W5SC is being used to publicize SARC business meetings. It can be used for other things like promotion of VEC testing and classes. Members of the W5SC Yahoo Group can and have asked each other technical questions or sought assistance.
W5SC is a closed group. To become a member, go to groups.yahoo.com. (You may need to have a Yahoo account.) This will take you to a website where your groups, if any, are shown with a Search Group box at the top. Enter W5SC. This will take you to the search results page with W5SC on it. Select W5SC to go to the W5SC Yahoo Group. You will then need to select + Join Group. This generates a message. SARC members can expect approval to join the W5SC in probably less than 24 hours.
The @SARadioClub is being used to publicize SARC meetings. It can be used for other things like promotion of VEC testing and classes.
As Radio Fiesta 2018 work has not yet commenced, the @ARadioFiesta is currently in standby mode for the January 13, 2018 Radio Fiesta.
SARC members are encouraged to follow both Twitter accounts.
The newsletter editor is making posts about SARC meetings and other activities. Any Officer, Committee Chairperson, or member who believes that they have information that should be posted to this page should contact the newsletter editor using the contact information for the newsletter editor on page 2 of this newsletter.
SARC members are encouraged to follow this Facebook Page.
Slack teams are meant to foster communication between team members. Paul Guido, N5IUT, has established the w5sc.slack.com team for SARC. He has also established some channels. Think of the channels as topical areas.
To join send an email to Paul Guido, N5IUT, at firstname.lastname@example.org. In actuality, any team member already a part of the w5sc.slack.com can invite you, but Paul is known to be on it.