UPCOMING EVENTS and RECENT NEWS!
Alford Memorial Radio Club February Meeting, February 12, 2015
We will hold the meeting at the Annistown Road Baptist Church beginning at 7:30PM.
Join us for a BBQ Dinner before the meeting at Shane's Rib Shack on Annistown Road near the Super Wal-Mart between 5:30 and 6:00PM.
The reflector has been down, it appears, ever since the website was moved to its new hosting company. We are
in the process of rebuilding the Hams TOTR-Email Reflector, but everyone is going to have to resubmit a request to join the list.
All previous information has been lost.
Please submit your request via the link in the left pane entitled "TOTR-Email Reflector."
We hope you will join us in our efforts to re-establish the TOTR-Email Reflector.
Karl Phillips, K4GZZ - Outgoing Vice President
At the January meeting Karl Phillips, K4GZZ, was recognized for his service to the Alford Memorial Radio Club as
Vice President for the past three years. Karl has previously served as President (2007 & 2008) and Vice President (2005 & 2006) of the club.
Thank you Karl for your many years of service to the Alford Memorial Radio Club.
2014 HAM OF THE YEAR
Elliott Fried - KJ4CQJ
The Alford Memorial Radio Club Ham of the Year award was presented to Elliott Fried, KJ4CQJ, at the December Christmas Party.
Elliott's dedication to the club and his willingness to step up and take on any task, most of the time without even being asked, is
what sets him apart from his peers. Elliott is always there, right in the middle, helping out at all club functions and is a great asset
to the Alford Memorial Radio Club. Congratulations Elliott for an award well deserved!
Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society TECHFEST, January 10, 2015
TECHFEST was held at the Gwinnett Medical Resource Center in Lawrenceville and as always it was a great success.
If you missed it, you missed a good one. But never fear it will be held again next year in January of 2016.
2015 Stone Mountain Hamfest, November 7 & 8, 2015
The Alford Memorial Radio Club Hamfest 2014 has come and gone! It was a great success and we are now
looking forward to next year's Hamfest.
The club wishes to extend its thanks to the many volunteers from both the Alford Memorial Radio Club
and the Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society for their help in making this such a great Hamfest.