President

Greetings to club members, Friends of the KCRA, and all fellow HAM’s!

This Tuesday’s meeting will be doing the Hands-On kit building Lab. We will be making the Hendricks Code Practice Oscillator Kits. http://www.qrpkits.com/files/cpo_010611.pdf This is a very basic, easy to assemble kit with all the components supplied.

Upcoming events the Club will be participating in:

September 6th - Kings County ARES - TEAL Walk/Run in Prospect Park. Contact: Bob/KD2BQM
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9/11 Memorial Station – (need a good location)

September 13th - Kings County ARES - Dan’s 5K Fun Run/Walk in Gerritsen Beach. ~This will be an
inter-operability exercise using both GMRS and HAM.~ Contact: Bob/ KD2BQM This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

September 24th - Richmond County ARES - Richmond County Medical Center - Mass Casaulty Full Scale
Exercise - 10am. Contact: Lefty/KB2KAB This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

September 27th, The Boy Scouts of America have invited us to Fort Hamilton Army Base for their first annual BOY SCOUT Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) DAY. This event will feature hands-on learning, in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Workshops. led by Scout Volunteers, Industry Professionals, and Educators. We were asked to assist with their Radio

Merit Badge.

Links for this event: http://www.bsa-gnyc.org/event/1579709 http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/BoyScouts/AdvancementandAwards/MeritBadges/mb-RADO.aspx

We could use volunteers for that event, please contact us at info @ kc2ra org.

9/11 Memorial – (need a good location)

New York QSO party and JOTA - October

Become Radioactive! Come to the KCRA meetings! Learn something participating in our Hands-On-
Labs! The Kings County Repeater Association needs your support at our monthly meetings! If you have any ideas that pertain to amateur radio, we would like to hear from you.

 

I think most of us are members of the ARRL. If you are not, I would like you to consider becoming a member of the ARRL. The ARRL has a lot to offer you in many ways, and they protect the amateur radio bands from commercial use!

73’de Vinny/KB2PSI

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