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Re: Ralph is at VA Hospital, following surgery. Send cards to:

Tim Spurgeon
 

CMRA group:

I just got off the phone with the VA Hospital. Ralph will be their guest until sometime this weekend (don't know exact time, yet).
He is still out of it, so don't try to phone him until tomorrow.

Send "get well" cards to:

Ralph Howard
Stepdown Unit Room #9
Truman Veteran's Hospital
800 Hospital Drive
Columbia, MO 65201

Phone#: 573-814-6640

73

Tim E. Spurgeon
W0TES

*************************************************

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 9:10 PM Tim Spurgeon <tims173@mchsi.com> wrote:


CMRA group:

I just got off the phone with Catherine (Ralph Howard's wife, WD6BGN).
Ralph is recovering from surgery at the Veterans Hospital and will be there
a few days, (unknown stay at this time).

Catherine asked if we could send get well cards, so I am sending that
request to you all, if you know Ralph.

I will send all of you his address, after I get it.

73

Tim E. Spurgeon
W0TES





--
Bill


Re: Ralph is at VA Hospital, following surgery.

Hillman, Richard E.
 

Thank you.
Richard

On Jan 25, 2021, at 8:10 PM, Tim Spurgeon <tims173@mchsi.com> wrote:

WARNING: This message has originated from an External Source. This may be a phishing expedition that can result in unauthorized access to our IT System. Please use proper judgment and caution when opening attachments, clicking links, or responding to this email.

CMRA group:

I just got off the phone with Catherine (Ralph Howard's wife, WD6BGN). Ralph is recovering from surgery at the Veterans Hospital and will be there a few days, (unknown stay at this time).

Catherine asked if we could send get well cards, so I am sending that request to you all, if you know Ralph.

I will send all of you his address, after I get it.

73

Tim E. Spurgeon
W0TES





Re: Ralph is at VA Hospital, following surgery.

Bill McFarland - N0AXZ
 

Thanks Tim,
Keep us informed. 
Bill 

On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 9:10 PM Tim Spurgeon <tims173@...> wrote:

CMRA group:

I just got off the phone with Catherine (Ralph Howard's wife, WD6BGN).  Ralph is recovering from surgery at the Veterans Hospital and will be there a few days, (unknown stay at this time).

Catherine asked if we could send get well cards, so I am sending that request to you all, if you know Ralph.

I will send all of you his address, after I get it.

73

Tim E. Spurgeon
W0TES





--
Bill


Re: Ralph is at VA Hospital, following surgery.

Tim Spurgeon
 

CMRA group:

I just got off the phone with Catherine (Ralph Howard's wife, WD6BGN). Ralph is recovering from surgery at the Veterans Hospital and will be there a few days, (unknown stay at this time).

Catherine asked if we could send get well cards, so I am sending that request to you all, if you know Ralph.

I will send all of you his address, after I get it.

73

Tim E. Spurgeon
W0TES


Propagation Summit 2021- YouTube post

John Beatty
 

The recent Propagation Summit 2021 is posted on YouTube now.  It covers a variety of interesting topics.  Naturally you can skip through the presentation to locate subjects of interest.  Enjoy.

https://youtu.be/WpBpU_dcMbc

73, John - NO0I


Re: A piece of medical information

James Wiles
 

May be advised to ask before. Good info thanks

On Jan 21, 2021, at 6:09 PM, Fred Dittrich <fdittric@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi

On the NBC news tonight they said that there is a over abundance of doses of monoclonal antibodies. If this treatment is administered within a week or so of the onset of symptoms it can greatly reduce the effects of COVID-19. This must be infused with an IV in a medical setting. If I come down with the symptoms I plan to contact my primary care physician and ask about the availability of this treatment in Columbia.

73

Fred AE0FD






A piece of medical information

Fred Dittrich
 

Hi

On the NBC news tonight they said that there is a over abundance of doses of monoclonal antibodies. If this treatment is administered within a week or so of the onset of symptoms it can greatly reduce the effects of COVID-19. This must be infused with an IV in a medical setting. If I come down with the symptoms I plan to contact my primary care physician and ask about the availability of this treatment in Columbia.

