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DX3000D with less than 15 hours. Manuals, Nifty Guide, RT Systems program. Never used MH31B8 Mic. Remote Control Keypad.  USB CABLE, Power cord. 25A fuse. Heil AD-1-48 adapter for headphones. All 3 Circuit Diagrams.

Original Box.

I didn't reset the radio, the only thing it is programmed for is Digital FT8. I left label on front that shows how to change menu to go from voice to digital. This is ready to plug in and play! Or reset it to suit your own needs.

Power Supply not included. $1500. Can take credit card or cash. Can pick up here at our place, we can deliver if within 25 miles of Ellsworth and the 60.

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Sunlife Business Meeting Minutes

20 April 2020

Meeting held over the internet via Zoom provided by Doc Cunningham and called to order at 1000 by President Sue Rogers.

 

Health and Welfare none

 

Minutes of previous business meeting (15 March) read and approved as read.

 

Treasurer's Report-- Current Bank Balance $2748.65, petty cash $150.99, education fund $1286.90. Moved and seconded to approve report as read. Motion carried.

 

Old Business – None

 

New Business – Please start thinking about what you can present to the club next season. We've appointed Doc Cunningham as Program Director, and Terry LaDuke has graciously consented to assist him.

We have written to Mesa Public Library to see about reserving room and advertising for Technician class to start in case Covid-19 distancing is lifted.

We would like to get an Education Director to handle the classes, Technician, Code, and any others we plan on having.

VP, Ralph Towers, talked to President of ARC in Colorado about utilizing some of the presentations that they give and record—perhaps we could use them and have the presenter available via Zoom, Skype to give comments and answer questions.

K7AGE has said that he would give presentation via internet.

Jim Steinmetz suggested we raise price of 50/50 tickets next season to make up for lost income because of Covid gathering restrictions. President will take suggestion under advisement.

PP Jerry requests that all members post his/her own picture on website.

Glenn Sicks stated that he is leaving in couple of weeks and will not be available to run nets. Jim S demurred from running nets because of lack of adequate station equipment. Terry L said he could possible do one day/week. President Rogers wants to keep nets going if possible.

Terry L asked if Zoom works on Raspberry Pi—Jerry would look at it but doesn't think it will work on an ARM processor.

VP Ralph said that using space bar as push to talk un-mutes your Zoom image so others can hear you.

Tom L recommends an article in CQ that mentions how using Morse code deters the onset of dementia.

Norm recommends looking at meteor shower that is taking place tonight.

 

 

Joke–Tom L-- “after the insurance adjuster's finger was also lost in the machine, the claim was approved”

 

Adjourned – 1055.

Respectfully submitted, Chuck Rogers, Secretary

Sunlife Business Meeting Minutes

17 February 2020

Meeting called to order 1000 by President Jerry Davis

Returning/New Members Stuart Carlson KB7PRR, Mizoula MT

 

Health and Welfare Bob Generas WZ0H still in hospital,in good spirits,getting rehab. Larry Aubushon on home hospice. Don Austin's wife fell and broke hip.

 

Minutes of previous business meeting (13 Jan) read and approved as read.

 

Treasurer's Report-- Current Bank Balance $2598.56, petty cash $188.09, education fund $1189.80. Moved and seconded to approve report as read. Motion carried.

 

Old Business – None

 

New Business – Motion: Authorize spending up to $150 for Snowbird Field Day for meat items. Motion seconded and passed.

 

Assignments made to purchase meat at Costco, bring condiments, grill, QSL cards, filters.

Discussion about dividing operating time-- decision—cw on top half of hour, phone & digital on bottom half.

3 pavilions at SFD, digital, phone, and CW.

 

Announcements

Judy won top prize at Yuma Hamfest.

Let Jerry know if any changes desired or suggestions for club website.

Sign into Club Website to gain access to member information.

Ham radio in park on Thursday mornings

Electronics special interest group meets in Red Mtn Library on Thursday afternoons.

Treasurer, Cliff, is still taking money for dues

Contact Bob and Laura for upgrade testing

Electronics class starts today at VO Ham Shack taught by Doc Cunningham

Discussion on use of scholarship fund, interested people to meet with Doc Cunningham for further discussion and idea generation. Table until next month.

Closing Activities:

Joke – Tom Liska— he works for Nancy Pelosi but I was too embarrassed to say that in front of the class.

Education Fund drawing-- $32 with $16 to Ed fund, $16 to winner, Gene, K8WQ.

Attendance = 35 persons signed in

Drawing for Gold or Silver Coin raffle ticket – winner, K8JXG

 

Golden Corral Day

Adjourned – 1040.

