The Corporate Annual General Meeting of the Scarborough Amateur Radio Club took place on January 10th, 2005 in the Seniors Lounge, The Mid-Scarborough Recreation Centre, 2467 Eglinton Ave. East.
As you can see by the turnout, the Scarborough Amateur Radio Club Christmas
Party 2004 was well attended.
June 6, 2004 Scarborough ARES Group: Event Report
Members of the Scarborough ARES Group, members of Toronto ARES Group and regular members of the Scarborough Amateur Radio Club assisted with communications at the 60th Anniversary of D-Day Event conducted by the Ontario Government.
On Saturday June 12th 2004, the Mid-Scarborough Recreation Centre held a "Fair" to show the folks who live in Scarborough a little of what the Mid-Scarborough Centre offers. Besides the two large rinks there are various organizations that have activities centered around the Mid-Scarborough Complex.
There is the active Scarborough Rifle Club, a Snooker Club, a Euchre, Cribbage, Bridge group, special Karate for the hard of hearing, various dance activites, then of course a large Sea Cadet group, an Air Cadet group, and a very active Seniors group.
The Scarborough Amateur Radio Club is also one of these many user-groups. Last year was the second year that The Scarborough Amateur Radio Club was invited to take part in the Mid-Scarborough Recreation Centre Fair. The idea was to show the public what our radio club is all about. Continue reading Scarborough Fair 2004
Photos by Mike Krumov VA3MVK and Edward Kuhn VA3EDO
Article by Doug Netherton, VE3MCF
I found these photographs in a photo envelope. However, did not write a date on anything, so I'm not sure what year it was. I'm guessing 1988 based on what I see in the photographs (and who I see in them). Also, not everybody's name is indicated, so there are a few unknowns. Select each of the thumbnails below to examine the photo and its information.
Here is a copy of the order received by one of our founders, Mr Vince Graham, VE3AXB on the occasion of the outbreak of World War II to cease operations.
In this picture you see Leo Kelly VE3HUN now silent key, presenting Gord Hogarth VE3CNA & Audrey Little VA3YD of our archive committee the original Cease Fire Order that ended the Second World War on the Western Front for British, Canadian & Polish troops. The President that night, Bob Chrysler VE3IEL looks on.
The Scarborough Amateur Radio Club created the CQ-NR Trophy in 1966. It was presented to the winner of the annual competition for Scarborough members operating in the combined A.R.R.L. Novice Roundup and S.A.R.C. CW contest. The trophy was donated to the club by Ed Charlton, VE3FCE, and Jim Ashfield, VE3FOE.