The September club meeting is Sept. 13 at 19:30. We will meet at LI-COR (4647 Superior Street) – located near the intersection of Superior Street and North 48th Street.
DX With Glenn Johnson, WØGJ
Do you know the name of the most remote island in the world? Do you know where it is located? Hint: It is a dependency of Norway but not close to Norway. A major DX expedition is going there. Come learn about it with Glenn Johnson, WØGJ, at the September club meeting
The August club meeting is August 9 at 19:30. We will meet at Northern Lighthouse Church, 6131 North 14th Street. Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/J6jkhihqyNq
Totality: Welcome to the Dark Side and the Eclipse of a Lifetime
Dr. Daniel Claes, PH.D., professor and chair of the department of Physics and Astronomy at UNL will present.
What causes eclipses and makes total solar eclipses so rare? What can we
expect August 21 in Lincoln and how can an eclipse be viewed safely? Come to learn about the eclipse on August 21.
The date for the July board meeting has been changed to July 26.
Board meetings are open to all LARC members.
The June club meeting is June 14 at 19:30. We will meet at Northern Lighthouse Church, 6131 North 14th Street. Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/J6jkhihqyNq
Lincoln Electric Systems will do a presentation on electrical safety and how it applies to Amateur Radio. They will have their power safety demonstration trailer with them — imagine blown up hot dogs.
A special awards presentation is also planned that you don’t want to miss.
Each month a group of volunteers gathers for what is knowns as “LOG folding”. LOG folding involves folding the LOGs, inserting them into envelopes, sealing the envelopes, applying mailing labels, and some good visiting. The entire process should only take about an hour.
Each month we need about 15 people, but over the last few months, the number of volunteers has been well below that number and it is generally the same people each month. LOG folding is a lot of fun, but it grows wearisome and takes a lot longer when very few people show up.
If you enjoy receiving the LOG and have some time, please come out and help, visit with your fellow hams, and have a good time.
The LOG folding schedule is on the website, but if you would like an alert sent to you each month, please drop me an email at email@example.com.
Aaron Rogge, LOG Associate Editor