig Hot Air Balloon Crew Cindy Wall Marvin Schott Midwest Safety Seminar Southwest Regional Balloon Club Tortuga del Fuego Balloon Crew Valencia Flying and Retrieval Society (VFRS)
GOODS AND SERVICES AERCO Aviation Insurance Resources Alliance (IMC) Chick's Fly Dion's Pizza Friends & Lovers Rally Gateway Aerostatic Association Gordon Schwontkowski Joe Heartsil Lindstrand PepsiCo Premier Distributing RPS Vic's Daily Cafe
AAAA Education Foundation Albuquerque Int. Balloon Fiesta Cameron Balloons Chick-fil-A Elizabeth Walker Frito-Lay Garcia's Kitchen Hot Air Ballooists.com Kubicek/American Balloons Lu & Tammy Toxvard Pepsi Beverages Co Ray Bair Smith's Walgreen's
American Fire Protection Group Aerocardz Carolinas Balloon Association Classic Signs FAI (World Air Sports Federation) Ferrell Gas Golden Pride Ideum La Puerat Realty LTA Colorado Safety Seminar Plano Pins Rainbow Ryders VFRS Walmart
C o mmitt e e R e p o r ts
COMMUNITY RELATIONS Date and Time of Event: Organization Organizing the Event: Name, Description and Benefitting Group of the Event:
Desired Participation from Balloonist: Is this for a non-profit organization:
August 10th , 9 am IOE Memorial Fund IOE Memorial Fund was formed to honor the memory of Ian, Olivia, and Elijah Mascarenas who were tragically lost to domestic violence in December 2016. The goals of the fund are to sponsor at-risk youth/children living in poverty to play baseball (full scholarship including all necessary equipment) to make a positive impact on their life with college scholarships coming at a later date. A hot air balloon ride for 2 to raffle off Yes, not officially a 501c at the moment paperwork pending
Will propane be provided or reimbursed for pilot: Contact Person's Name, Phone Number, and Email:
Date and Time of Event: Organization Organizing the Event: Name, Description and Benefitting Group of the Event:
Saturday, Sept 14th, 2019 @ 5am Sandia Crest Marathon Half of our marathon and half marathon participants are from out of state so we were hoping to have balloons at the start and possibly the finish line of the marathon. We are hoping to show both New Mexicans and out of towners how amazing Albuquerque is. are hoping to show both New Mexicans and out of towners how amazing Albuq No, but we do give a percentage of our proceeds to Cibola National Forest. possibly
Is this for a non-profit organization: Will propane be provided or reimbursed for pilot: Contact Person's Name, Phone Number, and Email:
Joshua Mascarenas 505 991 5642 IOEMemorialFund@gmail.com
Erin Haslam: 263-1484, email@example.com or Katie Bergsten: 903-2420, firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com
Date and Time of Event: Organization Organizing the Event:
"Night for Sight," Aug 9th at Sandia Resort Our 501 (c)(3): The Juliette RP Vision FoUNDATION
Name, Description and Benefitting Group of the Event:
The Juliette RP Vision Foundation. Our mission is twofold: 1. Provide higher education scholarships for visually impaired students. 2. Provide research grants to young scientists (MD/OD/PhD) who are conducting Retinitis Pigmentosa research or retina related eye disease research.
This year we have awarded 10 college scholarships and 2 research grants. Desired Participation from Balloonist: We are requesting donation of a balloon ride as an item for our silent auction. The Balloonist can set the parameters of the ride to include but not limited to date, length of ride, number of people, etc. Is this for a non-profit organization: Will propane be provided or reimbursed for pilot: Contact Person's Name, Phone Number, and Email:
Yes We can make arrangements for propane with the individual pilot. Paula M. Strosnider, 505-264-5436, email@example.com
The Santa Fe Village Neighborhood Association located near the Taylor Ranch Library in Albuquerque is requesting a free hot air balloon ride for two as their grand prize as a donation for the annual National Night Out across the United States. This is a family friendly event to promote safety within our neighborhoods. We will have fire and police personnel present, games for all ages, a pot luck/covered dish to name a few of our plans. This even will be held August 6th. If you are able to
Dat e a n d T im e o f Ev e n t :
Albuquerque Aerostat Ascension Association AAAA Education Foundation Treasurerâ€™s Report
COMMENTS: CASH: So, here we are one month into our new fiscal year and not much to talk about. I believe the numbers speak for themselves on the Pie Charts, so I wonâ€™t say anything about them. Enjoy your summer and watch those envelope temps. INCOME STATEMENT: At the end of June we were showing an excess of disbursements over revenue of $5,653 in the Education Foundation compared to $3,144 for the same period last year. Excess disbursements over revenue in the AAAA Club were $493 compared to $-398 for the same period last year. Closing Comments: You will find in this issue of the CloudBouncer a one page summary of both the Education Foundation and the AAAA Club Statements of Receipts and Disbursements with Budget Comparison along with illustrative Pie Charts, which I hope you will take the time to review. I welcome any questions, comments, or thoughts for improvement. Dick Rice Treasurer Treasurer@hotairballooning.org