73

Fred AE0FD


Coffee with Elmers January 23rd

Chris Swisher
 

Saturday is the morning to learn all about antenna evaluation. Fred is talking Antenna Analyzers. I bet someone has an MFJ and I'll work on a Nano VNA capabilities. Join us via Zoom with a full cup of joe, we will find something interesting for you. https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/93061463157?pwd=Um9GQnV3NCtrUkZ4UkpqOUxRbXIyUT09


P.S. Don't use your radio to do illegal things illegally (paraphrased FCC notice).


Re: A New Year

James Whitehill
 

The zerohedge memo incorrectly describes the "boogaloo boys" as left-wing extremists.  They are, in fact, a quasi-militia of right-wing extremists.

On Mon, Jan 18, 2021 at 6:44 PM William Vellema <vellemawm@...> wrote:

On Mon, Jan 18, 2021, 16:50 John W. Smith <kc0hsb@...> wrote:
This is FYI.


I confess to being a little slow on the draw at times, so I was baffled
by the e-mail I received from ARRL the other day explaining the purpose
of ham radio. Any references to it on this list went past me as well.
However, this was clarified for me in the following message from the
ARRL Midwest Division Director.


The missing piece? I was unaware of reports ham radio had been
implicated in any way in the events of January 6th in D.C. The message
below addresses that.


73,


John, KC0HSB




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject:        A New Year
Date:   Mon, 18 Jan 2021 16:12:25 -0500 (EST)
From:   ARRL Members Only Web site <memberlist@...>
To:     kc0hsb@...



Midwest Division Members,

This is my first email as the Midwest Division Director. Let me start
by wishing you all, belatedly, a great New Year. 2020 is certainly much
better seen in hindsight. Hopefully we’ll get through COVID and the
national political angst will subside a bit so that we can get back to a
more normal life-style.

Rod Blocksome, K0DAS, set a high bar as a Division Director. He was
very active within the Board and its committees. Rod is also a really
great guy to work with. I learned a lot from him during my 6 years as
his Vice Director. His technical skills, knowledge of old radios and
Collins gear, as well as his passion for finding Amelia Earhart made our
conversations interesting and fun. Sitting behind him at the Board
meetings made me realize how patient he could be as he wisely steered
through all the arguments and discussions. So before anything else,
allow me to thank Rod for his service to the ARRL, to our Division, and
to ham radio. He leaves large shoes to fill.

Our new Vice Director, Dave Propper, K2DP, and I are setting off to
organize our Division and its communications paths. We’ve already
established a monthly Zoom meeting with all four Section Managers. We
will also be communicating with Assistant Directors and other appointees
on continuing their appointments as well as setting up periodic
meetings. The idea here is to make sure that we have good
communications amongst all of us and with our Division’s ARRL members.
We’ll be updating the website and newsletter to be sure you have the
latest contact information and links to resources available.

As you know, these are troubled times. Many news organizations have
reported that the demonstrations and violence at the U.S. capitol were
facilitated by “ham radio”. Fortunately, hams monitoring repeaters
and other frequencies in the Maryland-DC area reported no use of ham
radio on January 6th. Unfortunately, the term “ham radio” has
become as generic as “xerox” and “kleenex". So the ARRL issued a
strong statement on the purpose of amateur radio and its use. You can
find that on the ARRL website, http://arrl.org, if you haven’t seen it
already.

We’ve got a wonderful hobby. It is a hobby that is sanctioned by
International law and regulation, that allows us to save life in an
emergency, and that gives us the chance to enhance human life every day.
And, as you know, ham radio wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the
good work of the ARRL and its members.
Dave and I are here to help. My email is k0aiz@... and Dave’s is
k2dp@.... If you have questions, need some clarification on
topics, or just have issues with your ARRL magazine subscriptions,
please let us know.
73, Art, K0AIZ and Dave, K2DP

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Director: Arthur I Zygielbaum, K0AIZ
k0aiz@...
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Re: A New Year

William Vellema
 

On Mon, Jan 18, 2021, 16:50 John W. Smith <kc0hsb@...> wrote:
This is FYI.


