Holmesburg Amateur Radio Club, WM3PEN A special QSL card will be offered featuring William Penn. through clubs and occupational therapy programs in veterans' hospitals and convalescent centers nationwide. We also participated in hospital emergency preparedness exercises and just like (this motor-generator puts out the volts for the transmitter PA tube(s). . The Cuyahoga County Radio Club was formed around this. MiCHiGAN ANTiquE RADiO CLuB Kutztown, PA info: index-art.info iNDiANA COLLECTORS CLuB MEET. Albuquerque, nM - Kaseman Presb. Hospital.
We have VE sessions for anyone wishing to get licensed or to upgrade.
Serving Ham interests since in the Blackstone Valley. We meet on the last Monday of the month at 7: More info at http: All amateur radio operators and friends of hams are welcome to join.
We are especially interested in people who enjoy taking part in public service activities. We want inspired people of all ages. You will find that we are a very informal group. Also note that we have breakfast together every Saturday Morning 8: BoxWest Warwick, RI ; club website: For more info visit www.
BoxAnderson, S. We also have breakfast each Saturday morning 7: Check our web site for more information: Greer Amateur Radio Club Comprised of approx. Meets each second monday of the month, 7: Visitors, guests, family members welcome. Our business meeting is the 2nd Thursday and program meeting on the 4th Thursday.Tri-Cities,WA Ham radio swap meet May 5 2018
The clubhouse has a radio museum, conference room, kitchen and radio room forevents. For more information, visit www. Hoodlums Friendship Net 10m: Friday of the mo. The club radio system covers all the Blacks Hills of western South Dakota and out approx. The meeting starts at 7: Contact Vince Lobardo Jr. Discussion group on all ham radio related items, current affairs,health and welfare, and passing local traffic. Our members are dedicated to working closely with the Gibson County Emergency Management Agency to provide communications in a disaster, declared emergenciesand special events.
We meet each month on the fourth Monday night 7: For more information about us or upcoming events please visit our website: Everyone interested in Amateur Radio, licensed or not, is cordially invited. Clarksville TNand meeting start at 6: Jan, March, May, July, Sept. We welcome all visitors who want to know more about the club or becoming a Amateur Radio operator.
We do have classes for technician and general FCC license. Contact Jimmie Shelton, P.
Meetins are held the third Monday night of each quarter starting with the third Monday night in January, April, July, October at a local resturant. Net is Turesday night at 8: Amateur radio operators also called Hams communicate with other operators in the local area, statewide, nationally, and even worldwide. Hams also aid during times of emergencies with vital communication links. Currently meeting at the Red Cross Building, W. VE test sessions are held on the second Saturday of every odd month.
Contact Ken at Kerrylong comcast. We eat at 5: Please check out our website for club info. VE testing after meeting on odd months. See website at http: We are a general-interest club for all facets of Ham Radio. Meets on the third Monday of each month, 7 p.
BoxEvensville, TN ; e-mail ko4sy arrl. Meetings start at 7: Guest are welcome Net every Thursday eve.
Open repeater, no tone. Weekly on air nets are: Traders and Information Net 8: BoxJackson, TN ; website: Meeting time is the first Saturday of each month at Questions may be directed to alamodx kkn. Our club meets the first Tuesday of each month at Waterloo Icehouse N. Members can usually be found monitoring the For more information, check out our Website, http: Meets second Saturday of each month 11a. Glen Reid - K5FX k5fx arrl. Currently the Club is meeting at the St. Meetings consist of a short business session followed by a program on some aspect of Ham Radio or related topics.
The club call sign is KK5W. Repeaters frequented by members are We sponsor a wide area repeater open to all hams on All area hams are cordially invited to attend. For more info, contact Rich at n5csu arrl. Meetings held the 3rd WED of each month, 7 - 9 p. Educational programs are typically presented on the 3rd Thursday.
The Board meeting is at 7 pm and the club meeting starts at 8 pm. Open to all hams and interested people. There is an informal gathering for dinner at 6 pm at the Burger House, Marsh Ln.
See Club Website for more info. VE Testing available after each meeting. We are an ARRL Special Services Club supporting a full complement of activities including Field Day participation, license classes, and active support of public service events. The club also maintains the Emergency Communications Center, located in downtown Garland. December meeting is annual dinner at location tbd. We are also a general interest club.
Come join us anytime! Public information Net every Monday night on frequency We invite you to attend our events. Our members are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the organization and how you can join.
We encourage you to contact us if you would like more information or are interested in becoming a part of our organization.
