President's Corner

Hi everyone, it's been a heck of a winter and I know everyone is anxious to get out to the field and fly. A couple of interesting items came up this winter that I would like to share with the club.

The most important is that the executives for the club were asked to update our current Park Rules to reflect park flyers, Quad copters and FPV (First Person View) drones and how the park should deal with this new technology. The Executive board has finished the update and it is now being submitted to the Park for final approval. If everything goes well we should have them in place by the end of April.

Second as an AVP for the AMA, I want to reflect on the new rules that are being implemented by the FAA regarding FPV and Drones. Right now the FAA is honoring the decision of the Congress to separate R/C line of sight from FPV, Drones and Quads. That is not to say that the FAA won't try to enforce the new rules on R/C aircraft so be ready for the fight. For more information you can visit the AMA web site by clicking here.

I hope everyone is ready for our April Model Expo, a chance to show off all that hard work you did on your new model for this season. As you know we will have two categories, ARF and Kit/Scratch-built. Each category will have a first and second place winner so don't be shy, bring out your new project to the April Club Meeting.

Well that's it for now see ya at the March meeting.

Tony Rossi

"Keep em Flyin"

2015 Officers Elected

The Somerset Signal Senders Officers for 2015 were elected at the November club meeting.

2015 Club Officers
2015 Club Officers (l to r) Dave Szabo (Treasurer), Michael Ahiff (Member-At-Large), Jim Vigani (Vice President), Tony Rossi (President), Dave Rollino (Past President), John Samtak (Secretary)

Congratulations to all of our officers!


Next Club Meeting is Tuesday, April 28th

Happy Easter!

SEFF Week April 20 - 26

Model Expo at April Club Meeting - Bring Your Winter Projects!

May Club Meeting is Tuesday, May 26th at 8pm

2015 Events Calendar Updated

Want to see what the Somerset Signal Senders are up to this year? Our events calendar is updated and filled with exciting contests!

Kite Eating Tree

Stuck In A Tree?

Have you lost a plane in one of the trees at the field? Can't get it down?

Call Alex Schanschieff at (908) 616-2754 for a long, helping hand!