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Scholarship Application Available for Download Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 15:35
The application for MARC's annual $500 scholarship is now available for download.  The scholarship is available to any Midland County high school senior or college student.  Preference is given to club members who are licensed amateur operators or the sons/daughters of club members.  Click here to download.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 February 2010 19:39
 
Field Day Results Are In - MARC is #1! Print E-mail
Thursday, 05 November 2009 12:01

The 2009 ARRL Field Day results have been posted to the ARRL website.  The QST article is available for download at http://www.arrl.org/contests/results/2009/fd.pdf.

A few highlights from the scores database are:

  • MARC placed 8th nationally in category 4A
  • We placed 63rd nationally in ALL categories
  • We're #4 among all categories in the West Gulf Division and #1 in 4A
  • We're #1 in the WTX section among all categories

The next highest score in the WTX secion was K5FD, the Big Bend ARC, with 7414 points compared to our 9652 points.  Big Bend was in category 2A.  The only other 4A entry in WTX was W5WX, the Panhandle ARC, with 1312 points.

Congratulations to all involved in the MARC 2009 Field Day effort!

Last Updated on Thursday, 05 November 2009 12:19
 
Listen to W5AJ's FD Interview on AM1070 Print E-mail
Sunday, 02 August 2009 12:15
 
MARC K3 Assembly Video Uploaded to YouTube! Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 11:29
 
Bike MS: Cactus & Crude Ride 2009 Print E-mail
Monday, 20 July 2009 09:35

Bike MSTwelve members of MARC provided communications for the annual Bike MS: Cactus & Crude Ride 2009 event held July 18 & 19.  MARC provided communications from Midland to Big Spring on the first day and the Big Spring ARC handled the second day from Big Spring to Post.  The ride covers 75 miles each day.

In addition to communications club members checked on riders along the route, called for mechanics as needed, checked on and shuttled rest stop supplies, and carried some riders up the route to the nearest rest stop.  KD5VOW, while not a member of the official MARC contingent, rode with the rest stop supply trailer providing a valuable communications link as well as delivering and picking up rest stop supplies.  KE5EYZ drove one of the vehicles pulling the SAG trailers.

Club members participating were WA5ZFH, KD5VOU, K5MTX, N5MXE, KE5MKT, K5KUX, KB5TUN, KK5ZG, N5OVH, KD5VOW, KE5EYZ, and N5NA.  KD5VOW and N5NA also helped with the ride on Sunday.  While not club members, KE5FEJ and KE5EZE were mechanics for the ride.

Thanks to EVERYONE for a job WELL DONE!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 July 2009 20:57
 
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