DARC 2017 Ham of the Year

Congratulations to Ray Olesen, AD6AF, on becoming DARC’s 2017 Ham of the Year!

Photo will be posted at a later date.

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11.05.17 Annual Luncheon

Image result for luncheon Our luncheon will once again be hosted at the Rio Hondo Country Club and Event Center in Downey on Old River School Road. Tickets are $25 per person and include a choice of beef, chicken or fish entrée, Salad and Vegetable. Doors will open at 11:30 AM, November 5th with lunch served promptly at noon.

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Gordon West , WB6NOA, Guest Speaker

Gordon West, WB6NOA, Guest Speaker for our 2017 Luncheon

clip_image002This year we are having a very special year end luncheon. Our guest speaker will be none other than Gordon West, WB6NOA affectionately known to the ham community as Gordo. It has been 14 years since Gordo last visited our club.

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Ray Day, N6HE, will be our August Guest Speaker



Ray Day, N6HE, will be presenting information on the 2017 K6PV Catalina Islands On The Air trip by the Palos Verdes Amateur Radio Club.


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Hamcon 2017


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Dick Palmer, WB6JDH is May’s Guest Speaker



Our own Dick Palmer, WB6JDH, will be the guest speaker at May’s meeting. Dick will be presenting information on QRP operations and project building.


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DARC 2016 Ham of the Year…Rick Norwood, KD6KHJ


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DARC Activates RC-17 For NPOTA


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Chip Margelli, K7JA, to Speak at November Luncheon


Chip’s Topic…”Confessions of a Field Day Junkie” a hilarious look at why we do Field Day and what makes who we are. This should be very entertaining and funny.

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10.29.16 DARC’s NPOTA Operation

This event is sunrise (0609 hours) to sunset (1801 hours) on Saturday 10/29.

Directions to the Nike site.

From the 405 heading North from the 10 exit Mulholland Drive turn left and head West.

2016-10-06_18-37-45A few miles down you will come to a T intersection, Mulholland becomes a dirt road and goes left.

You do not want to go right on Encino Hills Drive.

layoutFollow the dirt road, a few miles till you come to a gate blocking the road, The road is in good shape just dusty.

Park so as not to block the gate and walk up the hill, you will see the old guard station and signage for LA 96C.

downloadWe will be set up to right, beyond the rest rooms.

See pix, Dave, N6TEB



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