I confess to being a little slow on the draw at times, so I was baffled
by the e-mail I received from ARRL the other day explaining the purpose
of ham radio. Any references to it on this list went past me as well.
However, this was clarified for me in the following message from the
ARRL Midwest Division Director.


The missing piece? I was unaware of reports ham radio had been
implicated in any way in the events of January 6th in D.C. The message
below addresses that.


73,


John, KC0HSB




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject:        A New Year
Date:   Mon, 18 Jan 2021 16:12:25 -0500 (EST)
From:   ARRL Members Only Web site <memberlist@...>
To:     kc0hsb@...



Midwest Division Members,

This is my first email as the Midwest Division Director. Let me start
by wishing you all, belatedly, a great New Year. 2020 is certainly much
better seen in hindsight. Hopefully we’ll get through COVID and the
national political angst will subside a bit so that we can get back to a
more normal life-style.

Rod Blocksome, K0DAS, set a high bar as a Division Director. He was
very active within the Board and its committees. Rod is also a really
great guy to work with. I learned a lot from him during my 6 years as
his Vice Director. His technical skills, knowledge of old radios and
Collins gear, as well as his passion for finding Amelia Earhart made our
conversations interesting and fun. Sitting behind him at the Board
meetings made me realize how patient he could be as he wisely steered
through all the arguments and discussions. So before anything else,
allow me to thank Rod for his service to the ARRL, to our Division, and
to ham radio. He leaves large shoes to fill.

Our new Vice Director, Dave Propper, K2DP, and I are setting off to
organize our Division and its communications paths. We’ve already
established a monthly Zoom meeting with all four Section Managers. We
will also be communicating with Assistant Directors and other appointees
on continuing their appointments as well as setting up periodic
meetings. The idea here is to make sure that we have good
communications amongst all of us and with our Division’s ARRL members.
We’ll be updating the website and newsletter to be sure you have the
latest contact information and links to resources available.

As you know, these are troubled times. Many news organizations have
reported that the demonstrations and violence at the U.S. capitol were
facilitated by “ham radio”. Fortunately, hams monitoring repeaters
and other frequencies in the Maryland-DC area reported no use of ham
radio on January 6th. Unfortunately, the term “ham radio” has
become as generic as “xerox” and “kleenex". So the ARRL issued a
strong statement on the purpose of amateur radio and its use. You can
find that on the ARRL website, http://arrl.org, if you haven’t seen it
already.

We’ve got a wonderful hobby. It is a hobby that is sanctioned by
International law and regulation, that allows us to save life in an
emergency, and that gives us the chance to enhance human life every day.
And, as you know, ham radio wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the
good work of the ARRL and its members.
Dave and I are here to help. My email is k0aiz@... and Dave’s is
k2dp@.... If you have questions, need some clarification on
topics, or just have issues with your ARRL magazine subscriptions,
please let us know.
73, Art, K0AIZ and Dave, K2DP

--------------------------------------------------------------------
ARRL Midwest Division
Director: Arthur I Zygielbaum, K0AIZ
k0aiz@...
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A New Year

John W. Smith
 

This is FYI.


I confess to being a little slow on the draw at times, so I was baffled
by the e-mail I received from ARRL the other day explaining the purpose
of ham radio. Any references to it on this list went past me as well.
However, this was clarified for me in the following message from the
ARRL Midwest Division Director.


The missing piece? I was unaware of reports ham radio had been
implicated in any way in the events of January 6th in D.C. The message
below addresses that.


73,


John, KC0HSB




-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: A New Year
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2021 16:12:25 -0500 (EST)
From: ARRL Members Only Web site <memberlist@www.arrl.org>
To: kc0hsb@centurytel.net



Midwest Division Members,

This is my first email as the Midwest Division Director. Let me start
by wishing you all, belatedly, a great New Year. 2020 is certainly much
better seen in hindsight. Hopefully we’ll get through COVID and the
national political angst will subside a bit so that we can get back to a
more normal life-style.

