What did Field Day 2017 mean to me? I posted that question on Facebook to trigger some responses, and as I thought about it, if I were to answer that question…I could write a book, as to relay what it has meant to me. Recognizing that just like the whole
LARC was Featured in the local newspaper Field Day 2017, check it out! http://www.citizentribune.com/news/local/amateur-radio-club-to-host-field-day-in-jeff-city/article_7ec4eed0-575d-11e7-baf7-3b731dc0a4e9.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share
So as Field Day 2017 has came to an end I have to post how proud I am of my LARC family. This year we were sort of thin due to members having family and other obligations,but I can not put into words how proud I am of our club.
LACERA writes: This last weekend was my first ever ARRL Field Day. A wonderful experience I recommend any ham to take part in. I worked about 18 contacts on 80 and 40 meters solo then 60 more or so teamed with Jim Sipprell on 40 and 15 meters. You can
it’s sooner than you think, it’s not next month anymore, it’s here…less than a month till Field Day. Antennas, Operating, Logging, Eating (yes), Soldering, Programming, Learning, Advancing, just about anything you want it to be. Builders Group Education at Field Day
LARC Field Day is our premier annual operating event. Field Day 2017 is open to the general public. This live training session prepares amateur radio operators to be able to set up and operate a station during less than ideal conditions in an emergency. It is also a contest with