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Consider joining your clubmates for these upcoming activities ...

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Date Activity Details
November
20th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
November
21st
NFARL Club Meeting There will not be a November club meeting.  HamJam takes the place of our November meeting.
November 22nd Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
November
23rd
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

November
27th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
November 29th Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
November
30th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

December
4th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
December
6th
Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
December
7th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

December
9th
VE Test
Session
Ian KM4IK and his team hold test sessions on the second Saturday of each month.

Test sessions take place regardless of other activities taking place on a test day.

Drop Ian KM4IK an email at km4ik@nfarl.org to participate as a volunteer examiner, or for more information.

Additionally, all amateur license candidates are required to bring the following to the exam session:

  • A government-issued photo ID (driver's license, passport, military ID, etc)  Note – Non-driving minors, or adults without a photo ID, may provide any two of the following in lieu of the above-mentioned photo IDs, if they don't have one:
    • Non-photo state ID card
    • Birth certificate
    • Social security card
    • Library card
    • School ID
    • Report card
    • Minor's work permit
    • Parent may come with minor and show ID
      • For adults without photo ID – utllity bill, bank statement, or other business correspondence that specifically names the candidate
      • For adults without photo ID – a postmarked envelope addressed to the candidate at his/her current mailing address, as it will appear on the Form 605
  • Social security number or Federal Registration Number (FRN) – FRNs are preferred and may be obtained by registering on the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls
  • $15 exam fee – cash only
  • Pen and pencil
  • Calculator, if desired. All memories must be cleared.
  • If testing for an upgrade, you must bring a copy of a current license or CSCE with you to the exam session. We do not have the ability to look up, download, and print licenses at the test site.
    If you were first licensed after 17 February 2015 and don't have a paper license, an official one may be printed from the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls.

All needed forms will be supplied by the exam teams - it will not be necessary to bring an FCC form 605.

Arrive at the exam site at least 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to start. This will allow time to complete test-related paperwork.

Special arrangements may be made for special testing cases.

Please keep in mind that the exam team members are volunteers and are donating their time to help you obtain your license. They make every effort to be professional and efficient in the exam process, but they ARE volunteers. We are blessed with more frequent test sessions here in Atlanta than probably anywhere else in the country, so a lot of folks are putting in their time. We enjoy doing it, but an occasional "thanks" makes it that much more enjoyable.

We look forward to seeing you at the test sessions!

December
11th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
December
12th
North Fulton Ares Meeting NFARES meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00PM. The location is Fellowship Bible Church, 480 West Crossville Road, Roswell, room 203.

Check with Grant KK4PCR, Mike AD4MC, Mike K4LJG, or Wayne KG5WU for this month's details.

NFARES events are also shown on the NFARES calendar at https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/nfares and on the NFARES web site at www.nfares.org.

December 13th Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
December
14th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

December
16th
NFARL
Holiday
Party
Holiday Party Tree
Holiday Party Tree
Our 2017 Holiday Party will take place on Saturday, December 16th from 6:00 - 9:00 PM. Dinner will be served at 6:30 PM.

Click here to make dinner reservations.

The party will be held at the Alpharetta Adult Activity Center at North Park, 13450 Cogburn Road in Alpharetta, site of our monthly meetings.

  • Dress is holiday casual.
  • Seating is limited to 70 people.
  • We encourage everyone to bring a gift for a youngster who is spending the holidays at Children's Hospital. Donations in lieu of a gift are also welcome. Club volunteers will deliver the gifts to the children, and you are welcome to join the delivery team!
    Wrapping is not a requirement. If you choose to wrap your gift, please tag the outside with "boy" or "girl" and appropriate age group.
  • Dinner reservations will be on sale in the Mart until 6:00PM on Sunday, December 10th or until all seats are sold, whichever comes sooner. Reservations will not be available at the door.

The dinner menu includes antipasto salad, chicken parmesan, veal parmesan, cheese lasagna, garlic knots, broccoli, creamed spinach, cheese cake and cannolis. Soft drinks, sweet iced tea and unsweet iced tea will be provided.

