Upcoming Club Activities


Tuesdays On the Local system and related links at 8pm, and Saturdays on HF 3.832 LSB at 8am for legal licensees

Our Tuesday and Saturday Nets are now available online using NetLogger  to see who is logged in, and are known at this time as: Sinbad Tuesday VHF Net, and Sinbad OTW Morning Round Table, respectively. The Tuesday Net may also be accessed via Echolink by connecting to the “Sinbad”  conference node.

July 11th  2024 Meeting

(Yes, the Second  Thursday)

The Meeting will be held at The Ponderosa in Huntington

6:00_6:30 pm and meeting will call to order by 7

Many, Many thanks go out to the owners/operators of these establishments for doing such a fantastic job of accommodating our club members and visitors, THANK YOU ALL!!
We have, at least for this year, discontinued the Annual Christmas Dinner due in part to Expense and Room Availability.


::Ham Classes::

Classes Are Being Offered

***At Chrysalis out near the DMV building near the old KMART (now Uhaul) and Brent Wilson may also start a class as well***

And in Emery County for those who are interested in having a ‘live’ class Contact Willie NC7F , Bret WX7Y, or Rodney K7DLI for more information. Classes  will be formed based on Interest.


None Planned at this Time!

Don’t Forget 2 forms of ID, and a Copy of your FCC License (if upgrading) + the additional Information:
All amateur examination applicants are
required to provide an FCC Registration Number (FRN) to the
Volunteer Examiners (VEs) before taking an amateur exam.
All prospective new FCC licensees, will be
required to obtain an FRN before the examination and provide that
number to the volunteer examiners on the Form 605 license
application. An FCC instructional video provides step-by-step
instructions on how to obtain an FRN through the FCC’s COmmission
REgistration System (CORES).
The video is available  HERE
In addition, all applications are now required to
contain an email address for FCC correspondence. Applicants will
receive an email direct from the FCC with a link to the official
electronic copy of their license whenever a license is issued or
changed. ARRL VEC suggests that those without access to email to use
the email address of a family member or friend. Licensees will be
able to log in to the ULS using their FRN and password to download
the latest version of their license at any time. The FCC no longer provides paper license documents.
New FCC $35.00 Application Fee Will Not Apply to Amateur Radio License Upgrades

The FCC explained that the new fees will apply only to applications for a new license, renewal, rule waiver, or a new vanity call sign. As previously announced, the new fees take effect on April 19, 2022.

“We are pleased that the FCC will not charge licensees the FCC application fee for license upgrade applications,” said ARRL Volunteer Examiner Coordinator (VEC) Manager Maria Somma, AB1FM. “While applicants for a new license will need to pay the $35 FCC application fee, there will be no FCC charge for future upgrades and administrative updates, such as a change of mailing or email address. Most current licensees, therefore, will not be charged the new FCC application fee until they renew their license or apply for a new vanity call sign.”

ARRL previously reported that the new $35 application fee for amateur radio licenses will become effective on April 19, 2022. Further information and instructions about the FCC Application Fee are available from the ARRL VEC at www.arrl.org/fcc-application-fee.

Officers for 2024 are:

Pres.: Rodney Scott K7DLI

NVP: Larry Rhodes KJ7WST

SVP: Willie Frisbee NC7F

Secretary Treasurer: Anita Mills KB7GFV

Comms Officer: Kyle Rhodes KJ7TZA

## State Wide DARS  Nets ##

Even Months:

Third Thursday June 20th on the VHF system at 8 pm and will run
for a maximum of an hour.

Odd Months:

HF  Net  3.920 LSB
Third Saturday July 20th at 8am
and will run a maximum of an hour