Novice Radio Club, April 10, 2018

The new Novice Radio Club will meet on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 7pm at LnR Precision Factory, 1954 N Fayetteville St, Asheboro. This month they plan to talk about Fox Hunts and Fox Transmitters, their Kits, how to, antennas, and etc...

March 27, 2018 Meeting

6pm. We will be eating at P&J's Diner on 2125 N Fayetteville St, Asheboro, NC 27203.

7pm. Kenneth Powell, KG4LLQ, will present on the true history of the modern-day Transceiver. Including why it was developed, which one was first, which one was the first transceiver kit, and why the first one wasn't a true transceiver! He will bring his Heathkit HW-16 "transceiver" for a "show n tell" and discuss the chart below (click to download). Meeting will be held at LnR Precision Factory, 1954 N Fayetteville St, Asheboro.

February 27, 2018 Meeting

6pm. We will be eating at America's Roadhouse Express on 2361 N Fayetteville Street.

7pm. The February meeting will see Roger Stout, N4RWS, offer a continuation of the January meeting by going into depth about baluns and antennas. He will be bring in materials he has collected over the years on these topics. We should go away with an understanding of how to make a balun and why to use one.

January 23, 2018 Club Meeting

Our program, "Antenna Basic's and Building" will be presented by Robert Naumann from DX Engineering via Skype. We will meet in the room located downstairs on the left at the Asheboro Public Library on Worth Street.

The 6pm Meetup Meal will be at Burrito Brothers Mexican Restaurant, 1019 N Fayetteville St, Asheboro.

December 26, 2017 Christmas Social

Wishing everyone a happy and safe holiday season!

 NC4ZO Randolph Amateur Radio Club
Special Event for the 45th Anniversary of the Fall Festival in Asheboro, NC
October 7, 2017

Please send your QSL card to:

Tim Scott, KM4WII
731 Willowood Drive
Randleman, NC 27317

SASE required. Requests without SASE will not be honored. Thanks to all that participated!

Background From the Fall Festival Website

Produced by the Randolph Arts Guild, the Asheboro Fall Festival is a combination of street fair, bazaar, harvest celebration, and homecoming.  Held in downtown Asheboro during the first full Saturday and Sunday in October of each year.

The event boasts over 400 vendors, music, amusements, livestock show, heritage village, and much more!  This year, come out and enjoy a free concert in the park for our Kick Off Concert on Friday!  Starts at 7 pm, with family entertainment and more!