FREE TO A GOOD HOME
As many of you are aware, Ralph N0LO and Sherry KB5VWW Tullo are starting a new chapter in their lives with family in North Carolina. We wish them well in their new endeavors.
They are leaving behind a great desk that was used as their “ham shack”. There is plenty of room to mount radios, a place to put your computer and keyboard, lots of cabinets and draws to store items out of sight and a large area that can be used as a workspace or to repair your equipment.
72” Wide (Cabinet Side)
Ralph and Sherry are willing to give this away for FREE to anyone who can give it a good home.
And, just in case you or someone you know is looking to buy a home, theirs is for sale!
Interested in either? Call Carol Sjursen, KJ4AWB at 954-803-6338 and she can give you the details on both!
The Gold Coast Amateur Radio Association hosted the 2019 Summer Field Day festivities in the Bald Eagle Pavilion at Quiet Waters Park in Deerfield Beach, Florida on June 22nd and 23rd. Also invited to participate were the Palmetto Amateur Radio Club and Broward County ARES/RACES.
Approximately 100 amateur radio operators and guests were in attendance for a weekend of fun, food and camaraderie as they practiced their operating skills under simulated disaster conditions.
As you are aware, there are numerous tasks involved in putting on a successful Field Day. A big thank you goes out to all who helped with the planning, preparation, shopping, cooking, event day activities, setup, breakdown and much more.
We had many visitors including park guests, Elmo, CERT members from around the County, the media, Coco, the German Shepherd Therapy Dog, representatives from Broward County Emergency Management, the ARRL and the Red Cross.
We are very thankful that we had the opportunity to practice our emergency communication operating skills under adverse conditions.
Should we ever have a major disaster in Broward County, the amateur operators will be ready.
Carol Sjursen, KJ4AWB
Melanie Fernandez, KJ4VCT