Cost is $25 per person for adults and $10 per person for youth (younger than age 12).

December
18th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
December
19th
NFARL Club Meeting There will not be a December club meeting.  Our club Holiday Party (see December 16th) takes the place of our December meeting.
December 20th Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
December
21st
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

December
25th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
December 27th Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
December
28th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

January
1st
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
January
3rd
Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
January
4th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

January
8th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
January
10th
Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
January
11th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

January
13th
VE Test
Session
Ian KM4IK and his team hold test sessions on the second Saturday of each month.

Test sessions take place regardless of other activities taking place on a test day.

Drop Ian KM4IK an email at km4ik@nfarl.org to participate as a volunteer examiner, or for more information.

Additionally, all amateur license candidates are required to bring the following to the exam session:

  • A government-issued photo ID (driver's license, passport, military ID, etc)  Note – Non-driving minors, or adults without a photo ID, may provide any two of the following in lieu of the above-mentioned photo IDs, if they don't have one:
    • Non-photo state ID card
    • Birth certificate
    • Social security card
    • Library card
    • School ID
    • Report card
    • Minor's work permit
    • Parent may come with minor and show ID
      • For adults without photo ID – utllity bill, bank statement, or other business correspondence that specifically names the candidate
      • For adults without photo ID – a postmarked envelope addressed to the candidate at his/her current mailing address, as it will appear on the Form 605
  • Social security number or Federal Registration Number (FRN) – FRNs are preferred and may be obtained by registering on the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls
  • $15 exam fee – cash only
  • Pen and pencil
  • Calculator, if desired. All memories must be cleared.
  • If testing for an upgrade, you must bring a copy of a current license or CSCE with you to the exam session. We do not have the ability to look up, download, and print licenses at the test site.
    If you were first licensed after 17 February 2015 and don't have a paper license, an official one may be printed from the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls.

All needed forms will be supplied by the exam teams - it will not be necessary to bring an FCC form 605.

Arrive at the exam site at least 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to start. This will allow time to complete test-related paperwork.

Special arrangements may be made for special testing cases.

Please keep in mind that the exam team members are volunteers and are donating their time to help you obtain your license. They make every effort to be professional and efficient in the exam process, but they ARE volunteers. We are blessed with more frequent test sessions here in Atlanta than probably anywhere else in the country, so a lot of folks are putting in their time. We enjoy doing it, but an occasional "thanks" makes it that much more enjoyable.

We look forward to seeing you at the test sessions!

January
15th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
January
17th
Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
January
18th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

January
22nd
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
January
24th
Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
January
25th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

January
29th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
January
31st
Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
February
1st
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

February
5th
TechTalk This net meets every Monday evening at 8:30PM local time on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.

The purpose of this net is to provide a forum for an open Q & A technical discussion of all Ham Radio related topics. Pose your questions on the net (or send them to Jim at w4qo@nfarl.org beforehand) and others on the net will strive to answer them. Participants use Google and a chat room during the net to search for information related to topics being discussed, document findings, and send URL links back and forth.  more...
February
7th
Hungry Hams Club members meet for lunch on Wednesdays at Slopes BBQ in Roswell at 11:15AM.  We call it Hungry Hams.  Join us -- Hungry Hams is a great way to get to know our members and learn about ham radio.

Click here to see a map of Slopes' location.
February
8th
YL Net The YL Net meets every Thursday evening at 8:00PM on the 145.47 (-) PL 100.0Hz machine.  Click here for details on logging into the net.

Following the YL Net, at 9:00PM YLs may join the YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) 20m net on 14.288MHz. 

The purpose of the YL net is to encourage YL participation in ham radio both locally and on HF.  It is also a way we can get together on the radio waves, get to know each other and have some fun!

February
10th
VE Test
Session
Ian KM4IK and his team hold test sessions on the second Saturday of each month.

Test sessions take place regardless of other activities taking place on a test day.

