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Equipment for sale

Hi Jerry,

Sorry I am late getting this list to you. I had trouble with my
computer. I am 84 and had a stroke, so I have a hard time with my
I have some attachments of equipment. If you could get some
fellows from the club to come and help take down the antennas on
the roof and take the equipment, I sure would appreciate it.
I have not set prices because I am not sure. I will leave it to the
buyer to give a fair price or you might be able to price it.
Paul Anderson, N4BHO

Model 238 Antenna Tuner TEN-TEC
OMNI VI Plus Model 564 TEN-TEC
Switching Power Supply MJF
CDE Tailtwister direction control
Dentron Transmitter JR. Monitor Antenna Match
Antenna Tunning Meter
AT-200Pro MemoryTuner 5250 watts and 1606 Meters
RIGrunner 4012
ODER NO.242 hy-gain electronics antenna for 20-15-10 meters
HEIL earphones
TEN-TEC- power supply
Glen Martin Engineering-RT-936 Aluminum Roof Tower
Glen Martin Engineering -TB-25 Ball Thrust Bearing-&Leg Bolts
MFJ RF Window Feed Through MFJ-4602
TWO MFJ clear tone speaker Model MFJ-281
One speaker/microphone MH-57
ONE Bencher Paddle

Paul E. Anderson, Sr. N4BHO
Ph. #615-746-9424
C: 615-979-6068

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Please join us tomorrow for the monthly breakfast at Ryan’s, 2151
Gallatin Pike at 8:00 a.m. Immediately following the breakfast we will
be preparing the clubhouse for Field Day. Your help will make it so
much easier for all of us as we prepare for another great Field Day.
See you there!

Thanks and 73,
Jerry Hedgcoth

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Keith Miller Honorary Membership

Keith Miller honorary membership

Ed Nutter KE4JWS presented Keith Miller N9DGK with an honorary NARC membership during the February 1st club breakfast.

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Ham Radio Menace

A video by Paul NA4ZI. Also check out his other videos.

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Veterans Day

As we enjoy this beautiful fall day, let’s all remember the Veterans. We’re very lucky in this country to have the freedoms we sometimes take for granted like the freedom to gather and enjoy the Amateur Radio hobby. Like the song says “freedom don’t come free”. We have many NARC members who have served in all branches of the military. To them and to all the veterans and the men and women who are serving today THANK YOU!!

Even though those words don’t seem hardly enough, please remember to say them as often as you can, not just today but, every opportunity you have.

– Martha KJ4RIQ

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