Club Sponsored Activities

Club Members joined with other BC Stations to operate in the annual BC QSO Party contest. This year we operated from the Lounge in Centennial Arena and used the permanently installed Windom Antenna. It worked well for our event. We were operating from 8AM through noon mostly on 20 meters split...

Members of the club gathered in the Lounge at Centennial Arena for a few hours Saturday morning to operate in the annual contest. This year eight members came out to participate in the excitement of the contest. Bill was gracious in bringing his go kit with his IC-7000 radio, tuner and power...

This year we saw a record attendance at our Christmas dinner, twenty-five. It was good seeing that many out for the meal. We enjoyed a lovely dinner down at the water-front in the Italian Touch Restaurant. The food was good and the company excellent.

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Club Members gathered in the Lounge at the Arena to participate in the ARRL Sweeptakes contest. Nine came out to the activity with most taking a short stint at the radio to grab a few contacts. We were operating from 1pm through 4pm and made 16 contacts. Perhaps not a high number but we were all...

Our club participated again this year in the province wide Emergency Test. We had a good number od members turn out for our operation  in the Lounge at the arena. Ralph brought his HF radio and used the Windom Antenna permanently installed at the arena. He checked in via the HF nets. Bill used a...

Ralph and Eric hiked to the summit of Sumas Mountain to activate the peak for the Summits-on-the-air program. It was a lovely day for the hike but the wind on the summit was quite strong and added a new challenge to the event. Ralph was able to make 15 contacts on 20m CW. Eric pulled out 6 on 2m...

Brett and Eric climbed Dewdney Peak to activate the summit for SOTA. The day was a wet one but despite the rain we were successful in activating the summit. With Eric's back-country truck we were able to drive to the ridge line and hike only the last segment of the standard trail to the peak....

Ralph and Eric set out at 7am to hike Zoa Peak in the Coquihalla Summit area. The drive to the exit off the highway went fairly quickly and smoothly. Then the short drive to the Falls Lake parking area. The next leg of the drive was along a forestry road that was very steep and quite washed out...

Club members Ralph, Brett and Eric took on the task of activating the summit of Mt. Strachan on July 18. The day was clear and sunny which of course meant it would be a hot day on the slopes. Sure enough the hike was a hot one made worse by the lack of shade along the road which served as our...

Club members provided assistance again this year to the City of White Rock and the annual Tour de White Rock. This year the event ran for only two days and our involvement was to set up and monitor the commercial repeater that was erected at the far end of the White Rock Peer. Jim and Jay took...

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