Drop Ian KM4IK an email at km4ik@nfarl.org to participate as a volunteer examiner, or for more information.

Additionally, all amateur license candidates are required to bring the following to the exam session:

  • A government-issued photo ID (driver's license, passport, military ID, etc)  Note – Non-driving minors, or adults without a photo ID, may provide any two of the following in lieu of the above-mentioned photo IDs, if they don't have one:
    • Non-photo state ID card
    • Birth certificate
    • Social security card
    • Library card
    • School ID
    • Report card
    • Minor's work permit
    • Parent may come with minor and show ID
      • For adults without photo ID – utllity bill, bank statement, or other business correspondence that specifically names the candidate
      • For adults without photo ID – a postmarked envelope addressed to the candidate at his/her current mailing address, as it will appear on the Form 605
  • Social security number or Federal Registration Number (FRN) – FRNs are preferred and may be obtained by registering on the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls
  • $15 exam fee – cash only
  • Pen and pencil
  • Calculator, if desired. All memories must be cleared.
  • If testing for an upgrade, you must bring a copy of a current license or CSCE with you to the exam session. We do not have the ability to look up, download, and print licenses at the test site.
    If you were first licensed after 17 February 2015 and don't have a paper license, an official one may be printed from the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls.

All needed forms will be supplied by the exam teams - it will not be necessary to bring an FCC form 605.

Arrive at the exam site at least 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to start. This will allow time to complete test-related paperwork.

Special arrangements may be made for special testing cases.

Please keep in mind that the exam team members are volunteers and are donating their time to help you obtain your license. They make every effort to be professional and efficient in the exam process, but they ARE volunteers. We are blessed with more frequent test sessions here in Atlanta than probably anywhere else in the country, so a lot of folks are putting in their time. We enjoy doing it, but an occasional "thanks" makes it that much more enjoyable.

We look forward to seeing you at the test sessions!

March
10th
VE Test
Session
Ian KM4IK and his team hold test sessions on the second Saturday of each month.

Test sessions take place regardless of other activities taking place on a test day.

Drop Ian KM4IK an email at km4ik@nfarl.org to participate as a volunteer examiner, or for more information.

Additionally, all amateur license candidates are required to bring the following to the exam session:

  • A government-issued photo ID (driver's license, passport, military ID, etc)  Note – Non-driving minors, or adults without a photo ID, may provide any two of the following in lieu of the above-mentioned photo IDs, if they don't have one:
    • Non-photo state ID card
    • Birth certificate
    • Social security card
    • Library card
    • School ID
    • Report card
    • Minor's work permit
    • Parent may come with minor and show ID
      • For adults without photo ID – utllity bill, bank statement, or other business correspondence that specifically names the candidate
      • For adults without photo ID – a postmarked envelope addressed to the candidate at his/her current mailing address, as it will appear on the Form 605
  • Social security number or Federal Registration Number (FRN) – FRNs are preferred and may be obtained by registering on the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls
  • $15 exam fee – cash only
  • Pen and pencil
  • Calculator, if desired. All memories must be cleared.
  • If testing for an upgrade, you must bring a copy of a current license or CSCE with you to the exam session. We do not have the ability to look up, download, and print licenses at the test site.
    If you were first licensed after 17 February 2015 and don't have a paper license, an official one may be printed from the FCC's web site at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls.

All needed forms will be supplied by the exam teams - it will not be necessary to bring an FCC form 605.

Arrive at the exam site at least 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to start. This will allow time to complete test-related paperwork.

Special arrangements may be made for special testing cases.

Please keep in mind that the exam team members are volunteers and are donating their time to help you obtain your license. They make every effort to be professional and efficient in the exam process, but they ARE volunteers. We are blessed with more frequent test sessions here in Atlanta than probably anywhere else in the country, so a lot of folks are putting in their time. We enjoy doing it, but an occasional "thanks" makes it that much more enjoyable.

We look forward to seeing you at the test sessions!

     

NFARL Executive Team
Last updated November 21, 2017