The Club held their general business meeting last week with many discussions had including external events and digital repeater capability improvement within the central coast region and welcomed 11 new members to the club. The Club welcomes Hank VK2BHL, Wayne M, Jeremy G, Ryan F, Tristan C, Wayne T, Mark M, Alastair B, Garay M, Stephen B and Michael D who all recently sat their foundation course with the club’s education facilitator and are currently awaiting their call sign allocation.
The clubs committee continues to review responses to the recent Mayham event survey and has received over 50 responses so far. The club thanks those who have provided their feedback.
For those wishing to submit their thoughts regarding the event, the club has a survey available. The survey can be found at www.tiny.cc/ccarc
The club will be holding its Annual General Meeting in August with the date to be confirmed over the coming weeks.
The next scheduled Slow Scan Television net on Friday the 18th of June at 7:30 PM on the 147.125 MHz 2 Meter WICEN Repeater.
If you have any feedback regarding this net, please reach out to the club directly with suggestions or feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org,
The next Central Coast WICEN Meeting will be held at 12:00 PM on Saturday the 19th of June
Bob VK2AOR and Dave VK2KFU continue with the clubs Morning Tea net every day. Whilst some check ins are starting to lighten up with many returning to their workplace, the boys continue to push through. A huge thanks go out to Bob and Dave for running these nets, it sure brightens up everyone’s day.
Both nets are held on the VK2RAG 2 Metre repeater, 146.725Mhz with a 91.5hz sub audible tone.
Unfortunately, we are experiencing a one-way audio issue with Echo link and we hope to have this returned soon
The club looking for more operators to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the RAAF. This is a great opportunity to get out on the bands and share in celebrating this momentous occasion portable or otherwise. If club members are interested in participating, please reach out to the club directly.
You can find out more about the CCARC on the web at www.ccarc.org.au; or Search for Central Coast Amateur Radio Club on social media platforms to find us. Remember to give the club a “like” to follow for any updates.
Vice-President & Publicity, Central Coast Amateur Radio Club.