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Dec. 8th at 1830(6:30pm) at the EAA Hanger. We will eat about 1900(7:00pm). Starting at 2000(8:00pm) to about 2040(8:40pm), will be games and after a short meeting and presentation of Ham of the Year award and wrap up 2017. If you didn't signup for the meal you may arrive after 2000(8:00pm) for the party and short meeting.
There is no regular meeting in December on the second Tuesday.
The next regular meeting for GARS is January, the second Tuesday of the month.
Third Tuesday of every month (except December). Doors will open at 6:30pm – the Workshop starts at 7pm. The Workshops will begin with a brief presentation followed by questions and answers in a discussion group[...]
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Meeting Location and Time
Meeting on the second Tuesday of the month except December at 1900.
Located at the EAA hanger. Briscoe Field Lawrenceville, Ga near the intersection of highway 316 and Hi-Hope Road and Airport Road monitor 147.075 + PL 82.5
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Join the GARS 2m net on Monday at 1930 on frequency 147.075+ pl82.5
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