The SHARK ClubANNUAL Spring Picnic
was held on May 13th, 2017. The club provided fish for
about 50 people. Thanks to all that contributed to the cookoff
and especially the those that contributed deserts and side dishes.
Field Day 2017The
club wil operated from Cleveland City park this year. More
details to follow
The SAM HOUSTON AMATEUR RADIO KLUB now has a yahoo group for all members, to join the group goto
Yahoo Groups SHARKCLUB, you will need to request membership to join
Don’t forget our Texas HF Nets: Texas Traffic Net meets each night at 1830 hours Central time on 3.873. Daytime Texas Traffic Net meets Monday through Saturday at 8:30 am -9:30 am on 7.285 ARES Net - every Monday evening at 1930 hours Central Time, on 3.873 7290 Net meets Monday - Saturday 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and Monday -Friday 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM(Central Times) Texas CW traffic net (TEX) meets on 3541 khz daily at 7 and 10 p.m.
The SAM HOUSTON AMATEUR RADIO KLUB celebrates its 39th year.
Clyde N5IF is sending out E-mails to remind everyone of the net and various other activities, send an E-mail if you want to be on the list.
n5if "at" SBC GLOBAL DOT net
Membership dues for 2016 are just $25.00 for a single person, or a family membership plan for only $40.00.
If you can't make the next meeting mail your dues to the following:
Shark Club, Member Activities
We now have a SHARK SHACKS web page, send photo's and a description of your shack so we can add your photo's to the page. These can be emailed to ND5T at my email@example.com
We need your current projects, send a write up and photo's if possible. You do not have to be a member to submit an article.
(see the Projects page for more info on our projects)
2016 SHARK CLUB Celebrates 39 Years
The Shark club is is now 38 years old, CONGRATS
SHARK CLUB TESTING SESSION;
For more info Contact Clyde via email "N5IF at sbcglobal dot net" or check the Get License page Pass the word to anyone wanting to test at that time for any class license. All VE's invited to attend.
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SHARK CLUB REPEATERS
146.900 (-) NO TONE N5AK
444.650 (+) NO TONE N5AK
224.780 (-) NO TONE N5AK
Weekly Net On The 146.900 Repeater Every Thursday night at 7:30pm C.D.T.
The net is normally called by our Vice president
Jesse Roberts N5EJ. Please stop by and say hello, the net is open to all licensed operators and is very informal.
Yearly membership to the club is just $25.00 and the family membership is $40.00. This money is used to sponsor the repeaters as well as to provide for the various needs of the club. Contact Clyde (N5IF) or come by one of our meetings to get more information on becoming a member.
To Join now, download the following and mail to the address at the top of the page along with your dues. Membership Form (PDF)
MONTHLY CLUB MEETING
The Club meets every second Tuesday of each Month at 7:30pm C.D.T. The meeting are held at The North Cleveland Baptist Church in Cleveland, TX
WOLF CREEK PARK "PICNICS"
Twice a year during the spring and the fall, the Sam Houston Amateur Club host a week of fishing at "Wolf Creek Park" that ends with fish fry on Saturday. Please check the events page for the latest information.
Come join in on the fising and fun, Fish FRY on SATURDAY
ARRL FIELD DAY in Review
2016 The club operated 1A this year and was the 1st ranked team in Texas and 41th nationaly. The club was able to make 375 QSO's
2015 The club operated 1A this year and was the 1st ranked team in Texas and 10th nationaly. The club was able to make 843 QSO's
2014 The club operated 1A this year and was the 2nd ranked team in Texas and 30th nationaly, The club hosted a Tech Class on Saturday taught by Sam N5AF. The Club tested and passed 1 new General and 3 Techs. 6m was non existent with 20m being the main band. The club made 503 contact total with 321 comming from the CW operators.
2013 The 2013 ARRL Field Day Event was held in Dolan, Tx. The club operated 2A this year to give new guys a chance on the radio and they took full advantage of the opportunity to operate. Most every phone contact was made by people that had never operated on the HF bands. Sam N5AF taught a technician class and gave test shortly after. Once again the Food was great but the camaraderie was even better. We look forward to an even better year in 2014.
2012 The 2012 ARRL Field Day Event was held in Dolan, Tx. The CW operators had another great year with the return of Jeff, Wess, Dave, and Larry. Cy W5DXE worked the night shift on SSB as Stu was recovering from surgey. Unfortunetly 6m was like trying to work DX on 70cm, the club ended up with 1 - 6m contact. Sam N5AF taught a technician class and gave test shortly after. Once again the Food was great but the camaraderie was even better. We look forward to an even better year in 2013.
2011 The Sam Houston Amateur Radio Klub 2011 ARRL Field Day Event was held in Dolan, Tx. The event saw the return of the CW group that operates with the club every year. Stu K5MV and Al N5WWS worked the night shift on SSB. This year we were able to have a 6m station while maintaining our 1A status. The 6m station was a big hit and saw a lot of activity from some new contest operators. Food was not a problem (never is with this club) and a great time was had by all. Please visit our field day page for info on how the club did for field day.
2010 The Club did operate from Sammy Neil's (N5AF) QTH again this year, (Thanks to Sammy for putting up with everyone). The Shark club welcomed a lot of new visitors from the boy scouts who came out and got in on the fun.
2009 The club operated from Sammy Neal's (N5AF) place near Dolan. Everyone had a wonderful time. The activities were coordinated by Clyde (N5IF). The club hosted an information booth ran by Margaret (NK5F). As always we had really good food that was prepared by Stephanie (KB5WXM), Brenda (KB5RSH), and Beth (KE5AJO). Thanks to Jeff (K5MV) and his friends we were able to make a lot of contacts on CW. Beth (KE5AJO), Brenda (KB5RSH), and Stu (K5STU) stayed up all night working the radio to increase our contacts.
The Field Day results for 2009 are in and our club ended up with the top 1A class for Texas. We ranked 30th overall in the nation in 1A class with a total of 173 entries. This is a great accomplishment for our club and everyone involved should be very proud. See the December QST for more info or visit www.arrl.org
Jump on the 146.900 repeater when storms are in the area. The shark club has started the Skywarn net and participation has been excellent so far, Keep up the good work. Check out the Skywarn page for more info
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