Selling an Icom W32A HT.
Below is a site for the specs and tells you what a couple of radios sold for.
The radio was is owned by a lady who's husband has a medical condition where they need to move into an assisted living facility.
Terry W7RNF says the radio sold new at $350.00
She would like something around $150.00
Here are some pictures of the radio and accessories:
April 2019 Minutes Placeholder
Sunlife ARC Presentations
Sunlife Business Meeting Minutes
18 March 2019
Meeting called to order 1000 by President Jerry Davis
Returning/New Members New—Larry Eldridge KF7DYM; Leaving—Glen & Jerry returning to Alaska, Earl Palmer leaving on 27th
Health and Welfare --Larry Aubuchon fell 1 and ½ weeks ago, his wife, Alice had blockage in heart, stent not working, in Banner Heart hospital. Hugh's wife, Vicki, had hip replacement, doing well. Mike Sauger's wife in now for heart procedure. Nick Spencer had bad bladder infection in December, doing better now, will be back with us soon.
Minutes of previous business meeting (18 Feb) read and approved as read.
Treasurer's Report-- Current Bank Balance $2293.92, petty cash $196.25. Moved and seconded to approve report as read. Vote, majority Aye, one nay, motion carried.
Old Business – Bob B reported on classes and postage charges. Classes produced 4 Extras, 3 Generals, and 5 techs. Postage from sending in results of 46 VE sessions since August with 155 applicants processed mostly new licenses or upgrades. Nationwide, 19% of hams are Extra Class, in this club 60% are Extras.
New Business – Tom and Jerry (don't laugh) are going to LaPaz county in May to deliver Raspberry Pi equipment to that club.
Audit Committee – Books are in great shape.
Inventory Committee – All equipment located, we have excess and unused equipment, will post equipment list on website. MOTION –auction off unneeded equipment and put proceeds into Education Fund. Seconded, Passed.
Authorization to make one scholarship available next year.
Nomination Committee—no additional nominations for the proposed slate of Club officers: President, Jerry Davis; Vice President, Sue Rogers; Secretary, Chuck Rogers; Treasurer, Cliff Bean.
MOTION: Accept proposed slate by acclimation , seconded, Passed
Badge orders-- now being accepted—see Frank after meeting.
Announcements – Titan Missile Museum trip this coming Thursday, 21 March.
George run library meeting on Thursday.
Electronics class this afternoon.
FoxHunt at Red Mountain Park this weekend. Byon will have equipment there if you want to participate.
Education Fund drawing-- $55 with $27.50 to Ed fund, $27.50 to winner, K7JLF.
Attendance = 40 persons signed in
Nets: Paulette Monday, Terry Wednesday,
Adjourned – 1030.
Golden Corral Day
18 February 2019
Meeting called to order 10:00 by President Jerry Davis
Dick McGregor, Augie's Brother-in-law; Tom's Mother-in-law, Happy Hapinstall, Joe M? From Anchorage AK, KL4QUU; Clyde Shrader, KJ7DXB, Bill Farina new EXTRA. K0DDA passed the extra.
Health and Welfare
Romeo—might be coming to the park in a week or so. Bob Mitchell, WB0IJJ, staph infection in heart; Shirley getting help from occupational therapist—slow improvement—Bill is tiring from his constant caregiving. Ellen Davis had biopsy to check cause of female bleeding.
Minutes of previous business meeting (14 Jan) read and approved as read.
Current Bank Balance $2901.63, petty cash $196.31. Education Fund $1151.55. Moved and seconded to approve report as read. Vote, majority Aye, one nay, motion carried. Nay person wanted to know if we would be dinged for monthly bank fee when the club is not in session. Answered no, would not if keep over $1000 in account.
Bob B reported on classes and postage charges. Classes produced 4 Extras, 3 Generals, and 5 techs. Postage from sending in results of 42 VE sessions since August with 137 people processed mostly new licenses or upgrades.
New Business --
Snowbird Field Day-- Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 33 people signed up so far. Sign up on the two lists being passed around for station set up and pot luck.
Motion made and seconded to appropriate up to $150 for meat for pot luck. Unanimously approved.
Don Bogle's grill being brought by Tom Goforth. Tom and Don cook meat. Bring own plates and flatware if desired—some will be provided. Bring some drinks if desired (no alcohol). Log sheets by Tom Goforth, QSLing handled by Nick. W7ASL is call sign. Venture Out Dick will bring sign. Eat at noon.
New Board at ARRL—many comments about new board becoming more transparent and trying to correct mistakes made by last boards, including expanding life membership program to include longevity payments, accessibility for blind hams, lowering QSL mailing fees, and sanction removal from SW District leader who had complained about non transparency.
Old GPS units might not work after April 9th because of rollover.
Support to LaPaz kids will be delivered and helped with installation in July by Jerry and Tom G.
There are now 50 members that have signed up for the website.
Upcoming hamfests announced: Scottsdale, DeVry, and Tucson
No programs needed for meetings this year
Cliff available to collect dues—If you haven't paid for this year, please do so.
Bob and Laura are testing at their home—call them for appointment
Thursday mornings we meet in the Red Mountain Park and put up antennas etc.
Special interest group meets every Thursday afternoon at Red Mountain Library to discuss and work on Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Cad design, 3D printing, etc. All are welcome.
Electronics class this afternoon led by Howard at 1330.
Code Classes each Monday 0900 at back of meeting room until April.
Today is Golden Corral day
Romeo has club antenna analyzer—when next seen should ask him about returning item.
Education Fund drawing--
$57 with $28.50 to Ed fund, $28.50 to winner, K8JFG.
Attendance = 48 persons signed in
Nets: Not addressed
Adjourned – 1047