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Field Day, 2007 dawned cloudy and damp for the members of the White Rock ARC who made their way down to Blackie’s Spit near Crescent Beach that Saturday morning. As planned, the group began setting up a 10x10 day pavilion, operating positions and antennae in a protected area right beside the...

Today we got together to practice setting up for our Field Day event on June 23rd. As this year was to be the club’s first solo Field Day, we thought it would be wise to do a trial run in advance of the big day and work out any problems. Of course, if it was a wet morning we would all stay home...

We operated the club for a few hours in the RAC Winter Contest this December.

Our goal this year was to operate the club call sign of VE7DB for a few hours in the RAC Winter contest and generally have an excuse to chat about ham radio. So five of gathered at Eric's home on Saturday at...

We had a pleasant evening together chatting about radio concepts for a bit but also just getting to know each other a bit more. The food was good a at the ABC restaurant and we enjoyed our time together. Hopefully next year we can do this again and get even more out for the dinner.

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Our White Rock club was one of the 10 stations participating in the event this year. Ralph (VE7OM), Deme (VE7CRT) and Ken (VE7KBN) joined Eric (VE7EGK) at his home to activate our club station - VE7DB. The test began at 9AM and proceeded till around 1:30. The four of us had a good time refining...

Once again, our club joined with the Surrey Amateur club to run a joint field day exercise. This year we enjoyed the addition of the Langley club and together we had a good time making contacts and sharing in the fun of a common interest. As in prior years, our field day site was set-up in the...

Four of us car pooled for the drive to the swap meet this year. Ross was kind enough to pick up Ralph, Eric and Will VA7MDI for some company on the long drive into Burnaby.Our morning started nice and early with the conventional pre-caffeine temperaments which necessitated an early visit to the...

Our goal for this year was to get together as a club for a few hours and have a social time while working the Winter contest. We began our adventure at 10AM when Ralph, VE7OM and Eric, VE7EGK opened the club and fired up the HF rig.

Ralph immediately got into action and tuned up 20 meters...

Three of us from the club went together to provide communications support for the parade. Ralph - VE7OM , Ross - VA7NRW and Eric - VE7EGK. As expected, Ralph encouraged the rookie - Eric to do the driving and pick him and Ross up for the adventure. It was a problem free drive to New Westminster...

JOTA/05 weekend (Oct 15, 2005) dawned bright a clear for the #10 White Rock Scout Troop. It was to be wet and dull, but a surprise break in the weather brought sunny skies and beautiful temperatures to enable the White Rock ARC to support the local Troop in their JOTA activities.

As the...

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