Radio Sale co-chair Charlie Kent and Dick Wisher, the winner of the Zenith radio that was raffled at the Radio Sale.
This Zenith radio was restored, refinished and donated to our raffle by Ed Tompkins.
Brian Kidd, aka the Unipiper, provided entertainment at our radio sale.
KISN 95.1’s Ken Seymour was on hand to draw the winning raffle ticket for the Zenith radio that was awarded to the holder of the winning ticket.
To purchase NWVRS hats, jackets, name badges or shirts, please contact Wendy Kent at 503-281-9335.
Regular meeting at Abernethy Grange.Tech Talk: Gary Sanders will talk about Zenith Wave Magnet Antennas. Also, there will be a presentation on the Tektronix Museum. For the Monthly Feature: antennas and related equipment (home-brew, antique, Mag. loops, tuners, etc.).
TRASH BASH: Bring your radio parts to give away and take something precious home for free. Leftovers will be recycled at Metro.
Regular meeting at Abernethy Grange.
Hello to NWVRS members
My name is Joe Coco, I run a small business selling components for antique and vintage electronic devices. Capacitors, dial lamps, vintage cassette and reel to reel belt kits with instructions. I am also part on the NEARC club here in New England. I am the web master for them, and have been involved in other capacities for the last 25 years.
We would love to make new connections with your club, and members. We are offering your club members a 15% discount on all our products for the month of July. We are known for value and service, so another 15% is a great deal to offer. In return we hope to gain the trust of some of your members.
We can send pens, and/or reusable bags. We would also consider a $25 gift certificate as a door prize, or donation to your club. Please pass this on, and let me know if there anything else you need.
Coupon code at check out: NEWJULY
Enter this code and hit “recalculate”
THANK YOU for your support.
Joe Coco WJOE Radio, LLC www.wjoe.com
The vintageTEK museum invites you to our Grand Opening at our new location on the Tektronix campus.
Saturday, July 22nd -- 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
13489 SW Karl Braun Dr
Beaverton, OR, 97077
Our location is on the southeast side of Building 13, just to the right of the RAMs store and near the intersection of Terman and Karl Braun streets. Some parking is available in front. Additional parking on the east side of the building is accessible from SW Hocken Avenue.
Note some map applications show this address in the wrong location on the Tektronix campus. A map showing our location is on our website at vintagetek.org
Admission is free, refreshments will be available, and we will have a number of volunteers available to assist you.
Come see our new enlarged showroom with many new exhibits. In addition to the showroom we also have a classroom to facilitate both educational needs and meetings.
There is a photo tour of the new museum on the website vintagetek.org under Exhibits. We have also expanded the website with articles of interest, showcases of specific exhibits, new videos and photos, and resources. Please visit us on the web at vintagetek.org.