North Alabama DX Club Banquet Information

This year we had the opportunity to take a very new approach to our NADXC Banquet. A lot is new here, but we’re sure you’ll like it.

We have a new radio museum in town – The Signals Museum of Information Explosion- and we’d like to show it off. Its location is at 1806 University Dr., about a mile due north of the Von Braun Center. Here’s a map from the VBCC to the Signals MIE:

Directions from the VBCC to Signals MIE:

This year’s banquet presentation will be provided by Gene Spinelli, K5GS.  Gene will share about his recent trip to Clipperton Island as part of the TX5S DXpedition.  The meal will be catered by Bubba’s Silver Spoon.  There will be many door prizes, including a grand prize that will be announced soon.

The banquet venue is a museum and doesn’t have a liquor license.  We can’t sell it, so we’ll just give it away.  Each dinner ticket sold will come with two (2) drink tickets for either beer or wine.  If you have ever been to a Dayton banquet, you know that beers there cost $7 apiece, so this could be quite a bargain.

You can purchase your ticket(s) at the following link:
NADXC Banquet Ticket(s) $45 each

If you are unable to pay with Paypal and would like to purchase tickets with a check, please email Barry Barton (bl_barton at to reserve tickets and then mail your check to:

Barry Barton, WA4HR
17 Power Station Road
Taft, TN 38488

Gene, K5GS, and the TX5S team on Clipperton Island.

Clipperton Island is an uninhabited island, owned by France, located in the North Pacific off the western coast of Mexico.