Next UARC meeting:
Jed Marti, KI7NNP - Effects of terrain on signals
Thursday, December 8, 2022 - Meeting will start at 7:30 PM MT
If you've ever wondered how your signal gets around the valley - or even how local terrain how far your signals go, this meeting is for you! Even if you haven't wondered about such things, it's probably a good idea to know your local surroundings affect signals.
In the "Elmer's Corner" Elisabeth Barry, KJ7MEB, will talk a bit about Women in Amateur Radio and give a few perspectives on how we can encourage more.
Elections will also be held during this meeting, the current slate of candidates being:
- UARC President: Marvin Match, KA7TPH
- Executive Vice President: Linda Reeder, N7HVF
- Vice President: Bruce Fereday, KF7OZK
- Treasurer: Chuck Johnsonson, WA7JOS
- Secretary: James Bennett, KK7AVS
- Program Chairs: Jeri Brummet, WJ3RI and Mike Mc Ainsh, KI7MTI
- Microvolt Editor: Noji Ratzlaff, KN0JI and Jed Marti, KI7NNP
As there are two program chairs, the only "contested" office is that of the Microvolt Editor. We have asked the candidates for editor to produce a "sample" article for you to examine, and you can find those articles here:
At the meeting, we will give all nominees the opportunity to speak and answer questions and the floor will be open again during the December meeting for new candidates to be nominated, prior to election.
Be sure to join us for this important meeting!
Where is the meeting?
This meeting is scheduled to be LIVE, in person, at the University of Utah in the Warnock Engineering Building
in Room #2230. This is a second-floor classroom, so be prepared to take the elevator or stairway.
See the Directions to the Meeting page to find out how to get there.
If you can't be there in person, be there virtually!
Remember: If you can't be there in person, join us at that time for the live stream on UARC's YouTube channel. The stream is brought up between 7:00 and 7:15 and, of course, the meeting itself starts at 7:30
IMPORTANT note about parking:
Remember to park ONLY in the lot immediately across from the Warnock Engineering building and the lot
to the south of that or you may get a ticket. These are the same lots as years past.
The "safe" parking lots are those outlined in green on the "Directions to the Meeting" page linked above.
Last updated 12-07-2022.