Utah VHF Society
(A non-profit IRS 501(c)(3) organization )
 

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UVHFS Site moved - but you shouldn't have noticed!

The Utah VHFS Society web site has been moved from its previous hosting location to Xmission - a move necessitated by the previous host shutting down operations.

If all has gone well, you shouldn't notice any difference in the Utah VHF Society web site and the way that it works - except for one thing:  The "Detail" link in the repeater database (the § symbol) is not yet working:  We made an attempt to make it work, but have not had the time to delve into it too deeply.

At this time we would like to thank Xmission, a Salt Lake based Internet Service Provider, for providing a home for the UVHFS web site and we encourage you to consider using their services should the need arise.  For more information on Xmission's services, click on the banner at the bottom of this page.


Thank you for your support at the 2019 Utah VHF Society Swap Meet

The 2019 Utah VHF Society Swap Meet was held on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Davis County Fairgrounds and the turnout seemed to be better than in recent-past years.

At the meeting accompanying the swap meet, the previous years' officers were re-elected by acclaimation.

If you were not able to attend the swap meet and have not gotten your copy of the 2019 UVHFS booklet, please contact Mel Parkes, the Utah VHF Society president.

See you next year!


UVHFS President Mel Parkes, NM7P
From the
Utah VHF Society president

Mel Parkes
NM7P



Thanks to all Utah VHF Society members!

As we approach a new year I would like to let you know that we have had a very busy year and have completed many projects and helped support many groups with their repeater projects.  As your President I would like to announce that we are growing and The Society really appreciates all your support as members, we have grown to the point now where we have become the largest Amateur Radio Organization in the State of Utah, our membership is now almost at 600 members. 

I would like to take a moment to express my appreciation to all those who are members of the Society.  Thanks again and please continue to invite and encourage your fellow hams to become part of the Utah VHF Society.

If you every have any questions or concerns please let me know.  nm7p@msn.com 


Thanks to all Utah VHF Society members!

Supporting the Idaho portion of the Intermountain Intertie

After much discussion the Utah VHF Society Officers have agreed to begin an initial effort to ask the Idaho hams who would like to support the Idaho portion of the Intertie System to join the Utah VHF Society. 

Any funds obtained through this effort or any donations we obtain  from Idaho hams
will be dedicated to Idaho Intertie System repeaters.  Enough funds were raised via recent efforts to address some crucial needs, such as the purchase of new batteries for the Sawtell (West Yellowstone) repeater site and upgrade and maintenance for other projects.  As more funds become available additional improvements will be made to the Idaho system.  

If you want to help with this effort you may do so through the Utah VHF Society (contact information is here).  Any funds obtained through this effort or any donations we obtain from Idaho hams will be dedicated to Idaho Intertie System repeaters.  Please mark your membership and or donations for Idaho.



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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