At our recent field day one of our contacts was to N8D, a special event station, operated by the Archbishop Elder Council 1195 of the Knights of Columbus. They were operating from Campus of St. Gertrude Catholic Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a result we received this very unique certificate.
Lance (our resident food provider), N2OZ needs our help. Club members are needed to man the booth. Please contact Lance and let him know you are willing to help out!
This year’s Gloucester Hamfest is also the official ARRL New Jersey State Convention.
OBARC and SJDXA have reserved one of the 10 free booths available. We need to have people help man it. Please consider attending this great event and also donating a little time to help out your club at our booth.
The address is 235 Bridgeton Pike (Rt. 77), Mullica Hill.
Urb, W1UL, is gearing up to offer another of his online guided study courses to prepare you for an Extra Class license.
Urb has been a ham for 67 years and has developed a method for passing the exams by studying and discussing what you need to know in order to get your license.
If you are interested in more information or to sign up for the class please email Urb at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Old Barney ARC will be operating as W2T from the Tucker’s Island Lighthouse (USA-911) in the Tuckerton Seaport in NJ on August 19th (and possibly also on August 20th, however, not yet confirmed) in honor of International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend (ILLW).
This Lighthouse is a replica of the original which fell into the sea during a storm in 1927.
It currently features a museum and is the focal point of the Tuckerton Seaport. Since is not on an island, it does not count for IOTA or USI.
Operation is planned mainly on 40 and 20 SSB with some CW from about 1300 – 2100 utc each day.
QSL W2T via N2OO.
The Old Barney ARC will be operating N2OB from the Barnegat Lighthouse (USA-039) on Long Beach Island NJ (IOTA NA-111 and USI NJ-001-S) on August 5th(Rain date August 6th) in honor of US National Lighthouse-Lightship Weekend (NLLW).
Approximate hours 1300 – 2100 UTC. Watch spots for operating frequencies mostly to be on 40 and 20 SSB and some CW.
QSL via N2OB.
Talk in will be on the 146.835 repeater. All are welcome to stop by and see us in action.