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You may reach us at: Visitors are always welcome. A family-oriented organization offering community service, RACES team, social events, and techinical assistance. See our website for frequent updates and latest info with maps and more. We are the Friendly Bunch with one Grouch! VE testing second Saturday of the month.
Also, we have a breakfast at a local restaurant on the Saturday following our regular monthly meeting at 8: We hold a monthly Meeting-On-The-Air at 7: We assist the City of Richardson with monthly emergency siren testing. Members also provide mobile communications support for local public service events, such as the Wild Ride Bike Rally. Our membership covers a broad spectrum, of age and communications experience with our youngest member being a General Class licensee at age We are a non-profit c 3 club.
BoxRichardson, TX See our website: For more information, email: Worth meetings - 3rd Thursday of month at Ole South Pancakes pm supper 7pm meeting. University Blvd just south of I Tuesday net - 8: The meetings begin at 7 p. We also hold monthly testing sessions on the 3rd Wednesday at the same location.
We discuss Low power operations,Portable operation, Kit building, contests and many other interesting and exciting things. No Dues, just fun. Contact Dave Routzon, President, P. Meets the third Friday of each month at 7: Contact Rocky Wilson, P.
Monday Night Social net on Testing for anyone that wants to get a license, or to upgrade their license after the meeting. Contact Gene Bitner, P. Contact Richard Lenoir, Plum St. Everyone is invited to visit us at our monthly meetings, which are held on the third Monday of each month.
Additional details about the club can be found at our website at http: Radio Active Camping and Contesting Club. Meet the third Thursday of each month at 7 p. BoxSan Angelo, TX Public service club meets the second Thursday of each month at 7: Weekly on-the-air nets on local BoxSan Antonio, TX Monthly except December meeting second Thursday, 7: Jim Flanders or email w0oog arrl.
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Anyone interested in spotting severe weather and when you're in the area please check in. Radar reports are always available. Our repeater is on We host an every Monday night net there at 8: All are welcome to check-in. We meet for breakfast on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Kettle restaurant on Loop in Tyler. All are welcome to join us. Our mailing address is P. Box in Tyler, ZIP is Our web page is at www.
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Worth area meetings - 3rd Thursday of month 7 p. The Rig Restaurant on I south of I 6 p. Meetings - 1st Sat of month 7 p. Azle City Hall on Hwy Thursday net 8 p.
Except June, July and August. VE session at 5: Open to all with an interest in Amateur Radio. Contact Club via ;e-mail w7drc arrl. We meet at the Riverdale fire station located at Parker Dr. Our website is constantly updated and contains more information as well as a map to the meeting site. Contact Mike Fullmer, P. BoxOgden, UT ; kz7o arrl. Contact the Ham Hotline, Woodside Dr. Mitch Stern,email: Our membership is from Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax areas.
Meetings areheld on the second Friday of each month at 7: We are looking for boys and girls ages who are interested in Emergency Service and learning about Emergency and Disater service and Emergency Communications.
Our meeting are held at 7: We maintain 3 repeaters Every Thursday we have an on the net on all three repeaters. I am an amateur radio operator. On the day of the accident, I was working alone on the top section of my new foot antenna tower.
When I had completed the work, I discovered that I had, over the course of several trips up the tower, brought up about lbs of tools and spare hardware. Rather than carry the now unneeded tools and materials down by hand, I decided to lower the items in a small barrel by using a pulley that, fortunately, was attached to the top of the tower. Securing the rope at ground level, I went to the top of the tower and loaded the tools and materials into the barrel. Then I came back to the ground and untied the rope, holding it tightly to ensure a slow descent of the lbs.
Surprised at being suddenly yanked off the ground, I lost my presence of mind and forgot to let go of the rope. Needless to say, I proceeded at a rather rapid rate up the side of the tower. In the vicinity of the foot level, I met the barrel coming down. This explains my fractured skull and broken collarbone. Slowed only slightly, I continued my rapid ascent, not stopping until the fingers of my right hand were two knuckles deep into the pulley.
Fortunately, by this time I had regained my presence of mind and was able to hold tightly to the rope in spite of my pain. At approximately the same time, however, the barrel hit the ground and the bottom fell out of it.
Without the tools, the barrel now weighed 20 lbs I refer you again to my weight in Block No. As you might imagine, I began an abrupt descent down the side of the tower. Around the foot level, I met the barrel coming up. This accounts for the two fractured ankles and the lacerations of my legs and lower body. The encounter with the barrel slowed me enough to lessen my injuries when I fell onto the pile of tools, and fortunately only three vertebrae were cracked.
I am sorry to report, however, that as I lay there on the tools, in pain, unable to stand, and watching the empty barrel 80 feet above me, I again lost my presence of mind.
I let go of the rope.