The Boston Amateur Radio Club is having an in-person social meet up. The gathering will be casual and at a restaurant to share food and good times, talk radio, POTA, antennas and all things Ham. Feel free to bring questions about Radio or getting on the air, or obtaining a new license class. The gathering will be Dutch
- When: Tuesday April 12th @ 18:30 Local
- Where: The Circle Pizza Tavern, 356 Chestnut Hill Ave, Brighton, MA 02135
- What: Social Gathering to catch up and chat radio.
From Rick Savage KB1LYJ:
After a 2-year hiatus MS Walk Boston is back. Throughout the year, the National MS Society organizes walks to raise funds for multiple sclerosis research and patient advocacy. The Boston walk has long relied on hams to help ensure everyone’s safety.
This year’s MS Walk Boston is on Sunday, April 3rd. It starts and ends at Boston University’s Nickerson Field in Boston, and runs along Commonwealth Ave and Boston University. Volunteers will check in at 8:00 AM, and stay until the early afternoon.
To volunteer, register online at https://nmss.galaxydigital.com/need/detail/?need_id=659389
I’ll be organizing the hams for this event. In addition to registering, please respond me with the following information:
* Your call sign, full name, and name you prefer on the air
* Contact information: your e-mail address, and phone numbers where you can be reached (cell, home, office)
* Your shirt size
* The transmit band(s) of your radio(s), and other equipment you could bring
* Do you have any needs or requests we should consider when making your assignment?
I addition to contacting me All Volunteers must
This is a requirement of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Thanks for volunteering, and 73,
Rick Savage KB1LYJ
From Bruce Blain, K1BG:
Please let your membership know that the Boston Marathon is in need of an additional 80 – 100 volunteers to provide communications for the 2022 Boston Marathon. It’s a great opportunity to provide a public service, meet many fellow hams, and just have fun enjoying amateur radio during this event. It’s a great way for new hams and old hams alike to show what amateur radio is all about.
Make your membership aware! By email, webpage, local 2 meter/440 net, social media, newsletter, etc. Please get the word out.
For more information, please go here: https://ema.arrl.org/2022/01/23/boston-marathon-amateur-radio-volunteers-still-needed-race-day-monday-4-18-22-volunteer-registration-closes-2-18-22/
The discount period for BARC membership renewals ends this Monday, January 31. Current members who renew on or before the 31st (either via PayPal or by the postmark of a mailed renewal) may take a 20% discount on annual dues for 2022.
The Boston Amateur Radio Club will hold its annual Holiday Party on Sunday, January 9 at 1:00 p.m. at the Stockyard Restaurant in Brighton. The cost will be $25 per person including tip; you will be responsible for your own bar bill. We will be ordering off the menu.
Directions can be found here.
Please RSVP to Joe, NV1W, at email@example.com by Thursday,January 6, specifying your name and call sign (if any) and the number of people attending. If you put “BARC Holiday Party” in the subject line of your email it will make my life easier. You may settle up with Jim, N1ICN, at the party.
You may also send nominations for Ham of the Year to me at the same address.
You can access the November issue of the SPARC here.
Remember we do NOT have a Zoom Meeting this month!