Please join us for Saturday, December 14th @10AM!
We will be have a discussion on Mobile Radio installation and use. Just in time for your holiday shopping list generation!
(Breaking news 22-Nov-2013) The Rose Hill UHF repeater is back up! Give it a try!
Interested in CW? Take a look at this document. Very cool stuff! http://www.tasrt.ca/TASRTVersions/TASRT.pdf
Club calendar now ONLINE:
Click here to view (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lwhcmembers/cal) — it is part of our Yahoo group. Feel free to add or edit any entry! It is a shared calendar for the club’s use. If you update it, then please send an email to the Yahoo group so everyone knows about it(mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org).
Club Yahoo group — ‘lwhcmembers’ is now ONLINE:
Click http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lwhcmembers/join to join the club’s Yahoo group. It is a closed group to just club members — no SPAM — no unsolicited emails. To send email just click mailto:email@example.com .
2013 Memberships now available:
Renewal (and new) memberships for 2013 are now available. Membership is based on the calendar year and is not pro-rated. For your convenience, if you want to pay online, here is a PayPal link to process your renewal:
Many local companies, such as Microsoft Corporation and Boeing, have matching gift programs for non-profits. Contact your HR department to check to see matching donations can be made available to LWHC.
Thank you for the early renewal for next year’s membership.
New to HAM radio? Do you have questions around what would be a good first radio? If so, we have a great new way to get some advice. Go to our Radio Selection Survey page and take our survey. The results will be posted to a group of the club’s HAMs who has lots of experience to help you. Here is a link.
The primary mission of the Lake Washington Ham Club is to offer amateur radio instructional classes to children and their parents and to prepare these people to participate in emergency service communications groups. The Club’s secondary mission is to increase awareness of amateur radio and to promote the continued use and growth of this important community resource.
In the event of an emergency the repeaters are reserved for the Amateur Radio Emergency Services