Grover Cleveland Special Event - 2022
The West Essex Amateur Radio Club returning to normal operations held our annual outing at the Grover Cleveland House in Caldwell. During this event the club operates station W2EF at the birth place of President Grover Cleveland. This event provides an opportunity for the community to visit a historic location and learn about Ham Radio as the club members work to make contacts all over the world during the event.
During the event scouts from Troop 12 of Livingston were invited by the club to work on their Radio Merit Badge. Seen here with Don Saltzman - K2DEG (SK). Above Don works with Scout Joe on making contacts via HF.
As the club continues to work on Satellite Tracker the club had the station up and running for this event. The club continues to tweak the tracker to get better performance and results. The more we deploy the Satellite tracker the more proficient we will become with its use.
While Steve and John worked on the Satellite tracker station scout Marco from Troop 12 looks on.
MIke (K2NNN) and Henry (KC2WRQ) work on making contacts. Mike is utilizing the ICOM 7306 while Henry is using the PC logging equipment to ensure all contacts are properly logged. Long time WEARC member Harvey (W2YWC) looks on.
Additional Photos from the days event
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