Andre, K6AH. Keith, Welcome and thanks for taking on this important topic. I will try to get someone in our group to sign up here and offer ideas we can all push around.
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Thank you Paul!!! Paul Staby outgoing president was presented a plaque for his outstanding leadership as president and involvement in the Durango Amateur Radio Club for the past 20 years at our February 13, meeting. Thank you to David Bygel our new president for making arrangements for the plaque.
Updated: August 17, pm. At their Sept. He said they try to promote educational and social opportunities for young people through amateur radio.
A standing room only crowd, that included several members of the Parker County Ministerial Alliance, which asked the council to consider the items, was heavily in favor of the items. Councilman Jeff Robinson made the motion with Craig Swancy seconding. Mayor Pro Tem Waymon Hamilton cast the dissenting vote, saying he did not want to put the taxpayers under threat of litigation with the vote.
Post a Comment. Many people say they have no time to operate portable. In our busy schedules radio time often has to be put in between other activities.
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Will Teague, left and Clay Riley, center, prepare for the start of the event. The Amateur Radio Club of Parker County spent its weekend in a way not many people would agree to: outside. The club, which has about 60 members on its roster, is taking part with radio clubs around the world in a Field Day which began around 1 p.