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Upcoming SMRC Events

Hamfest Steering Committee will meet  each Wednesday night on , Aug 13 and Aug 2oth , 2014

6:30p.m. Shoney’s Church St. Murfreesboro, TN

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Our next  club meeting will held on Sept 13, 2014

at the Shoney’s Resteraunt at 1950 S Church St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130
(615) 890-6895

and as usual it will be at   2p.m. to greet and eat and 3p.m. to meet..

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The October meeting will be held on October 11, 2014 at the

Shoney’s Resteraunt in Smyrna, TN on South Lowry Street.

and as usual it will be at 2p.m. to greet and eat and 3p.m. to meet..

 

Upcoming Local Events

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2014  34th Annual Cedars Of Lebanon Hamfest

August 23, 2014

hamfest flyer ( click to enlarge)

COL Hamfest flyer

visit : http://smrclub.com/ for more hamfest information.

Attention!!
Ham Vendors…
Prep Vendors…

Get  registered  for your space today. You can sign up on our member website.

For general information about our 2014 hamfest,check out our information page.

Full Menu of food and drink  Concessions will be for sale  during the hamfest by :

Copy of Smoking Dave's Logo1

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other local events …….

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W4WRB operating as W1AW/4 Nashvile, TN 3/20/2014

The Nashville Amateur Radio Club hosted along with the Tennessee Contest Group, the special event staion W1AW/4 in commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the ARRL on March 20, 2014. The above video is an excerpt of  Randy Bee W4WRB  during his 11 minutes of glory, operating as W1AW/4 Music City USA, Nashville TN.

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