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Thank you for attending the 2015 Utah VHF Society Swap Meet

The 2015 Utah VHF Society Swapmeet was be held on Saturday, February 28, 2015 in Farmington at the Davis County Fair Park Legacy Events Center - the same place as it had been held for the past several years.  The turnout was improved over last year, possibly due to the better weather and later starting time.

Amongst the buying and selling of items and exchange of junque, there also occurred the 2015 Utah VHF Society "business meeting" amongst the hubbub where the original officers were retained, save the election of Mike Groves, KD7MG who replaces John Mabey, W7CWK, who is retiring after many years of exemplary service.  John will continue to serve "emeritus" in an unofficial capacity offering his vast wealth of knowledge to the Utah VHF Society and the amateur community in general:  If you see John, be sure to thank him for his service and if you see Mike, be sure to welcome him!

If you are a current Utah VHF Society member and did not get the 2015 booklet, please contact the UVHFS President, Mel Parkes using the THIS LINK.  If you are not a Utah VHF Society member but would still like to be, click on the "How to Join or Renew UVHFS Membership" link to the left - and you can still get a 2015 booklet!

We hope to see you at the 2016 swap meet!

Are you planning to attending the 2015 Utah Hamfest, and why not?

The 2015 Utah Hamfest is scheduled to occur from July 31 through August 2 at Ruby's Inn near Bryce Canyon National Park.  As has been the case in previous years this will coincide with the ARRL Rocky Mountain Division Convention.

For more information, please visit the "official" web site for this event at:

Please note:  If you contact Ruby's Inn and ask for rooms, please mention reservation code "31G" to get the best price and room availability.  If you do not mention this code, the rooms specially reserved for the Hamfest may not be available to you.  Even if there are no more rooms available at the Ruby's inn there is other lodging nearby.

See you there!
UVHFS President Mel Parkes,
From the
Utah VHF Society president

Mel Parkes

Thanks to all Utah VHF Society members!

As your president I would like to take a moment to express my appreciation to all those who are members of the Society.  We have experienced many issues this year that have required us to spend a great deal of funds to assist with a number of repeater site repairs, upgrades, and to build new sites.

Without your support none of this would have been possible, thanks for your dues and continued membership.  In addition we appreciate your membership as we have grown to the point now where we have become the largest Amateur Radio Organization in the State of Utah.

Thanks again and please continue to invite and encourage your fellow hams to become part of the Utah VHF Society.

Questions, updates, or comments pertaining to this web page may be directed to: uvhfs@utahvhfs.org

DO NOT SEND MEMBERSHIP QUERIES TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS!  Questions regarding your membership status may be directed to the Treasurer of the Utah VHF SocietyFor the status of your UVHFS membership, check the "How to Join or Renew" page first!

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