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NARCA to hold open house on June 21

Jeremy Hartmann of Birmingham and Chris Woodward of Nashville look over Woodward's J-4 Tow plane during a NARCA meet. (CONTRIBUTED)
Jeremy Hartmann of Birmingham and Chris Woodward of Nashville look over Woodward’s J-4 Tow plane during a NARCA meet. (CONTRIBUTED)

HARVEST – The North Alabama Radio Control Association (NARCA) will hold its third annual Open House on June 21.

The event will be held at the NARCA club field in Harvest. Visitors can access the field by driving three-tenths of a mile north of Harvest Road on Carroll Road.

“Everyone is welcome to come out and be a spectator, but you must be an American Modelers Association (AMA) member to fly,” club member Rick Nelson said. “Activities should start mid-morning and will continue until late afternoon.”

For more information about NARCA, call Clifford Lanham at 256-325-3775 or email to clanham@knology.net, email to Nelson at RNelson898@aol.com or visit flynarca.com.

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