Our regular monthly meetings which are held at the NY Hall of Science cafeteria (47-01 111th Street, Queens, NY) are open to the public and are held on the
second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM.
You do not need to be licensed to attend. All are welcome, and refreshments will be served.
Park at the employee parking lot and come in through the loading dock in the back.
Exceptions: summer months of July and August and the holiday party in December.
Topic for Next Meeting
an introduction to Army MARS By Ronald Tomo KE2UK
Ron Tomo, KE2UK, received the 2010 ARRL INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD for his work in disaster relief culminating with his mission to Haiti right after the earthquake where he ran an emergency net he established and helped build a MASH hospital where he personally saved 8 lives and was responsible for saving hundreds.
He has been a ham for 50 years and is the Training Officer for Region 2 Army MARS and a Commander in the USCGA. This is a presentation you don't want to miss.
Plus he is donating 1 of his books he wrote and if anyone wants an autographed copy, he is giving our club a reduced price of just $10. If you are a ham and/or work in disasters then don't miss this presentation.
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