Valentine's Weekend Boogie Starts Friday at the Atlanta Skydiving Center!
Valentine’s Weekend Boogie is here! Four days of $14
jumps to 14,000 feet at the Atlanta Skydiving Center.
So come jump and party all weekend long! There will be free
beer and food Saturday night.
As part of the boogie, the Atlanta Skydiving Center
will be offering tandem skydives to friends and family of
experienced skydivers for $119. Woohoo!
Introduce your loved ones to the sport of skydiving this
final day of the Valentine’s Weekend Boogie, Monday,
February 14th, is also the first day of our Accelerated
Free Fall Instructor Course. USPA President, Glenn Bangs,
will be in town to teach the class to our latest group of
skydivers looking to become Accelerated Free Fall instructors.
Katie Hawkins, Aaron Teel, Edvaldo Cruz, Henry Schaefer
and Jessica Edgeington are some of the Atlanta Skydiving
Center jumpers who hope to earn their Accelerated
Free Fall rating this week.
Congratulations to our two newest Accelerated Free Fall
Brett, Dashe, and Beau Thomas. Beau even brought beer in
anticipation of graduating…good call! Now on to your
USPA A License… we look forward to seeing both of
you out on a regular basis at the Atlanta Skydiver
Deanna Fambro and Phil Goldstucker were jumping their own
rigs for the first time this past weekend! Unfortunately
Phil had to have some repairs done to his main canopy after
his first jump. James “J-Rock” Massillo had
his new Mirage assembled this week and should be out jumping
this weekend showing it off before making a trip next week
to Eloy to jump with TJ Landgren.
Skydiving Center 4-way formation skydiving team
Airlock presented the drop zone with a plaque for its support
of the team. Airlock was the National Skydiving League ‘A’
Champion for 2004 and placed 4th at the National Collegiate
Championship. The team will be training at the Atlanta
Skydiving Center in 2005 and will be competing
for more medals. The team also launched its new web site
See you all this weekend!
Atlanta Skydiving Center
Alabama Skydiving Center
Thursday, August 25, 2005