January 17, 2018
New licensed Amateur Radio Operators
KEØPRS - Russell Karlowsky, Garfield, Kansas
KEØPRV - Marc Walker, Atwood, Kansas
These two gentlemen tested and passed their technician class exam at the SHARC club meeting held in Scott City on Thursday 4 January 2018. Congratulations !!
Rod, KØEQH and Evelyn,
WBØQYA celebrated 'Revcom's 27th year.
The World Wide Web has just
learned that the celebration also
included the applause for Rod, KØEQH and Evelyn's WBØQYA's
50th wedding anniversary.
Thanks for the snapshot
Read a short, concise
history of SHARC's year 2016 activities.
|Want to get your hands on some electronics? Want to
configure your electronics to talk around the world? Want to know how it
all works, really know how it works?
Join the SandHills Amateur Radio Club and learn what it's all about.
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remember; the Club meetings are always FREE and open to the public.
Set in on a meeting and shake some hands. You'll be welcomed with
SHARC Monthly Club meetings are held on the first
Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM. Meeting
locations alternate between Garden City (The
basement of the Law Enforcement Center, 302 N.
9th. Access via main doorways and steps to the
basement) and in Scott City (The Scott County
Library at 110 West 8th Street). Always cookies
and coffee and good fellowship.
club operates repeaters on 146.910 mHz, 442.500
mHz (141.3) in Garden City and 146.700 mHz in
Scott City. The Club packet APRS station can be
found on 144.390 mHz also. Click Here for a complete
list. Many area hams monitor
the national simplex frequency of 146.52
Join us at Time Out Restaurant,
1319 N. Taylor in Garden City, for the weekly Brag 'n
Every Saturday morning, 9 AM.
Located on the south end of the old bowling alley.
time to time we need to remind ourselves of
history of SHARC. HERE.
dues are $15 per year ( family membership $22 ) and are due on January 1 of
each year. Mail your check to:
SAND HILLS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
1104 MAIN STREET
SCOTT CITY, KANSAS 67871