The 2015 Hawks & Hawgs Scavenger Hunt was held at
Jim Hamilton/LB Owens Airport in Downtown Columbia, SC
on April 18 (Hawgs) and May 2 (Hawks rain date), 2015.
The event was a "Hawks & Hawgs" version of the Scavenger Hunt we had held for the past two years.
This year, bikers (Hawgs) competed with pilots (Hawks)
to see who could raise the most money for Camp Kemo.
Each Hawg team had a list of clues that could be found in and around the downtown Columbia area.
They had 2 hours to locate sites, take pictures or video,
and return to the Airport.
On the Hawks side, pilots and crew would choose 10 clues to random checkpoints and plan their flights.
They had 1.5 hours to locate and document as many
checkpoints/clues as they could and land back at KCUB.
A commissioned work...
June 6, 1944
Col. Dan Rossman’s account of the downing of GF-2
in Lake Greenwood, South Carolina
The South Carolina Historic Aviation Association had an oral account
of Col. Rossman's experience on that day.
Armed with that account and some still pictures,
this video was made for SCHAF in 2015
to explain the importance of the GF-2 restoration project.
A commissioned work from 2015...
John Bettis' son, Steven, was honored to be invited to ride
in the back seat with the Blue Angels during a training mission.
While his Dad was filming from the ground,
cameras were also rolling from the aircraft
and from a HUD camera.
All these bits of film were coordinated to present a video
with multiple POVs.
A 2015 commissioned work from photos of the 2008 event...
Sponsored, in part, by Carolina Honda of Columbia, SC,
this was a fund-raiser and toy collection for Camp Kemo
in honor of motorcyclist David Clifton -
who was killed in a hit and run motorcycle accident.
The event was held June 8, 2008.
Columbia Starriders Chapter 124 played a major role in the event.
A commissioned work from 2013.
This is a retrospective put together for the 6th Grade Graduation CLass
at Calhoun Academy in St. Matthews, SC.
I lived with the 2-dimension versions of these kids and teachers
in the week it took to put this together -
so it was nice to finally meet the 3-dimension versions
when the vid was shown at the Graduation reception.
City of Cayce House of Cats
1914 Memorial Drive
Cayce, SC 29033-1519
Phone: (803) 603-3385