Airway Science for Kids held a fundraiser-open house at the TeenFlight hangar this week during the latter half of our work day. Lots of benefactors, donors, parents, and previous mentors showed up to support the program.
Some of the students began working on the propeller assembly section. Shown here is the propeller hub where the two propeller halves meet under the spinner.
We drilled holes in the side of the spinner where the propeller blades will protrude. The aluminum circle next to the spinner is the spinner back plate.
Some more wiring from the firewall to the engine was accomplished before the beginning of the open house as well. There are only a few more things to be hooked up before we can start working on the exhaust system.