Deja vu sucks With little or no relief from lock down on the horizon, and alternate dates putting us in conflict with other events, it saddens us to cancel the 2021 instalment of HITV. 2021 Registration Fee Options Those that have
We are open for registration for 2021! With things starting to re-open we are cautiously optimistic that we’ll be able to run an outdoor event for at least 50 guests. We have limited the number of guests this 50, and cross our
It’s with a heavy heart we have to share some sad news. Tonight we lost one of the most selfless people in the 3D community. After a long truly herculean fight against cancer, Ed Ehinger is finally at peace. If you’ve been
Well we tried to hold on as long as we could for 2020 but as we’ve been speaking to most of you personally over the last few weeks, we’ve decided to call HITV for this year. With little or no relief from
Registration for the 2020 Huckin’ in the Valley event is officially open! We look forward to seeing everyone in May as we have some exciting items for 2020 on the way!
Huge thanks to all those who attended the 2019 event. We finally have sorted through all the footage and we have posted the videos to the ARCC Youtube Page. Please remember to like and subscribe to the channel to help us out!
Larry Ing has been a staple in our hobby for many years. His professional photos are something that we all love to enjoy viewing after each event. Check out his photos from this year’s HITV. Thank you Larry for putting so much
The 2019 T-Shirt colors have been choose, well actually you guys chose it last year but a production issue didn’t allow us to get the same color :-(. All fixed for 2019 and we are off the the races with this year’s
A big thank you to AMR for committing again to a draw for a 30cc air frame again! Make sure you register early to ensure your in the draw on Saturday, May 25th!
Huge thanks to all the crew at the ARCC who put in so much effort in getting these events off the ground each and every year. We are excited for this year’s event building on last year’s 46 registered pilots from all