Fw: Club News

Paul Rinaldo prinaldo at mindspring.com
Fri May 6 04:50:22 CDT 2005

-----Forwarded Message-----
From: "Fusaro, Norm W3IZ" <w3iz at arrl.org>
Sent: May 5, 2005 7:01 PM
To: clubs at arrl.org
Subject: Club News

New PowerPoint Programs


Check out the new additions to the ARRL Multi Media Library


We are happy to announce that there are five new additions to the Multi
Media Library that clubs can use as meeting programs or as part of a
mentoring session.  These programs are also good for the individual.
They are entertaining and informative.

Well known contester and DXer, ARRL Assistant Technical Editor Dean
Straw, N6BV, has two new programs on HF Contesting For The Beginner and
DX-pedition to Venezuela.


There is also a superb program from Allen Wolf, KC7O, that showcases the
communications that was provided for a 24 hour endurance run in the
mountains of California.


Mark Spence, WA8SME, ARRL Technology & Education Program Manager (The
Big Project) shares his program on the fundamentals of Digital Signal
Processing (DSP).


And finally, a program that covers the basics of repeaters for new hams.
Most new hams first contact is through a local repeater.  This program
is designed to be an introduction to repeaters for the brand new ham.


We are always looking for fresh new programs to add to the Multi Media
Library.  If you have a PPT or video that you would like to submit for
consideration, please mail it to 


Attn. Field & Educational Services

225 Main St.

Newington, CT 06111


CQ Field Day


Field day is fast approaching.  Has your club made plans yet?  Whatever
it is that your group decides to do, make sure that you have plenty of
food on hand and make the focus on having fun.  Be sure to check out the
rules for new changes this year.



Be sure to order Field day T-shirts and pins early so you will have them
in time for FD.



Classes and Upgrades


How is your club doing with licensing classes and upgrading new hams?
Are you mentoring new hams? We would love to here your success stories.
Drop us an e-mail with your latest successes.  clubs at arrl.org  





Norm Fusaro, W3IZ

ARRL Affiliated Club/Mentor Program Manager

225 Main St.

Newington, CT 06011


w3iz at arrl.org <mailto:w3iz at arrl.org> 





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