*** Saturday Breakfasts and Club Meetings cancelled until further notice ***
A Singular Tour of the Ensor Home
- Written by Peg Nichols - KD0VQO
"Marshall made this." Loretta Ensor lightly touched the table top before moving on to the next piece of furniture, a smaller, double-tiered chairside table. "And Marshall made this . . . " Marshall, his sister Loretta explained, had set himself the goal of making something out of every kind of wood he could possibly obtain. The wood of the common Osage Orange, she added, had been stubbornly difficult.
In the early 1960s my parents had transitioned from Southern California to Grandview, Mo. My mother, Margaret Yancey, formerly W6VQO, favored Hallicrafters equipment. In the picture above, at least one of the transceivers visible in the ham shack was a Hallicrafters. Maybe both of them.
Amid the Crisis, Hams Continue to be "radio active"
- Written by Rick Nichols
Amid the crisis, hams continue to be "radio active"
So when you're near me
Darling, can't you hear me
The love you gave me
Nothing else can save me
- from ABBA's 1975 song "SOS"
While amateur radio operators may not be able to help you rescue that romance you've been trying to revive, they are good at long-distance relationships, especially when "social distancing"
Presidents Corner March 2020
- Written by Jeff Darby - KS0JD
It is now spring but it is a much different spring then we have ever had. I am sorry to say due to the ongoing issues with the corona virus the club has suspended our Saturday morning breakfast as well as our monthly meeting until the pandemic ends.
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