Archive for January, 2011

2011 SEVERE WEATHER CONFERENCE, Amarillo

Amarillo Civic Center March 19, 2011

Booths: 9AM-12:30PM

General Session: 12:30PM-4PM

Spotter Training: 4:30PM-6:30PM


Upcoming Hamfests–West Gulf Division

01/14/2011  Cowtown Hamfest

Location: Fort Worth, TX
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Lockheed Martin Amateur Radio Club
Website: http://www.cowtownhamfest.org

01/22/2011  San Antonio Amateur Radio Fiesta

Location: Schertz, TX
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: San Antonio Radio Club
Website: http://w5sc.org

02/05/2011  Ada Hamfest

Location: Ada, OK
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Ada Amateur Radio Club

02/12/2011  Williamson County Amateur Radio Club

Location: Georgetown, TX
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Williamson County Amateur Radio Club
Website: http://www.wcarc.com

03/05/2011  West Central Oklahoma Amateur Radio Club

Location: Elk City, OK
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: West Central Oklahoma Amateur Radio Club

03/05/2011  South Texas Section Convention (Greater Houston Hamfest)

Location:  Rosenberg, TX
Type:  ARRL Convention
Sponsor:  Brazos Valley Amateur Radio club
Website:  http://www.houstonhamfest.org

03/11/2011  Oklahoma Section Convention (Green Country Hamfest)

Location:  Claremore, OK
Type:  ARRL Convention
Sponsor:  Green Country Hamfest, Inc.
Website:  http://www.greencountryhamfest.org

03/12/2011  Ninth Annual IARC Hamfest

Location:  Irving, TX
Type:  ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor:  Irving Amateur Radio Club
Website:  http://www.irvingarc.org/iarchamfest.html

03/19/2011  West Texas Section Convention (56th Annual St Patrick’s Day Hamfest)

Location:  Midland, TX
Type:  ARRL Convention
Sponsor:  Midland Amateur Radio club
Website:  http://www.hamfest.w5qgg.org

04/02/2011 HamEXPO

Location:  Belton, TX
Type:  ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor:  Temple Amateur Radio Club
Website:  http://www.beltonhamexpo.org/

via: JANUARY WEST GULF DIVISION NEWSLETTER


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