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Friday March 24, 2017 (day 83/2017)

6:00 PM: New Ham / Elmer meeting.
7:00 PM: General Social/Gathering.
7:30 PM: Business meeting and program.

Welcome to our newest RARS members
K4WWR Robert Walker KM4ZSZ Tara Goodwin KK4QEF Lannie Godwin
KN4BED Dean Ancajas KN4BIA Robert Bailey KN4BEH Greg Peter

Current News and Events
Updated March 23, 2017 21:45:44



The 45th Annual RARSfest and
ARRL Roanoke Division Convention

is on April 15, 2017
at the NC State Fairgrounds.
See rars.org/rarsfest for details.
Thanks to N4TL, Tom Lewis
for these RARSfest Photos.

Amateur Radio License Classes
RARS Technician Class License Course will be on April 29, May 6, 13 and 20.
Watch here for future license class announcements.

Support RARS - Shop Online at AMAZON SMILE

DAYTON XENIA HAMVENTION
Hara Arena Closed - Hamvention moving to Green County Fairgrounds in Xenia OH.

RARS CLUB SHIRTS
Your RARS Shirts can be ordered from Supreme T-Shirts and Apparel in Garner.
An order form is available on the RARS Members Only page.
Questions should be referred to Murray Merner.

How to Build a Simplified Arduino CW Trainer
On page 39 of the September QST there is an article by RARS VP Tom Lewis, N4TL, titled "Arduino CW Trainer" explaining how to build the device. Tom has an updated version of the article on QRZ website titled Arduino Morse Code Trainer.   Tom briefly discussed the article at the September RARS Membership Meeting.
For further infomation contact Tom.

RARS Brochure now available
RARS Public Information Officer Charles Good, KM4AMT, has developed an informational brochure for RARS. All RARS Members are encouraged to download the brochure and use it to promote RARS to their fellow Hams at hamfests or other locations where Ham Radio Operators are in attendance.
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RARS and Scouting
Amateur radio has been a part of Scouting since 1918. RARS is working to develop contacts within the local Scouting community to foster and promote education, technical awareness, and achievement in Amateur Radio. If you are interested in helping the local Scouting youth programs, visit our Scouting page... http://www.rars.org/scouting/

Check out the new RARS Kudos page.


Dick Bitner Benevolent Fund

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