Isnt that what AGM stands for, oh in that case it must have been the 2018 Annual General Meeting for NDARC instead. Either way the meeting proved to be another great meeting, with a very healthy attendance by members. Election for the committee were held with the current officers of the club retaining their original seats, a small ammendment to the general committee occured as one member stepped down and the committee was pleased to welcome into its ranks Callum one of the clubs younger members by a unanomous decision. The remainder of the meeting centred around the achievements the club had received during the 2017 season and the opportunities which lay ahead during 2018. The membership thanked the committee for their ongoing support and leadership of the club. The club meets again on the 16th February for a talk by Callum Whitehall & Lee Hall on "Preparedness In The Modern Age"
Its crazy to think that Christmas has finished, the turkey is all but eatten and now we firmly welcome in 2018. The start of the new year is not the only thing we welcome, as we are pleased to announce the arrival of our new website with a new feel and a host of new features aimed to provide members and visitors with something they can return to time and time again.
Christmas brought a welcome gift for Norman Pilling and Andrew Whattling as exam success came to both. The club assisted Norman, providing assistance with the Practical Assessment, and providing the venue to sit his exam. Andrew a member of Nuneaton & District Amateur Radio club for a number of years successfully sat and passed his Advanced Exam using the newly launched RSGB Online Exam. The club would like to congratulate both on their achievement and look forward to hearing them on the air.
Success came calling for one happy member when Callum M6CUG was awarded the Leading Young Operator Certificate from the RSGB for his 2017 6m UKAC results. Awarded to the higest placing under 18 participant within each UKAC section, the club as a whole and definatly the Contesting Team wanted to congratulate Callum on his success, and keep its fingers firmly crossed for more success in the 2018 season.