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  • Hobbyist ChrisYedinak of the Fairview Flyers Club, Hamburg, flies his electric Blade CP Pro Mini-Heli during the Tuscarora R/C Flying Club's Rotor Bash. Yedinak said thelithium battery as a big step upfor R/C hobbyistand enthusiasts. Andy Leibenguth…
    Hobbyist ChrisYedinak of the Fairview Flyers Club, Hamburg, flies his electric Blade CP Pro Mini-Heli during the Tuscarora R/C Flying Club's Rotor Bash. Yedinak said thelithium battery as a big step upfor R/C hobbyistand enthusiasts. Andy Leibenguth/times news
Published June 16. 2011 05:01PM

Flying clubs and radio controlled enthusiasts and hobbyists from around the region gathered at the Tuscarora State Park last Friday and Saturday as the Tuscarora Radio Controlled (R/C) Flying Club held its annual annual Rotor Bash.

Club member and Marine Corps veteran Gerald Henderson pointed out that all the proceeds went to the Wounded Warriors Project, which raises awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, helps injured service members aid and assist each other and provides unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.

The Tuscarora RC Flying Club holds various events throughout the year. For more information about the club, RC flying, and all their events, visit their website at www.TuscaroraRCFlyingClub.com.

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