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Farewell Dinner for David and Elizabeth Haycock

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ARCA will be hosting a farewell dinner for David (KI6AWR) and Elizebeth (K0EAH) Haycock on Wednesday, April 8th at 6 pm. Join us at the Pier 29 Restaurant in Alameda to celebrate their many years with the  Amateur Radio Club of Alameda.

David has led the club in so many capacities, taught so many classes and mentored so many members that it is difficult to know where to begin crediting him for his contributions.

If you would like to come to see David and Elizebeth off on their life's latest adventure, we will need your RSVP by this Saturday in order to reserve you a seat. Send RSVPs to Jim Wright. Spouses and significant others are welcome.

For more information about the dinner, click on Invitation.  You can see the menu at Pier 29 Early Bird Menu.

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