An Exciting Time in BARC History!

20 Nov

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Left to Right: Woody (W1SL), Don (K1IN), Ashley (WA1ICN), Mark (K1MGM), Michael (KB1ZHB), Josh (AC1N), Steve (KB1YWA), William (KA1OAS), Michael (N1EN), Bill (AB1LZ), Jack (K1NKS), Dan (KB1WFF), Skip (W1FTE), Bob (KB1YNT), Dan (W1CNI), John (W1CPW).

A Growing Club

Over the last few years, BARC has grown, the repeater has moved to its new home and now provides enhanced communication ability throughout north-central Connecticut, our monthly VE sessions have provided many opportunities for new hams to become licensed, and our presence at Farmers’ Markets have demonstrated ham radio capabilities to those unfamiliar with the service.

Our ARES BARENS team has supported our local emergency responders, our weekly Net draws participants from across the region, and our Field Days have become a popular event for our our own members, the media, and members of the public.

The future looks bright indeed – and we look forward to your joining our club and joining the international fraternity of amateur radio for a lifetime of discovery.

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2 Responses to “An Exciting Time in BARC History!”

  1. W1CNI November 20, 2013 at 11:43 #

    Looks great!

    • Chet Dimauro November 20, 2013 at 14:20 #

      Keep it going guys! Field day is
      a great way to familiarize your self with the clubs mission.

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