At the recent meeting, approval was given for the new Official Club Polo shirt.
These shirts are available from Embroidery Creations (see link below) and are the ONLY shirts approved by the Club.
If you need an new Polo shirt then go along to Embroidery Creations in Olive St Albury (next to Centrelink) and order a shirt. The cost is a reasonable $32 and an extra $5 if you option for a pocket.
The staff at Embroidery Creations know the logo size and location so all you need to do is advise them of your size.
Click here to see Google Map of location for Embroidery Creations
Click here to visit Embroidery Creations website
Club stalwart Barry Kilpatrick travelled to Melbourne last week for an operation on his heart (yes it seems he does have one).
Barry came through the op all ok and with 3 new valves and a bit of additional tweaking here and there he is on the mend and will soon be back terrorising anyone who gets in his way.
On behalf of TCMAC and all the members we wish Baz a speedy recovery.
The committee and members of TCMAC would like to express our thoughts and condolences to our Treasurer Rod McRae on the passing of his father Donald. All of our prayers are with you and your family at this sad time.
McRAE. — Donald Bernard
Passed away peacefully on January 10, 2020
Aged 102 years
Loved husband of Amy (dec). Loved father of Russell and Rodney. Loved father-in-law of Jackie and Peta. Loved grandpa of Jason (dec), Brenton, Danielle, Alison and Stewart. Great grandfather of Tom, Greta, Rory and Parker.
Mum and Dad reunited.
For funeral arrangements see later newspaper.
Publication: Herald Sun
Thanks to all those who registered to help out at the club fundraiser on December 26th at Bunnings Wodonga.
The roster is below but it’s not too late to add you name if you would like to help out.
just email Tim at
Time Slot Attendees
8-15 to 10AM Michael Guinness
10 to 11 Tim Knight
11 to 12 Tim Knight
Charlie & Sheree Kuljurgies
12 to 1PM Graeme Frauenfelder
1 to 2 Graeme Frauenfelder
2 to 3 Edwin Ford
3 to 4-30 Andy Gordon
Our next Club fundraiser will be a Sausage Sizzle at Bunnings.
Sunday December 29th
Please consider adding your name to the roster.
For further information or to volunteer some time to help, see Tim Knight
A report by David Balfour
The second annual Classic Airplane Rally
Twin Cities Model Aero Club conducted their second Classic Airplane display last weekend November 23 / 24.
The event features aircraft from the ‘Classic’ period of aviation from 1910 to 1950, the first 40 years of aviation.
Aircraft are displayed in era groupings, this year 35 scale models were displayed.
The event is a flying and static display and the winning model is selected by Mr Jim Williams, proprietor of the Albury based aircraft business Classic Airplanes, hence the events name.
The winner of this years event was local members Ken Osborne with his Albury Monoplane. This aircraft was the first aircraft to be built and flown in Albury in 1913.
A full size replica of this aircraft hangs from the roof inside the Albury City Library.
The weather over the weekend was a bit on the hot side which detracted from the day, hope for better conditions next time.
These events do not just happen, many members contributed their time in preparing and in the running of the weekend, thanks to all who helped out.
To see pictures of the event head over to the Gallery section of the website.
Jump over to the Gallery – Video page and check out the new videos filmed by Neil B with his drone, awesome footage Neil let keep it up.
An article reproduced from RCM&E for members to consider the options of converting your IC models to Electric
A Report by Darrell Smailes
The CLAS NSW Championship for speed and team race was conducted over the long weekend of October 4th to October 7th 2019.
Approximately 25 entrants from Vic, NSW, SA, Qld, WA & New Zealand competed over the weekend which was heralded a huge success.
The events counted towards points to qualify for the 2020 World Championships to be held in Poland.
Past World Champions and competitors were well represented over the weekend.
A great weekend was enjoyed by all, due mainly to our club facilities and the local area amenities.
Two speed records were broken subject to confirmation.
Thank you for the Club support and we are now gearing up for our TCMAC Control Line GrandPrix, January 2nd to 5th, run over 4 days (see Events calendar for details).
A mixture of events from speed, team race, combat and stunt will be conducted and early indications are very positive that the event will attract many competitors from throughout the Australia.
A Report by Rob Hulett
Around 25 competitors entered the APA event held at TCMAC last weekend, with practice on Friday & 2 days of competition Saturday and Sunday. Several classes ran over the weekend and 5 entrants came from TCMAC.
Congrats to Adeh Becker and Peter Webb for coming in at 1
st & 2 nd in the Sportsman class, with only a few points separating them.
In Advanced, Rob Hulett came in at #3, just sneaking in front of Warren Leach & Chris Henry went well in F3A but was outpointed on the day.
Compliments flowed from our visitors on the state of the facilities, thanks again due to the hard work members have put in with mowing and working bees.