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FVPi Easter 2018 Orientation Fly-In

    

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This event began 03/29/2018 and repeats every day until 03/31/2018

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FVPi will be holding an orientation fly-in at our Gunderman Airfield over the 2018 Easter long weekend. If you have nothing planned for the weekend or just want to get out of the house for the day, come on down. There's plenty of activities in and around the airfield to keep you, the wife and kids entertained such as fishing, swimming, bush walking or just kick back and relax along the river front if the weathers down.
Sunday breakfast will be supplied by the club, so bring essentials outside of the breakfast.
So, pack your motor,maybe a fishing rod or two and come down to enjoy the spectacular Hawkesbury.

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