Thanks to Heather, N1JHK for the following time-laps video of one of the towers being raised, Wish it happened that fast in real life!
Every year our food crew (Ed W1NQH and Brian N1TBT) are nice enough to feed all the hungry souls that help setup and operate our stations, as well as a full club dinner on Saturday night at 6 PM. The food is wonderful, and we can pay it forward by letting Ed know who and how many will attend the dinner.
The easiest way is to fill in the information on this webpage and click on the SUBMIT button, or if that doesn’t work for you, please email Ed at: email@example.com If you aren’t planning on being there, please enter a zero 0 in the dinner count field.
After substantial feedback from our membership survey, NCRC is embarking on an additional monthly meeting with a goal of providing members, new and old, a hands-on radio experience. Topics will vary from month to month, but Elmers will be there to help, and there will usually be some on-air aspect of the evening.
Our first Hands-on Radio Event will be Thursday July 19th from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at All Saints STEAM Academy, 915 W Main Rd, Middletown, RI 02842. Our topic for this meeting will be VHF radios, antennas, and accessories.
Paul Wynn, AC1DW, will be our coordinator for the first event
We have added a new “tab” to the website, called “Hands-on Radio” where you can find details about our upcoming Hands-on Radio Events and registration information.
Don’t forget: Our regular NCRC meeting will be held on Monday June 11 at KVH, starting at 7 PM. This will be our meeting to discuss final Field Day preparations, as well as vote on some pending member applications.
After the meeting, Chuck Johnson from Dayton Ohio will join us via SKYPE to discuss the history of John Kettering (founder of DELCO)
Don’t forget to let us know if you are coming to Field Day Dinner on June 23 by filling in the RSVP form (putting zero if you aren’t coming) here: http://w1sye.org/?page_id=3917
NCRC Clubmate, Peter, KB1ZMO, is a silent key as of May 25, 2018.
As reported by John Mills.
Peter was Navy pilot and commercial pilot for Mohawk Airlines
He lived in Little Compton for 20+ years and was an accountant.
KB1ZMO was active on HF nets and had joined NCRC about 4 years ago.