Rod Blocksome, K0DAS, set a high bar as a Division Director. He was
very active within the Board and its committees. Rod is also a really
great guy to work with. I learned a lot from him during my 6 years as
his Vice Director. His technical skills, knowledge of old radios and
Collins gear, as well as his passion for finding Amelia Earhart made our
conversations interesting and fun. Sitting behind him at the Board
meetings made me realize how patient he could be as he wisely steered
through all the arguments and discussions. So before anything else,
allow me to thank Rod for his service to the ARRL, to our Division, and
to ham radio. He leaves large shoes to fill.

Our new Vice Director, Dave Propper, K2DP, and I are setting off to
organize our Division and its communications paths. We’ve already
established a monthly Zoom meeting with all four Section Managers. We
will also be communicating with Assistant Directors and other appointees
on continuing their appointments as well as setting up periodic
meetings. The idea here is to make sure that we have good
communications amongst all of us and with our Division’s ARRL members.
We’ll be updating the website and newsletter to be sure you have the
latest contact information and links to resources available.

As you know, these are troubled times. Many news organizations have
reported that the demonstrations and violence at the U.S. capitol were
facilitated by “ham radio”. Fortunately, hams monitoring repeaters
and other frequencies in the Maryland-DC area reported no use of ham
radio on January 6th. Unfortunately, the term “ham radio” has
become as generic as “xerox” and “kleenex". So the ARRL issued a
strong statement on the purpose of amateur radio and its use. You can
find that on the ARRL website, http://arrl.org, if you haven’t seen it
already.

We’ve got a wonderful hobby. It is a hobby that is sanctioned by
International law and regulation, that allows us to save life in an
emergency, and that gives us the chance to enhance human life every day.
And, as you know, ham radio wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the
good work of the ARRL and its members.
Dave and I are here to help. My email is k0aiz@arrl.org and Dave’s is
k2dp@arrl.org. If you have questions, need some clarification on
topics, or just have issues with your ARRL magazine subscriptions,
please let us know.
73, Art, K0AIZ and Dave, K2DP

--------------------------------------------------------------------
ARRL Midwest Division
Director: Arthur I Zygielbaum, K0AIZ
k0aiz@arrl.org
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ARRL on the Purpose of Amateur Radio

Gary Vaught - W9TIG
 

I sent this earlier to a defunct email account (seems it's still in my contacts list).

For anyone who, like me, was unaware of the trademarked phrase in the email from ARRL, here is what I found:


Seems that it is an official motto, not the official name of the organization.

-
Best Regards,
Gary D Vaught

We can engineer a solution to nearly any problem you can accurately define.

- somewhat anonymous



---------- Forwarded message ---------
Did anyone else get this?  Seems there are some inconsistencies here that concern me.  

Foremost, when did ARRL become "The National Association for Amateur Radio"?

-
Best Regards,
Gary D Vaught

We can engineer a solution to nearly any problem you can accurately define.

- somewhat anonymous



---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: ARRL Web site [Masked]
Date: Sun, Jan 17, 2021 at 3:00 PM
Subject: ARRL on the Purpose of Amateur Radio
To: 


ARRL on the Purpose of Amateur Radio

For over 100 years amateur radio and ARRL — the National Association for Amateur Radio® — have stood for the development of the science and art of communications, public service, and the enhancement of international goodwill. Amateur Radio’s long history and service to the public has solidified the well-earned reputation that “Amateur Radio saves lives.”

Amateur Radio Operators, due to their history of public service, their training, and the requirement that they be licensed by the FCC have earned their status as a component of critical communications infrastructure and as a reliable resource “when all else fails."

Amateur Radio is about development of communications and responsible public service. Its misuse is inconsistent with its history of service and its statutory charter. ARRL does not support its misuse for purposes inconsistent with these values and purposes.

 


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W9TIG

Gary Vaught


Winterfest 2021 - Streaming Online - January 23, 2021 Topics, Presenters & Raffle Entry

AD0UK
 

Thought I would share this!



