Final Draft Of OPARC Mission Statement

The next item in the development of OPARC is to establish our mission statement which helps us guide our organization down the path we wish to follow.

Please review the statement and let us know what you think.  Feed back can be given via the website contact form or at the upcoming club meeting.

Orange Park Amateur Radio Club exists to promote the diverse aspects of the amateur radio hobby and service projects throughout Orange Park and surrounding communities. This is achieved through education, encouragement and event opportunities for the individual operator, the organization and the community.

We would like to thank Joe Bassett W1WCN who helped us in the creation of our mission statement.

Orange Park Amateur Radio Club & Town of Orange Park Farmer’s and Art’s Market 01/27/2013

The Orange Park Amateur Radio Club, Clay County Amateur Radio Emergency Service  and KB4SA Ham Radio Boy Scout Organization will be onsite Sunday 01/27/2013 from 11AM to 5PM for their 1st quarterly public event.  Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come out and  enjoy the market and check out the station at the event.

If you want to help out when you arrive let us know, we always need people to answer questions.  We will have a Buckmaster OCF 7 band, 2 meter antenna and HF Digital  on site.

Address is:
Town Hall building
2042 Park Ave
Orange Park, Florida

http://www.townoforangepark.com/economic-community-development/farmers-arts-market.aspx

AMSAT President giving presentation at NOFARS 02/14/2012

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Barry Baines, WD4ASW, the President of AMSAT will be

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doing a presentation at the February 14th NOFARS meeting.

The meeting starts @ 7:30PM.

The meeting will be held at
Ed White High School
1700 Old Middleburg Road

Near interstate 295 and Normandy Blvd.

To learn more about AMSAT goto http://www.amsat.org/

January 5, 2012 – Fox Hunt / ARDF

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January 5th Fox Hunt is at OP High School after the OPARC Breakfast.

We will make antennas which will be 14.00 for the kit. I believe there are 8 kits available right now.  Everyone that wants to participate needs to bring a handheld radio.  We will have 5 – 6 attenuators  so we will need to share.