WE'RE LOOKING FOR PROGRAMS!
We have always had an interesting variety of programs at our SMCC meetings, but our Program Director, Joe,
KC9TQF is on the lookout for new ones whether related to Amateur Radio or not, so if you have an idea for a
presentation that our members would enjoy, please let Joe know. We are fortunate to have access to a variety
of audio visual equipment in our meeting room at St. John's.
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SIX METER ROUNDTABLE EACH TUESDAY AT 8 P.M.
Our Six Meter Roundtable Activity Net meets on 50.130 MHz USB Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m.,
usually for about a half hour. Help keep the band active and join in the ragchew
tell your friendsabout it too – everyone is welcome!
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Our Digital Slow Scan TV Net meets every Thursday evening for about an hour,
beginning at 7:00 p.m., on our two meter repeater. We use EasyPal software
EasyPal can be downloaded free from the Internet.
A Tigertronics Signal Link USB or similar interface connects your PC and transceiver.
DIGITAL SLOW SCAN TV NET THURSDAY EVENINGS
CHECK IN WITH THE GRUMPIES
MORNINGS ON THE SMCC REPEATER
If you are at home during the morning weekdays, don't forget to check in with the Grumpy Net
which meets on our repeater system between 8:45 – 9:45 a.m. Monday through Friday.
It is a good old fashioned rag chew net with some great trivia questions, too!
Jim, N9TUQ is the coordinator
Weekly SMCC net on the VHF-UHF
Be sure to join us for Weekly SMCC net on the VHF-UHF repeaters at 9:00pm general information net
Our holiday luncheon has been changed
Our holiday luncheon has been changed from December 4th to April 23 2022. Due to
the fact that there is not sufficient time to get a head count and menu choices we went with
the latter date as it is after Easter and hopefully better weather related issues.
Dues are due for the 2022 year
Mail your checks care of the Six Meter Club of Chicago to the Address below.
Kris will get your Membership card back to you as soon as posable
Kristin M Lawrentz
10995 Basswood Dr
New Buffalo, MI 49117
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The 2022 ARRL Foundation Scholarship
Program Will Open on November 1, 2021
Applications for the 2022 ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program will open on November 1, 2021.
More than 100 scholarships ranging from $500 to $25,000 will be awarded in 2022.
Scholarship recipients will be notified in May 2022 via USPS mail and email.
All applicants must be active, FCC-licensed amateur radio operators
[NOTE: Active foreign amateur radio operators are eligible for the ARDC Scholarships].
All applicants must submit a completed online application.
Six Meter Club of Chicago Apparel
Six Meter Club of Chicago apparel is now available thanks to Will W9WSS.
Click on the picture to order caps shirts cups and jackets.
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