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Amateur Radio Club WØCXX

The Rockwell Collins Amateur Radio Club, call sign WØCXX, is an ARRL affiliated club located in Cedar Rapids, IA. The purpose of the radio club is to: advance general interest and knowledge of amateur radio, promote cooperation and exchange of information between members, conduct club programs, and to provide public service support for community activities.

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Badminton League

Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a court divided by a net.
We have an active League at the Recreation Center. Join us.

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refreshed: January 18, 2016


The Rockwell Collins Band has performed since 1982 at venues within the Rockwell Collins facility and around the community. The membership is made up of employees, spouses, and retirees of Rockwell Collins. The Band is a concert band, and plays a wide variety of music: marches, show tunes, big band, swing, polkas, and popular favorites.
The Band is directed by Jim Jezek.

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Basketball League

For more information contact: Scott Garrels 295-1919

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refreshed: May 16, 2016

Bicycle Community

A new Bicycle Commuter Community has formed at Rockwell Collins...
Contact Richard Bradford at:

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refreshed: March 14, 2013

Bowling League(s)

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refreshed: January 2, 2014

Tuesday Noon Bowling League

The Tuesday Noon League is in it's 13th year. The league bowls each Tuesday over the lunch hour at Cedar Rapids Bowl with thirty teams participating.

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refreshed: April 5, 2016


The Rockwell Collins Chorus is made up of Rockwell Collins employees and retirees. We are not a professional group, just a group of people who love to sing and have fun together.

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Craft Club

Join our Rockwell Collins Craft Club to meet others who love freeing their creativity through exciting craft projects. Working together helps spur motivation and creativity, and allows us to share knowledge and techniques with others who share our interests.
We have regular meetings on the third Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. in the Main Plant Cafeteria.

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refreshed: April 20, 2016

Cricket League

Cricket is a fascinating game with enough strategy and action to suit the most die-hard sports fan. Cricket, that weird pseudo-baseball game played by Englishmen in their white uniforms with unrecognizable bats. The Rockwell Collins Cricket League is dedicated to promoting the game of cricket and creating awareness of the sport in the diverse community of Cedar Rapids.
To get a feel for the game loved by millions worldwide, join the Rockwell Collins Cricket League. Who knows? You might find yourself hitting sixers (Home-Runs).

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refreshed: April 28, 2011

Dodgeball League

You're the Target! New Sports League at the Recreation Center...

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refreshed: March 31, 2016

Rockwell Collins Electronics Club

The Rockwell Collins Electronics club is dedicated to the fun activity of inventing and combining electronics modules in the creation of practical and whimsical objects which delight and inspire the imagination.
Each member has a vision of one or perhaps many projects which are within their grasp. It is these visions that drives the projects to completion, not our soldering ability or our command of electronic theory. Those are important and come with time. Everyone has a limit to their knowledge and everyone is an expert at something.
By pooling our knowledge and experience we can help each other complete all our projects.

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Flying Club

The Rockwell Flying Club was founded in 1975 to provide affordable aircraft to its member-pilots. Aircraft are owned, leased, or rented as necessary to provide adequate availability to its members. Membership is open to all Rockwell Collins, Inc. employees, retirees, and their spouses.

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Flag Football League

Flag football is a version of American football. The basic rules of the game are similar to those of the professional game, but instead of tackling players to the ground, the defensive team must remove a flag or flag belt from the ball carrier ("deflagging") to end a down.

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refreshed: July 21, 2015

Futsal League

FUTSAL (Indoor Soccer) at the Recreation Center.

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refreshed: February 1, 2016

Gamers Club

We are a club for gamers of all types! It doesn't matter if you love video games, board games, role-playing games, or an exciting game of poker, chess, or darts - this is the club for you.

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Golf League(s)

We presently have thirteen active leagues playing in four of Cedar Rapids' municipal golf courses including: St. Andrews, Twin Pines, Ellis, and Gardener.

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refreshed: March 4, 2016

Aardvark Aeronautics Ground School

Aardvark Aeronautics was started, in 1982, by two Rockwell Collins employees who were dissatisfied with the level of Ground School instruction available in the Cedar Rapids area. At the same time, it was recognized that many Rockwell Collins employees, because of their close working relationship with aircraft manufacturers and users, wanted to know more about airplanes; how they work, their systems, and the environment in which they operate. Consequently, Aardvark’s Ground School course embodies all of the information needed by fledgling pilots to complete the FAA’s Private Pilot written exam, as well as a wide range of information of interest to Rockwell Collins employees who do not foresee a pilot’s license in their future.

