Lew KK4YPA Has for sale Yaesu FT-100D and an ATAS-100 screwdriver antenna. They both work good and I have the manual for the radio. It also has a new mike cord. Asking $450 Thanks, Lew Contact Lew firstname.lastname@example.org
The first weekend of the new year was GREAT. There were at least two activities this past weekend, one was the kids event and the other starts the national Parks event. 9see QST for details0 73 and Happy near to all--73 K4KHV
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Dont forget the FALLING WATERS PICNIC this year. It will be at the Falling Waters State Park, south of Chipley, Fl. The date is March 5th and the time is about 8 or 9 AM Chicken will be furnished and if you like, you can bring a side dish or desert. There will be some tailgating and a left foot code contest. Fun for all! This is sponsored by the Holmes County Radio Club everyone invited, licensed or not, just interested in Amateur radio is welcomed. 850-547-2141 for further info Thanks to Ewan N4LMI and Dee KB4UUA for their efforts !
The February CARC club meeting will be held at Jackson County EOC on February 18th, doors will open at 1900.
An amateur radio licensing exam will be offered before the club meeting to anyone interested in obtaining their technician license or upgrading a current active license. Walk ins are welcomed, but prior notification of intent to test is appreciated. The regular club meeting will commence after testing and grading has been completed and everyone is welcomed and encouraged to attend.
The CARC is funded entirely on membership dues and donations. All funds are used to promote the continued advancement of amateur radio in our local area. The club also maintains the local repeater on 146.670 that is open to amateur radio operator use. Your support is greatly appreciated!