January Club Meeting

This month’s presentation will be by John Mardock, KRØP. He will present on his new tower and antenna — from governmental approval to an installed system.

We will meet at College View Church (4801 Prescott Ave), in the same room as the last several meetings.  Enter through the south doors (door #2), go down the stairs and to the right.  We will be in the first room on the right.

Custom QSL Cards Available

As a free service to Lincoln Amateur Radio Club members, we are providing customized QSL card pdf files that can be printed on your own home printer! This is an ideal way for members who do not use enough cards to warrant ordering cards from a commercial QSL card printer, but still want to send out cards they can be proud of.

Visit http://incolor.inebraska.com/gwbrownx/larc/QSL%20Custom%20Info.html to request your personalized cards.

LARC Board & LOG Folding – New Location

Board meeting on December 16  and Log folding on January 4, 2016, will be held at Southwood Lutheran Church.  1/2 mile south of 40th & Yankee Hill St.  There is a big Target store and a golf course at 40th & Yankee Hill.  You will see lights on the east side of 40th street about 1/2 mile south.  That is the church.  

For the Dec. 16th Board meeting, drive around the church to the south side (white Rock parking lot) and enter the door on the west end of the south side.  We will go from there to the youth room

On Jan 4, log folding will be in the fellowship hall.  Enter the Front door (on the right side) and go right to & through the coffee shop.

LARC Program for 7:30 PM, Wed, Dec 9, 2015, at NOTE>> College View SDA Church, 4801 Prescott, Lincoln, NE (3 blocks N of 48th & Pioneers)

This month is Board elections. It is very important that all members attend and cast their votes. Each of the nominees have submitted a bio and picture, which can be found in the December Lincoln LOG when it becomes available (see LOG link above).

Joe Eisenberg, KØNEB, will be working with new Hams and anyone else interested in easy ways to solder.

—Aaron Rogge, NØADR / Connie Zehr, NØGMA