Announcements: November 2009

College Interactive Website – A new website, <www.collegearc.com>, has been created to serve the college amateur radio community by providing a resource to the college community through sharing information about their activities between each other, to the general amateur radio community, and to the general public. The website will help supply information to help new clubs form, promote membership, and increase club activities, also inspiring enthusiasm for younger and older radio amateurs alike. Go to <www.collegearc.com> to find out more about its resources.

The following special event stations are scheduled for November:

N1Z, from celebration of the Connecticut Beardsley Zoo’s contribution to the community, Bridgeport, CT; Greater Bridgeport ARC and Derby OEM; 1400Z November 14 to 1900Z November 15 on 3.855, 14.255, 21.350, 28.440 MHz pending band conditions. For QSL and certificate send QSL and SASE to GBARC, c/o John G. Russo, 104 Woodside Ave., Waterbury, CT 06708. <www.gbarc.net>

N2UL, from “CQ Veteran’s Day,” Nutley, New Jersey; Robert D. Grant United Labor ARA; 1200–2400Z November 11 on 7.250, 14.260, 28.460 MHz, W2NJR-R Echolink. For certificate send QSL and SASE to RDGULARA, c/o WA2VJA, 112 Prospect St., Nutley, NJ 07110-0716.

N4I, honoring America’s veterans, National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center, Fort Benning, Columbus, Georgia; Columbus ARC; 1400–2200Z November 11 on CW 7.045 and 14.046, SSB 7.225 and 14.250 MHz. QSL or certificate with QSL and SASE to Columbus ARC, P.O. Box 6336, Columbus, GA 31917.

WŘJH, “Remembering the Edmund Fitzgerald,” 34th anniversary, from Split Rock Lighthouse (ARLHS USA 783), Split Rock, Minnesota; Stillwater ARA; 1600Z November 7 to 0200Z

November 9, two stations operating, SSB 3.860, 7.260, 14.260, 21.360 MHz. Certificate available for QSL and SASE to: WŘJH, 1618 West Pine St., Stillwater, MN 55082. <www.radioham.org>

The following hamfests, etc., are slated for November:

Nov. 1, WACOM Hamfest, Washington County Fairgrounds, Washington, Pennsylvania. For more information contact Bud Plants, N3TIR, e-mail: <n3tir@arrl.net, phone 724-484-0207, or go to: <www.wacomarc.org>. (Talk-in 145.49; exams 10 AM)

Nov. 1, Massillon ARC Hamfest & Auction, Massillon Boys & Girls Club Complex, Massillon Ohio. Contact Terry Russ, N8ATZ, 3420 Briardale Cr. NW, Massillon, OH 44646; <www.marcradio.org>. (Talk-in 147.18+; exams, contact Gary Kline, WC8W, 330-837-2927)

Nov. 7, Enid Hamfest, Garfield County Fairgrounds Hoover Building, Enid, Oklahoma. For details go to: <http://www.enidhamfest.com>. (Talk-in 147.375 +.600 MHz; exams 1 PM)

Nov. 8, Central Illinois-St. Louis Area ATV Banquet, Ariston Restaurant, Litchfield, Illinois. Contact Scott Millick, K9SM, e-mail: <smillick@wamusa.com>.
Nov. 14, Montgomery ARC Hamfest, Garrett Coliseum, South Alabama State Fairgrounds, Montgomery, Alabama. Contact Rik Doll, KU4PY, e-mail: <ku4py@arrl.net>, phone 334-277-0864 <hamfest@w4ap.org>. (Talk-in 146.84, D-STAR 146.92; exams 8 AM)

Nov. 14–15, Fort Wayne Hamfest & Computer Expo, Allen County War memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Indiana. For details call (answering machine, leave message) 260-579-2196; <http://www.fortwaynehamfest.com>. (Talk-in 146.88[–]; exams Saturday)

 

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