Club Notes | Sunday morning
Lewis Clark Valley Amateur Radio Club (N7LCV)
There were 12 members at the group meeting on September 16, chaired by President Jason Frawley.
There were two new members in attendance, Jerry Bennett and Clint Johnson.
Members held discussions on the club’s flyers and business cards.
A discussion took place on the 503c status update and American Radio Relay League membership, and members were advised that this will continue once the group receives a federal ID number. Edward Clark, trustee, will testify.
Members presented their suggestions for a club logo, and members decided to tag the entries and the one with the most tags would be accepted.
“Infrastructure” was the theme of the workshop.
The next meeting will be on October 21 at 6 p.m. at the Frawley store, 3711 22nd St., Lewiston.
Tom Eier was the toastmaster of the September 23 club reunion.
Chance Brumley gave a speech titled “Forestry Simplified” and it was reviewed by Patti Mann.
David Carringer was a grammarian and the word of the day was “chastise”. Pete Gertonson led the table topics, Bruce Neu was the general assessor, and Larry Ferguson was the summon / timekeeper. Ferguson and Brumley tied for best table subjects.
Members of the club’s board met on September 8 via Zoom.
After considering several options and ongoing events, attendees decided to cancel all in-person meetings until January, and the board will reconsider that decision in December.
Members plan to continue the tradition of donating to the food bank in December.
The club’s project, “The Reading Mother Challenge,” will run from October 1 to May 31. The goal is for participants to read all of the book titles printed on the hem of the skirt of the bronze statue at the Lewiston City Library. Registration can be done at lewistonlibrary.org or by visiting the library, 411 D St.