Pictures are up. Thanks, Clint.
Florida State Parks on the Air will be holding a Florida State wide event on April 7th and 8th.
SAARS wil be participating from the Anastasia State Park pavilion next to the Kayak Launch area. The park has agreed to allow all participants free access to the park. The park will be open from 8:00 AM until sunset. We should expect to operate from 10:00AM to park closing, allowing time for take down prior to park closing. We will need to take our equipment down on Saturday the 7th and return Sunday the 8th. Plan to bring easily constructed portable antennas.
For further information or problems, please contact Jack Ernissee, K4KSW, email@example.com
Website: Florida State Parks On The Air
The next meeting will be held at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the St. Augustine Airport Conference Center, 4730 Casa Cola Way, St. Augustine. (map)
The Program this month will be:
What IsThis dB Thing Anyway?
Presented By: Alan Alsobrook, KD4QOF
Please Note: No food or beverages are allowed in the meeting room
We have added a new resource for our readers. It is a table with Antenna Beam Headings and Compass Bearing Direction. It is the last entry under Calculators.
Thanks to Mark, W2OR for the table information.
Also, we now have a link to the Palatka Amateur Radio Club. It can be found under Misc. Check out their 2017 Field Day photos.
SAARS Member and great friend Larry Tucker, W9LJT, passed into eternal rest Monday, February 12, 2018. Please keep him and his family in your prayers. Larry attended many events with the club. His wife Gail was usually at his side. This picture was recently taken at our annual Christmas party. Condolences and cards can be sent to: Gail Tucker, 285 Rosemary St., Port Charlotte, FL 33954.
The February 10th testing session has been canceled. Our next session will be April 14, 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The next meeting will be held at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, February 6, 2018 in the St. Augustine Airport Conference Center, 4730 Casa Cola Way, St. Augustine. (map)
Winter Field Day has come and gone. Thanks to Ray for hosting. The pictures are up and it looks like fun was had by all …
… did anyone contact W1AW?