New England Flea Markets 11/13/04

New England Area   Ham - Electronic  Flea Market  ***  DATES  *** 2004 P 1 of 2
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4 Dec Windsor CT VintgeR Museum @33MechanicsSt $12/T@8AM John 860 673 0518
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22 Jan Nashua NH NE Antique RC $15/T@7 $2@9 @StStan's Marty 603 938 5051 F

5 Feb Tyngsboro MA 3936GP @SportsClub x34rt3 $5@9 Bill K1FUB 603 888 6822 F+

19 Feb Marlboro MA AARC @MS $3@9 $15/T@7 Ann KA1PON 508 481 4988 +

26 Feb Milton VT RANV Mitch W1SJ 802 979 6589

19 Mar Pomfret CT ECARA @CommSch Rt101+169 Paul KE1LI 860 928 2456 A+

2,3 April Timonium MD GBARC @FG 6AM 800 HAM FEST F

9 Ap Londonderry NH IRS @Lions Club $10@6 $3@8 Paul K1NL 603 883 3308 F+

9,10 Ap Waltham MA Photographica @HS ~photo~ Ed Shaw 617 965 0807 T+

10 Ap Enfield CT VHF/UHF Conf @Radisson Mark K1MAP 413 566 2445

17 April Cambridge MA FLEA at MIT Nick 617 253 3776
Third Sunday April thru October

23 Ap Nashua NH NE Antique RC $15/T@7 $2@9 @StStan's Marty 603 938 5051 F

24 Ap Southington CT SARA @HS $5@9 $10@8:30 $18/T@6:30 Alex 860 214 3013 F

6,7 May Hopkinton NH HossTraders @FG x7 I89 Joe K1RQG 207 469 3492

15 May Cambridge MA FLEA at MIT Nick 617 253 3776

20-22 May Dayton OH

28 May WashTownship NJ BARA @WestwoodHS $5@8 $15@6 Jim K2ZO 201 664 6725 F+

19 June Cambridge MA FLEA at MIT Nick 617 253 3776

16 July Nashua NH NE Antique RC $15/T@7 $2@9 @StStan's Marty 603 938 5051 F
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New England Area Ham - Electronic Flea Market *** DATES *** P4
Links to New England Hamfest Web Sites (c) 2004 W1GSL
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This section is only included in the electronic distribution.

Cambridge MA Flea at MIT http://www.swapfest.us

Hopkinton NH Hosstraders http://www.qsl.net/k1rqg/

Amherst MA Mt. Tom ARC http://www.mtara.org/hamfest/flea.html

Adams MA N BerkshireARC http://www.nobarc.org/hamfest

Boxborough MA NE ARRL Conv http://www.boxboro.org/

Framingham MA FARA http://www.fara.org/

Newton MA Waltham ARA Auction http://www.wara64.org/auction/

S Dartmouth MA SEMARA http://www.semara.org/flea/fleamkt.htm

Whately MA FranklinCARC http://www.fcarc.org/flea.html

Enfield CT VHF/UHF Conf http://www.newsvhf.com

Southington CT SARA http://www.chetbacon.com/sara.htm

Wallingford CT Nutmeg CT Conv http://www.nutmeghamfest.com

Windsor CT Vintage R Mus http://www.NationalCommunicationsMuseum.org/

Lewiston ME AARC http://www.dlois.com/mainearrl/convent.htm

Portland ME PAWA http://www.qsl.net/pawa/fleamarket.html

Henniker NH CVRC http://www.qsl.net/k1bke/

Bergen NJ BARA http://www.bara.org/

Lake Placid NY NNY ARA http://www.northnet.org/nnyham/hamfest_flyer2004.htm

Lindenhurst NY ToB ARES http://www.tobares.org/hamfest.html

Long Island NY LIMARC http://www.limarc.org/fest.htm

Massapequa NY GSB ARA http://www.gsbarc.org/

Queens NY Hall of Science http://www.qsl.net/hosarc/hamfest.html

Rensselaer NY E Greenbush ARA http://www.com-tech.org/EGARA.html

Rochester NY AWA http://www.antiquewireless.org/

Greenwich RI Fidelity ARC http://users.ids.net/~newsm/dates.html

Essex Junction VT Burlington ARC http://www.vtstetson.net/fest02.pdf

Milton VT RANV VT Conv http://www.ranv.org/milton.html

Montreal PQ MARC http://www.marc.qc.ca/fest/fest.html

Montreal PQ WIARC http://www.pubnix.net/wiarc/hamfest.htm

Montreal PQ MS-SARC http://www.ve2clm.ca/hamfesta.htm

Sorel-Tracy PQ CRAS-T http://www.hamfest.qc.ca/

St Therese PQ CRALL http://www.ve2crl.qc.ca/hamfest2002.htm

Halafax NS HARC http://www.halifax-arc.org/

Canada RAC List http://rac.eton.ca/data/racfleas.taf?function=form

Phila. Area VARA List http://www.qsl.net/w2vtm/hamfest.html

USA ARRL List http://www.arrl.org/hamfests.html

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USS Salem 6-Meter Repeater Update, Etc.

K1USNHarold “Pi” Pugh, K1RV writes:

“I want to give everyone an update on the K1USN Six Meter repeater. The repeater will soon be located on the Cohasset water tower thanks to the dedicated work of a few individuals. This will give increased coverage and will allow for better access and control of repeater operations.

This repeater will round out our stable of repeaters in the South Coast. The South Coastal Affiliated Radio Clubs – SCARC (SCARC because the people on the south shore are members of many clubs SNS, Marconi, Salem, Capeway,Whitman ARC, etc. )will have 145.39 (IRLP) 443.6 (ECHOLINK) 145.25 and 53.33 machines for their usage. (These repeaters are open for all to use!)

This new site will provide excellent 6 meter coverage from Cape Cod to NH and will be the first 6 meter repeater that is in our backyards. Since this repeater will be one of the local machines we are asking for small donations to help defray the costs. One of the guys just ordered 350 feet of cable and we would like to help him out with the costs. We are also looking for a 70 cm control receiver.

If anyone can help with a small donation it would be greatly appreciated. If you can help then send your donation to:

Bob Callahan – W1QWT
56 Acorn St.
Scituate, MA. 02066

Bob’s e-mail address is w1qwt@comcast.net

I’d also like to let everyone know that NS1N and KC1HO have been busy upgrading both Norwell repeaters. They will have lots of exciting features.

They have purchased new Kenwood repeaters for both the (443.600 88.5HZ)UHF and (145.250 77HZ) VHF machines. Also the VHF machine has a new Hustler G144-7 antenna and lowloss hard-line. A new controller with many exciting features is controlling these machines.

A Kenwood transceiver has been purchased and hooked up to allow the linking of these machines to other area repeaters and the UHF machine has had upgrades to its echolink system.

Anyone wishing to support this system please contact NS1N-

KARL S JOHNSON, SR – NS1N
39 RICHFIELD RD
SCITUATE MA 02066

Karl’s e-mail address is ns1n@msn.com

Our November 11th Veterans Day 2004 operation was a tremendous success! We had a dozen operators and made over 500 contacts on HF, VHF and IRLP. Thanks to all who helped make this a success! HRO even loaned us an IC-756-PRO-II from their Salem, NH store!

73, Pi – K1RV / K1USN

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Taunton NWS Office QRV During SKYWARN Recognition Day

SKYWARN logoThe National Weather Service office in Taunton will be operating during NWS SKYWARN Recognition Day as WX1BOX on December 3 from 7 PM until midnight, and 7 AM to 7 PM on December 4. The station will operate on IRLP (Internet Radio Linking Project) on reflector 9219 and on EchoLink WX-Talk Conference, according to SKYWARN Coordinator Rob Macedo, KD1CY. Macedo adds that other NWS offices will also utilize EchoLink and IRLP nodes that are available in their areas. (See also Boston ARC To Operate From Blue Hill Observatory During SKYWARN Recognition Day.)

During the 24-hour activity, radio amateurs set up stations at NWS offices and work as a team to contact other hams around the world. Over 90 NWS offices will be on the air. Endorcements can be earned for contacting the various NWS offices across the country. For more information about SKYWARN Recognition Day, see http://hamradio.noaa.gov/ or the December issue of QST, page 72.

Thanks, Rob, KD1CY and SEMARA Zero Beat, December 2004

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Massasoit ARA Assists In YMCA Road Race

Massasoit ARA members at E. Bridgewater YMCA Road RaceSeven members of the Massasoit Amateur Radio Association members volunteered to provide communication support for the East Bridgewater YMCA 4-mile Fall Frolic Road Race on Sunday October 24, 2004. The weather was overcast and the temperature started out about 50 degrees—perfect weather for a road race.

Carl Aveni, N1FY acted as NCS at at the starting line. The other Amateur Radio volunteers were positioned along the race course at key intersections. Shown in the photo (L-R): Bruce Hayden, NI1X; Carl Aveni, N1FY; Roy Logan, KB1CYV; Walter Fitzgerald, N1LHD; Gary DeCoster, WA1CIM; and Bob Mandeville, N1EDM with Maryanne DeCoster, N1SGW in front.

The YMCA had large signs made up and posted along the race course that alerted the traffic to the race in progress and helped everything run smoothly. The Amateur Radio operators were thanked by the YMCA staff for their support and were soon socializing over hotdogs and hamburgers after the race. Once again a great time was had by all. —MARA News, November 2004

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Ham Radio Blood Drive, Worcester EOC, 11/20/04

Red Cross logoMark, WB1ARZ writes:

Hello everyone,

I would appreciate it if you would help me get the word out about the Amateur Radio Operators Blood Drive this Saturday on November 20th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The drive will be held at the Worcester EOC located at 50 Skyline Drive, Worcester, MA. This location is directly off of Belmont Street (Rt. 9) in Worcester and the EOC located in the brick National Guard Facility at the South entrance to Green Hill Park.

The Red Cross informed me today that there is a critical shortage of donated blood and it is very worrisome this early in the holiday season. They are hopeful for a large number of donors this Saturday at the Amateur Radio Operators Blood Drive.
Those who donate will be entered into a free raffle to be drawn at the end of the day (you don’t have to be present to win)for some HRO Gift Certificates and Gift Certificates to local Restaraunts. The Red Cross
is also giving out free “T” shirts to donors and will provide refreshments.

There will also be an information table and an event station at the site. Please help us get the word out to your friends and family, fellow hams and non-hams alike. We really need to have a big showing up at the EOC and it will help the critical blood supply shortage in the area.

Those that wish to can preregister for the drive by calling the Red Cross at 1-800-GIVE-LIFE. Walk-in donors are also very welcome.

For additional details go to www.wect.net

Thanks and 73,

Mark, WB1ARZ
ARES/RACES Coordinator CMARA
ARES EC, Worcester

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New Cape and Island Net Manager

New Net Manager for Cape & Islands Traffic Net.

Mike Wilbur N2JWW has been appointed Net Manager for the
Cape & Islands Traffic Net effective November 1, 2004. Mike
is an expeirenced Traffic Handler working both local and HF
Traffic Nets. Mike is a resident of Marstons Mills and is active
with local radio clubs. We welcome Mike to his new position
and ask everyone to support him and the Cape & Islands Net.

NCS Openings on Cape & Islands

Monday Open
Thursday Open
Saturday Open
Wednesday -N2JWW

Jim N1LKJ

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Boston ARC To Operate From Blue Hill Observatory During SKYWARN Recognition Day

Boston ARC logoMark Duff, KB1EKN writes:

“The sixth annual SKYWARN Recognition Day (SRD) will take place this year on Saturday, December 4. For the second year in a row, the Boston Amateur Radio Club will participate in SKYWARN Recognition Day (SRD) at the Blue Hill Observatory in Milton MA. We will be operating on Saturday December 4 from 0900 to 1500 on HF and VHF.

SRD consists of Amateur Radio operators who set up at the National Weather Service (NWS) offices and other weather related locations and contact similar stations around the world. Many NWS Offices, including NWS Taunton, have permanently installed Amateur Radio equipment.

Hams have assisted the National Weather Service by providing real-time reports of severe weather and storm conditions. We recently played a key role by providing communications during the hurricanes that affected Florida and other Southeastern states.

Although the NWS operates a network of 120 Doppler radars to track severe storms, at greater ranges weather radar has difficulty time sampling conditions close to the ground. The information hams provide plays a key role in aiding forecasters.

During the SRD, stations will exchange signal reports, location and a brief description of the current weather at their respective locations (“sunny,” “partly cloudy,” “windy,” etc). We also plan to send out unique QSL cards. This is a great opportunity for members to operate the club’s Yaesu 897 and make some DX contacts. If you are interested in participating please contact me directly at emgmgt@comcast.net.

—Thanks, Boston ARC The SPARC, November, 2004

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“HAMsters” Help Bring Holiday Cheer to Children in Florida

HAMsters' toy driveThe “HAMsters” of Ms. LaRoche’s First Grade Class at Winn Brook School in Belmont (see Belmont First-Graders Want to “Ham It Up”) are just one of the many groups throughout the country who are helping to bring a little Christmas cheer back into the lives of Florida children made homeless by this year’s hurricane damage.

“My little ones, their families and my colleagues here at Winn Brook loved participating in the Toy Drive for Homeless Children in Florida,” said Donna LaRoche. LaRoche, who is a member of the Framingham Amateur Radio Association, has integrated Amateur Radio into her teaching curriculum in innovative ways.

The ARRL Toy Drive will fold into the United Way’s White Doves Holiday Project. Thanks to a disaster services grant from the State of Florida, the Volunteer & Community Resource Center has been developing a strong relationship with local amateurs. “We have been so impressed by the skill and dedication of the ham radio volunteers,” said a United Way spokesperson. “The way ham radio operators nationwide have embraced the White Doves Holiday Project reinforces our already strong opinion of hams.”

LaRoche’s students’ exemplary action just goes to show that you’re never too young to lend a helping hand to your community and to others.

Thanks, Donna LaRoche and ARRL

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USS Salem ARC Veteran’s Day Operation 11/11/04, And Scouting Opportunities

K1USN QSL cardJ.C. Cunningham, W1AI writes:

Three things:

Don’t forget the Veteran’s Day operation on the USS Salem on Thursday (11/11/04). Bands permitting, we hope to have 5 concurrent operating positions. More operators are needed! Contact Pi at K1RV@hamtestonline.com for details.

We are expecting almost 200 scouts on the USS Salem this coming Saturday (11/13/04).

I need several more volunteers to do the Morse code presentations and/or HF and VHF demos from 3pm to 6pm.

Please send me a message at W1AI@hamtestonline.com if you can help. I need to know by early Friday morning at the very latest!

We are also expecting about 150 scouts on the USS Salem the following Saturday (11/20/04).

I’m taking a long-deserved vacation during the week of Nov 13-2. Therefore Bill O’Hara, N1EY, has agreed to coordinate the volunteers for that week.

Please contact Bill at who_icrr@adelphia.net if you can help that week.

No prior experience is necessary for any of these events.

JC Cunningham, W1AI
USS Salem K1USN Radio Club Scouting Program Volunteer Coordinator

http://www.hamtestonline.com
W1AI@hamtestonline.com

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MMRA’s Newest Repeater Is QRV

MMRA logoThe Minuteman Repeater Association announced that a new 222 MHz repeater is now operational from Slygo Hill in Marlborough. The repeater, along with a duplexer, was recently donated to the club; the MMRA board of directors voted to accept the donation at its last meeting. The repeater currently operates on 224.880 MHz under the callsign K1IW. In the near future, it will be coupled to the SCOM 7K controller on the replacement 147.270 repeater, at which time it will change to the club callsign W1MRA. According to MMRA president Bob DeMattia, K1IW, this is the club’s fourteenth repeater.

Thanks, The Minuteman, Volume 32, Number 2, November 2004

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Sturdy Memorial Hospital ARC To Help With Annual Santa Parade

SMH ARC logoBruce Alexander, KA1IG writes on w1smh list:

“Yes, that time of year is here again. The Downtown Associates of North Attleborough, have once again requested our services to assist in the staging of the annual Santa Parade.

The parade will be held this year on sunday, november 28. The parade will step off at 3pm, from the St. Mary’s area of North Washington Street. Staging will begin at 1:30pm, at the St. Mary’s parking lot.

Staging this year may be complicated to some extent, because of construction on North Washington, but we don’t have any details as to whether it will be done in time.

If you are interested in helping out, you can contact me in the following manners: 447.975UHF, 147.195VHF, E-mail bba@naisp.net, (508) 643-0008.

Thanks in advance for your help, this is always a fun event, & sort of sets the mood, at least for me, for the upcoming holiday season.

73,
Bruce, KA1IG

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W1TE Dies in Experimental Aircraft Accident

The Billerica Amateur Radio Society reported in its November newsletter that Charles Schwartz, W1TE, of Shirley, MA lost his life while flying an experimental aircraft in Leominster on October 26. The former Lowell, MA ham is survived by his wife, Lorraine, N1ZRO.

“Over the years I came to know him through my contesting activities,” commented Billerica ARS newsletter editor Ken Caruso, WO1N. “During the mid-90s Charley and I swapped first place SOLP Massachusetts finishes in the 160-meter contests. I asked him how in the world he could beat me on 160-meters living on a small lot in Lowell. [Charley] revealed he would go to his in-laws farm in Shirley and he would lay out beverage antennas and phased verticals supported by helium balloons. We had a good laugh over that.” According to Caruso, W1TE was instrumental in revitalizing the NEDXCC club; he also published the club’s newsletter.

Details of the October 26 crash were reported in a Lowell Sun article the following day. Dick Fahlbeck, the director of operations at the FCA Flight Center at the Fitchburg airport, did not see the crash but confirmed that the plane had been taking off before it went down. “He was an experienced test pilot,” Fahlbeck told the Sun. “He was the kind of guy you would want to test-fly your plane if he could.” —Thanks Billerica ARS, Lowell Sun

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KY1N List of New England Volunteer Exams 11/01/04

                         The KY1N Memorial List
Scheduled Amateur Radio Volunteer Examinations - CT MA ME NH RI VT
11/01/04
Jim, WW1Y, Editor
Date Time Contact Location Phone
11/05/04 18:30 Albert Noble, AA1CZ Saco ME 207-642-8830
11/06/04 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
11/06/04 09:00 Thomas Jaworski, WA1MJE Pittsfield MA 413-528-9002
11/07/04 09:00 Richard Barton, N1NCZ Milford CT 203-877-5020
11/08/04 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
11/09/04 19:00 Lawrence Polowy, KU1L Thomaston CT 860-283-4089
11/10/04 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
11/11/04 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
11/11/04 19:00 Kevin Cellini, N1KGM Trumbull CT 203-268-5015
11/12/04 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
11/13/04 09:00 Bill Sullivan, K1AG Bangor ME 207-947-4051
11/13/04 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
11/13/04 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
11/13/04 12:00 Daniel Miller, K3UFG Newington CT 860-206-3379
11/13/04 09:30 Dick Finn, WA1VUU Stamford CT 203-323-0982
11/14/04 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
11/15/04 19:00 Arthur Denault, KB1CNB Fall River MA 774-644-3469
11/16/04 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
11/17/04 17:30 Donald R Smith, AE1Q Augusta ME 207-495-3891
11/17/04 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
11/17/04 19:00 Robert E Moreland, KA1ZMF Milford CT 203-933-9587
11/18/04 19:30 Richard Cantin, AA1TI Norwood MA 508-339-1089
11/20/04 09:00 William D Wilson, K1IN Bloomfield CT 860-683-4099
11/20/04 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
11/20/04 09:00 *Peter Leather, AE2D Orleans MA 508-225-9581
11/20/04 09:00 Bruce Howes, W1UJR South Portland ME 207-828-0248
11/20/04 09:00 Tom Senerchia, KA1VAY West Warwick RI 401-822-2592
11/22/04 19:00 Walton G Congdon, W1ZPB Northfield MA 413-498-2729
11/24/04 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535
11/26/04 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
11/27/04 12:00 +Neil Henden, AA1OA Danvers MA 978-777-1608
12/04/04 11:30 Frank Sileo, N1PE Brookfield CT 203-438-0218
12/04/04 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
12/04/04 09:00 Jack P Garforth, N1JK Middletown RI 401-683-2250
12/04/04 09:00 Jim Heedles, WW1Y Nashua NH 603-672-4035
12/04/04 08:45 Conrad Ekstrom, WB1GXM Newport NH 603-543-1389
12/05/04 09:00 Richard Barton, N1NCZ Milford CT 203-877-5020
12/08/04 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
12/09/04 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
12/09/04 19:00 Kevin Cellini, N1KGM Trumbull CT 203-268-5015
12/10/04 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
12/11/04 10:00 Bryce Rumery, K1GAX Bath ME 207-799-1116
12/11/04 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
12/11/04 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
12/11/04 12:00 Daniel Miller, K3UFG Newington CT 860-206-3379
12/12/04 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
12/13/04 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
12/14/04 19:00 Lawrence Polowy, KU1L Thomaston CT 860-283-4089
12/15/04 19:00 Robert E Moreland, KA1ZMF Milford CT 203-933-9587
12/16/04 19:30 Richard Cantin, AA1TI Norwood MA 508-339-1089
12/18/04 09:00 William D Wilson, K1IN Bloomfield CT 860-683-4099
12/18/04 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
12/18/04 09:00 *Peter Leather, AE2D Orleans MA 508-225-9581
12/18/04 09:00 Bob Jones, WB1P Slatersville RI 401-333-4787
12/20/04 19:00 Arthur Denault, KB1CNB Fall River MA 774-644-3469
12/21/04 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
12/22/04 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
12/22/04 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535
12/24/04 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
01/08/05 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
01/08/05 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
01/08/05 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
01/09/05 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
01/10/05 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
01/12/05 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
01/13/05 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
01/14/05 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
01/15/05 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
01/15/05 09:00 Bruce Howes, W1UJR South Portland ME 207-828-0248
01/18/05 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
01/19/05 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
01/20/05 19:30 Lou Harris, N1UEC Norwood MA 508-668-0858
01/20/05 18:30 John Ruggiero, N2YHK Worcester MA 508-982-0617
01/25/05 12:00 +Neil Henden, AA1OA Danvers MA 978-777-1608
01/26/05 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535
01/28/05 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
02/05/05 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
02/09/05 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
02/10/05 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
02/11/05 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
02/12/05 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
02/12/05 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
02/13/05 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
02/14/05 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
02/15/05 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
02/16/05 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
02/17/05 19:30 Lou Harris, N1UEC Norwood MA 508-668-0858
02/19/05 10:00 Bryce Rumery, K1GAX Bath ME 207-799-1116
02/19/05 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
02/23/05 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535
02/25/05 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
02/25/05 09:00 Mitch Stern, W1SJ Milton VT 802-879-6589
02/26/05 12:00 +Neil Henden, AA1OA Danvers MA 978-777-1608
02/26/05 09:00 Jim Heedles, WW1Y Nashua NH 603-672-4035
02/28/05 19:00 Walton G Congdon, W1ZPB Northfield MA 413-498-2729
03/05/05 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
03/09/05 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
03/10/05 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
03/11/05 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
03/12/05 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
03/12/05 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
03/13/05 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
03/14/05 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
03/15/05 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
03/17/05 19:30 Lou Harris, N1UEC Norwood MA 508-668-0858
03/19/05 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
03/19/05 09:00 Bruce Howes, W1UJR South Portland ME 207-828-0248
03/23/05 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
03/23/05 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535
03/25/05 18:00 *Mitch Stern, W1SJ Essex Junction VT 802-879-6589
03/25/05 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
03/26/05 12:00 +Neil Henden, AA1OA Danvers MA 978-777-1608
03/26/05 12:30 Bryce Rumery, K1GAX Lewiston ME 207-799-1116
04/02/05 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
04/08/05 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
04/09/05 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
04/09/05 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
04/10/05 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
04/11/05 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
04/13/05 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
04/14/05 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
04/16/05 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
04/19/05 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
04/20/05 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
04/21/05 19:30 Lou Harris, N1UEC Norwood MA 508-668-0858
04/22/05 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
04/23/05 10:00 Bryce Rumery, K1GAX Bath ME 207-799-1116
04/23/05 12:00 +Neil Henden, AA1OA Danvers MA 978-777-1608
04/23/05 09:00 Norm Smith, NY1B Rockland ME 207-354-6853
04/27/05 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535

NOTES:
* = PREREGISTRATION MANDATORY
+ = PLEASE CALL TO GAURANTEE SEATING
T = Technician Exams only
Times are Local Time
Please check with the contact person as some dates are tentative!
For the latest examination information, check
http://www.ky1n.net/ky1n.html.
If attending a session please remember to bring:
1) One photo ID, or two non-photo ID's (one with address)
2) Original FCC-issued license plus a photocopy (if already licensed)
3) Original plus photocopies of all CSCE's you are claiming
4) The 2004 test session fee of $12.00
All VE Teams are invited to contribute.
For additions/corrections contact Jim Heedles, WW1Y, 603-672-4035,
via email at ky1n@ky1n.net

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MA RACES To Exercise on 60 Meters

Tom Kinahan, N1CPE writes:

“It’s the first Monday again, and we’ve got another new twist tonight. We’ll be running a net on 60 meters at 6:30pm, on on 75 meters at 6:45 and the normal 6 meter net at 7.

All stations are invited to check in to both HF nets.

The 60 Meter net will convene on dial frequency 5330.5 USB, and move up in the channels if the frequency is busy. There is no need to change frequencies if the channel is free and checkins can be made.

Channel Center Amateur Tuning Frequency (USB)

5332 kHz 5330.5 kHz

5348 kHz 5346.5 kHz

5368 kHz 5366.5 kHz

5373 kHz 5371.5 kHz

5405 kHz (common US/UK) 5403.5 kHz

73!

-Tom N1CPE

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