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2012 LITH Fly-In/Drive-In Pancake Breakfast
Lake in the Hills Airport (3CK), Lake in the Hills, IL (Local Weather)
The event is for EVERYONE so come on out!
Join us for breakfast at Lake in the Hills airport! Pancakes, eggs, sausage with coffee and orange juice and lots of hangar flying. It's All-You-Can-Eat for $7 for adults ($4 for kids under 12) but make sure you do your weights balance before you try to take off later!
The proceeds of this event will fund our aviation scholarships for qualifying young adults, EAA Young Eagles program for motivating the pilots of tomorrow, and for other EAA Chapter programs and events.
Rain or shine, join us for breakfast this Sunday! Come see the airport, the planes, and talk with the pilots... heck, just come for great pancakes! See you there.
|Where||Lake In The Hills Airport 8407 Pyott Rd, Lake In the Hills, IL 60156 (Follow the signs to the big airplane hangar!)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 am–12:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Lake In The Hills Airport
Parts of Lake in the Hills still feels open and expansive, including a section of Pyott Road that's home to the Lake in the Hills Airport. Pilot Joe Sener, who uses the village-operated airport as the home base for his single-engine plane, says he loves the freedom his aircraft and the airport give him. Multiple Cessna and Piper aircraft, which are privately owned, are parked in the airport's numerous hangars. A fueling station is on site, as well as maintenance bays and a company that coordinates ground travel for folks flying into the airport. Also, Blue Skies Flying Service uses the airport as a base for its flying school. An office located in a building painted the color of a grayish blue sky has a small seating area. On a recent afternoon, a Piper Arrow sat on the airport field, as if waiting for someone to take it in the air. Later that day, a plane did take off, rumbling down the airport's single runway and coasting into a sunset sky.