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It's here! Field Day!

We are once again at the Outagamie County Conservation Club.

About 3 miles north of Appleton on Mayflower Drive.
The antenna's are up and waiting.
Bring a dish to pass and make some eyeball QSO's.
This is a 24 hour contest so come early and stay late.
Click on events above for more information.

Location:
Outagamie Conservation Club
N3502 Mayflower Rd
Hortonville, WI.

June General Membership Meeting

June 15th will be the next FCARC’s General Membership meeting. The meeting will start at 7:00 PM at the UW-Fox Valley campus in Menasha. The meeting will be in conference room 1346. Parking is available in back of the building.

Please remember Appleton Rd is closed.
http://fcarc.us/?q=node/522

VE Test Session Results

FOX CITIES AMATEUR RADIO CLUB JUNE 13, 2015 EXAM REPORT

10 Candidates were present for exams.

ALL candidates passed an exam.

They were from: Appleton, Oshkosh, Depere, Green Bay and
Kewaskum.

8 New Technician licenses granted.
2 General class licenses granted.
1 One general exam attempted and not passed.

Remind all persons taking the general exam, that on July 1, 2015 new exam booklets will be issued. Make sure they understand that they must study from the newest issued general manuals.

THANKS TO ALL VE MEMBERS ASSISTING TODAY:
Gerald Clusen - K9USN

SSTV Net - June 14

The FCARC supports a monthly net to help interested hams learn about & practice Slow Scan TV (SSTV) on 2 meters. You are invited to join. FCARC membership is not necessary. This is a semi-formal, directed net. We meet at 6 pm using both voice & SSTV transmissions on 145.330 MHz, Tone 100.

I will begin sending a few SSTV pictures prior to the net beginning at 5:45 pm for your enjoyment, and then I'll call for checkins at 6 pm.

Community Fest

Summer is finally here and with it summertime events like CommunityFest! This event
is a great way to enjoy the summer sun, festivities, and company of other hams.

This is a unique event for several reasons. First, it's the 4th of July, which is a Saturday this year.
This means fireworks to finish off the day. It's also an all-day event (for
the few who choose to stay that long) that starts at 6am and runs until
roughly 10pm. Most people will work a 3 hour shift prior to eating some
excellent food, however if you are only able to help for an hour or so that

The JDRF needs your help.

The JDRF Walk organizers have contacted Judy, WJ9K, asking for our assistance again this year. The 5K walk is scheduled for May 16 at Riverside Park in Neenah. As in the past we will meet at the Recreational Park (Neenah Swimming Pool) parking lot which is also the location of rest stop 1. This will give us ample parking and get us away from the noise (PA and loud music) at the park. The Walk begins at 10 AM so we should meet at Rec Park at 9 AM for assignments which will be given out on a first come basis.
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April 20th - General Memberhip Meeting

April 20th will be the next FCARC’s General Membership meeting. The meeting will start at 7:00 PM at the UW-Fox Valley campus in Menasha. The meeting will be in conference room 1346. Parking is available in back of the building.

2015 EAA Special Event Update.

The Fox Cities Amatuer radio Club has been invited once again to operate a Ham
Radio Special Event Station from the EAA Museum grounds durring Airventure 2015.

The sign-up for this years EAA Special Event Station is now being opened to the
ARRL general memebrship and will be drawing to a close on April 29 2015. This has
to be done so the EAA can finalise their planning to accomodate us durring the
event.

We will operate 5 days -- Wednesday through Sunday, during the show
(July 22 thru July 25, 2015). This operating event is open to all

2015 Sole Burner

Hello everyone,

The American Cancer Society has made their request for communications and logistic support for this years Soleburner.

The Soleburner event will be on May 9th at 9:00am for the main walk/run.

I hope you can find time to help with this event for a few hours on that Saturday.

We generally need operators ready by 8:30am and provide support for about 3 hours.

All are welcome!

Thank you,

Brian KB9LRD

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SSTV Net - April 12

The FCARC supports a monthly net to help interested hams learn about & practice Slow Scan TV (SSTV) on 2 meters. You are invited to join. FCARC membership is not necessary. This is a semi-formal, directed net. We meet at 6 pm using both voice & SSTV transmissions on 145.330 MHz, Tone 100.

I will begin sending a few SSTV pictures prior to the net beginning at 5:45 pm for your enjoyment, and then I'll call for checkins at 6 pm.
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