Brian
AD0UK

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Central Missouri Radio Association <cmrasecretary@...>
Date: Sun, Jan 17, 2021 at 9:51 AM
Subject: Fwd: Winterfest 2021 - Streaming Online - January 23, 2021 Topics, Presenters & Raffle Entry
To: <kc0sjs@...>




---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Rebecca Carroll <kc9cij@...>
Date: Fri, Jan 15, 2021 at 10:34 AM
Subject: Fwd: Winterfest 2021 - Streaming Online - January 23, 2021 Topics, Presenters & Raffle Entry
To:




View this email in your browser

Winterfest 2021 - Streaming Online
January 23, 2021
Topics, Presenters & Raffle Entry


We are happy to announce the schedule for Winterfest 2021 – Streaming Online. Saturday, January 23, 2021 we will host forums from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

In addition to great speakers, there will be drawings at the end of the day for prizes. Links will be provided for vendor discounts and promo-codes. 

Prizes will include a $100 gift certificate from DX Engineering, discounts (up to $300) from Flex Radio, $25 gift certificate from West Mountain Radio and 10% off selected products with a special coupon code.

The exact forum schedule will be released soon. Topics and presenters include:

  • Get Ready for Solar Cycle 25 – Carl Luetzelschwab (K9LA)

  • Parks on the Air – Matt Heere (N3NWV)

  • Satellites – Sean Kutzko (KX9X)

  • Youth On the Air – Neil Rapp (WB9VPG) and Sterling Mann (NØSSC)

  • Ham Radio Workbench with George Zafiropoulos (KJ6VU)

  • Bioenno Power: Overview of LiFeP04 batteries for Ham Radio / Solar Applications with Kevin Zanjani (KI6DHQ)

  • Flex Radio with Michael Walker (VA3MW)

More information about Winterfest 2021 can be found on our website at http://winterfest.slsrc.org.  

Winterfest 2021 will be streamed live on YouTube at the following link starting at 8:50 a.m. on Saturday morning: https://www.youtube.com/c/slsrc(w0src)/live. No registration needed.  Participants can ask questions and interact live in the YouTube chat.

To register for the raffle, click on the link below.  Only one entry per person.  One winner per person.  The raffle drawing will take place at 3:55 p.m.  You do not have to be present to win.

https://forms.gle/CC8jqcDoARnsc1aE8

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Bridgecom Radio Giveaway

AD0UK
 

You can enter to win a couple of radio's from Bridgecom, they are having another giveaway if you are interested:



73

Brian
AD0UK


Re: Additional MACC Makerspace details

Ralph Howard
 

Looks good, I wonder on the costs.  I have a 3d printer project or two.
Thanks for passing it on.


Ralph Howard
WD6BGN


From: main@CMRA.groups.io <main@CMRA.groups.io> on behalf of Bill McFarland - N0AXZ <billmcfarland10@...>
Sent: Friday, January 15, 2021 10:47:10 AM
To: main@cmra.groups.io <main@cmra.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [CMRA] Additional MACC Makerspace details
 
Thanks Fred. I wonder if they would be interested in a Ham radio station. Are they in the old Parkade Center?
Bill

On Fri, Jan 15, 2021 at 10:31 AM Fred Dittrich <fdittric@...> wrote:
Hi

I just e-mailed MACC about their Makerspace membership and received
the following:

-----------------------------------------

Hello Fred,

I am the Makerspace coordinator here at the MaccLab in
Columbia.  Chris Parks gave me your information so I thought I would
give you a brief overview about what we are doing here at MACC.

Our makerspace will be a community makerspace with areas such as
woodworking, metal working, CNC lab, 3D printing, Frame shop,
textiles, vinyl cutters, laser cutters, and small electronics
benches.  Membership costs and details are still under construction
but will be offered on a monthly or yearly basis.  Because of several
setbacks over the last year, our opening date is still to be
determined, but we are making a goal for opening sometime this
summer.  Please feel free to reach out with questions anytime.  We
hope to see you in the MaccLab soon!


Tia Brown
Mechatronics/Makerspace Lab Coordinator
MACC- Columbia
601 Business Loop 70 West
Columbia, MO 65203
573-234-1067 ext.12126








--
Bill


Re: Additional MACC Makerspace details

Fred Dittrich
 

Wes

The contact information for the person who is in charge was on the bottom of my e-mail. I'd just give them a holler.

