Here is the latest issue of Out and About in VK5.
Enjoy the read.
Please send me any information you would like to see in the next issue.
Best 73 all,
The AHARS March 2016 on-line Newsletter is now on this website.
There are 13 pages of gripping excitement therein.
Any ideas on the identity of this ‘mystery’ ham ?
Drop me an email to……
VK5 QSL MANAGER
AREG will be taking over this job.
A few final details need to be set, such as postal and email addresses.
All should be ready to go by early March.
Contact me or Paul (VK5PAS) if you need information urgently.
Stephan VK5RZ has resigned from the position due to commitments he has with study. Stephan has admirably performed this role for a number of years and is to be commended.
QSL cards come in to the VK5 QSL Manager from the WIA National QSL Bureau around every 3 months and they require some sorting and then forwarding out to the various VK5 clubs.
All costs incurred by the QSL Manager are reimbursed by the WIA.
I regularly hear complaints that the Bureau system is slow. This is largely due to a lack of VOLUNTEERS. This is YOUR opportunity of volunteering some of your time, and assisting the wider amateur radio community.
I received 3 correct answers to the previous ‘mystery ham’ item.
It was indeed…….
The correct answers came from….
What about this gentleman below? Any ideas?
If you do know who the ‘mystery ham’ is, please drop me an email to….
In around 1-2 weeks time I will release the identity of this fine gentleman.
I have just put together a Facebook site for the Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society (AHARS). It can be found at……