An updated frequency list (version 2.3) has been added to the available downloads. It can be found on the “Downloads” page under “Club Docs”.
The LOG folding date has moved to November 1. Please note this is a Tuesday night. We will meet, as usual, at the Red Cross (220 Oakcreek Dr) at 19:00.
Come out, help fold the LOG, and spend some social time with your fellow Hams!
The October club meeting is October 12 at 19:30. We will meet at Firespring (1201 Infinity Court — located between Pine Lake and Yankee Hill, west of 14th street). Parking is in the front.
John C. Haxby – Cinemaphotographer & Storm Chaser
John C. Haxby is a professional cinemaphotographer and a professional
storm chaser. He will talk about what it’s like to be a storm chaser, some do’s
and don’ts for us as storm spotters, and some experiences he has had along
John worked for KOLN-TV until last year when he went to work with
WeatherNation. John has spent last week in Iowa reporting on the floods.
On September 12, The US House of Representatives passed the “Amateur Radio Parity Act” to protect the rights of Radio Amateurs. Now is the time to contact your U.S. Senators and urge them to support this important legislation.
Even if you are not affected by HOAs or other restrictions, please support this important ACT for those who are.
To learn more and help support the Act, please go to: https://arrl.rallycongress.net/ctas/urge-senate-to-support-amateur-radio-parity-act
The September club meeting is September 14 at 19:30. We will meet at Firespring (1201 Infinity Court — located between Pine Lake and Yankee Hill, west of 14th street). Parking is in the front.
National Parks on the Air
Mike Arter, NØTTE, will present how Amateur Radio is helping the National Park Service celebrate its 100th anniversary.
Come learn more about the contest and the summer adventures of several of our club members.