73

Fred AE0FD

At 10:51 AM 1/15/2021, you wrote:
I wonder if they would like to cruise my old shop and help themselves to tools, parts cabinets, etc., that I have no further needs for.

On 01/15/21, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ wrote:
Thanks Fred. I wonder if they would be interested in a Ham radio
station. Are they in the old Parkade Center?
Bill

On Fri, Jan 15, 2021 at 10:31 AM Fred Dittrich <fdittric@gmail.com
[1]> wrote:

Hi

I just e-mailed MACC about their Makerspace membership and received

the following:

-----------------------------------------

Hello Fred,

I am the Makerspace coordinator here at the MaccLab in
Columbia. Chris Parks gave me your information so I thought I
would
give you a brief overview about what we are doing here at MACC.

Our makerspace will be a community makerspace with areas such as
woodworking, metal working, CNC lab, 3D printing, Frame shop,
textiles, vinyl cutters, laser cutters, and small electronics
benches. Membership costs and details are still under
construction
but will be offered on a monthly or yearly basis. Because of
several
setbacks over the last year, our opening date is still to be
determined, but we are making a goal for opening sometime this
summer. Please feel free to reach out with questions anytime.Â
We
hope to see you in the MaccLab soon!

Tia Brown
Mechatronics/Makerspace Lab Coordinator
MACC- Columbia
601 Business Loop 70 West
Columbia, MO 65203
573-234-1067 ext.12126
--

Bill

Links:
------
[1] mailto:fdittric@gmail.com
[2] https://CMRA.groups.io/g/main/message/4193
[3]
mailto:main@CMRA.groups.io?subject=Re:%20Re%3A%20%5BCMRA%5D%20Additional%20MACC%20Makerspace%20details
[4] https://groups.io/mt/79705911/1212406
[5] https://CMRA.groups.io/g/main/post
[6] https://CMRA.groups.io/g/main/editsub/1212406
[7] mailto:main+owner@CMRA.groups.io
[8] https://CMRA.groups.io/g/main/leave/defanged




Re: Additional MACC Makerspace details

Fred Dittrich
 

Bill

A friend of mine who walks inside Parkade Center when it is cold outside reports that it is.

73

Fred AE0FD


At 10:47 AM 1/15/2021, you wrote:
Thanks Fred. I wonder if they would be interested in a Ham radio station. Are they in the old Parkade Center?
Bill

On Fri, Jan 15, 2021 at 10:31 AM Fred Dittrich <fdittric@...> wrote:
Hi

I just e-mailed MACC about their Makerspace membership and received
the following:

-----------------------------------------

Hello Fred,

I am the Makerspace coordinator here at the MaccLab in
Columbia.  Chris Parks gave me your information so I thought I would
give you a brief overview about what we are doing here at MACC.

Our makerspace will be a community makerspace with areas such as
woodworking, metal working, CNC lab, 3D printing, Frame shop,
textiles, vinyl cutters, laser cutters, and small electronics
benches.  Membership costs and details are still under construction
but will be offered on a monthly or yearly basis.  Because of several
setbacks over the last year, our opening date is still to be
determined, but we are making a goal for opening sometime this
summer.  Please feel free to reach out with questions anytime.  We
hope to see you in the MaccLab soon!


Tia Brown
Mechatronics/Makerspace Lab Coordinator
MACC- Columbia
601 Business Loop 70 West
Columbia, MO 65203
573-234-1067 ext.12126








--
Bill


Re: Additional MACC Makerspace details

Ryan Raney
 

If any of you are interested in another makerspace my partner and I run Columbia Gadget Works. We've been around for over a decade but are relatively small and modest. We don't get the funding educational institutions do, we're a 501c3 entirely run and funded by volunteers. We host an open house social night almost every Thursday at 7pm. Check us out sometime. 

Columbiagadgetworks.org 

On Fri, Jan 15, 2021, 10:51 AM Byron Sherman <wessherman@...> wrote:
I wonder if they would like to cruise my old shop and help themselves
to tools, parts cabinets, etc., that I have no further needs for.

