This ARRL affiliated club was founded in 1916 and incorporated in 1919. Membership is open to all licensed amateur radio operators in good standing and anyone who is interested in amateur radio and would like to get a license.
From the Club President, Tony, K6BV on the Mark Nowell Memorial
Several members and I attended the memorial for Mark Nowell (WI7YN) (SK). The service was held at the Joaquin Miller Park in Oakland on Saturday the 1st. What might have been an event of sadness was instead a gathering of love and respect, for that was the kind of man he was. Throughout the memorial we heard stories of his life in and away from HRO. They painted a picture of a man we already knew to be selfless, caring, intelligent and at ease with himself. Mark lived to help others. I for one am not embarrassed to shed a tear at his passing. I will miss you Mark. 73 … _._
The Club By-laws are going though an amendment procedure. Please look over the proposed revisions by downloading the pdf here. Club members can vote on these changes at the March meeting.
As of February 2014, the president's monthly message is only available for viewing in the Club's newsletter. You can download the newsletter via the NEWSLETTERS link.
The start time of our club's monthly general meeting is now 7:30pm.
It is now time to think about renewing your membership. The 2014 form is now available on line. Just click the membership link. Print it, fill it out, and turn it in with your check. Detailed instructions are on the form.
Thanks to Wassim for this idea; the club now has a polling page that you can respond to an amateur radio related survey that has been updated with a new poll question as well as the original when this feature was first initiated. Just click the TAKE A POLL link.
Check out both sides of our new QSL card designed by Tony K6BV
An opening is still available for the Monday night net rotation. If interested in being part of the net control rotation contact Dave, WA6UHA at email@example.com.