For those of you familiar with this site, you may have noticed some changes. These changes will continue over the next few weeks, hopefully not months, until said changes are completed and while any remaining 'bugs' are identified and corrected. Actually, the site will always be "evolving" to some degree. Don't panic if some of the old material appears missing, it is all still here. It is simply that the reorganization of the site will have some things dissappearing from time to time. I assure you again, it's all still here and no material has been deleted or lost. The end result will be a completely new look and feel for the site. Patience is requested and feedback is always welcome.
As the site is changing, a genuine effort will be made to update this page monthly with current events related to club activities and amateur radio. I'd very much love to have a club member(s) "step up" to contribute to the monthly news. Indeed, I'll make this official and say that I welcome club members to submit news and other items. You submit it, and I will publish it!
It's that time of year again, the AirFest is back and, It's free and open to the public!
As was the case last year, HARC will on site meeting the communication needs of the airshow by supporting members of Kingman's EAA chapter 765, who are the people making the AirFest happen. The HARC communications trailer will also be on site along with our visitor booth which is open to all AirFest attendees. Please stop by, say hello, and enjoy a moment with HARC members while visiting the AirFest!
For more information about the Kingman AirFest Fly-In and Open House, click here
The "Breakfast Club", is being renamed "The Mid-Month Social".
We had a good turnout this past Saturday (October 5th), at the Flying J Denny's, and we would really like to see more of you joining us. Those in attendance discussed, among many things, ideas on how to make this gathering more popular. A change of venue. Making it more of a brunch instead of the breakfast it is now. Changing to a more mid-month Saturday, instead of the Saturday following the regular club meeting. As far as the venue thoughts were concerned, some of the alternative locations discussed were:
The Hotrod Cafe, located on the corner of Hualapai Mountain Road and Railroad Ave,
JB's, A Greek style restaurant, located at 2940 Andy Devine Ave (Route 66).
Both alternative locations are more than capable of handling parties of 2-20 (or more) and, the food is pretty good too. Getting in and out (to/from) parking, etc., would not be an issue at either location. Nevertheless, the group is absolutely open to suggestions and recommendations! So please, let us know what your thoughts and ideas!
All that said, no changes to the current schedule have been made and, I'd love to hear ideas from those who would like to join us, so give it some thought!
Until Next Month!!!