Just a reminder tonight is the club meeting 7 pm in Olathe.
Steve will be running the meeting as I will be out of town.
Since next month we will have a presentation from Ed Fong on A VHF-UHF Dual band J-pole antenna tonight’s topics include:
Holiday party planning
Winter Field Day planning
Oct 26th SET Exercise
Be sure to bring your “Go Boxes” for show and tell.
Mosely TA-33 triband Yagi (10M, 15M, 20M) for sale. The parts are match marked for reassembly. $150
Good evening to everyone on the net.
I have been MIA this week. Yesterday was the club breakfast I believe there were 8 in attendance. Oct 18th is the club meeting.
I received the following email that was forwarded to me:
Name and callsign: ke0mvo
Comment or Question: I am sorry to say that I have to go dark and will no longer be on the air.
I have taken down my antenna and sold same.
I do have all my equipment on QTH.com (ad #1459183) This would a great setup for anyone new going from Technician to General.
I have enjoyed talking to every one on the net.
Art Phillips, NN7A, our club VE coordinator, has informed me of a schedule change. WAS: Nov 9th. NOW: Nov 16th. Please preregister no later than Nov 12th. (See schedule by clicking here.)
The EMP meeting, that we discussed at the last club meeting, is this Friday from 9:00 am to about noon. I now have the room number. It is at Colorado Mesa University (CMU) attached to the Montrose Library and is in room 100. There will be several speakers and a tour of the business Codency (SP) and the technology that they are doing. Please forward this information to the club members. Don Davidson, a professor at CMU is hosting this meeting.
Thanks and have a great evening!
For the president’s report tonight, I would like to extend a great big THANK YOU to everyone who came out and helped yesterday at Imogene!
We had 1279 runners at the start of the race and I believe more than 1200 actually finished.
I got to work the start with Bill KC0QXX, dropped off Stan W0LQ as the sweep, before heading to the finish, to work with Ken KG0QGK. However some young hams, Roland and Patrick, (I forgot to get their call signs) basically ran the station and did a fantastic job! We are hoping to get them more involved with the club; including have them participate in club meetings and or the net.
Several of the participants shared experiences during the personal comments. Sounds like everyone had a great time. I will post some pictures.
Our meeting will be on the 20th this month. Myron will be doing the program, not sure who has snack.
KC0JEA thanked everyone for the get well card the club sent.