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40th Annual Crim Festival Of Races - Special Event:

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Hello fellow Amateur Radio Operators.  To celebrate the 40th Annual Crim Festival of Races, the Genesee County Radio Club in association with GCARES, will be running a special event station on Saturday August 27th, 2016.  We will be operating on 7.200 MHz (+/- 7 kHz), 14.230 MHz (+/- 7 kHz) and on 146.460 MHz FM from 7 am EDT (1100Z) until 10 am EDT (1400Z).  A special QSL card will be available for confirmed QSO's during the event.  Send your completed QSL card with an SASE to the club address.

Come help us celebrate one of Michigan's premier road races! 

For more information, please visit the following:  www.w8acw.org, www.crim.org, www.arrl.org.

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75th Anniversary - Special Event:

In December 2008, the Club commemorated our 75th Aniversary with a special event weekend. Club members were on the air (all bands & all modes) using the W8ACW call sign Saturday December 20th and Sunday December 21st. We have prepared a 75th Anniversary QSL card. Please send SASE via K8LJG, our Trustee and request this special QSL. If you would like to include a donation with your SASE to help offset the expense of these cards, your contribution will be greatly appreciated.

Club History:

The Genesee County Radio Club, Inc. was founded in 1933 in Flint Michigan by a group of amateur radio (ham) operators. From these early days, the club evolved into a group of citizens dedicated to communications excellence, right up to this day. Currently the group operates under the club callsign W8ACW. In addition the club operates 2 repeaters, one VHF and the other UHF. Also, the club holds a VE session at the Southern Lakes branch of Mott Community College on Thompson Road between Flint and Fenton. The club was awarded the Edison Amateur Radio Award in 1953 following the tireless work by club members following the devastating Beecher tornado in June of that year. Since that time, the club has participated in various emergency activities ranging from drills to traffic-handling for Operation Desert Storm, to support nets during the tremendous Midwest flooding during the summer of 1993.

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