February 14, 2022
CQ Tuesday Feb. 15th
committees have been on the move. Dates
are being filled in and planning is ongoing.
Your participation is needed for these to be a
success.. as they have in the past.
Nominations for Ham of the year deadline.
Scout Radio Merit Badge
Daylight Savings begins..
Wisconsin QSO Party
Awards Banquet (the Woods)
Brat Barn De Pere
Brat Barn De Pere
Brat Barn GB East (if needed)
25-26 –Field Day *
We have been asked to help with the Radio Merit Badge. The Scouts
need to have a 10 minute contact via radio and that is where we come in. Please
plan on being available on March 12th. More information on Freq. and
submitting the name and call sign of the person, you must indicate what they
did to earn the nomination.
nomination to Nathan Parks, KB9MVU@gmail.com. Be sure to put your call sign on
there to verify your membership.
REMINDER: Our Treasurer is collecting your dues for the coming year. Send via PayPal (can be found on the www.K9EAM.org Website.. On the right side of the page. “Membership form/Dues”) OR send a check to:Green Bay Mike & Key Club, P.O.Box 13351, Green Bay, WI 54307- If you have not paid dues prior to 2020, you have been expunged from the list.. Send in this year’s dues to get back on..
Have you tried out the new and improved 147.360 repeater?
Have you made any Ham
Radio instructional videos? We could put in a link to it in the next
Notice the club logo -- in color! No, It was not me, but talented member of the club that did that..
Short note – The Club“Shack” at St. Norbert College will be open for the Wisconsin QSO Party. They will be using the Club Callsign.
When filling out your log sheet, be sure to include everyone that was operating, not just the operator whose call you used.. that way if your station gets an award, everyone that worked it, will be eligible.
· China has built a giant radio antenna that uses five times the area of New York City. It will be used to communicate with submarines. The Wireless Electromagnetic Method (WEM) project took 13 years and will emit extremely low-frequency radio waves (ELF waves).
That’s it for this email…
A radio operator in
Lower Michigan would always end his transmission with: “There are no bad days,
just that some days are better than others”