Wednesday, April 30, 2014

If you are into trains

and, many hams are, you may be interested in a free ride, May 1st to the 16th only, on the SunRail http://www.sunrail.com/
Click on the above link for more information. Be sure to check the schedule, and determine if there is parking at the station you wish to board.


Tuesday, April 29, 2014

March For Babies 2014

LARC's three governing values are Service, Comradery, and Knowledge. Activities like the March For Babies is just one of the many ways we literally, walk the talk. As in past years, LARC was there to provide communication support during the March Of Dimes Walk For Babies.


Tuesday Breakfast Club

The Tuesday Breakfast Club is not an official club function, but most of its members are also LARC  members. We meet every Tuesday, 9:00 AM at the Brunch Box, 725 East Memorial. (Most come a few minutes early.) The food is good, and the conversation is about as diverse as you can imagine. While the men talk men talk, the women talk ...? Well, I can't really say, but I would have to assume it is very supportive of their spouses hobby. :-)

Oh, and just in case you are wondering. Yes, we would love to see you there. 




Winner of the "New Ham" Drawing

Chet wanted to have some lucky person win this copy of the Amateur Radio Handbook, but he wanted it to go to someone new to the hobby. So we held a drawing for only hams who have recently been licensed. The lucky winner was Jim, seen here with Chet. Congratulations Jim, and thank you Chet for donating this handbook.


Tuesday, April 22, 2014

March For Babies Coming Up!

Please contact Patrick at patrickboneil@juno.com if you are interested in helping with this worthy cause.
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Please join us in the Walk For Babies. Bring your HT, and give a hand to the good cause. 
Date Saturday April 26, 2014

Time: 7:00 AM

Location First Presbyterian, Lake Hollingsworth
This event lasts only a few hours. You are advised to arrive early, since parking is very limited.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

April

Congratulations All


 
Left to Right: Al - VE, William KD8WRQ (Extra) Peggy - VE , AJ - KM4ABZ Technician
Jessie KK4WYF General, George - VE and Randy -VE.

Ashley Speaks on VISTE

 Ashley Metts Miller, volunteer coordinator for VISTE, delivered an enthusiastic presentation on what the Volunteers In Service To the Elderly is all about. She put a face on the mission and vision on this worthy cause.  If you are interested in helping, please contact Ashley at Ashley@viste.org.
To learn more about VISTE or to volunteer click here

 

Al Presents The Case For JT65


Click here for a link to Al's presentation.

Don Makes Waves