It is time to pay your annual dues.
All dues and donations to EAA932 are tax deductible
as we are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation
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We will be conducting events this year to raise funds for the
to sponsor student pilots.
Facebook: Galt Airport Young Eagles
Check out the Calendar under the Events menu for things to do.
Jun 17 Barnstormer’s Day
Jul 24-30 Oshkosh Airventure
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) was founded in 1953 by a group of individuals in Milwaukee, WI, who were interested in building their own airplanes. Since then it has grown into a thriving and diverse organization encompassing warbirds, vintage aircraft, aerobatic airplanes, ultralights, and helicopters with a membership of over 170,000 people and more than 900 local chapters.
About us: Chapter 932 flyer
EAA Chapter 932 is made up of a collection of aviation enthusiasts of varying backgrounds; pilots and non-pilots, model airplane builders and flyers, active and retired airline pilots, airplane owners and renters, restorers and builders. One thing we all have in common is a joy of aviation and the strong desire to promote it in our community.
According to the State of Illinois, the Chapter Corporation was filed on August 18th, 1989. The originating officers were: Dave Ostergarrd, Matin Moran, Jeffery Brenton, and Douglas Mather.
Chapter meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 10AM in the FBO at Galt Airport, Greenwood, IL. Since our primary goal is to have fun, we plan field trips when the opportunity arises and at least once a quarter we host a community event or fly-in.
One of our passions is promoting aviation to young people. Through our participation in the national EAA Young Eagles program, our volunteer pilots offer the opportunity to go flying in an airplane to kids ages 8 to 17. These flights are offered free of charge. The Youth Aviation Club is for area high school students to explore their interests in aviation with like-minded teens.
About the Airport
Galt Airport is a public-use non-towered airfield owned by Claude and Diane Sonday
The airfield offers a paved 3000 foot east-west runway and a north-south grass strip. Services include hangar rentals, aircraft maintenance, flight school and seasonal storage. It is located approximately eight miles northeast of Woodstock, Illinois. (Directions)
Visit the Galt Airport web site for more information.