The Harvard Club of the Palm Beaches
Invites you to attend
“A Passion for Flight: From Beech Skipper to Lancair Evolution”
- HYBRID EVENT -
Have you ever looked to the sky and seen a small aircraft aloft and wondered what it would be like to be that pilot? Are they flying just to enjoy the view or are they launching on a big trip with their friends or family? Michael Meade, a licensed pilot since 1987, who has owned three aircraft, will share his knowledge, experiences, and passion for powered flight and will try to answer all your questions along the way.
Meade, CEO of Lampost Capital in Boca Raton and former president of the Broward Harvard Club, holds a single and multi-engine land, commercial pilot’s license with instrument rating. He has amassed approximately 2000 hours during 860+ flights. He has been pilot in command of 35 makes and models, has flown deep into the Caribbean, out to California and Seattle, and up to Maine and Canada. He loves to fly back to Bedford, MA where he passed his FAA check ride for his private pilot’s certificate in 1987 during his senior spring at Harvard. He lives in Boca Raton with his wife Mindy where they raised their two children, Alex AB ‘19, and Samantha AB ‘21.
Thursday, June 24, 2021
6:00 pm networking cocktails
7:00 pm presentation
The presentation will be in-person and also broadcast on Zoom for those who cannot or prefer not to gather in-person.
We ask out of respect for other members that you take proper precautions when attending in-person events. Our club suggests you should be vaccinated for COVID-19 or wear a mask and observe social distancing. By registering for this event, I waive any claims related to the exposure to COVID-19 arising from this HCotPB event.
The Crimson Conversations event is FREE to attend.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Date: Thursday, June 24, 2021
Time: 6:00 pm networking cocktails, 7:00 pm presentation
Place: Tideline Ocean Resort - Crystal Room
Parking: FREE Self-parking available on-site
Please contact Club Administrator, Tricia Wansor: HarvardBroward@gmail.com or 954-914-3148.