T r e as u r e r ' s r e p o r t
AAAA Statement of Receipts & Disbursements with Budget Comparison One month ended 6/30/2019
Annual Budget 6/1/2019- 6/30/2020
Ordinary Income/Expenses Income
Other Types of Income Membership Board & Administration Flying Events Programs
0.00 30.00 1.46 0.00 0.00
0.00 17,000.00 20.00 4,800.00 0.00
23.20 51.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 450.00 0.00
8,550.00 4,000.00 600.00 0.00 765.00 1,250.00 6,655.00 0.00
Expenses Flying Events Special Events Membership Facilities and Equipment Board and Administration Other Types of Expenses - Insurance Programs Community Relations Total Expenses Net Ordinary Income
T r e as u r e r ' s r e p o r t
AAAA Education Foundation
Income & Expense Comparison with Budget
Annual Budget 6/1/2018 - 5/31/2019
Ordinary Income/Expense Income
Chase Crew Development Communications Dividends Education Special Events Ways & Means Direct Public Support Other Types of Income
Total Income Expense
Total Expense Net Income
Communications Chase Crew Development Education Special Events Ways & Means Board and Miscellaneous Facilities and Equipment Operations
0.00 50.00 7.52 645.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
1,500.00 1,100.00 100.00 29,500.00 25,600.00 13,000.00 600.00 100.00
0.00 0.00 2,708.30 0.00 3,407.00 148.53 0.00 91.31
1,400.00 1,000.00 21,500.00 34,600.00 9,500.00 700.00 0.00 2,800.00
T r e as u r e r ' s r e p o r t
CREW CHIEF'S CORNER Join us again in September for more Crew Chief Corner tips, news, and updates!
Paint and Wine Night Fundraiser, hosted by AAAA, will be held August 26th 6:30-9:30 pm Kelly Jo Designs by Wine 6829 4th Street NW Los Ranchos, NM 87107 505.341.1893 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBMITTED BY: ED DEAL
s u b mitt e d b y : E d D e a l
PRESIDENTS REPORT AAAA
In a club the size of ours there are always several different groups of people. We tend to stay within our own group. Those that we grew up with or those that brought us into the sport of ballooning.
Top Gun (Steve Mezzancello & Will Fitzpatrick)
What I am asking is that you branch out of your group. Get to know others in our ballooning community. Talk to other club members you don't know or have been afraid to approach. Talk to the museum and their volunteers. Talk to Fiesta and their volunteers. Talk the paid ride operators. Talk to the DPEs. Talk to our sponsors. Talk to Top Gun Competition. Talk to the FAA. Talk to BFA. Talk to Rally Balloon Meisters. Talk to our committee members. Talk to our AAAA Board members. Talk to Balloon Explorium. Talk to Chick's Fly members. Talk to CAP members. Talk to our Youth. Talk to ATC. Talk to any other group that I forgot to mention. All these different groups are a wealth of knowledge about their part of ballooning.
Top Gun is an Educational organization providing mentorship to pilots wanting to hone their skills and increase abilities necessary for precision flying. If interested, contact any Top Gun Board member or come out to the next flying event.
July â€˜s event had 17 pilots sign in but due to increasing winds speeds it was cancelled.
You might just learn something new and even make some new and exciting lifelong friends. Caryn Welz
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AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS SID CUTTER AWARD The Albuquerque Aerostat Ascension Association (AAAA) is now accepting nominations for the Sid Cutter Award. First awarded in 1975, this award is presented annually in Sid Cutterâ€™s name by the AAAA to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the sport of hot air ballooning. The nominee should be an individual whose extraordinary dedication has benefited the hot air ballooning community as a whole and is someone whose actions and efforts are not otherwise widely or publicly recognized. This award is presented during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta Awards Luncheon in October. Recipients of the Sid Cutter Award are also awarded an honorary membership in AAAA. Written nominations must be submitted to the AAAA Board of Directors prior to the last day of August. Mail nominations to: AAAA Board of Directors PO Box 90160; Albuquerque, NM 87199-0160, or email to: email@example.com.
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MEMBER BIRTHDAYS HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
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Barney Watson Bryana Cannaday Bryan Bortner Janice McCrary Rice Margie Woodall Tom Mullinax Bill Dimmitt Tonya Griego Orele Fisher Anita Little Zerek Welz Bob Woodall Jimmy Smoak Rod May Yolanda Baca Janet Weis Steven Mezzancello Mike Hoover Elisa Trillanes Raymond Palmer Patrick Slater Jeffrey Ashworth Scott Appleman Gary Shank
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