Source: November_2016_BIARC_Newsletter_pdf.pdf

BIG ISLAND ARRL NEWS, 08 November 2016, 19:10 hrs, UTC, Post #36.

Accessed on 08 November 2016, 19:10 hrs, UTC.

Author:  Big Island Amateur Radio Club

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Thanks to editor Leigh Critchlow (WH6DZX) for this copy of the November 2016 “BIARC Newsletter.”

There are several important articles in the latest edition:

A full discussion of the current Hawaii Island VHF/UHF repeater situation and what can be done to improve access to remotely located repeaters on island.

A current inventory of equipment and assets belonging to the Big Island Amateur Radio Club.

Amateur Radio, BIARC participate in airport exercise.

The 10-10 connection.

A summary of information contained in the “ARRL Letter.”

Club news:

BIARC president, Bob Schneider (AH6J) says the regular monthly meeting of the Big Island Amateur Radio Club, set for this Saturday (12 November 2016), has been cancelled because of the Big Island Hamfest.  The Hamfest will be held on Saturday, 12 November 2016, at the Waimea Park Facility on Kawaihae Road in Kamuela. The event runs from 0900 to 1400 hrs, HST.

The 10 December 2016 BIARC meeting will be a potluck Christmas Party at the Keaau Community Center starting at 1400 hrs, HST.  New club officers will be installed at that time.

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Thanks for joining us today!

Aloha es 73 de:

Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)

ARRL Public Information Coordinator

Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section

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