"Cub Clues" Issue 180

Issue 180 of "Cub Clues" is on its way. Steve and I got a lot of feedback on the combined magazine "Classic Aviators Log" that was released to replace "Cub Clues" in January. The response was less than favorable. Of the scores of people we talked with, only one said "he could live with it." The rest wanted to go back to the old format.

While I think there is room for a magazine like the CAL, I agree and you will see issue 180 in the familiar format.

We remain busy here, wading through the database and figuring out what we need to do to get the Cub Club back on her feet. The website is progressing, albeit slower than I had hoped. We are here to serve you and if you have an article idea or have written something you think the members would like, drop us a line.

-john-

Website in Transition

With the transition of the Type Clubs back to the Krog's, we were faced with immediate shutting down of the new website. The old Cub Club website was returned in its place after a couple of days. This has been more of a "placeholder" website while we developed a new one to take its place. We thank you for your patience during this time.

Cub Club News

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 was a landmark day.  Documents were signed and Sharon and I resumed ownership of the Cub Club, Luscombe Association and the Taylorcraft Owners Club!

On May 1, 2013, Sharon and I turned the clubs over to another couple.  The arrangement was short lived.

About the Cub Club

The Cub Club is an organization of aviation enthusiasts interested in preserving and promoting the restoration, maintenance and flying of the long-wing fabric Piper Cubs. The Cub models include the E2, J2, J3, J4, J5, L4, HE-1, PA-11, PA-12, PA-14 and PA-18.

The Cub Club believes in preserving these strong and simple airplanes that are fun to own and fly.