SGARS 2017 Xmas BBQ and fox hunt
The St George Amateur Radio Society will be gathering for the final time in 2017 at Donnelly Park, on the picturesque shores of Kyle Bay, near South Hurstville. Commencing at 6.00 PM, members, family, friends and visitors are invited to share in sausage sandwich and soft drink in the great outdoors of the Georges River. For catering purposes, food and drink orders should be placed using the "on line" form, which can be found here.
A hidden transmitter fox hunt will also be held for those wishing to test the radio direction finding skills.
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Upcoming SGARS Presentations & Events
During the year, The St George Amateur Radio Society holds a range of technical presentations, contest and field day events, licence training and assessment weekends, working bees, disposal sales, social gatherings and much more.
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Contest Calender 2017
Contesting is an excellent way for new amateur radio operators or those returning to the hobby, to gain some operating experiencing without the fear finding something to talk about. In a contest, contacts between stations are very structured with exchange of callsign, signal reports and usually a serial number.
- Category: Contests and Field Days
Licence Training & Assessment 2017
Obtaining an amateur radio licence is easy with the Foundation entry level accreditation. The introduction of the new entry level foundation licence in 2006 has re ignited a high level of interest in the hobby. There is no morse code to learn, you don't need technical qualifications and there are no age limits. Anyone can start to participate in the exciting hobby of Amateur Radio by reading the Foundation License Manual and attending a weekend of training and assessment. The assessment consists of a 25 question multiple choice exam paper and a straight forward practical assessment.
The St George Amateur Radio Society (SGARS) will be holding Foundation licence courses and assessments throughout 2017. Each will be held over a weekend. The dates are;
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2017 SGARS Executive Committee
At the December meeting of The St George Amateur Radio Society Inc, members elected an executive committee for 2017, as follows;
Roland Riede VK2YAD - Committee Member
The remaining non executive roles will be filled by the committee shortly.
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Membership to SGARS
Membership is open to the St George Amateur Radio Society.
Current Membership application forms are available on line by clicking here. If you do not have someone to nominate you, please submit the form anyway and we will try and find someone.
Membership fees are $25.00 for working members, $20.00 for non working member. Joining fee of $5.00.
Membership Application Forms can be sent either by;
- in person to the Secretary at one of our regular gatherings,
- mail to PO Box 530 Engadine NSW 2233
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