SAN DIEGO SIX SHOOTERS ANNUAL PICNIC

Saturday, September 27, 2014, 11:00 a.m. until ??

Area 'J', Santee Lakes Park, Santee, CA (near Lake Office)

Well, check with Terry (K6TRY-619-447-3237) for food information.

Free-will donations received for park expense.

Free parking on Fanita Parkway (if available) or $5 per car in park.

Easy handicap access adjacent to area 'J' from gate on Fanita Parkway at Lake Canyon St.

FRY'S OPERATING DAY

LOCATION: Fry's Electronics near Aero Drive and I-15 - N.E. Area of Parking Lot

DATE: Saturday, December 13th        TIME: 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

TALK-IN:  SIMPLEX: 146.550 MHz      SIX SHOOTERS 2M REPEATER: 146.910 MHz, (-) Offset, PL 100Hz

We want to put on a good "show" of amateur radio in operation.  We have several clubs already helping us and we need you to come and help greet the public, operate the stations, and give moral support. Younger Hams come on out. You are the future of Ham Radio. Help spread the love!


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Field Day 2013

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Celebrating an amateur radio adventure... 6 meters at a time!


 You are invited to participate in all San Diego Six Shooter events:
1. Three nets each week with our professional Net Control Operators

2. Monthly ARC Meeting with Programs and Special Speakers
3. Points for Participation, Prizes Awarded, Special Events, Etc.
4. Field Day, Christmas Party and Special Projects

NET DAYS, TIME, FREQ. & PL - Plus our Monthly Meeting, Below

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San Diego Six Shooters SSB Net


Net is held on Monday nights at 8:00pm PST on 50.200MHz USB.  Mike, N6IEF, is the net control op for this open forum net.  All are invited to participate!

With today's new HF rigs, 6 Meters is easily available - especially with Single Side Band! Meet up on our Simplex frequency on Monday nights. Horizontal or verticle polarization, any and all are welcome.

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San Diego Six Shooters "Shoot Out"


 On Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm on 53.580MHz, 103.5 PL, the N6LXX repeater system, with Mike, KG6WLS, net control op.  All amateur radio operators are invited to participate.

Net linked to SoCal, Las Vegas, Northern Texas (via the Rosston repeater site) and the greater Houston, TX area (via the Devers repeater site).

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'The Original'

San Diego Six Shooters Net


Friday nights at 8:00pm, 53.580MHz, 103.5 PL, the long-running San Diego Six Shooters Amateur Radio Net on the N6LXX repeater system.

Don, Mike O., Ed and Mike B., rotate weekly for this open forum net. All amateur radio operators welcome.

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San Diego Six Shooters ARC

Monthly Feeding - oops, MEETING!


Meets on the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00pm:

Ranch House Restaurant, 11510 Woodside Ave., Santee, CA, 92072 (map)

Many members arrive early (5-6pm) good parking, good food, and great fellowship. Meeting starts promptly at 7pm and usually lasts til 8pm - or just a little after.  ALL AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS ARE WELCOME.  We hope to see you there!

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Message from Ed, AI6O

2013 Club President

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If you believe IN the efforts of SD Six Shooters, we would love to benefit a little from your charitable giving. Donations are NOW TAX DEDUCTABLE. We have received our 50(c)3 status! :-)

KI6BJN-SIX SHOOTERS 2M REPEATER

Frequency: 146.910/146.310 MHz - PL Tone: 100 Tx/Rx 118.8

Thanks to: WD6APP, WB6DTR, K6RLV and to SANDRA


 SIX SHOOTERS SWAP-NET (2m)

Every Sunday Night at 7pm

Buy - Sell - Trade - Wanted

CODE Practice Sessions

code key 1We will operate Tuesday,Thursday, and Saturday evenings at 7PM until 8PM. The Amateur Radio Club of El Cajon has graciously offered the use of their repeater [147.420/146.475/107.2 pl]. This is an odd offset repeater and anyone needing help setting up their radio to make use of this repeater can call Terry, K6TRY for assistance, 619-447-3237.

75 Ohm Coax???

Most newer hams may not know that 75 ohm coax was in use by hams long before 50 ohm coax was popular. And at one time, the two different types were used interchangeably because the output tanks on the old tube transmitters would load into almost anything with an impedance around 12-150 ohms.

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IRS: Six Shooters Finally Receives 501(c)(3) Status!

sd6shooters old largeI am extremely delighted to tell you that the San Diego Six Shooters ARC has just received the IRS declaration of being a 501(c)(3) tax deductible, tax exempt charitable organization. 

What this means is that SDSSARC is now qualified to receive tax deductible gifts, bequeaths, devises, and transfers under Section 2055, 2106 or 2552 of the Code.

We are a public charity and therefore are able to exercise all rights and activities under this highest charitable classification.  Very few other clubs in America have this status.

After 17 months of chasing this, with the expertise and help of Randy, KJ6JAJ, I feel that my optimism has been vindicated and that we have won this for the benefit of this great club.  I was told we would not get this highest level of charitable status, but there is no quitting, and we pressed ahead. 

Please pass the word that money, equipment, even property can be given to SDSSARC and a tax deductible receipt issued to the donor.

Thanks again to Randy Hamud, ESQ (KJ6JAJ).  I am excited about future of SDSSARC.  See you on the 17th of March, one week from today!

73 and Straight Ahead!

Ed

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