VE Testing

VE Testing LARC Meetings

 

Thursday, August 24th. 2017
(4th Thursday of every month)
@ 5:00 P.M.
VE
Testing in Room 1
If you are interested in attending a testing session
to obtain your FCC License
Please email to let us know for confirmation.
lakewayarcboard@gmail.com

Walk ins are welcome:

When coming to a test session, be sure to bring:
Your current License,
A copy of your License,
Any orginal CSCE you have,
A copy of any CSCE Plus the Original,
Your SSN and FCC Licensee Number (Cores or FRN)
Photo ID,
If you are unlicensed bring:
2 ID’s( one with Photo)
Your SSN

Builders Group in Room 2
(note: always show and tell, along with builders group program)

@ 6:00 P.M.
Board Meeting in Room 1: After Testing
Social Gathering in Room 2
(note: this could also be extended builders group on some nights, show and tell, etc)

@ 7:00 P.M.
Meeting / Program in Room 2
Refreshments in Room 1

Where:
First Baptist Church Youth Center,
504 W Main St
Morristown, TN 37814.
Email for details or questions:
lakewayarcboard@gmail.com

Lakeway Amateur Radio Club puts ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications on Jeff City Library Shelf

Recently, Lakeway Amateur Radio Club – Builder’s Group, was searching for an additional meeting space for its group building sessions. After looking at the new library in Jefferson City it was discovered that there were no Amateur Radio books on the shelf.

Jefferson City Library Director – Anjanae Brueland with new ARRL 2016 Handbook for Radio Communications.

 

So, a careful preflight inspection was done: Large Conference Room seats 100 at capacity.

Full multi-media facility with wifi, computers, projector, drop down large media screen, sound system.  They even let us solder our radio kits (when we are very careful).

We even found a large back porch with really comfortable reading chairs, under the large ceiling fans, and as you can see: the back porch is shaded in the afternoon.

So, shaded in the afternoon in summer, and a large fireplace for the winter? So, for reading or operating radios or soldering on the back porch during a Builders Group Session, this venue is hard to beat.

Lakeway Amateur Radio Club – giving back to the library.

Lakeway Amateur Radio Club – Board Member, Craig Thibodeaux KM4YEC presenting Jefferson City Library – Director, Anjanae Brueland, the ARRL 2016 Handbook for Radio Communications.

So, Lakeway Amateur Radio Club – Builders Group – WeCanHams at work, assembling a HF (High Frequency) 40 Meter Band – 7 MHz kit Radio at one of our 3rd Saturday of each month Building Sessions.  Whether you call it a Builders Group, Homebrewing, Makers, Tinkering, Hacking, or just having fun, the Jefferson City Library is where its at!

And don’t forget the back porch, whether you curl up with your favorite book (maybe that ARRL Handbook) or join the Builders Group (WeCanHams.com) for some afternoon relaxation.

Many Thanks to Jefferson City Library and its very helpful and friendly staff.

Happy Hams and Happy Librarians. Library Director – Anjanae Brueland on the left and Library Assistant – Alexa Lee on the right, holding up ARRL Handbook from Lakeway Amateur Radio Club.

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26th Annual “ Walk to Remember”

LARC will be participating in this event by providing communications assistance to event sponsors. More info to follow.

When: JULY 22:
What:
Alps  26th Annual “ Walk to Remember”

(Walk Registration)  

Build a team or walk as an individual. All money you raise stays in Morristown, providing affordable adult day care for Lakeway residents and caregiving support for their families.

Tomato Festival

25th Anniversary
Grainger County Tomato Festival TN.
July 28, 29, & 30 2017
Hours: Friday 28 noon to 8pm
Saturday 29 9am to 6pm
Sunday 30 noon to 5pm
​Grainger County Tomato Festival
​7480 Rutledge Pike
Rutledge Tn 37861

PicturePainting by Wendy Leedy

The Grainger County Tomato Festival was organized in 1992 to promote our world famous Grainger County Tomatoes. Our mission is to promote all Grainger County agricultural products, specifically the Grainger County Tomato, and to promote the many local artists, authors, talent, and craftsmen we have in our area. Over the years we have added a number of special events making the festival one of the largest free festivals in East Tennessee and has been named by Parade magazine as one of the top ten festivals in the USA.
The festival is always the last full weekend in July in Rutledge,Tennessee. Be sure to mark your calendars! You don’t want to miss it.
For more info check out their website at: