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Greetings, Our weekly net continues to have good check-ins. We had over twenty on Sunday Night and that is a great turn out. Nick, K7NQB, was net control. Normally when Nick calls the Net, we get a really good turn out. If you think Nick should call the net more often. Feel free to let him know. As a reminder, our weekly net is on Sunday Night at 7:00 PM. We are on the ISRA K7BSE 146.94 repeater, PL Tone is 100.
I managed to install the new radio in my Go Box and completed updating a couple of other items on it. Now I can monitor four separate frequencies, two of which can be System Fusion. So I’m pleased to have that in my garage, set up and operating while I workout or while I do project builds or whatever. I tend to spend a lot of time in the garage so this capability will be nice to have available again , especially with System Fusion.
Our next Club Meeting is 28 September. Chris Cox is presenting on new Star Idaho repeaters.
We have decided to move to a new email address going forward. It is firstname.lastname@example.org. The web page has been updated with regard to the new contact email address.
On that note, if you have a topic you would like to hear about or want to know more about upcoming presentations, feel free to send an email to email@example.com and let us know.
Reminder: we have a weekly net on Sunday nights at 7:00 PM. All are welcome to check in. The ISRA Repeater is 146.94 with a PL of 100. We look forward to hearing you on the air!
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