The February 5th, 2021 SPARC meeting is Home Brew Night. No, not beer. This is where you show off projects related to ham radio you have made this year. It could be an antenna project, some accessory you built and modified in a unique way. It can also be interesting software projects related to ham radio you put together. This year due to our Zoom meetings, you will have to show what you did via your computer. If you have a webcam and can show the project, that will work. … Click for more
In order to ensure proper social distancing, the SPARC test sessions are limited to 5 people. The Tuesday session in January is already full.
If you want to take an Amateur Radio exam, please check out our VE testing page for contact information to reserve your spot for a future session.
We’ve setup a PayPal for the club to make it easier to collect dues. Dues are $20 for single or $25 for household membership per year.
PayPal payments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Clicking on the email link will take you to the PayPal payment website. Please include your callsign in the note. If you send a payment to the email without using the link please select the “Send to someone you trust” (Friends and Family) option so the club doesn’t pay fees. If you need to select the … Click for more
Due to the 50 person limitation placed on using Freedom Lake Park due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SPARC has decided to cancel this year’s SPARCFest that was to be held on November 14.
Hal Chase W1EES is heading up the nominating committee to create a slate of officers for the next SPARC year. The way this works according to our bylaws is the committee comes up with a slate of candidates and presents them at the October meeting. At that meeting, we will accept nominations from the “floor” (Zoom will be our forum of course). Once the nominations are closed in October, there is no other opportunity for nominations. At the November meeting, we have the election.