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President’s Message


Hello EAA members and  family, This is Stephen Foster and I am the new President of EAA Chapter 1432. I would like to thank all our friends and members for their continued support and look forward to seeing you at the Hanger for a meeting, event or a BBQ this year.  We have a lot of new things in the works and if its been awhile since you have been out please come join us again. The weather has finally started to get warm and we look forward to seeing everyone soon.


One thing I would like to do this year is continue our Thursday Build night. Every Thursday night we would like to get together and build something. Any ideas? Work with the students, help a member with a repair or project, make something. Have any aviation related ideas for this night?


The new year will come with goal settings and new challenges. Please think about volunteering and partici-pating with chapter activities. Volunteerism is what drives the chapters success and of course monetary donations. Thank you to those members that have done these two important things to continue to make the chapter grow. 

I hope to see all of you soon and will continue to push for more club engagement and activities.

Stephen Foster President


EAA Chapter 1432 Outreach

EAA Chapter 1432 participated in outreach The high schools were Tokay High as well as Lincoln High, both were STEM events, this past April and May. Outreach included a fuselage of a T211, various EAA handouts, etc. Our booths were staffed by EAA volunteers. Students from the Youth Eagles Aviation program also partici-pated. Outreach also included Multicultural Day in Elk Grove. All events were well attended due to a two-year absence due to Covid 19.




  • Build a connected aerospace education network to address the aerospace workforce issue.

  •  Help aerospace education programs collect and use data in addressing the workforce issue.

  •  Enhance programs’ recruitment of students by connecting programs with other programs in the pipeline.

  •  Identify and share best practices. 

  • Establish collective advocacy for aerospace education programs. 

  • Help programs’ alumni get jobs in aero




P.O. Box 9104

Stockton, CA 95208

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