Club Thank-You pictures
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Superstition ARC Issues Thank-Yous to its volunteers in 2012
Starting in March, Steve Estes, KB7KWK, President of the Club, began framed certificates and thank-you cards to the club volunteers. Here, below, are all of the photographs of each month's recipients of framed certificates.
A Big Thank-you is in order to Steve for pulling the membership together by recognizing the efforts of the workers among us.
In addition to these three who received framed certificates, several others were thanked with cards for their service to the club, including Gene, K8WQ and wife Jo, for their work in bringing the refreshments to the meeting. Come to think of it though, I'm not sure they have been bring any jelly doughnuts, which would fall right in with what WB7TJD stands for:
We B(r)ought 7 Tasty Jelly Doughnuts!
Paul, AD7PD was issued a Thank-You card for all the effort he has put in to document the club repeater. He has acquired hundreds of pages of the technical service manual that we were told did not exist when the previous technical committee turned over the keys.
The March Certificates in detail
Bill, KF7SZT is our new Activities director, and he was awarded a plaque for, as a new ham and new member, he has taken the Activities Committee and run with it.
Dave, K7AV, also received one for doing above and beyond the call of duty. He has the Treasurer's job, the Membership job, taken on the defunct newsletter and gotten it going again. Dave is the one at the table by the prizes in the meeting, collecting dues, selling tickets and keeping the books in order.
Oh. And he is one of the net control stations for the morning trivia DriveTime Net.
Tom, K8PNW got one, just because he has been helpful anytime someone asks. Tom, by the way can be found on www.aprs.fi, as K8PNW-7 riding his bicycle mobile or K8PNW-9 driving somewhere.
Tom is planning a 300-mile bicycle trip across from Lake Michigan to Lake St. Clair in the later part of June, and you can track his progress across Michigan. He covers about 50 miles each day. Several others got thank-you cards at the March meeting for all that they do in the club.
Tom is fond of calling out "Hello World!" when he announces his presence on the repeater.
Unfortunately, the certificate cannot be read in this picture, and I hope to get a better copy.
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