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NARC Annual Meeting and Swap

Sunday September 17, 2017
at the Newly Remodeled Pavek Museum

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The 2017 Northland Antique Radio Club annual meeting will be at 12:00 noon on September 17th at the Pavek Museum, located at 3517 Raleigh Ave., St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

As usual, an old radio swap meet will be held in the parking lot from around 10-11:00 am, preceding the annual meeting. This is typically a small swap, with 10 to 15 vendors. It is FREE to sell and no registration is required, so bring some old radios to sell! The museum will open around 11:00 am, giving us time to check out how it has been remodeled this summer, to see what might be for sale in the back room, and to wander around the museum and visit with the other collectors before the meeting starts.

Promptly at 12:00 noon the meeting will begin inside the museum with Steve Raymer providing the president's view on how things went over the last year. Jim Thompson will recap the May event and Greg Farmer will give a brief financial report and announce election results.

The election for officers ballot was mailed to all current members in the most recent newsletter. If other club members are interested in being an officer, they can write in their name or please let us know that you'd like to be on the ballot next year. The term of office will be October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018. Running for office are: Steve Raymer as NARC president, Alan Jesperson as Vice President, Greg Farmer as Secretary and Mary Farmer as Treasurer. Please take time to fill out and send in the ballot!

Finally, please bring along a radio that you've recently found and let us see it! It's always fun to see what's been found at flea markets, auctions, estate sales, garage sales, or wherever. Prizes will be awarded this year to the best 'Find'. This is always an enjoyable event with good participation.

Remember this event is FREE for all current and renewing members!

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