Posted on January 17, 2019 by N7YGE on Club Web page: https://nmaresc.wordpress.com/
The North Mason Amateur Radio Club (NMARESC) will meet on Thursday January 24, 2019 at 7 PM for this month’s meeting in the All Steel Northwest Conference Room at 23291 WA-3, Belfair, WA 98528. All Steel Northwest is located just a couple blocks north of the North Mason Timberland Library and on the same side of Highway 3. The Sheriff’s Substation is in the same complex.
This will be the last meeting held at All Steel Northwest Building. All future meetings starting with the month of February will be held at the the North Mason Timberland Library. Future meeting dates at the Library are listed below.
This is the first meeting for this year.
At the November 2018 meeting it was voted in that our dues would raise to $20 per year so we can remain to have a dual membership with the Mason County Amateur Radio Club (MCARC) in Shelton. MCARC meets at the Mason County Department of Emergency Management Office and you are welcome to attend meetings there also. See https://mc-arc.org/ to see their meeting information.
This meeting will be to get acquainted with each other once again and share what has been going on with you since October 2018 through the Holidays. Like make us drool over the new radio equipment Santa brought you. Or some project you managed to complete.
The N7SK Packet and APRS stations both went down at South Mountain. Herb and N7YGE made a trip to the mountain and got them both online again.
Some folks have been working on their Raspberry Pi projects and might want to inform others how they are doing.
Looking forward to seeing you all at the meeting.
Jerry Escalante N7YGE
*Meeting Schedule at the North Mason Timberland Library is as follows:
January 24 (Thursday), February 28 (Thursday), March 28 (Thursday), April 23 (Tuesday), and May 21 (Tuesday), June 27 (Thursday).
The Club NM7E 2 meter Repeater has an output of 145.170 MHz with a negative .600 MHz offset (144.57 MHz) and a tone of 103.5.
The Club NM7E 220 MHz Repeater has an output of 224.260 MHz with a negative 1.6 MHz offset (222.66 MHz) with a tone of 103.5.