The RC Pulsers of WNY exists to promote model aviation among it's members and the Western New York State community at large.
The RC Pulsers of WNY, Inc., is a not-for-profit corporation originally organized under the Membership Corporation Law of New York State. We are commonly referred to as the "Pulsers" and chartered by the AMA (Academy of Model Aeronautics), charter number 476. We have been a chapter member since April, 1981.
President: Frank Dalfonso
Vice President: Walt Blazynski
Secretary: Dick Pratt
Treasurer: Mike Charles
*Field Operations Coordinator: Mark Barden
*Safety Officer: Gary Pfender
*Webmaster: Mike Charles
George Hendel, Ray Markwardt, Warren Steinke, Andy Stockschlaeder
(*) Appointed officer positions
Becoming a new Member
Information about joining the Pulsers is available from any member. A new membership application is a pdf attachment below. Questions about becoming a member and new membership assistance is available from:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-683-6632
Yearly Membership Renewal
This year starting with the October general meeting, but not later the general membership meeting in February, a member must renew their annual membership. Failure to renew will mean having to re-apply for membership in the club. Consult the Members Information Website below for more details.
Website - for members, guests and others
Information specifically for members or guests of members of
the Pulsers is available at the members link below.
Your comments, or questions, on any item on this website
are welcomed - forward them to email@example.com
Last Update: 8/20/15
Copyright 2009-2015 All rights reserved
The next regular monthly meeting is
Tuesday, September 8th at 7:30 PM at
the Lancaster Senior HIgh School
If you are interested in serving on the Board
as an officer or director, contact Al Westerman
or Ray Markwardt by the September 8th
meeting. Elections take place at the
October 13th meeting.
May 24, 2015
Black Bear was seen in the woods
North of the flying field in Pembroke.
If you crash in the woods be
extremely careful and do not enter.
It is better to loose an aircraft verses
suffering injury or worse.
The field safety rules have been changed to
conform with the Akron Airport's removal of the
1,000' flying height limit at our flying field.
The new height limit is 400' conforming with
the FAA, AMA and our Board action
and effective immediately.
The video clips link below has been updated
with two new videos contributed by
"32 Degrees" ice cream & hot dogs+
stand is open as of June 17th.
Located on East Avenue heading
West - hungry a short & easy stop!
The 2015 membership roster has been updated
to reflect all current paid members of
the club, containing telephone numbers
and email addresses as of March 1, 2015.
It is updated as new members join, or
when roster data changes.
Click Recent Bulletins for historical bulletins
Did you know?
That you can find out what "dusk" times are
in the Buffalo NY area by clicking on the link below?
[Dusk hours in Buffalo NY]
Click Did you know? for historical information
Pembroke Flying Field Weather
General Club Information