First Canadian Chapter, Ninety-Nines – Oct Update

  * OCTOBER FLY-OUT (or drive) LUNCH — Sun Oct 16th, noon, at the Oshawa Airport.  Lunch will be held across the street to the Mandarin restaurant. Please RSVP to ensure we have a large enough table and enough seating.   * Upcoming webinar on Mon Oct 10th. For more information or to register for the webinar, please read the announcement below: What Happens When the Engine Goes Quiet? (10/10/16) Join us for a webinar on …

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The Ninety-Nines attend the Elsie MacGill Northern Lights Awards… view the photos here.

The Northern Lights Award was created 8 years ago by members of the First Canadian Chapter of the Ninety-Nines, with the mission to recognize outstanding women in aviation and aerospace, and to inspire and encourage increased participation in these industries by heightening their visibility as role models; promoting awareness of the vast opportunities in all sectors; ensuring organizations recognize and benefit from women’s diverse and untapped talents. Photos taken by …

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The Amelia Earhart Memorial Scholarships & Awards – The 2017 Scholarship applications are now available.

Each Applicant who belongs to the First Canadian Chapter needs to request a recommendation from our Chapter. Each Chapter Amelia Earhart Memorial Scholarship Chairman should notify members to submit scholarship applications by DECEMBER 1, 2016 · Amelia Earhart Memorial Scholarships for Women Pilots and  Fly Now Award for Student Pilot Members · Research Scholar Grants Amelia Earhart Memorial Scholarships for Women Pilots was established in 1940 to help deserving members to further accomplishments, today the Amelia Earhart …

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2016 FLY NOW AWARD WINNER – Jennie Paznar

Congratulations to Jennie Paznar on winning the Ninety-Nines, ‘FLY NOW’ Award! Jennie is enrolled in the one year Professional Pilot Program at Brampton Flight Centre and will graduate this Sept with a commercial multi-IFR rating. Hired as flight attendant with Air Canada, Jennie found herself spending a lot of time in the cockpit asking questions about flying. Many pilots encouraged her to follow her dreams, and acted as mentors to …

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