Re: [cascadeqrp] SeaPac W1AW/7 Station
I would take an hour on the air if we can figure out time. I have a
bunch of stuff going
On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 9:22 PM, PHIL WESTOVER <492commish@...> wrote:
> Hello Everybody!
> Russ N7QR and myself have volunteered to head up the W1AW/7 demonstration
> station at SeaPac this year. Using a new IC-7600 loaned from Icom, we'll be
> helping newbies and other interested folks to operate HF during the
> convention. (As you likely know, the 7600 is the new replacement rig for
> the Pro III.)
> We would like to get help from good operators who might be interested in
> taking a turn for an hour or so at the event. I will be setting up a signup
> sheet with shifts, most likely no more than 1 hour each.
> I'm asking if anyone in the Cascade QRP Club would consider helping out? If
> you respond, I promise not to take it as a commitment right away. Instead,
> it will simply tell me who might consider signing up for a shift or two.
> On a another note, I will miss Saturday's breakfast due to a family
> commitment, and I've just found out I'll be on a business trip next month,
> the weekend after SeaPac, so I'll miss breakfast then as well. This always
> seems to happen in the summer time. Oh well.
> And we're still working on setting up some quarterly club build days. The
> idea that grew out of our last session a couple weeks ago was that we'll set
> up some quarterly build meetings where each of us can bring whatever we want
> to work on, and we'll invite newbies to join us as well. In fact, we'll
> help newbies decide what their first kit or project should be, help them on
> the proper tools to have, and help with general set up. We're thinking we
> should be able to do this at least three times (if not four) each year.
> Everett W6ABM is helping with the scheduling at the church in Beaverton,
> which is a great location.
> Anyway, let me know if you might want to help for awhile at SeaPac.
> Phil Westover, WA7URV