The April club meeting is April 13 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.
Extreme Weather 2015: A Review of the Nebraska and U.S. Severe Weather
It’s that time of year again for our annual program presented by Dr. Ken Dewey, Applied Climate Researcher at UNL. Ken will give us an overview of the nation’s extreme weather events of 2015. He will also review the 2015 tornado season and compare it to the normals for the U.S., Nebraska, and our part of the state. He will also look back at the most dramatic event of 2015, the flooding in our area during May 2015.
The Lincoln Chamber of Commerce has contacted LARC with a fundraising opportunity for the club. To participate, we need a coordinator and approximately 15 volunteers. If you are interested please email John, KRØP, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details are below…
The 2016 ARRL Nebraska State Convention / Lincoln Hamfest is April 23. You won’t want to miss it. The gates open at 8:30 a.m. and close at 2 p.m. so come early.
There will be prizes, flea-market, forums, tech demos, and FCC license testing. Come get a deal and stay for the rest.
To learn more, check out lincolnhamfest.org.
The March club meeting is March 9 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.
Let’s go to the movies! The March LARC meeting will feature two videos that you’ll talk about for months to come.
We’ll start with a short one dealing with the just completed Navassa Island DXpedition. Next, we’ll show you the infamous Scarborough Reef operation. You won’t believe the operating conditions!
If you thought these activations of rare islands were a nice vacation, you’ll see that they are expensive and exhausting work!
Come to the movies on Wednesday, March 9, to learn more!
The February club meeting is February 10 at 19:30. It will be held at Firespring this time. The address is 1201 Infinity Court and is located between Pine Lake and Yankee Hill, west of 14th street.
Per NØGVK: Parking and front entrance on the east side facing 14th street. Talk in on ’76 for any directions.
The program is entitled: Social Conversation
There will be four separate areas of conversation to join in on. Subjects will be suggested and one of them will be discussions for the Board. Others will be more related to Ham radio.