Welcome 2015

Hello everyone! "Happy New Year". I hope it went well. Let me introduce myself, I am Tony Rossi, your newly elected President. I have over 45 years in the hobby starting with control line, free flight, R/C and have even messed around with R/C Boats (boring). I previously served as the club's VP for three years and President for two. I am an Associate Vice President for the AMA District II for the last seven years.

I have made many friends in the Signal Senders and have watched the club grow from twelve members to over one hundred.

I want to thank Dave Rollino, our former President, for everything he has done for the club and I hope to continue his passion for the hobby.

Some things that I believe are essential to a club are:

  • Exchange of knowledge
  • Friendship
  • Enthusiasm
  • Willingness to share ideas
  • Pride in their flying field
  • Volunteer in setting up contests
  • Participation in contests
  • Welcoming new people to join the club
  • Participate in "Tips and Tricks"
  • Willing to show off their new projects at meetings
  • My mission is to see the club have success and see it grow.

    Thanks
    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!


    BILLBOARD

    Next Club Meeting is Tuesday, January 27th

    Atoms RC Flea Market, February 7th

    WRAM Show February 20th, 21st and 22nd

    Lebanon Flea Market, March 14th

    February Club Meeting is Tuesday, February 24th 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!