NORTH SHORES AMATEUR RADIO CLUB of SAN DIEGO, CA. (K6HAI)

A HAM RADIO CLUB FOR ALL RADIO EXPERIMENTERS

ANNUAL DUES IS ONLY $10. PER YEAR. and INCLUDES MONTHLY NEWSLETTER

PRES... KQ6YQ ........... V.P... KR6EC ........... TREAS... NA9G...........SEC.... W6SDW

ABOUT THE HAM CLUB called NORTH SHORES, Club Call K6HAI

NORTH SHORES AMATEUR RADIO CLUB IS ALL ABOUT HAM RADIO

Welcomes everyone that has an interest in radio communication and radio experimentation. Many members are licensed by the FCC, and hold either NOVICE, GENERAL, TECH or TECH PLUS, GENERAL, ADVANCED, or EXTRA CLASS Ham License Tickets. Some members also have FCC 1st or 2nd Radiotelephone or Radiotelegraph and Radar endorsement. CB radio operators are also welcome.

There is no membership requirement that you must have a
license for club membership. You can also attend the meetings without being a member.The Club is an open club and welcomes new members. The annual club dues is only $10.

NSARC GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS

Club Meeings are held on the FIRST TUESDAY of every month. The Club Meets Monthly at the South Clairemond Rec Center in San Diego's Clairemont area of North San Diego, near Balboa and Clairemont Dr. The address for this City of San Diego Rec Center is 3605 Clairemont Drive. Do not confuse it with the other nearby Clairemont City Rec Center, which is the North Clairemont Rec Center on Genesee near Clairemont Mesa. That was once the club's old old meeting place. For the resent time, the North Shores Club meets at the South Clairemont Rec Center, but this may again change. The Club is considering relocating the meeting place again.

NOTICE: The meeting time is variable, and changed from 7:30 to 7 PM to 6:30 PM to 6 PM in the last few meetings.. At one time all meetings started at 7:30 PM. But due to very recent City Budget Cuts, and Staff reductions, the South Clairemeont Rec Center now closes early. The latest new meeting time was 6 PM. But this time is subject to change. The January meeting is always held at a Restaurant so do not go to the So Clmt Rec Center in January.

THE NSARC BEAM

The CLUB publishes a monthly news latter called the NSARC BEAM.
The BEAM is edited by W6SDW, Steve Wilmet. The BEAM is mailed to all members and is also distributed free of charge at the Ham Radiio Outlet Store on Kearny Villa Road near Clairemont Mesa Drive. Subscribe to the BEAM and stay informed of all changes meeting times and place changes that may be forthcoming or watch this web page.

Generally the Club has serval main repeat activities each year. These are the Annual Club Auction, Annaul January Installatiion Dinner Meeting, Annual Field Day Preparation Activity Meeting held in May for the June Field Day, and Annual Show and Tell Meeting usually held in September,

The other 8 club meetings is filled with speakers. But in many years the July the meeting is cancelled for vacations, leaving 7actual monthly meetings filled with speakers on such subjects as solar power, antennas, satellite communications, emergency communications, equipment demonstrations, packet radio. microwave communications. The Club is always looking for program speakers.

THE NSARC CLUB TEN METER NET

The NSARC WEEKLY NET is held on MONDAY of every week. The FREQUENCY is in the TEN METER BAND where novices can also operate, on 28.495 MHZ. This is also a DX calling freq so sometimes the net moves to 28.485 Khz. The time is 7 PM and the mode
is upper SSB. The net is an open roundtable net and visitors are welcome


WHO TO CONTACT FOR MORE INFO

Pres. KQ6YQ Bob Palek 619 297-3510
V.P. KR6EC Bob Schillinger 619 275-2994
Treas NA6G Bob Smith 858 274-5428
Sec. and Beam Editor W6SDW Steve Wilmet 858 277-7966

Director NQ6D Dick Cline 858 542-0503
Director W6REW Dick Warren 858 272-1602
Director K6VMI Fred Knight 278-7867
Director W6ERZ Bob Wells 273-4129

K6HAI Station Trustee W6SDW 858 277-7966


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