Thank You to everyone who came out for
ARRL FIELD DAY

See the pictures
 

Six Meter Club of Chicago Apparel
Caps, Shirts, Name Badges, Hoodies, Wind Jackets
AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS
☞T-Shirts - Baseball Caps - Name Badges - Hoodies - Hooded Fleece Lined Jacket - Wind Jacket☜
All with the club logo!  The shirts can be personalized with your name and call letters.
Members deal directly with Crown through this link or the button just above here.


A limited quantity of white baseball-style caps with the Six Meter Club logo patch affixed are also available from Jim, WA9FIH for $6.00 each. The caps, with adjustable headband, are available either in cotton corduroy for cool weather wear, or in the lighter half mesh polyester style.  Iron-on embroidered club patches for application to shirts or jackets, 2-3/8” x 3-1/2”, are also available from the Club for $1.75 each. American Flag patches in the same size are available for 75 cents each. See
Jim at the next meeting or email
WA9FIH@aol

Will, W9WSS has worked with Crown Trophy of La Grange Park on new designs for Club apparrel! 
Thanks Will!
NEW
NEW
GET WELL WISHES TO. . .

Vern K9LAE
Bob W9AVB
Mike N9GFY

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The Six Meter Club of Chicago(SMCC) promotes interest in the Amateur Radio Service by fostering activity on all radio bands(HF, VHF, and UHF), provides emergency communications, community radio services, and technical assistance related to radio and its use in communications.

 

 
Next club meeting  July 12th
 
St. John’s Lutheran Church, on the southwest corner of 47th Street and Brainard Avenue in LaGrange IL; enter through south side door adjacent to parking lot.
Six Meter Club of Chicago (SMCC)
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ORGANIZERS SEND THEIR THANKS
FOR HELP AT RUN FOR THE ROSES

The organizers of the 2019 Run For The Roses in La Grange Park
send their thanks to all who provided communications assistance at ther event May 19.

This year seventeen members and friends of the Club were stationed along the 5K course and provided updates on leaders in the various categories; a new feature this year following the main race was a one mile “Fun Run” for District 102 elementary school students. Thanks again to all who were able to help!