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Ken was for many years the driving force behind our club. He was tireless in his efforts to promote amateur radio and our club. Our former clubhouse was named the “Ken Groom ZR5AAD Technical and Training Center” in his honor. While club president, Ken initiated mini-swaps and breakfasts at the clubhouse. The club would now like to continue this in his memory.
Thus, on Saturday, December 8, the club will be holding the “ZR5AAD Memorial Mini-Swap and Pancake Breakfast.” There will be no charge for admittance, tables, or breakfast – although donations to the club will be very much appreciated. We’ll also continue the tradition of holding a 50/50 drawing.
Gather your friends, family, and unneeded gear and come prepared to eat, socialize, and buy, sell, or trade equipment. This event will be held at the Chick-Owa Sportsman’s Club, 9279 Ottogan St., Holland from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (Later in the day, we’ll be holding a Ham in a Day session which begins at 1:00 and licensing exams beginning at 6:00.) If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact John at AC8HZ@arrl.net.
“Ham in a Day” Held at the Chick-Owa Sportsman’s Club located at 9279 E. Ottogan Street (just west of Winding Creek) in Holland. This is an opportunity for anyone wishing to get their amateur radio technician license to study and take the exam all in one afternoon. Directed study starts at 1:00 and continues till 6:00, when the test will be given. For registration and more information, go to: http://tinyurl.com/holo-hiad-ve. Cost for the Ham in a Day study session is $25. Also, anyone holding a current technician or general license may arrive at 6:00 and take the test to upgrade at no cost. Anyone whose license is within 90 days of expiring can also renew their license between 6:00 and the end of testing at no charge.
There is a PDF uploaded that has pictures of the 2018 field day.
And Zach, KE8BSM has uploaded a great video to Youtube:
After years of being with the Yahoo Groups, and after much heartache, the Holland ARC has moved over to the groups.io email list server. Superior service is here.
If you did not get the email on how to sign up, please go to:
From there you will see “apply for membership” icon. Click on that and follow the instructions and we should be good to go.
The archives are available at any time to be read without logging in. Todd, W8YHF ported over thousands of emails from the Yahoo Group.
The Holland Amateur Radio Club is now meeting on a NEW DAY in a NEW LOCATION. For the foreseeable future, the club will hold general meetings on the second Tuesday of the month and E.A.T. meetings will be held on fourth Tuesday of the month, both at 7pm. Our new location will be the Chick-Owa Sportsman’s Club, located at 9279 E Ottogan Street (just west of Winding Creek).
The Chick-Owa club is graciously allowing us to utilize their building for our club activities. These facilities give us room to grow, with tables and seating for 100+, as well as a full kitchen available for our use. Both our monthly general meetings and our E.A.T. meetings are being held there, as well as “Ham in a Day” and VE sessions. To recap,
All General meetings 2nd Tuesday of month Chick-Owa
All E.A.T. meetings 4th Tuesday of month Chick-Owa
Ham in a Day Various Saturdays Chick-Owa
Here are 14 of the folks who helped out with the Tulip Time Parade medical communications on Wednesday, May 10, 2017. When all else fails, there is amateur radio.
Here is a short pictorial on this year’s Field Day. Thank you to all who participated.
Now you can subscribe to either calendar and get an alert on your computer or phone 5 minutes before a net starts. Both versions are the exact same so it doesn’t matter which calendar (Apple or Google) you subscribe to.
For the Apple people who use the Calendar / iCal app on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, use this link:
For you Android and Google Calendar guys, use this one:
Please enjoy & 73s!
Presented here is a simple PDF with several online links that can help you study for your first technician license, and upgrade to the general and extra class: