Keystone Radio-Control (KRC)          
 
 
Welcome to the Keystone Radio-Controlled Model Airplane Club web site.  New and prospective members should see the Club Info and New Membership sections on the site for more information about us and how to get started!


Our Club has been in existence for more than 40 years and is currently flying at a terrific site provided courtesy of Pat Mascaro located off of Forman Road in Souderton, Pennsylvania.  We are an active group of modelers with a wide range of flying interests from including sport, scale, pattern, 3D, giant scale and helicopter with both electric and fuel power.  We offer a training program with qualified instructor pilots for members who are looking to learn how to fly.

We host membership meetings on a monthly basis to discuss Club business and talk about modeling with our members and visitors.  We also host Fun Fly's each month during the official flying season starting in April where we cook out and enjoy fun, competitive events.

Please come out to the field or to a membership meeting to meet with us and talk radio-control flying and let us show you how simple and fun it is to get started!

 

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Recent Announcements

  • FAA NOTAM/TFR thru July 29 Due to the Democratic National convention held in Philadelphia the FAA has issued a no fly zone in the area that affects our Field. Currently this is until Friday 6 ...
    Posted by Peter Goodrich
  • Membership meeting The next membership meeting will be held on June 9th at 7:30pm located at the Franconia Township building.
    Posted Jun 8, 2016, 1:59 PM by Peter Goodrich
  • April Fun-Fly The KRC April Fun-Fly will be held on April 17th from 11am - 2pm. Please come on out for some food, flying and fun. Visitors are welcome as it is ...
    Posted Apr 11, 2016, 11:44 AM by KRC Club
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May 18 2014 Fun Fly

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