Sunday, December 6, 2015

Club Christmas Party - Thur, December 10

When: Thursday, December 10 at 5:00pm 

Where: American Legion Post 11 Sullivan Wallen Green Bay (1708 N Irwin Ave, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302)
 
This a dish to pass event. Doors open at 5PM Dinner will be a little after 6PM. Open to all Ham Operators and their families. Please send an email and copy to all members what you are bringing so we get an idea of what else can be brought. Soft drinks will be provided. There will be a white elephant exchange.. so if you have one ... bring it..

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Jamboree On The Air Oct 17th

The Hamcram / VE testing last weekend went well with all persons taking the class and test passing.
The Christmas party is to be held the second Thursday of December at the American Legion Post . 1708 N Irwin Ave.

A DMR Repeater is active in the area (442.83125) ... and you can see  the prices of the radios are going down on EBay (CS700)..

The ARRL is raising the dues $10..

The last winner of the last  Fox Hunt was Keith KS9WI ​--

Meetings are now being held in the Tower Room, Rm 4095, in the G-M Science Center.. Easy entrance: on the church side of the building.  Go up Reid street to the end, turn right around the building and pull into the parking area on  the right..

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Paul, KB9IKN SK

Paul K. Schneider, age 71, of Green Bay, passed away Monday, June 15, 2015 at home, surrounded by his family. He was born July 30, 1943 in Egg Harbor, WI, son of the late Lloyd and Gertrude (Le Mere) Schneider.

Paul married Sharon Lumaye, May 16, 1964 and together they shared 51 loving years of marriage. He worked for the Village of Allouez as a mechanic for 30 years, retiring in 2001. Paul was also a volunteer firefighter for Village of Allouez. He was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed many hobbies.

Paul is survived by his wife, Sharon; children, Steven and Michelle Schneider; sister, Theresa Davis; brother, Lyn Schneider; sisters-in-law: Carol Smith, Bonnie (Kerry) Jenquin, Jackie (Stanley) Lanser and Cindy (Dennis) Ensley.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Bruce (Helen) Schneider; his mother and father-in-law, Harry and Vallie Lumaye and brothers-in-law, Robert Davis and John Smith.

Friends and relatives may call at the NEWCOMER FUNERAL HOME, (340 S. Monroe Avenue, Green Bay), Monday, June 22, 2015 from 3 to 5:45 PM. A memorial service will follow at 6 PM.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, https://secure.qgiv.com/for/pulfibfou, in Paul’s name are appreciated.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to the nursing staff at Unity Hospice, especially Molly, Brenda and Jennifer.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

More Upcoming Activities

Thursday, July 9th is our Mike and Key Club meeting night. 7 PM, first floor of the G-M Science Center (St. Norbert College), Room 1095.  You can park and enter on the South side of the science building (near the chapel)

There will be a foxhunt Sunday July 12th.  7pm, 147.555 MHz

The club picnic will be Saturday, August 22 at Willow Creek Park, 1800 Guns Street in Bellevue. Shelter, electricity, bathrooms and playground equipment will be available. Please bring a dish to pass.  More information on times and food will be available soon.

The picnic location has changed.  The village called and has a big sports event going on that they didn't know about.  They offered Josten South, off of Daly Dr.  The easiest way to get here is taking Landmark Blvd by Costco as Lime Kiln is closed near Monroe.  Then take Lime Kiln to Daly, take Daly all the way to the end and turn left.  Drive a block and you should see it.

There will be a HamCram and VE test session October 3rd.  It runs 9am-3pm and will be held in the Gehl-Mulva Science Center.

August 8th the club will be operating a special event lighthouse station from 9am-1pm.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Field Day 2015

If you haven't been to Field Day 2015 yet you still can participate.  It's at the Elks Lodge property at 3195 S Ridge Rd.









Mayor Schmidt stopped by yesterday to present the club a Certificate of Appreciation.

Press coverage included a visit from WLUK TV-11 and a blurb in the Green Bay Press Gazette.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Upcoming activities

MS Walk, Saturday April 19th starting at 9 AM at West De Pere High School.  About 4 radio operators needed.  Contact Bob, KB8ZXE.

April 19th Oshkosh Marathon -  Interested operators should sign up online at http://ecwec.org/register/ and click on the Oshkosh Marathon 2015 link.

The March of Dimes walk is ​April 25th starting at Ashwaubomay Park at 9AM

The Brat Barn dates are May 3rd, and June 14th at Festival Foods in De Pere.  Contact, Keith KS9WI if you can help.

There will be a VE Testing at SNC on Thursday 5/14.... 5PM.... before the May meeting.  Also a Ham Cram, study and VE testing session to be held May 30th and St. Norberts (link to needed study guide)  Testing to follow about 3PM.



Demonstration for the Boy Scout leaders at the National Railroad Museum is on May 14th  6 to 9, contact Shane, KA8QZH is you can help.

Field Day (June 27-28) will again be held on the Elks Lodge property at 3195 S Ridge Rd.

A discussion about a special event station to commemorate our 75th year to be possibly held in May ensued.

The Brown County ARES net will resume starting in May.  It is held Sunday nights at 8pm, on 147.120.  And of course the Green Bay Area 2-Meter net is held each Tuesday night, starting at 8:45pm, also on 147.120.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Green Bay Mike & Key Club - 75 years old

For anyone who hasn't heard, the Mike & Key club celebrates 75 years this year.  Steve, KB9MWR is working on documenting the area ham radio history. You can view a draft here:
http://www.qsl.net/kb9mwr/files/ham/history/history.html

Your contributions are welcome and appreciated, as it is a collective effort to retrace the past.

Saturday March 14th will be the annual banquet.  Please get your nominations for ham of the year to John, W0LFE before that.  The banquet will be held at the Woods.  Since it's our 75th year, please help spread the word to some of the older members who might not be as active, as it would be nice to see them at the banquet.  The club (like last year) will pick up part of the cost for the meal for members.  So the cost will be $5.00 for members and $14.00 for non-members.  Please RSVP to Pat, WA9RFT.