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
Technician Class Licensees Can Talk Around the World!
Do you want to talk around the world but hold a Technician Class license? Reynolds Davis, KØGND, will show us how to do it with any Amateur Radio License. Have you tried 10 meters, 6 meters or 2 meters? This is the way to find some DX. How about using an HT or a computer to chat with other Hams anywhere? Reynolds will show us how it can be done.
–Bryan Leavitt, WØBCL
This program will help all Ham Operators extend their horizons–especially those with entry-level Technician Class licenses. But it will be of interest to everyone, whether or not they have a Ham Radio license. All are welcome!
Please join us Thursday, July 31, 7:00 PM. We will be preparing the August 2014 Lincoln LOG for mailing the next day, August 1.
We will meet at the Christian Record Services for the Blind, 4444 S 52 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.)
Good conversation, good humor, dessert and a positive shared experience–come and join us! We are usually done in an hour or so, give or take a few minutes.
Bev Bennett, KDØPTR
Please welcome John Mardock KRØP to our net controllers! He will be taking over the Wednesday night nets.
We are also needing fill in net controllers. This would be only if the assigned controller cannot call their net.
Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
Jeremiah Parker – NØPBJ
Joe Eisenberg, KØNEB, will present his annual slide show on the Dayton Hamvention with the added bonus of including slides from the International Exhibition for Radio Amateurs in Friedrichshafen, Germany. This will be an opportunity to see what is happening at two of the largest gatherings for Amateur Radio in the world. Don’t miss the show, Wednesday, July 9.
–Bryan Leavitt, WØBCL
This program is for everyone who has even the slightest interest in Ham Radio!