Weather Spotting Certificates are Available

For those that attended the York Radio Club’s training session for severe weather spotting, the PDF certificates are available online for downloading and printing.  This training was taught by Dave Bukowski -N9KPD, of the National Weather Service,   on Friday March 20th,  2015.

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Please click on your  name below to retrieve your certificate

The following people received the 2015 Skywarn Certification:

Bruno Dovilas
Charles Hopper
Crystal Ann Scott
Daniel Gacek
David Booher
David Krause
David Novotny
Ernie Krause
George Tasson
Guy Emma
James Nevitt
Jerzy Latocha
Marcin Roycewicz
Mark Burlingame
Mark Decker
Michael Wilson
Michelle Wheeler
Mike Garcia
Riley Wilson
Robert Bejna
Romie Green
Steve Jurasek
Timothy Wheeler
Tom Piszczek
Wanda Nagel

Field Day 2015

Field Day is just around the corner and the York Radio Club monthly meeting on June 19 will be devoted almost entirely to its preparation. If you’re planning to attend Field Day, please make every effort to be at this meeting. We will be putting the finishing touches on our plan, goals, rules, operating schedule, equipment usage and logging software.
The June 19th meeting will be held at the usual location which is the 2nd  floor meeting room of the Community Bank of Elmhurst, 330 West Butterfield Road, Elmhurst, IL.  60126.  The meeting starts at 8:00pm and VE testing for all FCC license elements will be held one hour prior, or at 7:00pm.
Similar to the prior year, here are a few  aspects for this year’s 2015 June 27-28 Field Day plan:

+ We’ll be at the Fire Department Training Facility, 910 N. Addison, Elmhurst. This site give’s us excellent antenna height for the various antennas we will deploy. Our site is mapped to the ARRL’s Field Day locator, linked here: http://www.arrl.org/field-day-locator

+ Our CW operators  will have direct keying from the logging software, improving accuracy and reducing fatigue.

+ We’ll have a detailed operating plan and schedule designed to keep all three stations as productive as possible.

+ We’ll have SSB, CW, PSK and RTTY and operate on the following bands: 80M, 40M, 20M, 15M, 10M, 6M, 2M.
+ We expect some city officials to pay us a visit to learn about ham radio and our emergency preparedness, including potentially the Chief of Police from the Elmhurst Police Department.
If you know anyone interested in learning about our hobby, invite them to our Field Day. Hope to see you at the monthly meeting and at Field Day.
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Serving The Interests Of Amateur Radio in the Elmhurst area