In The Interest of Furthering the Hobby
and have a General Good Time with Fellow HAMS 
LARA is Reviving Our "Project Days" and Starting Help Classes

Learning Event 


CLASSES Have Started
interest level but walk-ins are welcome

Instructor will be:Bob Neufeld (N3AU)

Technician Level License

CLASSES & FCC TEST
 
Saturday & Sunday mornings
from 8 am to 1 pm
 June 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th 

License Tests Will Be Given
at 1:00 pm - AFTER the Last Class 
on June 17th
(Sorry we forgot this was Father's Day)

VE's are requested to arrive 
No Later Than 12:45pm
at
Cambria  Fire Company

4631 Cambria - Wilson Rd. Lockport NY 14094

Located  on Rt. 425 
1 mile South of Ridge Rd. (Rt. 104) 

Please USE REAR DOORS of HALL

☼ Do Not PARK next to Building on SOUTH SIDE ☼

A copy of the W5YI Technician Classbook
is need in class - 
To follow Along In Class
and also Do Home Study for course.

Available online at  www.w5yi.org
or
On Amazon 


PLEASE NOTE: 
that the current Technician License Level
test pool of questions is due 
to expire June 20th 2018
so this study guide is only valid until then
after which as NEW study guide will be issued 
& required for future classes

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I you wish To Take a License Exam at: on June 17th

 TECHNICIAN or ANY LICENSE LEVEL

and have NOT attended this Class

Pre-Registration is Required - So Tests can Be Printed
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Please Send Contact Information
⌂ Name
⌂ Phone Number 
⌂  Email Address
 

SUBJECT: LICENSE EXAMS


Learning Event 

https://sites.google.com/site/lockporthamclub/lara-home/yearly-lara-events/arrl-field-days-event

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The L.A.R.A. Field Days Event
 is Scheduled to be at the
 
Wilson Historical Grounds 
at 
"Hojack Park" Railroad Station

645 Lake St. (Rt.425) Wilson N.Y.
across the street from the 
Woodcock Brothers Brewery & Dollar General

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Field Day is ham radio's open house. 

(Field Day is always the fourth full weekend of June, 
beginning at 1800 UTC Saturday
 and running through 2059 UTC Sunday.)

Every June, more than 40,000 hams
 throughout North America set up temporary 
transmitting stations in public places to
 demonstrate ham radio's science, 
skill and service to our 
communities and our nation.

 It combines public service, emergency preparedness,
community outreach, and technical skills all in a 
single event. 
Field Day has been an annual event 
since 1933, and remains the most 
popular event in ham radio.

Objective:
To work as many stations as possible 
on any and all amateur bands
 (excluding the 60, 30, 17, and 12-meter bands) 
and to learn to operate in abnormal situations 
in less than optimal conditions.
 Field Day is open to all amateurs
 in the areas covered by the ARRL/RAC
 Field Organizations and countries 
within IARU Region