Are you interested in becoming an Amateur Radio Operator?
To start on a facinating hobby, please visit this link.
The next L.A.R.C. meeting will be held on September 11, 2014 at the usual time of 7:30 pm.
The guest speaker will be Rod Hardman from RAC ( Radio Amateurs of Canada) to discuss
"Digital Reformation: what we want from our national radio organization, enabling technologies and our role in that change."
If you have any questions or ideas for Rod, make sure you attend.
The usual, coffee, donuts, conversation and 50/50 draw will also be at the meeting.
The meeting will be located at St. Judes Anglican Church, 1537 Adelaide Street North at Fanshawe Park Road East in London, Ontario.
Just a heads-up to those who buy radio equipment off the internet. Read how Fred the owner of QRZ.com pulled in a dishonest individual, who was trying to scam him. Article on the Scam
Interested persons are invited to join the Middlesex-London Health Unit's
COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE training program. Sessions begin on
Thursday, September 11th from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM and continue weekly until
November 27th, 2014. Each session features guest experts in emergency
You must: (1) have a valid driver's licence and access to a vehicle, (2)
be able to pass a police clearance, (3) have an email address and access
to the internet. For more information: https://www.healthunit.com/cerv
and then send your contact information to
Amateur Radio Newsline - "Your independent source of Amateur Radio news for today's radio amateur."
eHam.net - "ham radio on the net'"
ARRL - "The national association for Amateur Radio - News and Features."
QRZ.com - A site to lookup Hams as well as information.
DX Daily - Site dedicated to the art/science of DX chasing