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.
The August club meeting is August 10 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.
Mark Conner, N9XTN, will present on Amateur Radio High Altitude Ballooning (ARHAB), which is an increasingly popular science-oriented hobby among Amateur Radio enthusiasts.
The Nebraska Stratospheric Amateur Radio (NSTAR) group has conducted nearly 60 flights since its inception in 2000, mostly in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa. The presentation will show highlights from past launches, including on-board camera footage.
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!
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.
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