The White Rock Club participated as a group in this year's BC QSO Party. We had fun making calls in what were less than ideal band conditions and for our efforts we won the category of Multi-Operator Low-Power Mixed. It was a pleasant surprise to the membership when Brett who is also a member of the Orca DX Club presented us with our certificate. Here are a few photos from his presentation of the award.
Brett reviewed our placement in the recent BC QSO Party.
Here are the results for the BCQP. We were the top BC station in the Multi-Op Low-Power Mixed Mode category. We were also the bottom station in that category. In fact, we were the only station in that category. But at least we lead in that category!
Actually, if you compare scores with other categories, we actually did pretty well!
Don & Pam Hamilton (VA7GL) reported two more club members were trained on the monthly regional check-in exercise. Members Stuart (VA7QB) and Bob (VE7RGM) were both in attendance for the monthly check-in. This monthly exercise is part of our on-going preparedness training for any local emergency situations.
The club passed the motion accepting the invitation of the management of the Pavlos Restaurant in White Rock for holding our weekly coffee meeting at their location. All regular coffee meetings will be held at 3PM sundays in the Pavlos Restaraunt, 15169 Roper Avenue, White Rock
Jim Wilkins has been elected to the White Rock Amateur Radio Club executive as a director-at-large. He joins the five re-elected directors - Eric Kehler, Ralph Webb, Ross Wilmot, Stuart Lyster and Deme Panaioti - for the coming year.
The new by-laws introducing the Honorary Membership category are now in effect. Also in effect is the automatic membership cancellation for unpaid dues.
You can read the by-laws here: WRARC-Constitution