This Week in Traverse Area Radio.
Monday TBARG Net at 8:00 pm is On-The-Air. Please join us Monday evening.
The Monday Evening Social Hour Net will follow TBARG Net as usual, at approximately 8:15 pm. Both Nets are on the W8TCM repeater in Traverse City. 146.860 mHz (-) with PL 114.8Hz and on Echolink, W8TCM-R.
Tuesday Project Night – Meet at Salvation Army Radio Room 7:30 pm. All members welcome to attend. Activities TBD, or just casually visit. Please Note New Time – 7:30pm
Sunday is our best day! As we conclude the week past and welcome the week ahead with the SMASH net on Sunday morning. Join in the conversation on 80 Meters, 3.935 MHz. The Sunday Morning Amateur Social Hour net has operated consistently for decades and is frequented by regulars and new folks from the East, Midwest and Canada. Grab a cup of coffee, tune your radio to 3.935 mHz, check-in and say hello.
Feel free to invite hams or non-hams that you think would be interested. All are welcome!
A Note regarding Meeting Time
All Meeting Times Now 7:30
The Salvation Army Traverse City has been an extremely generous organization with their allowance of the Cherryland ARC to use their resources and facilities on a more-than-weekly basis for several years. In turn, the Cherryland ARC has been a sustaining supporter of the organization and continues to do so.
The Salvation Army’s slogan is “Doing the Most Good.” Their resources and facilities exist first and foremost to accomplish their mission of service to others.
One of these services is engaging with active community groups, which often involves the use of their facility and other resources. The new schedule changes (as of the new school year) require us to alter the Cherryland ARC gathering times slightly, so that they do not cause overlap and potentially interfere with ongoing activities as the SA-TC provides service to other groups in the community.
Adjustment of the Cherryland ARC meeting times to 7:30pm will ensure that other groups receiving services will receive the full focus of the Salvation Army and not be distracted by the logistics of resource management.
We support the Salvation Army and we thank you as Club Members and Supports for your understanding and continued support.