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Androscoggin Amateur Radio Club PO Box 1 Auburn ME 04212
Repeaters: Auburn DStar 443.3, System Fusion 146.61 PL 88.5 Node ID 18483 Room ID 28483, System Fusion Poland 147.315 PL 103.5, System Fusion coming soon in Livermore on 146.895-pl 103.5.
Important Information
A help wanted message from Tim wt1a.
Google map to the work site at Tim wt1a
This is the correct information regarding the location of WT1A.  Google Maps will try to convince you that the house is only about 1.2 miles from Rt. 4 on Sanders Road when, in fact,  you are only about 1/2 way there.  My house is 2.2 miles from Rt. 4 and at the very top of the hill.  The last 700' is my dirt driveway which extends past the end of the town road at the cul de sac.  Don't be afraid, the driveway is completely safe and passable.
Work party is at 9 a.m. Saturday August 11, followed by a barbecue.
Please RSVP to if you plan to attend.
Thanks and 73,
Tim, WT1A

Our breakfast meeting has moved to the dining commons at Bates College. Parking at 136 Central Avenue or any visitor parking lot. Here is a map to help you find it.
I received a letter from the ARRL Foundation announcing Theodore Parker, N1HW from Ripley ME Has been awarded our Scholarship for 2018. Ivan N1OXA

Sign up NOW to volunteer for the Dempsey Challenge September 30!!Dempsey Challenge sign up

Results of Mexico VE Exams  9 May 2018

Five People took exams, going in WITHOUT any license.
All earned tickets
Two Technicians
Two Generals
One Extra

Good job Norm and George

 Thank You for attending the 2018 hamfest and convention.
Watch this page for information about the 2019 event that will be held March 29 and 30 2019.
2019 Hamfest and Convention
22 persons took exams March 31 2018.
12 Tech
6 General
and 4 Extra
According to Ivan n1oxa.
Communications in Hawaii are being backed up by ham radio in Hawaii.

The D-star Repeater on 443.300 as of August 27, 2017 is off the
air and will be moved to another tower in Livermore.
The Poland repeater 147.315, was relocated to another location on White Oak Hill in Poland with the same height or more and 50 watts. 
The Auburn Repeater 146.61 was also taken down and
relocated at Ivans house in Lewiston on Saturday morning Sept. 23 and is now back on the air. The site will have a few modifications and become the permanent home for the repeater.
At the club meeting May second the club decided to abandon the Leeds repeater project. Instead the coordination will be changed to the club presidents new house in Livermore that is on a taller hill than the Leeds location and has internet access that the Leeds site did not have. DStar may also move to this site....stay tuned.

Other Repeater News
The 147.12 Pikes Hill Norway repeater has been tuned up by kq1l and is now linked to the 224.62 repeater on Streaked Mountain. Thank you Dave!!
The student who was awarded the Androscoggin Radio Club Scholarship for 2017-2018 has declined the award. The funds will be held for the next years scholarship award.

Here is a link to a March 1, 2017 Sun Journal article about grow light
interference with ham radio.
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Our next breakfast meeting will be Wednesday August 29, 2018 at 7:30 a.m. at the Commons at Bates college 136 Central Avenue in Lewiston ME. We look forward to seeing you.

System Fusion Net Friday nights at 8 p.m. on the Poland repeater 147.315 pl 103.5

Our next club meeting is scheduled for Wednesday September 5, 2018 at 7 p.m. at Potvin Room of the St. Marys' Medical Associates Building Campus Avenue Lewiston, Maine. Dempsey Challenge volunteer plans will be discussed.

The FCC will no longer send you a copy of your new license when you renew or upgrade unless you ask for it, here is how(pdf).
A new service to connect hams who need help with ham projects with those who can help is here Helping Ham

Not a ham yet? Watch this Ham Radio 101 and others in the series then come to our meetings.

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Club roster

                                                                                                                       Andy Club Officers                                                                                                                          
President: Tim Bubier WT1A
Vice President: Lee Trask w1lwt
Treasurer: Ivan Lazure N1OXA
Secretary: Dick Knight N1NYW
Trustee: Tim Bubier WT1A
News Letter Editor: Harold Hartley N1LLU

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