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BACK TO THE DELTA!
(no, it's not a Credence Clearwater song...)
After some discussion, the TRO Executive Committee decided against going back to Ricardo's. The main issue was whether or not we could get exclusive use of the meeting room instead of the basement. Without easy access for everyone, the basement is out.
The program this month will be something weather related by Steve Piltz, KA9MLL, Meteorologists In Charge at Tulsa NWS. We will also vote on the club’s budget for the year.
Meeting is the usual date and time: 28 MAR at 1900 (7 PM). Come early if you want to eat, or at least to get a good seat!
How to pay? Several ways...
Mail a check to the address at the top of this Bulletin.
Or show up in person at a monthly meeting and pay our Treasurer, Steve Miller, AA5V. This month's meeting is on the 28th at Delta Cafe, 41st & Garnett, 7 PM. Come early to eat, or to just get a good seat!
What if you want to do it the 21st Century way, online? Well, if you have a PayPal account, you can. You sign in to your account, select the Send and Request Money feature, then select Pay for Goods or Services.. The system will ask for an email, use firstname.lastname@example.org. Then once you’ve entered the email, set the amount, add the description, “2017 TRO Membership Dues for < your name & callsign >,” designate the checking account or debit/credit card you wish to use, and submit. Both you and Steve should receive confirmation emails when the payment is processed. If you need additional help, contact me or Steve.
If you haven't yet joined for the first time, please go to the club website and download the membership application form and mail it in with a copy of your license, or bring those with you to a meeting.
To see if you are a current member, you can check the roster at:
Your dues are important to the club, for they help keep the repeaters on the air in good working order!
All the best,
Paul H. Teel
Tulsa County Emergency Coordinator
Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Amateur Radio Operators Needed - Memorial Marathon in Oklahoma City, Sunday 30 APR 2017
Amateur radio operators are needed in all parts of the marathon: at medical stations, water trucks, position vehicles, command post and many more. If a runner or spectator become injured and is in need of emergency medical attention, it could be disastrous trying to call for help on an already overloaded system. Amateur radio would still be reliable for situations like this. To sign up simply go to Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. To make sure that you are taken to the correct sign up page be sure to use the code: PSC17 If you have any questions please contact Mike Rockey, KE5EQC at email@example.com.
American Airlines ARC Meeting @ 0900 Martin East Regional Library, 26th & Garnett
Wagoner Co. Emergency Preparedness Expo @ 0900 Coweta High School, 305th East Ave. & OK 51
NWS Skywarn Storm Spotter Training @ 1100 Sapulpa Public Library, Dewey & Poplar (1 block west of Main)
NWS Skywarn Storm Spotter Training @ 1900 Broken Arrow Public Safety Complex, 6th & Kenosha
BAARC Net @ 2000 146.91 (-) (PL 88.5)
# Tour de Tulsa, Saturday 03 MAY 17 OSU Center for Health Sciences, 17th & Southwest Boulevard
The TARC will provide SAG (Support And Gear) and communication support for this event that features rides of 8 to 97 miles. All routes begin and end at the Health Sciences Center, and most go to the southwest and west, as far as Bristow and Sand Springs. For more information about the event itself, Including maps, check this website: