Author Archives: Rick Hatton
The November meeting will be held at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at the Main Branch of the St. Johns County Library at 1960 N. Ponce De Leon Blvd. St. Augustine, FL (map). Program this month: “SAARS – A … Continue reading
Polo Shirts are ready for those who ordered them. A new order is being assembled now. So, if you are wanting a Polo Shirt bring $22.00 with you to the meeting to place your order.
The October meeting will be held at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at the Main Branch of the St. Johns County Library at 1960 N. Ponce De Leon Blvd. St. Augustine, FL (map). Program this month: “Switching Power Supplies” … Continue reading
St. Ambrose Church will have Food, Fun, Activities and Tours Sunday, October 4, 2015, from Noon until 4pm. For more information visit our information page.
SAARS supports passage of the Amateur Radio Parity Act. This Act, when passed, will allow amateur radio operators to erect reasonable antennas at residences covered by HOAs, COAs and CCRs. To learn more about this act and help support its … Continue reading
The location for the 2015 Field Day Event has been changed. Due to a road construction project at the Dunn’s Creek State Park we have had to change this years Field Day location to the Welaka State Forest Park. This … Continue reading
Pictures are starting to come in. Camping – April 17th – April 19th, 2015 Check-in – Gate opens @ noon on Friday April 17th, 2015 Check-out ** No later than Sunday 4 pm April 19th, 2015 Saturday – April 18th, … Continue reading
On a sunny Saturday afternoon in March 2015 SAARS members came together to dismantle the antennas and tower of SAARS silent key Samuel Snook Jr., W4CXM. The new homeowner contacted a SAARS member inquiring if anyone would be willing to … Continue reading
During the March 3rd, 2015 meeting the St. Augustine Amateur Radio Society recognized former President Kerry Hinkley for the many years of dedicated service to SAARS. Current President Doug Stewart presented Hinkley with a certificate honoring him as President Emeritus … Continue reading