Scott Broadribb, KD7NMO, briefed on January 8th at Fargo’s Pizza, attracting the biggest crowd we’ve had in 3 years. Scott peaked our interest in cutting-edge ham-radio technologies with which most of us haven’t yet experimented. But we will now, knowing the cost of entry is low and the capabilities are high.
Stay tuned to this website! If you missed the presentation, Tom Bonifas, KCØYVW, recorded it and we will post it here soon.
Please join us in celebrating Don’s life on Saturday, April 10th. Due to COVID restrictions on capacity, please come during the times posted below if you are with the following groups:
1-2pm Radio Club friends 2-3pm Jaguar Club friends 3-4pm Fargo’s friends Open house style with light appetizers and a cash bar. We will be on the upper level.Please do not attend if you have any COVID symptoms.Meter parking available on the street or parking garage located at 130 S Nevada
The next Garden of the Gods Amateur Radio Club luncheon will be held on Monday, March 2nd at Fargo’s Pizza, 2910 E. Platte Ave. We meet in the far back, lower level party room around 11:30 A.M. The program this month will be presented by Don, WA9WWS and is titled: “When is a power supply really a battery charger…” Don will also talk on one or two other short subjects.
The first Garden of the Gods Amateur Radio Club luncheon of 2020 will be held at Fargo’s Pizza, 2910 E. Platte Ave at 11:30 A.M. on Monday, January 6, Ray Uberecken will be doing a presentation on the activities and progress of the Deep Space Exploration Society (DSES). Also our condolences for the passing of Doc Cornell W0MCT. Dave, K0IRP