The RCARC Almanac is back from the printers and was distributed tonight at the Christmas dinner. Phil, KE4LSH, has provided a PDF copy of the almanac that can be viewed online or downloaded.
Please note that the pages are “out of order” as this is the same file that was used to print the almanacs.
As announced at the RCARC Christmas dinner tonight, the KE4RX D*Star repeater will be:
KE4RX A – 1298.5000 MHz DD
KE4RX B – 441.8125 +5.0000 MHz B
Start programming radios. We expect it to be on Mt Roosevelt in Roane County before the end of January.
More information will be posted as it is available. The repeater is being built and tested at this time!
For any questions, contact email@example.com
I thought we had a very good meeting and Christmas Dinner tonight at RCARC!! Lots of good food and drink and fellowship! Met a couple new folks and had a few former members come. Cliff gave a very good presentation on the DSTAR repeater going up at Roosevelt. I think it motivated some folks to go out and buy one.
Officers for 2015 are:
Cliff Segar KD4GT – President
Harry Tirrell KB4AA – Vice President
Ed Smith K5QPO – Secretary
Jim White K4APY – Treasurer.
There was no opponent in the race so the election was by acclamation.
Sterling Edmonds N4VAV got a certificate of appreciation for his efforts helping with the annual Field Day event and securing a sizeable donation that financially benefitted the club this year.
Norm Burns KK4YEU was not present but was to be presented a certificate of appreciation for his lions share of sales of the RCARC Almanac Ads. Lee Grace offered to take Norms certificate to him.
Phil Newman KE4LSH and Anna Hayes KE4VJM both received certificates of appreciation for their excellent job with RCARC Fundraising projects.
Greg Wallace brought his “go box” and I must say the box he used was very nice. He said he bought it at LUV’s Truck Stop and I was impressed by the size and what could be fit inside. Good Job Greg!!
We still have a few folks needing to pickup and pay for their Ham Tag and RCARC Memberships renewals are being accepted now for 2015.
The Roane County Amateur Radio Club will meet this Thursday December 11th at 6:00 pm (Please note the change in time) at The Roane County Rescue Squad Building 2735 Roane State Highway, Harriman, TN. In Midtown. This will be our annual Christmas Dinner and election of officers so we need all voting members present if possible. Also don’t forget to bring a covered dish. Deserts or veggies. We need both. RCARC is providing condiments and a ham for dinner. I have also heard a rumor there may be a Smoked Boston Butt make an appearance too, but that is unconfirmed.
RCARC Needs You!!!! We need folks to run for office! President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer are all up for election and new folks are needed with new ideas. If you have at least 1 year membership in RCARC and a desire to see the club prosper and grow, just send me an e-mail and we will put you on the ballot!! YOU can help make a difference. Send me an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
I hope to see everyone at the Christmas dinner and election.
Jim White K4APY
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Next month is the RCARC Christmas Dinner / Election / Meeting on December 11th 2014. We will meet at 6 PM for dinner at our normal meeting location 2735 Roane State Highway, Harriman, TN. in the Roane County Rescue Squad Building behind The United Way Office. RCARC is providing a ham and condiments. Members bring a dish either of vegetable or desert, or whatever you wish. We always have some good food and fellowship.
After the dinner, we will hold an election of officers. We need folks to run and lead RCARC in the future. If you want to make a difference and see the club grow, let any officer know and we will place you on the ballot. Requirements for officers are in thee club bylaws on this website.
Finally 2015 dues are now being accepted. You can mail it in, or pay at a meeting night. Dues run from January through December.
I hope we can see everyone at the RCARC Christmas December meeting!!
This Thursday November 13th the Roane County Amateur Radio Club will hold
it’s monthly meeting at 7:00 pm in the Roane County Rescue Squad 2735
Roane State Highway , Harriman, TN. 37748 in Midtown .
All local amateurs and the public are invited to attend and get to know
our group. We would also like to see some of our non active members
and former members again. The weather is nice and it’s getting dark
earlier so there is no reason not to come to the meeting! Come on Down
and spend some time with us!!
Seems some of the ISP’s have decided to flag me as a Spammer for sending out my group e-mails, so if you want to remain on the RCARC e-mail list for the newsletter send me an e-mail with the subject “Subscribe” to my email@example.com e-mail address (Remove the # before sending). I’m going to have to set it up a little different to be in compliance with the Can-Spam act of 2003 it seems. Thanks!!
Click Here To Read The RCARC October 2014 Newsletter
Here is the October 2014 Newsletter.
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The Roane County Amateur Radio Club will hold it’s September 2014
meeting on Thursday September 11th at 7:00 pm in the Roane
County Rescue Squad building 2735 Roane State Highway, Harriman, TN.
Enter from the rear of the building off Old Hwy 70 behind the United Way office.
Try to make it to the meeting if you can. We have had several new members and
visitors lately which is good. Bring a friend!! Everyone is welcome!
Talk In will be on the 147.015 repeater. I hope to see you all
73, Jim White K4APY
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