Club Sponsored Activities

These activities are attended by multiple members of the club. Generally they are also sponsored by the club but may involve outside orgainzations.

Club members gathered at the home of club President, Eric, to participate in the annual Field Day event. This year two IC-7000 radios were deployed on 20m SSB and 15m CW. For the 20m band a Spiderbeam OCF antenna was used and deployed in an inverted-V format with a 37-foot mast. For 15m a Buddipole

A number of club members met at Kwomais Park for a day of operating. We met in the parking lot at 11am and after reviewing the options of where to set up, we chose a grassy area just to the north side of the parking lot. It is an ideal location as it is a bit out of the main flow of visitors and

Members gathered at the Lounge facility in the Centennial Arena for this years BC QSO Party event. For today's activity we used Bill's Go Kit which comprises of an Icom-7000 radio with a matching LDG tuner. Members took turns making contacts across the 20, 15 and 10 meter bands. Jim even managed a

Once again club members met in the Lounge at Centennial Arena for a group activation. This time it was to participate in the annual RAC Winter Contest. This is a great low key contest that takes place at the end of the year. It attracts hams from across the country and the USA. It is a low pressure

Members met in the Lounge and set up Eric's KX3 go kit radio to participate in the annual contest. Konstatin also set up his Icom 7300 with a vertical whip antenna. Together we were able to operate on two bands. The KX3 was using the OCF antenna permanently installed at the arena on the 15m band

Club members gathered in the front lawn of fellow member Eric to set up for the annual Field Day event. Starting around 10m members began arriving. Ralph immediately began setting up his buddipole for operating on the 15m band. Eric began assembling his 40 foot mast to be used to raise an OCF

Club members gathered at the Centennial Arena lounge to operate in the second annual prairies QSO party. We arrived at the lounge around 10 to operate, We used Ralph's IC-7000 radio for the event. We also set up Hugh's Wolf River vertical antenna and his radio to see if we could get it on the air

Club Members, Jim Wilkins, Ralph Web, Don & Pam Hamilton and Eric Kehler met at Blackie Spit to activate the park in the Parks on the Air Program. This would be the first club activation for the White Rock club in the POTA program. The special feature for today’s activation was the use of Don’s

The quad folded dipole antenna in use by the club was thought to be faulty and so a replacement antenna needed to be installed. The repeater is located at Eric’s home and so on Saturday Feb 11 a few members of the club met at the site to help Eric replace the antenna. Eric had prepared the new cross

Club members gathered at the lounge in Centennial arena for the annual BC QSO Party contest. This is one of the events we regularly participate in as a club as it builds some team work, develops radio skills,  and supports our local ham community. Several members came out for the 9:30 am start of

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