MicroHAMS Club *VIRTUAL ONLY* Meeting >> Tuesday, March 17th at 6:15 PM*

Summits On The Air: Amateur radio and the great outdoors (indoors too!)

Here is the link for tomorrow night’s presentation.

When joining, please give your *first name* and *call sign*.

*Use the web client* unless you already have the desktop client installed.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Firefox and Safari are NOT supported. More details below.

Please note that the March meeting is online only. *There is NO on-campus meeting location.*

We plan to *start* the meeting/program at *6:15* so don’t be concerned if
you connect before that and don’t see anything. We won’t start early with
the program even if we get set up faster than we expect.

Don’t forget to* mute* your mic during the presentation and be sure to
unmute when you want to ask a question during the Q&A session.

Please use the “chat” to ask questions during the presentation as we will
have attendees muted.

During Q&A, you can ask a question via chat window in Teams and the
event producer will unmute attendee for the Q and any follow-up.

Firefox and Safari browsers don’t work. They look like they might, but fail when trying to get audio. What works is anything chromium based:
Chrome, Vivaldi, Opera, new Edge browser.

If your default browser is Firefox or Safari, the work around is to copy and paste link into Chrome or other chromium browser.


*Summits On The Air: Amateur radio and the great outdoors (indoors too!)
Whether you’re interested in summiting or chasing, you won’t want to miss this presentation!
Tim Nair, KG7EJT will present on the subject of the Summits On The Air program, sharing stories of his adventures and lessons learned all while on his way to achieving the highest points score and summit count of any Washington state ham! Tim has been active with the SOTA program since 2015 and has exceeded 2000 points and 400 summits. Hear what he learned in the last 5 years and enjoy a fantastic program packed full of great tips and even greater stories!

– 2020 Board of Directors Elections
– Discussion of other upcoming club activities

MicroHAMS meetings are open to club members, those interested in joining
the club (see club membership policy at http://www.microhams.com and guests of club members.
Others may also attend a club meeting by sending email to the club at least a few days prior to the meeting. Space
can be a bit limited.

Grant Hopper
MicroHAMS Club Secretary

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