Miscellaneous Pictures

The last meeting of 2010 was the Christmas Party. The snow did not keep this group from attending.
CPARC grew to nearly 50 members in 2010. Activity on CPARC's 2 Meter repeater also improved.
Sam Raper and Jim Walker inspect the merchandise at the 2011 yqard sale.
Members find time to enjoy a warm sunny spring day in the Big Lots parking lot.
CPARC Treasurer Al Perkins looks pleased with the 2011 yard sale cash receipts.
One of many customers adds to the CPARC treasury, after making his decision.
Another gathering at DQ.
Cumberland County amateur radio operators meet at the Crossville DQ on RT. 127 (N. Main St.) weekday mornings.
A gathering of local hams at the Dairy Queen on RT. 127 on a Monday in May 2016.
A few CPARC hams at the RT. 127 Dairy Queen. Left to right: Bill, Bob, Artie, Bill, and Harold.
ARES coordinator Jim Orleff, left, holds CPARC's first emergency exercise planning session.
Another view of the ARES planninig session on OCT. 30, 2013 at the Main St. Dairy queen.
Four of a much larger group of hams celebrating the 85th birthday of one of CPARC's early members.
Two of the earliest members of CPARC, an amateur radio club tracing its origin to over 50 years ago.
County hams meet for the February CPARC breakfast at Shoney's at RT. 127 & RT. 40.
Breakfast is held the 3rd Thursday at 8:15AM. The gathering is 2nd largest after Airport meetings.
CPARC members support their club with 2009 yard sale donations and their time.
The 2009 CPARC yard sale at the Big Lots parking lot was organized by Pete Tifffany, KT4BW.
CPARC Treasurer, Bill Whitaker, W4TOJ, handles the money as the yard sale cashier.
CPARC Vice President, Bill Melton, N4TRK, and his truck, help haul away what's left.
Three hams representing CPARC at a 2016 exposition in Fairfield Glade near Crossville.