On 01/15/21, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ wrote:
> Thanks Fred. I wonder if they would be interested in a Ham radio
> station. Are they in the old Parkade Center?
> Bill
>
> On Fri, Jan 15, 2021 at 10:31 AM Fred Dittrich <fdittric@...
> [1]> wrote:
>
>> Hi
>>
>> I just e-mailed MACC about their Makerspace membership and received
>>
>> the following:
>>
>> -----------------------------------------
>>
>> Hello Fred,
>>
>> I am the Makerspace coordinator here at the MaccLab in
>> Columbia.  Chris Parks gave me your information so I thought I
>> would
>> give you a brief overview about what we are doing here at MACC.
>>
>> Our makerspace will be a community makerspace with areas such as
>> woodworking, metal working, CNC lab, 3D printing, Frame shop,
>> textiles, vinyl cutters, laser cutters, and small electronics
>> benches.  Membership costs and details are still under
>> construction
>> but will be offered on a monthly or yearly basis.  Because of
>> several
>> setbacks over the last year, our opening date is still to be
>> determined, but we are making a goal for opening sometime this
>> summer.  Please feel free to reach out with questions anytime. 
>> We
>> hope to see you in the MaccLab soon!
>>
>> Tia Brown
>> Mechatronics/Makerspace Lab Coordinator
>> MACC- Columbia
>> 601 Business Loop 70 West
>> Columbia, MO 65203
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Re: Additional MACC Makerspace details

Byron Sherman
 

I wonder if they would like to cruise my old shop and help themselves to tools, parts cabinets, etc., that I have no further needs for.

On 01/15/21, Bill McFarland - N0AXZ wrote:
Thanks Fred. I wonder if they would be interested in a Ham radio
station. Are they in the old Parkade Center?
Bill

On Fri, Jan 15, 2021 at 10:31 AM Fred Dittrich <fdittric@gmail.com
[1]> wrote:

Hi

I just e-mailed MACC about their Makerspace membership and received

the following:

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Hello Fred,

I am the Makerspace coordinator here at the MaccLab in
Columbia.  Chris Parks gave me your information so I thought I
would
give you a brief overview about what we are doing here at MACC.

Our makerspace will be a community makerspace with areas such as
woodworking, metal working, CNC lab, 3D printing, Frame shop,
textiles, vinyl cutters, laser cutters, and small electronics
benches.  Membership costs and details are still under
construction
but will be offered on a monthly or yearly basis.  Because of
several
setbacks over the last year, our opening date is still to be
determined, but we are making a goal for opening sometime this
summer.  Please feel free to reach out with questions anytime. 
We
hope to see you in the MaccLab soon!

Tia Brown
Mechatronics/Makerspace Lab Coordinator
MACC- Columbia
601 Business Loop 70 West
Columbia, MO 65203
573-234-1067 ext.12126
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Bill

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[5] https://CMRA.groups.io/g/main/post
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Re: Additional MACC Makerspace details

Bill McFarland - N0AXZ
 

Thanks Fred. I wonder if they would be interested in a Ham radio station. Are they in the old Parkade Center?
Bill

On Fri, Jan 15, 2021 at 10:31 AM Fred Dittrich <fdittric@...> wrote:
Hi

I just e-mailed MACC about their Makerspace membership and received
the following:

-----------------------------------------

Hello Fred,

I am the Makerspace coordinator here at the MaccLab in
Columbia.  Chris Parks gave me your information so I thought I would
give you a brief overview about what we are doing here at MACC.

Our makerspace will be a community makerspace with areas such as
woodworking, metal working, CNC lab, 3D printing, Frame shop,
textiles, vinyl cutters, laser cutters, and small electronics
benches.  Membership costs and details are still under construction
but will be offered on a monthly or yearly basis.  Because of several
setbacks over the last year, our opening date is still to be
determined, but we are making a goal for opening sometime this
summer.  Please feel free to reach out with questions anytime.  We
hope to see you in the MaccLab soon!


Tia Brown
Mechatronics/Makerspace Lab Coordinator
MACC- Columbia
601 Business Loop 70 West
Columbia, MO 65203
573-234-1067 ext.12126








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