KQ’s Korner – June 2014

Field Day is this month. So reserve some time on the weekend of June 28th to spend some time operating FD. There should be opportunities for everyone who wishes to spend some time contcacting all of the others who make FD the premier amateur radion event. Contact Paul, K9OT, or Larry, KC9CSQ, and they will give you an operating slot. If you want to operate FD with the HVARC you will have an opportunity. The only reason you would not get a chance to make some contacts is if you don’t want to.

We will finalize the FD plans at the upcoming HVARC meeting Tuesday night. If you have any suggestions or ideas, speak up and let the FD chairmen know.

We are in the peak of the severe weather season now. Keep aware of the weather and if you can be a spotter or net control on a severe weather net, don’t hold back. Jump in and do what ou can do to help. We never have too many people is severe weather situations.

I hope to see all of you at Field Day.

73 & CUL
Art, N9KQ

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Greetings Everyone!

All amateurs and those interested in amateur radio are welcome at club meetings and events.

The Hidden Valleys Amateur Radio Club is a small friendly club located in the hills and valleys of Southwestern Wisconsin. Our members participate in Field Day, Wisconsin QSO parties, local community service activities, and also offer ham licensing classes. Many of us are trained storm spotters, some have CPR, and a few have multiple Red Cross certifications.

Our club meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00PM in the lower level of the Southwest Health Center in Platteville Wisconsin. We have a weekly Sunday night net meeting at 7:30 PM on the N0WLU repeater on 146.895Mhz 114.8 pl. All check-ins are welcome.

We wish to thank Scott Onson KD9GBJ for the server space on which this web site is hosted.