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GPS Clock Workshop a big success!

George N2APB
 

What a great time we had on Saturday, April 6.  Some 14 members gathered at N2APB's home and assembled their GPS Clock Kits in the first-ever TLARC Workshop!  Eight of us got the kit built and working without a flaw, while 3 others had some repairable issues, and 3 others had time-crunch issues in completing theirs.

Those getting Gold Stars on their TLARC Certificates for participating in the Workshop include:  Dave N1ESK, Emily KB1NXN, Barry K8NWB, Brent K4BNN, David KN4LMM, George WB9TFR, Mike KK6OKU, Juan AC6ZM, Randy WK9M, Sam KV4XY, Gary KN4TRV (who just passed his General exam!), Alan K1AT, David KF4DKW and Jim K0RGI.


This has been an incredible accomplishment for all ... Way to go!

See some photos on our web page ... 
http://www.tlarc.org/workshops/Clock/index.html


==>  Lots of other cool news on the TLARC home page ... http://www.tlarc.org/

73, George N2APB

 

Great news! Glad everyone had a good time.

One question....... why wasn't this "workshop" posted on the group website, or here, for those who couldn't attend the last meeting? I am sure more would have attended.

As usual, thanks for putting this on. Hopefully, there will be another session for the ones who couldn't attend.

73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
865-567-1859 (c)
TLARC Member
470ARG

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73,
Michael J. Foley, K4MJF
865-567-1859
Tellico Lake Amateur Radio Club
470 ARG

George N2APB
 

Hi Mike,

Total mea culpa on my side.  I' had been working on getting interest together for 3 months of meetings and thought everyone who was interested has expressed their interest, and that (plus the meeting minutes) would suffice. Not sure how many people read these messages on the list, or even visit the website, but will ramp that up a bit.

We'll have another Workshop soon for others who'd like to make the GPS Clock ... and I'll be sure that you're included!

See you next week at the meeting.

73, George N2APB

Mike Wagner
 

No ones fault, mine actually I was in a hurry. Dave’s daughter said she may work on the old board. If not please let me know when the next workshop is.
Thanks George, it was fun just the same.

Sent from Mike 
All That Motorsports 
2161 Highway 411
Vonore,Tn. 37885
865-408-7433

On Apr 10, 2019, at 5:05 PM, George N2APB via Groups.Io <n2apb@...> wrote:

Hi Mike,

Total mea culpa on my side.  I' had been working on getting interest together for 3 months of meetings and thought everyone who was interested has expressed their interest, and that (plus the meeting minutes) would suffice. Not sure how many people read these messages on the list, or even visit the website, but will ramp that up a bit.

We'll have another Workshop soon for others who'd like to make the GPS Clock ... and I'll be sure that you're included!

See you next week at the meeting.

73, George N2APB

David Andrews
 

Geo,

 

Can you send over a list of the folks who have signed onto the groups.io page? I’m trying to determine who has NOT signed up yet, to ensure they are receiving the club updates, and to encourage them to sign on.

 

Tx, David

 

From: TLARC@groups.io <TLARC@groups.io> On Behalf Of George N2APB
Sent: Monday, April 8, 2019 11:44 PM
To: TLARC@groups.io
Subject: [TLARC] GPS Clock Workshop a big success!

 

What a great time we had on Saturday, April 6.  Some 14 members gathered at N2APB's home and assembled their GPS Clock Kits in the first-ever TLARC Workshop!  Eight of us got the kit built and working without a flaw, while 3 others had some repairable issues, and 3 others had time-crunch issues in completing theirs.

Those getting Gold Stars on their TLARC Certificates for participating in the Workshop include:  Dave N1ESK, Emily KB1NXN, Barry K8NWB, Brent K4BNN, David KN4LMM, George WB9TFR, Mike KK6OKU, Juan AC6ZM, Randy WK9M, Sam KV4XY, Gary KN4TRV (who just passed his General exam!), Alan K1AT, David KF4DKW and Jim K0RGI.


This has been an incredible accomplishment for all ... Way to go!

See some photos on our web page ... 
http://www.tlarc.org/workshops/Clock/index.html

==>  Lots of other cool news on the TLARC home page ... http://www.tlarc.org/

73, George N2APB