There will not be a July Dixie Amateur Radio Club meeting held due to the proximity of the Utah Hamfest occuring this month on July 29-31, 2005. The Utah Hamfest (which is also this year's ARRL Rocky Mountain Division Convention) will be held at Ruby's Inn resort located just outside the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park.
We hope to see many of the Dixie Amateur Radio Club Members in attendence at this hamfest. There are activities and seminars for any possible interest you may have in ham radio. Also the activities for "non-ham" family members are numerous.
Click HERE for a current Schedule of Activities/Events at the 2005 Utah Hamfest.
Click HERE to leave this site and go to the official website of the 2005 Utah Hamfest.
A Volunteer Examiner
(VE) test session will be
held as advertised on
Wednesday, July 20, 2005 at 6:00 P.M.
at the FCAOG Office building location:
1070 West 1600 South, Building B
Tonaquint Center Business Park
St. George, Utah
The FCAOG building will be open at 5:45 P.M.
for those coming for the test session.
The tesing will be held in the Small Executive
If you are a person desiring to take an Amateur
test or a ham wanting to upgrade this month,
or are a Volunteer Examiner who would like to help out, please contact Dan Farwell at 668-2436
Dues for 2005 are being solicited. Dues are $15.00 per member ($20.00 per family for multiple ham families). Check the Club's membership ROSTER and see if we have you shown as paid. If you are shown as current or know you haven't paid yet, please make your check payable to "DARC" and bring it to the meeting or mail it to the club address:
Dixie Amateur Radio Club
P.O. Box 422
Santa Clara, UT 84765
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site and find out what's going on!
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and anything but your troubles to: Gary Zabriskie, N7ARE