Here is the August issue of the Ham Arundel News
Sunday, August 26 Public Service Event - Annapolis Striders Annapolis 10 Mile Run - Contact Bob K3RSJ - bobjeter at verizon dot net
Race starts at Navy Marine Corps stadium 0745 and runs about 4 hours.
We need to be in place NLT 0730
We have radios to loan if needed
A great way to obtain operating experience and have fun
The course has changed and I will supply a map when I can get one.
In order to prepare for the MDC QSO party, a work afternoon has been scheduled for Saturday, 28 July 2012. Work will begin at 1:00 at the clubhouse, and will consist of identifying radios, antennas, computers, and other equipment which will be used at the clubhouse to put W3VPR on the air on 11 & 12 August, and to pre-position as much of the equipment as possible. If you would like to help, please contact Nick ( N3CK firstname.lastname@example.org ) and plan to show up on the 28th. ---Chuck K3ACT
The AARC is the proud sponsor of the MCD QSO Party August 11 and 12, 2012:
Saturday, August 11, 12 Noon to Midnight and Sunday, August 12, 12 Noon to 8PM.
We have an obligation to all Maryland Amateur Radio operators to keep the sponsoring radio station W3VPR on the air. In addition, the scoring structure provides bonus points for contacting our club station.
There is the Ham Arundel News for July 2012 showing some of the scenes of Field Day. Please forward your recollections and thoughts on the 2012 Field Day to K3ACT@W3VPR.
Here is the June issue of the Ham Arundel News.
Friends: Dr. Rynone calls this event to the attention of AARC members. It promises to be a very interesting report on futuristic energy sources:
Mr. Robert Simmons, recently retired Systems Engineering Manager of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory will discuss world-wide efforts in the science of fusion energy. Location: AA County Police Station, 35 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater, MD in the Large Meeting Room, 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Open to the public. For more information contact William Rynone, Ph.D., P.E. (410) 263-0794 or email@example.com
The first radio brunch was enjoyed by all attending, and if you missed it, you will want to mark 16 June on your calendar and be there for the next one. The General class will be over, and Field Day will be the next weekend. The location is the same, the Old Country Buffet in Annapolis, and the time is 9:00. You pay for the buffet as you enter, and the cost for seniors is $5.49, and drinks are extra at $1.99. I believe that the non-senior rate is $5.99, and there are generous reductions for youngsters. Plan to come and bring the family to enjoy a great meal with lots of your radio friends. See you there! --Chuck K3ACT
Here is the May issue of the Ham Arundel News.
Have you been wishing for more time to get to know your fellow AARC members? Would you like an opportunity to socialize at a time and place other than at the clubhouse meetings? Then you will want to plan to come to the inaugural meeting of the AARC "Radio Brunch" on Saturday, 5 May 2012, at 9:00 a.m. We plan to meet at the Old Country Buffet in Annapolis, located at 81 Forest Plaza. The first ones to show up should reserve a table or two, and make sure that the other members find you when they arrive. This is obviously a new undertaking for the club, and we will be evaluating it to determine if the time and the place are OK, so we hope you can turn up and help us develop this into a regular event. See you there, and bring your spouse and family! ---Chuck K3ACT