Our monthly meeting is held on the first Saturday of the month. A few months have dates or location changed for special events. Our December meeting is suspended in favor of a dinner party for the members.
Next meeting will be May 4, 2019.
The meeting starts at 9:00 AM, social time starts around 8:00 AM, and after the meeting or 10:00 AM whichever is later there is time for presentations or discussions. These can be technological, historical, or personal in nature, and you do not have to be a member to attend.
American Red Cross Building
1247 Napoleon St.
Fremont, OH 43420
Use Jefferson St. Classroom entrance
Meeting time: 9:00 AM Eastern time
Social time: 8:00 AM Eastern time
Technical discussion or program: 10:00 AM or after the meeting whichever is later.
We now have two breakfasts each month. The first is on the second Thursday, and the second is on the fourth Saturday. We normally order breakfast at 8:00 AM, but social time starts around 7:00 AM.
Breakfast is at Denny's on Cedar St. in Fremont.
Location is 1 block South of the Ste. Rte. 19 North, Stone St. exit on the Fremont Bypass,
(US 6, US 20 and Ste. Rte 53)
Breakfasts coming up are on April 27 and May 9 and 25.
We have a 2 meter repeater. Repeater frequency is 145.250 MHz with a minus 600 KHz offset, no PL is required. The antenna is mounted at 160 feet on the old WFRO FM tower on W. State St. in Fremont
Our net meets on Monday evening at 7:00 PM Eastern time on our repeater and is open to all Amateur Radio Operators.
Upcoming SVARC breakfasts are on Thursday April 27, Thursday May 9, and Saturday May 25 . See details above.
VE test session Saturday April 27. Please arrive at 8:30 AM to fill out paperwork so test can begin at 9:00 AM. Test is held in the Red Cross classroom at the 1247 Napoleon St., Fremont, OH location. Next VE test session will be on May 25.
Next meeting is Saturday May 4, 2019. See details above.
Downtown Farmers Market is a great place to purchase locally grown produce. Check out the festivities at "www.downtownfremontohio.org". Sandusky Valley Amateur Radio Club will have an operating station setup, during the June 15 market, to demonstrate to the community our ability to communicate during and after a disaster. We can communicate with local, state, and federal agencies helping to coordinate damage assessment and rescue efforts. Stop by our tent to see how the club and ARES accomplishes this. You can also get information on becoming an Amateur Radio Operator and joining the team.