Due to the current health pandemic spreading across the nation and advice received by the Crown lands department, access to the club rooms are closed and all future face to face activities are on hold until further notice.
The clubs executive team are currently working on a solution for alternate means to host business meetings.
On the bright side this is a good time to be an amateur radio operator and we expect to see the bands a bit busier with more people staying home.
The Club wishes to thank those that submitted their expression of interest for the MMDVM build day. The club will collate the numbers along with build requirements and the projects co-ordinator will come back with further details to those interested soon.
Are you interested in obtaining or upgrading your current licence? The club’s education coordinator is a Level 3 assessor which means as per the current processes can facilitate remote assessment sessions.
If you are interested in obtaining or upgrading your current licence, please reach out to Karen our Education Coordinator at email@example.com for further details
The club’s Thursday evening net hot topic for this week was “What old projects will you be dusting off” and “What other aspects of AR do you want to learn?”. The club is also running a daily net at 10am to check in on your mate. Both nets are available via the VK2RAG 2 Meter repeater. Do you have a suggestion for the clubs next weekly net topic or a burning question? Feel free to leave a comment on the club’s page or reach out to the club via email.
Remember, you can view the live stream of the Thursday evening net from Facebook, watch later on the clubs YouTube channel or join in via Echo link using the *CCARCNSW* conference server.
You can find out more about the CCARC on the web at ccarc.org.au.
Vice-President, Central Coast Amateur Radio Club.