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2019 Hendricks County Hamfest

LOCATION CHANGE

HENDRICKS COUNTY HAMFEST
Formerly Brownsburg Hamfest

Saturday, February 9, 2019

HAM RADIO, COMPUTER, ELECTRONICS FLEA MARKET

Sponsored by Hendricks County Amateur Radio Society

LOCATION CHANGE

Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds and Conference Center
1900 E Main St
Danville IN 46112

LOCATION CHANGE

2018 ARRL Field Day in Hendricks County

Hendricks County Fairgrounds Grandstand
1900 E Main St, Danville IN 46122
Gate 4 off of CR 200 E

This year we will host Field Day 2018 event at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds, 1900 E. Main St. Danville Indiana.

Set up will be around 12(noon) on Saturday June 23, with the reading of the Hendricks County Proclamation at 1pm, followed by the event which will kick off at 2 pm.

This event will last through the night on Saturday and will close sometime around 2 pm Sunday, June 24.

IRC Hilltop Operating Event

HCARS will be participating in The Hilltop Contest this year on September 24th.

The location is: 2333 State Road 236

Hours for the event will be: 9a-1p, you will need to be at the site a little early to help the set-up of the radio equipment.

For rules of this event please visit: http://indyradioclub.org/irchilltop.html

Ron Burke KB9DJA
Club Secretary

Special Event Station: June 11, 2016

SPECIAL EVENT ON HAM RADIO HONORS ADRIAN PARSONS

An Indiana soybean pioneer from Avon will be honored with a special event on amateur radio in Danville on Saturday, June 11.

Adrian Parsons was an Avon area farmer who first brought soybeans to Indiana in the 1880s, and promoted their cultivation among Hoosier farmers in the ensuing years.

To help commemorate Hendricks County's role during Indiana's Bicentennial year, ham radio operators will be set up during the day on June 11 at the Gazebo in Ellis Park in Danville.

Indianapolis Radio Club Hilltop Operating Event

All HCARS members are encouraged to come out to, or work, the HCARS Hilltop Contest station, N9HC, this Saturday, Sept. 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We'll be operating from Weakley Hill, elev. 1030 feet. Hot dogs will be available!

There's lots to do: set up antennas, operate, log, and generally have a good time. The weather should be excellent.

Each contact with N9HC is worth a point toward the club’s score, so please get on the air and try the bands and modes you have available. The 10 meter frequency is available to Techs.

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