Remember....We have our radio net that meets every Sunday morning on 3923 at  10:30 Local Time. 


   Your Net Manager is Paul, K1AFI.


The CLUB CALL  W1EFW  is used for all chapter related radio events.



Webmaster is Gary K1MQ.     

Email:  gary@qcwa149.org





     10:30 AM  

    Local Time

© 2020  QCWA Milt Chaffee      Memorial Chapter  149

Milton Chaffee Memorial Nutmeg Chapter 149

           of the Quarter Century Wireless Association



            Chapter News  

                 Dec 19, 2019

   Merry Christmas and Happy    Holidays from your QCWA Chapter    149 Officers!


 Online dues renewal is available via PayPal using the online dues pull down menu!  (see News Gallery for details)


Latest New Life Member :

   Wayne K. Baggott KA1OX

         Old Saybrook, CT.


Latest New Members:

        Harrison Fortier, Jr.  W1HAF

        Richard Moreau   W1EOY

        Donald Izzo          W1FYG


Check out our News Gallery for Latest News and Current  Events .





Our Winter Luncheon is on Saturday February 8, 2020 at:


                                   Nino's Restaurant  

                                625 Saybrook Road, Middletown, CT.

                                     Social hour begins at 11:30 AM.


     Our guest speaker will be Ken Burgess, KB1Z.  He will discuss the topic of noise location in relation to amateur radio.  Ken has previously presented us with a presentation on Violin construction and tuning several years ago.

"DOMINANT NOISE".  Those most annoying and fatiguing sources, that we will  work to remove.  


                 Get your reservations in ASAP for our headcount!


                     Lunch will be from "Off the Menu"

               We will have separate checks once again.                  

                        Let Gary, K1MQ know if you plan to attend!



Our November 2019 Luncheon  featured John Ellsworth from the Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of CT.  He presented an interesting talk about the museum's history and displayed a 1910 Superhetrodyne receiver that was designed by Edwin Armstrong...a first of it's kind!










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