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Welcome to the home of the Mid Arkansas Radio Control Society. Here you will find a little bit of information about our club, it's history, location, and even some pictures of what goes on out at the field. If you are interested in R/C airplanes you have come to the right place! There are some directions to help you find our field if you would like to come out and watch, or participate in the fun. There is also a membership application on this site if you would like to join our club (check out the documents section for that).

And now for the News items: 

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Category: General
Posted by: Ryan

Hey Everyone,

I wanted to mention the 3d Bash taking place in Kennett Missouri. This event is geared towards 3d Airplanes primarily, and experience levels of all types are welcome. Come watch, or come fly. We will be having some fun up there. Several MARCS club members are going up, as well as some from the Conway club, and other local clubs. I will be there for sure!

The event takes place from September 4-7 in Kennett Missouri. More details can be found here:

http://www.3drcforums.com/showthread.php?2123-Kennett-Missouri-3D-Bash

There are some incredibly good raffle prizes being offered at this event!

Category: Club Events
Posted by: Ryan

The next club meeting is September 4th 2014 6:30pm at The Whole Hog Café in the Riverdale Shopping Center

The August Mish Mash is posted, take a look here

Category: General
Posted by: Ryan

Do you have a new plane, and no time to assemble it? I'll build it for you. I've put together over 50 arf's, and built about 30 kits. I enjoy assembling ARF's quite a bit, and would be happy to take on a build if you need. I generally charge about 75 dollars per build, and this includes about $10 in shop supplies (glue, knife blades, cleanup materials, solder, etc). With the average ARF taking 8-10 hours, this is a pretty cheap labor rate, about what a McDonald's worker makes. But it's relaxing and fun to me, so I don't mind. Easier planes might be a bit less, complicated ones might be a bit more. 
If you are interested, let me know!

-ryan
501-231-6479

 

 




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