[SECC] SECC Meeting Minutes - June 7, 2003
aa4lr at arrl.net
Sat Jun 28 16:15:34 EDT 2003
Minutes from the SECC meeting at the Atlanta Hamfest -- June 7, 2003.
Lacking any other officers, the club secretary AA4LR presided over the
* First order of business was the election of new officers to serve the
term beginning August 1st. K4EA was nominated from the floor for
president. A slate of nominations for the other offices was provided by
K4NO as published on the reflector: K4BAI - vice president, NK4U -
treasurer, AA4LR - secretary.
All officers were affirmed by acclaimation:
K4EA - president
K4BAI - vice president
NK4U - treasurer
AA4LR - secretary
* Georgia QSO Party (GQP) was also a topic of much discussion. Since
KD3UC wasn't in attendance, there was some concern over getting the
results published. KU8E volunteered to check with Jeff and help him with
the results. KU8E also said he was willing to judge the contest the next
We voted to keep the GQP the same weekend next year (3rd weekend in
April), even though it will likely conflict with Easter Sunday.
We voted to add a stipulation to the GQP rules -- that any log of more
than 100 QSOs would only be considered for an award if it were submitted
in electronic form (eg Cabrillo).
* In new business, K4SB is the trustee of the South East Contest Club
station license KG4ZFU. Ed will be looking to adopt a good vanity call
for this license. Ed then wants to transfer the trusteeship to a younger
active member. KU8E voluneered to take on the trusteeship after Ed
obtains a nwe call.
* Membership Roster. Our roster has a number of inactive members, or
members who have moved away from the area. AA4LR will be contacting
everyone on the membership list in the next couple of months. This has a
two-fold purpose: encourage activity from our members as well as remove
inactive or disinterested members from our roster.
Thanks to K4BAI for taking notes during the meeting.
Respectfully submitted, Bill, AA4LR.
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: aa4lr at arrl.net
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