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Reminder 2014 WIA Annual Conference

Date : 16 / 04 / 2014
Author : Trent Sampson - VK4TS

We are getting to the pointy end of the WIA Conference planning and need to firm up numbers.
If you are planning to come and enjoy the Sunshine Coast ensure that you have registered by on line at the following Link Even if you are only attending the AGM we need to confirm numbers for seating arrangements.

The Sunshine Coast where you will experience a laid-back lifestyle centred around pristine beaches, freshwater rivers and lakes, subtropical forests and warm sunshine. From the naturally stylish Noosa, to the family fun of Coolum, Maroochydore, Mooloolaba and Caloundra, to the cool and creative hinterland villages of Maleny, Montville and Mapleton. Any destination you choose for your Sunshine Coast holiday will fill your body, mind and soul with an enduring sense of warmth.

The weekend program will commence on Friday evening at the Alexandra Heads Surf Life Saving Club and there will be several breakout options for like minded amateurs to get together.
  On Saturday morning the WIA Annual General Meeting followed by the Open Forum will be held in the Shed at Aussie World with lunch provided for all registered attendees. On Saturday afternoon a technical symposium is being planned.
  On Saturday evening the Annual Dinner will be held in the Shed at Aussie World.
  Sunday will feature a visit to the Sunshine Coast base of the RACQ Rescue Helicopter and various rescue venues on the Mooloolaba spit culminating in a visit to Underwater World. For those not traveling back to their home QTH on Sunday afternoon and who will be staying on Sunday evening, then the host club the Sunshine Coast Amateur Radio Club would like to invite you to a relaxing evening BBQ at SCARC HQ. The cost for the Sunday evening BBQ will be $10 per person, alcoholic drinks will be BYO soft drinks will be available.


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