Mr. Troy Schwable of the nature preserve has installed a locking cable across the entrance to the Hawks parking lot. Troy states that this is now required by the city. You can use the club membership combination to unlock this cable on the right hand side by the Hawks sign. Troy states the Hawks are responsible for locking the cable back up at night. I.E. the last one out locks up, just like the clubhouse and port-0-john.
Hello to all, Lee at Hobby Town U.S.A. is asking us if we know a Gentlemen who built a special B-24 or B-25 that he takes to the big warbird show in Florida each year. This airplane as Lee remebers it is expertly built and highly detailed. Lee does not remember or have the contact information for this person. If you are him, or you know him, would you please call Larry Roth (me) and I will pass on Lee's cell phone number to you. My numbr is in the contact list here on the website.
The HAWKS radio control club is located at 252 Joe Nuxhall Way in Hamilton, Ohio 45015. Please find the map link at the top right. We are an organization of dedicated model aircraft enthusiasts. We fly all sizes and types of RC planes and helicopters. We also teach newcomers to fly! We were formed in the fall of 1977. Bob Smorey was the club founder and its first elected president in 1978. The HAWKS currently administers a field on the City of Hamilton Waste Water Treatment Department of 17 acres and shares a 200 acre grassland set aside for wildlife and bird watching. The HAWKS have also administered several flying sites within Joyce Park and currently run our new facility (created in 2005) on Joe Nuxhall Way that boasts a 550' by 30' paved runway and taxiways.
Come on out and fly with us!