Respectfully submitted, Chuck Rogers, Secretary

Sunlife Business Meeting Minutes

16 March 2020

Meeting held on the west side of Red Mountain Park and called to order 1000 by President Jerry Davis. Meeting also broadcast over radio utilizing the Superstition ARC VHF Repeater 147.120 MHz.

Returning/New Members None

 

Health and Welfare Hoppy not doing well. Laura is in car listening to meeting on radio.

 

Minutes of previous business meeting (17 Feb) read and approved as read.

 

Treasurer's Report-- Current Bank Balance $2748.65, petty cash $176.69, education fund $1286.90. Moved and seconded to approve report as read. Motion carried.

 

Old Business – Jeff, AG7NH, reported on committee to investigate usefulness of 20 & 2 meter nets. Said they were on going even though sparsely attended. No recommendation for closing nets. Moved to cancel investigative committee. Motion seconded and passed.

 

New Business – Motion: Reimburse President Davis for website security package of $260.51 for entire calendar year. Motion seconded and passed.

Motion: Persons taking club classes, passing test for upgraded license, and requesting new call sign, the club will pay for new badge with new call sign. Motion seconded and passed.

Report from Inventory Committee: Equipment accounted for and written report submitted. Recommend auctioning off unused equipment at a November meeting.

Report from Financial Audit Committee: (George and Anna)No discrepencies—the books are very accurate.

Election of Officers: (Nominating committee--Hugh KL7HM, Jeff, Jim) Thanks to Cliff for 6 years of service. Thanks for rest of currently serving officers, Tom (PP), Chuck (Sec), and Jerry (Pres). Jeff, AG7NH, conducted election of officers. Nominating committee recommends Sue Rogers, W7SKH as President, Ralph Towers (KA0CET) as Vice President, Chuck Rogers (W7CBR) as Secretary, and Dwight Carlson (KF7WI ) as Treasurer. There were no further nominations from the floor.

Motion: to accept those nominated by acclimation. Motion seconded and passed.

Art points out that history made today—First Female Club President in a long time. Lenore Hines was president for two years, 1997 and 1998.

 

Announcements

Andy Keels, KD4ABB, President of Superstition ARC, (via radio) asked that future uses of the Superstition ARC repeater for meetings be cleared with Superstition ARC officers to insure that no interference with ongoing club activities occurs.

Hamvention canceled this year

Ham radio in park on Thursday mornings will be on-going

Electronics class canceled

 

Attendance = 31 persons signed in at the park, unknown number listening

 

Golden Corral Day

Adjourned – 1031.

Respectfully submitted, Chuck Rogers, Secretary

Sunlife Business Meeting Minutes

13 January 2020

Meeting called to order 1000 by President Jerry Davis

Returning/New Members Mike, N9MS

 

Health and Welfare – Sharee doing well in rehab, staph infection, iv antibiotics. Pat, K8MBG at rehab, taking General class.

 

Minutes of previous business meeting (16 Dec) read and approved as read.

 

Treasurer's Report-- Current Bank Balance $2492.46, petty cash $188.09, education fund $1105.80. Moved and seconded to approve report as read. Motion carried.

 

Old Business – Bob mentioned dropping 20 meter net, was told that that item was tabled and appointed committee will report findings at March Business Meeting.

 

New Business – Motion to supplement non-resident student fee at VO classes by $10 per student. Motion seconded and passed.

Need new instructor for General Class next year

Annual Committee Appointments

Treasurer Audit Committee: George, Jeff, Anna

Nominating Committee (March Election): Jeff, Jim, Hugh

Inventory Committee: Glenn, Dick, Frank

Proposed raising scholarship to $750 because of lack of takers. Discussion result in leaving scholarship at $500. Motion to table discussion until Doc discusses situation with instructors at MCC. Motion seconded and passed.

Announcements –

Snowbird Field day Wednesday, 26 February. Sign-up sheet being passed around.

Sign into Club Website to gain access to member information.

One slot left for program.

Looking for program presentations. Please consider what YOU can present or suggest.

Ham radio in park on Thursday mornings

Electronics special interest group meets in Red Mtn Library on Thursday afternoons.

Treasurer, Cliff, is still taking money for dues

Contact Bob and Laura for upgrade testing

Electronics class starts today at VO Ham Shack taught by Doc Cunningham

Wine tasting at Superstition Mountain Museum, and free lectures on Thursday.

Closing Activities:

Joke – Tom Liska—spell correction changed wifi to wife

Education Fund drawing-- $41 with $24 to Ed fund, $24 to winner, Chuck, W7CBR.

Attendance = 47 persons signed in

Drawing for Gold or Silver Coin raffle ticket – winner, Chuck, W7CBR

 

Nets: Monday, Paulette; Wednesday, Glenn; Friday, Glenn

DMR Net:

Golden Corral Day

Adjourned – 1040.

Respectfully submitted, Chuck Rogers, Secretary