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Rockwell Collins Museum Club

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refreshed: May 11, 2016

International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is an international organization formed to develop, nurture, and enhance the interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems. INCOSE works with industry, academia, and government to:
* provide a focal point for dissemination of systems engineering knowledge
* promote collaboration in systems engineering education and research
* assure the establishment of professional standards for integrity and in the practice of systems engineering
* encourage governmental and industrial support for research and educational programs that will improve the systems engineering process and its practice
The Heartland Chapter established in 1997, Cedar Rapids, IA, is a geographical section of the International Council on Systems Engineering covering Iowa, Nebraska, and the larger Chicago Area. The INCOSE Heartland Chapter Mission is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government; we offer learning and skills development opportunities spanning the entire spectrum of professional curricula and interest.

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Leadership Club

The Rockwell Collins Leadership Club was established to provide opportunities for development of leadership and managerial skills, encourage a spirit of unity and cooperation, and to develop an understanding of leadership as a skill.

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Model Aviators

Collins Model Aviators (CMA) is a Rockwell Collins sponsored group of radio controlled aircraft builders, pilots, and enthusiasts. Club meetings are held monthly on the first Thursday of each month in the Main Plant Cafeteria.
Collins Model Aviators is an Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) chartered member (Charter Club number 3257). Current membership in the AMA is required for all CMA members.
Those eligible for membership in Collins Model Aviators are current or retired Rockwell Collins employees, their spouses and family members, contract workers, and coop students.

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Rockwell Collins Motorclub

New Club at Rockwell Collins...

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Photo Club

Collins Photo Club is the official photography club of Rockwell Collins. Collins Photo Club was organized to promote enjoyment, personal excellence and advancement in photography through cooperation, fellowship, and education.

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Racquetball League

We schedule a dozen leagues / time slots in the four courts at the Collins Recreation Center. We play a winter season from September to March normally serving over sixty members.

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refreshed: May 16, 2016

Recreation Center

Rockwell Collins Employee's Recreation Center.

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Retiree Volunteers

Rockwell Collins Retiree Volunteers is an organization of Rockwell Collins Retirees involved in a wide range of volunteer activities in the community. It is intended to benefit both retirees and the community while responding to needs which volunteers can fill.

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Retiree Club

The Rockwell Collins Retiree Club meets every third Tuesday at the Kenwood United Methodist Church for a noon-time pot-luck lunch.

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Ski Club

A free club for people who are interested in snow skiing locally or out west. Beginners to Advanced are welcome.
For more information, contact Mark Nienaber 263-1149.

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Soccer League

The Rockwell Collins Soccer League has three "seasons" per year. Spring (May-June), summer (June-August), and fall (August-November).
We regularly assemble thirteen teams - mostly with members that have played the same team for many seasons.

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refreshed: May 18, 2016

Softball Club

The Rockwell Collins Softball Club has two softball leagues during the summer months playing at the Company's Ball Diamonds:
Competitive leagues play on Monday nights.
Recreational leagues play on Tuesday nights.

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refreshed: April 23, 2016

Table Tennis League

New League at the Recreation Center.

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refreshed: June 22, 2014

Tennis League

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refreshed: May 10, 2016

Toastmasters Club, 3154

Rockwell Collins Communicators #3154 meets every Monday from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. in the DeWitt Conference Room, Building 137, Rockwell Collins, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Visitors are welcome.
Through its member clubs, Toastmasters International helps men and women learn the arts of speaking, listening and thinking - vital skills that promote self-actualization, enhance leadership, foster human understanding and contribute to the betterment of mankind.

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Toastmasters Club, 3250

The mission of a Toastmasters club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.

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Trap & Skeet

Members shoot at the Otter Creek Sportsmen's Club.
Presently there are 3 teams made up of Collins employees/retirees that compete in a summer league, May through August, at OCSC

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refreshed: April 19, 2016

Volleyball League

Volleyball is the second most popular sport in the world today, exceeded only by soccer. We play Summer sandlot and Winter indoor. Our leagues are Coed and Open, divisions are Recreational, Intermediate, Advanced, and Power. We have over fifty teams serving nearly four-hundred players.

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Woodworkers Guild

Our club is an organization whose purpose is to provide a place where woodworking enthusiasts of all skill levels meet to swap their stories, learn new techniques, show off their latest wood creations, and share a common interest.
We are dedicated to the purpose of education, safety and techniques in all areas of woodworking including cabinet and furniture making, turning, and carving.
If you have a desire to meet and talk to other woodworkers with experience at all levels, you are invited to join our club.
Meetings are normally held on the third Tuesday of every month in the Main Plant Cafeteria.

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refreshed: May 24, 2016