February 14th, 2018
Our speaker will be Richard Rosenthal, retired Boston Police Detective.
Every Wednesday Morning
7:00 AM - El Rodeo Restaurant
99 W. Esperanza Blvd
Green Valley Village
(OLD La Placita)
Phone : (520) 625-2111
"Check in" time for the Ice Cream Social is around 5:00 pm every Thursday on the 145.29/27. repeater [-600 PL 107.2].
The gathering place is Caylees. Caylees is located in the BACK of the OLD Firestation on La Cañada in front of the Pima County Library/Government Center. Like going to the SAV building for a general meeting! Look for 555 North La Cañada. Their phone number is (520) 203-8701
As you can see from these photos, we are having a great time.
Checking into the Ice Cream Social is not mandatory.
Join the Oatmeal Net every Tuesday at 9:00 AM (MST) on 145.29/27 [-600 PL 107.2].
We are happy to have all check in and talk about their radio contacts and equipment, their garden's progress and their travels.
The Green Valley Amateur Radio Club Net meets every Sunday night at 7pm on 2 meters at 145.29/27.
The object of the net is to keep abreast of emergency communication proceedures and communicate other information that might be important to GVARC members.
Anyone is free to join in on the net to pass along ideas that they may have, or if they need information pertaining to the club or amateur radio.
Participants are requested to check in when requested, "With
Traffic Comment" or "Without Traffic Comment" - Even if you just plan to listen in.
NCS (Network Control Station) has opted to use the word “Comment” instead of "Traffic". Thus a normal check in will be "Your Call" with or without Comment. He will still call the station with comments first and then move on to all checked in stations asking for a short transmission from each.
The GVARC 20 meter "Snow Bird Net" will start on Wednesday, May 9 for 2018 and run until the General Meeting in September.
It meets weekly at 1 p.m. Green Valley time (2000 GMT) on or near 14.242 MHz SSB (20 meters).
An informal warm-up session usually precedes the net, so come early.
Net control is Ray Soifer, W2RS, with Tom Lang, K7VOA, as back-up, using the club call WE7GV.
The History of the GVARC Snow Bird Net.
- Net Control Station - WE7GV
The GVARC Club Station has a Yaesu FT-1000 with a Drake linear Amplifier. The Antenna's are inverted V dipoles for 80M & 40M with the SteppIR Beam For 20 thru 10 meters.