The Indianapolis Radio Club Februay 17, 2014
Membership Members 100 Year Celebration Operating History Newsletters Hilltop Testing Pictures
Don't miss the next meeting of the Indianapolis Radio Club, Friday, March 14, at 7:30 pm.The program at the March meeting will be on T33A, by N9NS. The team activated Banaba island during November 2013. They had six stations at two sites operating CW/SSB/RTTY on 160m through 10m. The team was comprised of W2IJ, N1EMC, N6HC, N9NS, W6KK, N7CQQ, KD6XH, AA4FL, AD6E, DL5EBE, WA1S, WA1F, DL6KVA, N6HD, DJ5IW, K3VN, WA6FGV, PY2PT and K4ZLE. http://www.t33a.com/
There will be an informal social time prior to the meeting, starting around 7:00. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD IN A NEW LOCATION! This meeting will be held in Room 101-2 of the IFC building of IVYTech at 2535 N. Capitol Ave. This building is located just west of the building we have been meeting in, and there is parking adjacent to this building. Point your browser to http://www.ivytech.edu/shared/shared_hcompwg/maps/ivytech-NMC-campus13.pdf for a map.
Continuing 100 year celebration presentations covering 1930 through 1960
For the 2014 Indiana QSO Party, there will be a bonus station, W9JP/100. The Indianapolis Radio Club will be operating as W9JP/100 as a special event station in honor of the clubs 100 year anniversary. This detail is noted in the rules for 2014 found here:http://hdxcc.org/inqp/rules.html
Check the Indy Fox Hunting Group facebook page for details concerning the next Indy fox hunt.
The 100th year anniversary committee is being chaired by Tom Chance, K9XV.
Club treasurer Rhonda Curtis, WS9H, announced that Thompson will be providing the bus to Dayton again this year for the same price as last year.Club Meetings are currently held at the Ivy Tech Community College.
The club members check into the weekly net on 224.98 at 8:00 and 146.88 at 8:15PM local time on Tuesday Nights. The frequency change is necessary due to building work at the 224.80 QTH.
The Indianapolis Radio Club was founded in 1914 and has met continuously since. The club is a general interest group that meets on the second (2nd) Friday of each month except July and August. "Meetings start at 7:30 PM with a short business meeting followed by a program of interest to all. Preceeding the meeting, there is an informal social session that starts at 7:00 PM, where members and visitors can chat and exchange information over refreshments.
There is an Amateur radio station W9JP located in the facility which the club operates and maintains. Talk in is normally on the 146.07/67 or the 146.10/70 repeater.
Elections: All officers have been involved in the planning of the 100th year of the
Indianapolis Radio Club and have volunteered for another year of service.
· President: Dave Spoelstra, N9KT – EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
· Vice Pres.: Dave Miller, K9RTT - ..EMAIL email@example.com
· Secretary: Ken Bandy, KJ9B - ..EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
· Treasurer: Rhonda Curtis, WS9H - ..EMAIL WS9H@comcast.net
· Chief Operator: Tom Chance, K9XV - ..EMAIL email@example.com
· Dir. at large: Jim Rinehart, K9RU – EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
· Dir. at large: Jerry Skoll, KC9DTB - ..EMAIL email@example.com
· Dir. at large: Bob Osterhous - ..EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
· W9JP Trustee: Don Hemenover, N9DOO – EMAIL email@example.com
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