Next meeting is our Christmas Breakup to be held at the Royal Mail Hotel in Mooroopna on Saturday the 2nd of December. Hope to see you there!
Many thanks to Peter VK3ASK for the November Club Newsletter, you can download from here..http://www.sadarc.org/…/November_2023_Newsletter…
Many thanks to Mike VK3FMAA for the great drone video footage of the hamfest.
The hamfest was a great day, we had a record number of attendees through the door, and it was fantastic catching up with old friends and rummaging for bargains, the food was excellent, all in all a fantastic day.
Les VK3TEX did a great job and took plenty of pictures of the day.
Image Gallery below. Click on the image to start the slideshow.
Many thanks to Peter VK3ASK, the latest club newsletter is available for download from:- http://www.sadarc.org/files/NewsLetter/year2023/May_2023_Newsletter.pdf
Mt Wombat Field Trip
A couple of updates for this Saturday’s field trip to Mt Wombat, we will be meeting up at Alan’s farm at 217 Balmattum Church Road Balmattum, rather than in Eurora at 1 Kirkland Avenue, also there will be a BBQ (sausage in bread) as well as BYO, prior to the trip up the hill.
10am Kevin VK3KFM has an 8 seater vehicle and is happy to pick up members from our club room at 10am, to drive to Euroa.
11am Meet at Alan VK3BF’s farm at 11am for a BBQ lunch, you can BYO food, or sausage in bread. Gold coin donation as normal.
12pm Travel to Mount Wombat to hold an informal meeting, view onsite installation and play radio from the top of the mountain.
We are expecting approx 10-15 members to attend.
Latest Club Newsletter is now available for download, thanks to Peter VK3ASK http://www.sadarc.org/files/NewsLetter/year2023/April_2023_Newsletter.pdf
Next Club Meeting is a field trip to Mt Wombat on May 13th we will be meeting up in Euroa at Alan’s VK3BF for a BBQ before car pooling to Mt Wombat. More details to be published in the club newsletter closer to the day. For the Arduino Class enthusiasts there will be an informal Arduino session on Saturday May 6th, more details on the club forum.
The latest edition of the Amateur Radio Magazine features a write up on Radio Australia by Rodney (VK3UG) and a very good obituary. Worth reading.