Contacting the Superstition Amateur Radio Club
NOW IN EFFECT:
NEW PHONE # FOR VICE-PRESIDENT STEVE N7CPU
Send Texts to: (480) 331-3710 (Google Voice)
Home Phone: (480) 969-3373 (Voice Only)
The Cell Phone is No Longer.
Contact the Superstition Amateur Radio Club
- UPDATE: NO EMAIL ADDRESSES @WB7TJD.ORG
I have run across and removed wording to the contrary from this space.
- We do not send or receive email from the public at any email address ending in "@wb7tjd.org."
Please note that you may contact us by way of any email address listed on this page. Thank you!
By Postal Mail:
By Email or Phone:
President Steve Estes, KB7KWK:
Send Email to the President
Vice President Steve Bowen, N7CPU: 480-969-3373 -- Landline Phone
Text Messaging: (480) 331-3710 -- Google Voice
Send Email to the Vice President
Larry Kuck, WB7C 480-YUMA-AZ-8 (480-986-2298)
Douglas Mitchell, W7ADD
Please direct questions about membership to:
- Membership Committee
- Your single message will be sent to each member of the committee.
- PLEASE use this committee address to report not receiving your newsletter, or receiving it at a wrong email address.
Health and Welfare:
Chairman: Dianne Hoffman KD7DJEContact Dianne with any info
Chairman: Nick Perysian KG7EQC
Director: Steve Bowen, N7CPU: Send Email to the Director
Chairman: Bill Cawthorne, KF7SZT: Email the Activities Chairman
Chairman: Steve Bowen, N7CPU (480) 634-0067
Please contact Steve to report issues with the repeater.
Dave Muller, Editor. Please see Articles needed! for contact info.
Web Site Corrections and Submissions, Reporting:
We now have three web sites, each under different management.
Web Site Admin:
Larry Kuck, WB7C
If you see any errors on wb7tjd.org,
PLEASE contact the Web Site Admin.
Your help is greatly appreciated!
Superstition ARC SuperFest 2014 Information
Please contact SuperFest Chairman Dan DeVliger, KG7EOL at: email@example.com
Steve, N7CPU is the admin for the Forum. As people sign up on the Forum, Steve or Global Moderator Douglas Mitchell, W7ADD elevate club members' privileges.
Please contact Steve. N7CPU] for assistance with the forum. This information is updated in August 2014.
Proboards calls the site a Forum, and each section a Board, whereas other forum sites may refer to the site as Forums, and each section a Forum. I bring this distinction to your attention, because some may think a "Board" is limited to the Board (of Directors).
Please do sign up and participate.