Thanks to everyone who responded to our request to help fill in the missing calls in the caption of our Holiday Party photo. 73 de W1MJ
The Clay Center Amateur Radio Club has invited all WARA members to join them for an evening with Mike Corey KI1U, the ARRL Emergency Preparedness Manager.
When: Tuesday, January 16, 2018, at 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Where: The Clay Center at Dexter Southfield School, 20 Newton St, Brookline MA, top floor at the observatory.
Topic: Mike Corey, KI1U, the ARRL Emergency Preparedness Manager, will talk about how he led an expedition of 50 volunteers to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria to help with emergency communications.
Hosts: The officers and student members of the Clay Center Amateur Radio Club, a youth and family club of over 340 members and growing, and by New England Amateur Radio, NE1AR, facilitating ham radio education and public service.
Refreshments: Pizza and snacks.
Door Prize: Free pen/toolkit for first 100 people at the event.
RSVP: Email Bob K5TEC, club secretary, for more information or to register. Bphinney@dextersouthfield.org
K1UGM Silent Key – Long-time WARA member Jim Morris, K1UGM, has passed away. Among other contributions, Jim donated the equipment for the 64 Echolink. As a tribute, John, K1BOS, who now houses this equipment, arranged a day of silence for the 64 Echolink. Jim’s fascinating story is available at www.scitechantiques.com/resume
Jim was 80 years old when he ran up the repeater site ladder like a kid on a jungle gym and helped resolve a problem with the 64 repeater (from Fall 2008 PHI):
WARA Holiday Dinner – The Waltham ARA Holiday Dinner on December 20th was well attended and lots of fun. The next club meeting will be the regular last-Wednesday meeting on January 31, 2018. Meeting Information
“The Jack and Sal Radio Show” – An artistic 04/64 listener named Ruth (that is all we know about her) has sent us this masterpiece of caricature, and provided this name for the commuting-time discussions on our flagship repeater.
We have the club Yahoo Group, a Facebook page, meetings, and of course communications on our repeaters. Do we want to add a blog here on our web site too? What would we use it for? If interested, enter your opinion on the following content form: http://walthamara.org/contact/contactform-website/