The meeting was called to order by Bryan Patterson (KB8ELG) at 7:30pm with 16 members in attendance, the pledge was given by all.  
 
Members in Distress:
Bev Walworth (KC8UJC) continues to recover from several health issues, please keep both George (N8EUY) and Bev in your thoughts. We did have Allen Nash (KC8UQU) in our company this evening who continues to improve from his hip surgery.
 
The treasures report was given and a motion to accept was made by Bill Lampe (KD8WSL) and seconded by Ed Roth (WD8KRS).
 
There was one bill to present for the flowers for Jim Roth's funeral.  On a side note, Ed Roth thanks the club for the attention and condolences.   
A motion to pay the bill was made by KD8PUD and seconded by W8TUX.
 
Repeater Committee:

KB8ELG has confirmed they relocated us to the County Admin building, 152 S Fulton St., for tonight's meeting.  Please spread the word! 

The location of the meeting for the next 6 months, and hopefully foreseeable future, will be at the Robert Fulton Agricultural Center at 8770 State Route 108 in Wauseon. The date and time will remain the same.

Hi folks,
 
As promised, here are the club meeting notes for July 15, 2019.
 
The meeting was called to order by Bryan Patterson (KB8ELG) at 7:30pm with 12 members and 1 guest in attendance, the pledge was given by all.  
 
Members in Distress:
Since their return, Bev Walworth (KC8UJC) has been struggling with some health issues.  While she is recovering, please keep both George (N8EUY) and Bev in your thoughts.
 
The treasures report was given and a motion to accept was made by Bill Lampe (KD8WSL) and seconded by Ed Roth (WD8KRS).
 
Repeater Committee:
Hi folks,
 
The meeting notes from last months meeting slipped through the cracks for me, I am getting those out now.  Thanks to KB8ELH for taking this notes while I was out of town.  July's meeting notes will follow shortly:
 
The June meeting of the Fulton County Amateur Radio Club was called to order at 7:35PM by Bryan Patterson (KB8ELG) at the Delta Church of Christ in Delta, with 11 members and 3 guests present.  The pledge was recited by all.
 
It was reported that Allen Nash (KC8UQU) is doing well after a hip replacement, and Jim McBride (K8JPD) is doing well after his second knee replacement. It is also reported that Bob Switzer (WA8BHP) became a silent key. 
 
The finance report was read.  Bob Rosebrock (WB8ZOI) made a motion to accept it, which was seconded by Dave Claar (W8TUX), all approved.
 
Bills were presented for Field Day and Hamfest expenses.  Cass Telles (KD8MNG) made a motion to pay the bills which was seconded by Dave Claar (W8TUX).

Bryan (KB8ELG) spoke with the Delta PD today, and they requested help with a couple more events:

 
1. Friday night Fireworks: meet at the Police Dept Off of Fernwood at 9:30pm.  Have a vest and a HT available.  Could use as many as we can get.
 
2. Saturday morning Chicken Run (5k I think). I will get details on this, but we only need a handful of people to cover the country roads.
 
3. Sunday Parade.  I have already posted about this, but please let us know if you are able to help.  The parade starts at 2pm, plan on being at the Chicken Festival no later the 12:30p, Bring water, sunscreen, a hat, and a HT.  

Summer Events

There are a few hours left in the 2019 ARRL Field Day Event, so stop reading this email and go work some stations!  Or keep reading if you'd like.  We had a fun time on on Saturday, running a 7A class and also trying to work a few satellites when the opportunity presented itself. There are still a few guys out at the woodlot making efforts to run until the 2pm end time.  If you have no other plans for the day, please consider stopping out this afternoon to help with tear down. 

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