Gear Up For Another Season Of
Aerobatic Training Camps
Harold Krier Field
April 26th- May 18th 2016
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Joe Coles is a speaker, consultant and teacher. He has been a presenter at schools, in communities, and at many conferences all over the state of Kansas and in many parts of the Midwest. He has spoken to hundreds of thousands of students and staff. Joe has been a devoted educator for over 40 years working as a teacher, counselor, coach, athletic director and administrator. For over the last 10 years, Joe has served as a vital consultant, presenting to teachers, students, and business professionals sharing his passion for making education and organizations better. His experiences make it very easy for people of all ages and backgrounds to relate to him.
Joe has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas. He received his Masters in Education from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Oklahoma and his Certification as a School Administrator from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas.
He and his wife Stevie have three kids and nine grandchildren. Like Joe, his wife and two daughters are educators as well.
Joe has experience in presenting workshops in many different areas. View a number of his trainings here.
Gear Up For Another Season Of
The Aerobatic Training Camps at Harold Krier Field
April 26th- May ? 2017
Harold Krier - US Team 1966 photo from Mike Heuer
Words from John Morrissey
Twenty four years ago I flew to Ashland to have lunch with Bill Shaw, then the Mayor of your fair city. I told him of my idea to have aerobatics return to its birthplace in America and conduct yearly aerobatic training camps at Krier Field. It was a very good meeting. Our goals were simple - a win win relationship with Ashland and a good "farm system" for future American aerobatic champions. And there have been more than a few who have honed their craft at Krier Field.
This will be our 24th year with our friends in Ashland. Twelve pilots in three seven day camps will begin flying from Krier Field. All but two are repeat visitors to that storied airport on the south edge of town.
Mayor Kay is just as supportive and helpful as Mayor Shaw was twenty four years ago. He, and Doug Graff, Kristi and Karen at the City offices, provide the willing and helpful infrastructure necessary for our training. Nina's Cafe and the Hardesty offer our pilots the hospitality and fine food necessary for training programs when the days are long and hard, the evenings festive and happy . And Essie's Rolling Hills B & B and Bill and Georgeann 's Bear Creek Inn provide the essential restive accommodations and fine breakfasts for our pilots.
Please feel free to come out to the Field and see the very unique aerobatic aircraft and watch the flying.
From “Sport Aerobatics”, 8 December, 1989
Monday, April 20th, 2020,
The USD220 7-12th grade students and community volunteers will work together in a city-wide clean-up and project day,
Green Jay Day!
We need your help telling us what needs to be done!
Do you have…
-a garage that needs cleaned out?
-flowerbeds to be planted?
-fences to be painted?
-vehicles to be washed?
-windows to be cleaned?
-Any other labor intensive jobs?
Project request Due April 1st
Monday, November 28
The Ashland Chamber is bringing it again. Let's start off with visiting the local businesses for treats and shopping. Next head down to the senior center for a craft and art show. Live music from the Ashland school band. A Surprise visit from Santa is also expected, with free pictures. All these events can be topped off with a horse drawn hay rack ride.
This is going to be a night of greatest. One for the whole family. Bring your coats and enjoy all the things the chamber has provided at our time and expense.