The Anne Arundel Radio Club held it's annual Holiday party at Ford Hall on the grounds of the DFRC. Attendance was the highest in recent years due to the number of recent graduates of the fall tech class.
The menu included the standard slow roasted ham and turkey and other savory items that were followed by a wide selection of cakes, pies and cookies.
The election is history. The members of the new 2019 Board of Directors are:
President: Keith Miller (AE3D)
Vice President: Tim Nagel (KB3YQK)
Secretary: Steven Grimaud (W3SWG)
Treasurer: Will Mooney (KA3UQQ)
Director: Larry Booth (AA3AU)
Director: Eric Berman (KC3GDV)
Director: Bernarr Coletta (KC3KFD)
February 2nd is the date for the 2019 Frostfest, the Mid-Atlantic's biggest hamfest in Richmond. But it is about a 2 hour drive. Why not take the Bus? The AARC is planning a bus trip to the event, and you don't have to be an AARC member to join us. Interested?. Want to know more?
John Williams (K8JW) and Gordong Davids (WJ3K) installed and set up the Automated Packet Reporting System (APRS) Digipeater at the AARC clubhouse Friday 26 October, using the high west side antenna. It operates on the normal APRS network frequency of 144.390 MHz, beaconing every five minutes with a beacon text string of:
!3854.19N/07639.15Wr147.105MHz T107 +060