Hazel Green Airport (M38) is privately owned and maintained by stockholders of the Hazel Green Flyers, Inc. It is located a few miles west of Hazel Green, Alabama, just north of Huntsville, and a few miles south of the Tennessee border. The runway was originally paved as a drag strip. It was first licensed as Chess-King Airpark on April 21, 1966.
We have a stockholders meeting once per year, and the Board of Directors meets more often. A few years ago we met in Sam's hangar, since the executive boardroom in our giant office complex is currently under renovation : )
The Hazel Green Flyers, LLC By-Laws are posted at http://www.hazelgreenflyers.com/HGF_bylaws.pdf
The Hazel Green Flyers have a "pot luck" dinner the third Saturday of each month at 5:30 PM, either at the airport "clubhouse". The 2013 schedule is as follows:
Below are some of the airplanes flying out of Hazel Green Airport.
Al Berisford with his "new" Luscombe
Eddie Berisford in Al's "newer" Luscombe, taxiing in from the first flight since a rework after being parked for 22 years.
Al's Cessna 150.
Don Adams' Piper 180.
Don Adams' newly minted RV8A
Bob Luther's Cessna 210
Phil Hendrix's 1958 Cessna 172.
Walter Smiths' Luscombe.
Ed Berisford's Fisher 404, built by Ray Moye.
Sam Henderson's Piper PA-22. He also had an Ercoupe that I need a picture of.
Mike Bedard's Cessna 150
Ray Moye's Pietenpol.
Mark Langford's KR2S
Paul Mays' Thorpe T-18
Thom Lopez's Monsoon "weight shift" LSA
Bob Passero's Cessna 172
Stan Howard's 7AC Champ
Mark Langford's Swift
Sam Henderson's Ercoupe
Miles Glenn's BD4. Other planes to follow later...
This is the view of "short final" for runway 25. Most of us pilots would rather land from the other direction due to the trees, but I've seen much worse!
Contact Mark Langford at ML "at" N56ML.com (replace the "at" with @)
See Mark's aerial sunset photos at www.N56ML.com/sunsets.