LARC Annual Ham Equipment Auction
Sunday, September 28, 2014
10:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Equipment Setup and Preview at 10:30 AM
Auction at 1:00 PM
332 Centennial Mall South
(16th and L Streets)
Downtown Lincoln, Nebraska
Scottish Rite Masonic Center, inside Lower Level of Building
Parking lot and entry on east side of building
Admission–$3.00, LARC Members FREE
Contact: John Hauner, KØIH, 402/486-1400
Fox Hunting Instructions and Demonstration
Cliff Mackey, KBØTXE, will provide an explanation of fox hunting followed by a demonstration of what to do and what not to do on a hunt.
Members are invited to bring their personal fox hunting equipment for “show and tell.”
Hams interested in hunting down interfering radio signals, both accidental and malicious, can add their names to an on-call list.
–Bryan Leavitt, WØBCL
Anyone interested in transmitter hunting, Club member or not, licensed Ham or not, will find this program informative. All are welcome!
We will meet at the Christian Record Services for the Blind, 4444 S 52nd Street. (From Pioneers and 52nd Street, drive south two blocks to Linden Street. Park on Linden Street and enter the building by way of the street-level door.)
We will be preparing the September 2014 Lincoln LOG for mailing the next day, September 29.
Please join us at 7:00 PM on Thursday evening, August 28. Good conversation, good humor, dessert and a positive shared experience–come and join us! We’ll even show you our appreciation by giving you an extra LOG just for helping out (while supplies last).
Lincoln Amateur Radio Club (LARC)
Bev Bennett, KDØPTR
Lincoln LOG Editor
I would like to thank Connie Zehr, NØGMA for stepping up and taking the net manager position. She will be the contact for our ARES nightly nets.
I will be calling the Tuesday night nets starting this week. If you are interested in calling the Tuesday night net or be a stand by net controller we are needing help for both. Just contact Connie!
Thanks and welcome Connie to her new position!
Jeremiah Parker - NØPBJ
The streaming audio is now LIVE via this website. We will be continuing to make adjustments to the stream to help with audio quality.
Just click on the link to the right or the Listen to K0KKV Live page at the top to access the page with the player. I did experience it didn’t play on a Safari browser, but we have tested on Firefox and chrome.
I would like to give a big thanks to Aaron Rogge and Christian Record Services for the Blind for hosting the equipment, network, and support they have given me on this project.
Enjoy the stream!