The February 2019 issue of the Allen County HamNews is now available

HamNewsIcon 2019 02The February 2019 Issue of the Allen County HamNews newsletter is now available for download using the link below.  This and previous issues are also available for download by clicking the "Files" link in the main menu and then clicking "Newsletters."

February 2019 issue of the Allen County HamNews

The February 2019 issue of the Allen County HamNews in PDF format.

Date 2019-02-01 Filesize 1.71 MB Download 217

2018 Christmas banquet photos available

FWRC 2018 Christmas banquet

Al Burke, WB9SSE has uploaded photos from this month's Christmas banquet to this website's photo gallery.

October 2018 minutes

Minutes of the October, 2018 FWRC general meeting are available:

October, 2018 general meeting minutes
Date 2018-11-22 Filesize 108.24 KB Download 190

2018 FW Hamfest photos available

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Photos of the 2018 Fort Wayne Hamfext and ARRL Central Division Convention area now available in the photo gallery of this website, thanks to photographers Al Burke, Steve Nardin and Tom Rupp

October fox gets lost enroute to lair

october 2018 fox hunt

The October foxhunt occurred on a cool, foggy, rain threatening fall day, that being 7 October 2018. We were back up to the usual foxhunt team strength of three. Team one consisted of Charles Ward, KC9MUT and Fred Gengnagel, KC9EZP. Team two included Steve and Linda Nardin, W9’s SAN & LAN. Team three was composed of Don Glick, K9LI, his wife Julie and her father Ed.

Jim Pliett, K9OMA, Carole Burke, WB9RUS and Al Burke, WB9SSE served as the fox for this outing.  They had previously scouted out a publicly accessible hide location in the Cedar Creek area north of the city that they had concluded was a suitably evil spot, and had gone to some lengths fabricating a fairly clever camouflage scheme to hide the microfox. Much to their horror, when they arrived at the site around 13:00, they found that access to the site had been barred by virtue of a padlock.  Panic ensued. They started driving around aimlessly looking for a spot to stop, got thoroughly lost, and finally wound up at the corner of Lanyard Lane and Cable Trail, just north of East Cedar Canyons Rd. and east of Coldwater. 

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