Atlanta Skydiving Center's Jumpers Continue To Do What They Do Best, Tame the Skies
Friday, November 4, 2005
We want our new rigger, David "Junior" Ludvik, to feel at home. Welcome! Junior migrated south from icy Michigan on October 13. He is a senior rigger who is seat and back rated with 300 reserve pack jobs and 14 saves. Boasting 3,000 skydives in seven years, Junior is also a tandem master, static line instructor, videographer, and Coach Course Director.
The last couple of weeks, AFF students have really kept us on the go. Six of our high-flying students have graduated, clearing the first hurdle in their new skydiving careers. They are: Derek Childs, Bruce Hurley, Tony Paxton, Greg Smith, Juergen Joesting and Brian Medendorp. Congratulations on your stupendous accomplishment!
Mike Stone made his 1,000th jump, and Jack Barnes completed his jumping journey around the continental United States. Barnes now only needs Hawaii and Alaska to complete the U.S. tour. Wonder which he'll go for first?
This week Chuck Owen made his debut as photographer at the Apache Cafe. Owen, who's hobby has grown into an obsession, shared pictures and answered questions for those who attended. While Chuck was busy answering questions, Kenny grabbed everyone's attention by dumping his plate of quesadillas on his lap!
Atlanta Skydiving Center invites everyone to join us for our Fright Fest evening at Six Flags Friday, October 28. Call the DZ to sign up.
And don't forget - it's just a couple of weeks till the $12.50 Boogie. Come out and enjoy cheap jumps with the Atlanta Skydiving Center crew. Team ONE is organizing everything, and there will be a Saturday Night cookout on the hill. See you there!
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