CVARC held a VE session on October 9th. There were six candidates and six new licenses or upgrades were earned, five Technician and one Extra. Those who earned new licenses or upgrades at the session were:
Eric Stalnaker Technician KN6WEG
Jack Burgess Technician KN6WFZ
Craig Grimm Extra KD6NFD
Nick Brandly Technician KN6WEA
Kathy Fahey Technician KN6WEB
Terrie Biederman Technician KN6WEC
CVARC conducts exams on the second Sunday of each even-numbered month. The next session is scheduled for Sunday, December 11, 2022, at 8:30 A.M. at the East County Sheriff’s Station. All applicants must preregister. No walk-ins will be admitted. To register, or if you have questions, please contact Andy Ludlum at 818-370-3402. (email@example.com)
CVARC VE sessions are sanctioned by the ARRL VEC and are made possible by a team of experienced Volunteer Examiners. Participating Volunteer Examiners at the session included: David Schmidt-AI6VX, Ken Sandberg-KS3I, Zak Cohen-N6PK, Robert Shank-KM6RSS, and Keith Elliott-W6KME.
CVARC Volunteer Examiners donate their time to help advance amateur radio and their assistance is greatly appreciated. VE sessions are one of the components that help CVARC qualify for the ARRL’s Special Service Club designation.
Submitted by Andy Ludlum-K6AGL, CVARC VE Session Coordinator