Monthly Archives: April 2013

Who’s In Charge?

The question of who is making the decisions around Field Day came up this morning at the Saturday morning breakfast. As I said when I volunteered to be Field Day Co-Ordinator it isn’t me. I just move the paperwork around. … Continue reading

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Field Day Update

Thanks to Rod for booking the shelter at Bronte Prov. Park and good news on the entry fees. Now more good news on the volunteer front. Along with Todd volunteering to captain the  SSB station we’ve heard from Harry, VA3EC … Continue reading

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Club Field Day Shelter Booked

We have booked the beautiful Breakon Shelter at Bronte Creek Provincial Park! This large, enclosed shelter is a real “Upgrade” from last year’s accommodation, at last years attractive price. Located in the southern end of the park, you can almost … Continue reading

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Volunteers Stepping Up

I’m pleased to announce that Todd has volunteered to be the SSB station manager this year. Todd is a relatively new ham and he’s going to appreciate the support and kind guidance of all of us. As station manager Todd … Continue reading

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All Aboard!!

So far we’ve got five of us who have declared an intention to participate in the Oakville ARC’s Field Day. Five is all we need to run an SSB and a digital station and we’re starting to get organized. We’ve … Continue reading

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Getting Prepared

The Oakville ARC Field Day 2013 is gathering steam. So far, we’ve got four of us who are showing up 🙂 Also I took an ancient Toshiba laptop to the computer guy on Kerr St. north of Speers in the … Continue reading

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Field Day 2013

Following a lively meeting of the Oakville Amateur Radio Club a bunch of new initiatives were set into motion. For those of us interested in Field Day (June 22-23) it was decided that we would return to Bronte Provincial Park … Continue reading

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