Radio - Octoberfest in NorthEast
Yuri Blanarovich (K3BU)
September 28, 2002
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Come and have radio-octoberfest fun!
You are all invited to (Radio) "Uktoberfest" at Mountainview Resort Verkhovyna (dance hall) in Glen Spey, NY (NY,NJ,PA tri-state area) hosted by the Tesla Radioclub and Ukrainian-American Cultural Foundation - UACF on Saturday, October 5, 2002, starting at 3:00 pm till ???
Come and have fun meeting other hams, DXers, contesters, while having good time and drinking Spaten Oktoberfest and Ukrainian Obolon beer. Enjoy Ukrainian food (special kobassy/wurst, kapusta/sauerkraut, pyrohy/pirogi, sweets) and German food (sauerbraten, spatzel, red cabbage, apple strudel), listen or dance to endless polka's by Czornozem live band and DJ Yurko-Durko. Wear your badge, hat or shirt with callsign proud and meet other radio aficionados around the "radio" table reserved for hams. Free admission to Hams, firemen, police officers, just show your badge.
142 acre Verkhovyna - MountainView Resort is the new home to Tesla Radioclub N2EE station.
Join the semiserious discussion of how many towers do we need to put up there.
Come, check it out, join the club and get a free beer. Bring your family and friends.
Take Hwy. 84 to Port Jervis, NY exit 1; follow Rt. 6 through Port Jervis to traffic light with Rt. 97/42 signs, go through and follow Rt. 97 west for 10.8 miles to Pond Eddy ("Nolan's" motel on right, bridge on left), turn right onto High Rd. (Rt. 41), go up the steep hill for 1.7 miles, Verkhovyna is on the left.
Plenty of parking.
More info, maps and satellite view of the resort are at www.Verkhovyna.com home page under directions.
See you all there and join us yodeling in Morse code :-)
Nazdorovya, Ein Prosit!
pres. Tesla Radioclub,
host of Uktoberfest
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