SEAWAY VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB MEETS WITH CITY EMERGENCY CO COORDINATOR & 50th Anniversary – Cornwall Ontario – July 4, 2010

(In this photo  front row l-r Bradley Nuttley City of Cornwall, Wilma VE3WMS (recipient on behalf of her late husband Tim Smith of the Tim Smith memorial award for Amateur radio operator of the year) Earle DePass VE3IMP(president)   middle  row  l-r John VE3XAM,Len VE3OLB,Jim  VE3ZPT,PatriciaVA3PUR, JohnVA3EDG,Hermanna VE3UNV back row l-r LenVE3OLB,JoeVE3ADB,DougVE3HTR,DaveVE3HLU, Ed VE3FHI)
SEAWAY VALLEY AMATERU RADIO CLUB MEETS WITH CITY EMERGENCY CO ORDINATOR

Cornwall ON – At the monthly meeting of the Seaway Valley Amateur Radio Club, members had a chance to meet with Bradley Nuttley the  Emergency  Coordinator for the city of Cornwall.  Mr. Nuttley gave a presentation to the club on emergency preparedness.  The SVARC has several emergency radio stations located in various parts of the city to assist in emergency communications in the event of an emergency crisis, such as the Ice Storm.
If you are interested in learning more about the Seaway Valley Amateur Radio Club and it’s activities please contact  us at 613 932 2252 or email at  ve3imp@rac.ca

Front Row (L-R): Beverley Bachner, John Harwood (VE3XAM), Janet Harwood, Liz Halliwell (VE3EZH), Ed Halliwell (VE3FHI)

Middle row (L-R): Renney Bachner (VE3AAJ), Angie Lussier, Earle DePass (VE3IMP) [kneeling], Patricia Rowan (VA3PUR), Susan Richardson, Jim Richardson (VE3AFV) [kneeling]

Rear Row (L-R):  Doug Pearson (VE3HTR), Bert Lussier (VA3TL), Joe Scott (VE3ADB), Philippe DePass (VA3PED), Neil DePass

The Seaway Valley Amateur Radio Club recently held a 50th anniversary celebration.  Members participated in a “ Foxhunt” where a radio beacon is hidden and then searched for by using directional finding antennas and radios.

Afterwards they enjoyed a BBQ  and fellowship.

Photos and story courtesy of Joe Scott


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