[RAC-Bulletin] New RAC Maple Leaf Operator Levels now available: Silver and Gold.

Radio Amateurs of Canada is pleased to announce two new levels of RAC Maple Leaf Operator Memberships: Silver and Gold
 

The Maple Leaf Operator Membership is a special, premium membership level designed for individuals who wish to more directly sponsor RAC and its activities, above and beyond standard membership contributions.
All Maple Leaf Operators receive the same benefits as a regular RAC member but, in addition, every Maple Leaf Operator is acknowledged in each issue of The Canadian Amateur magazine, by name and call sign, for as long as they remain at MLO status.
 
As part of our 25th Anniversary celebrations, we have created two new categories of our Maple Leaf Operators (MLO) Membership level: Silver and Gold.
Other national Amateur Radio organizations – as well as non-Amateur organizations supported by membership – have several levels of participation allowing those who are able to do so to make higher contributions to sustain the organization. The new Silver and Gold Maple Leaf Operator levels will make this possible.
 
​By becoming a Maple Leaf Operator (MLO) at one of the three levels of membership listed below your contribution will directly support RAC’s programs:
Bronze: $100 per year (plus applicable taxes) provides approximately $44 per year in additional funds to sustain RAC and to help it grow
Silver: $500 per year (plus applicable taxes) provides approximately $444 per year to RAC
 
Gold: $1,000 per year (plus applicable taxes) provides approximately $944 each year to RAC
If you are able to do so please join our new Maple Leaf Operator Program at whatever level you can. To upgrade now, please call us at 1-877-273-8304 or contact RAC HQ, Monday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm ET.
For more information visit: http://wp.rac.ca/maple-leaf-operator/

 

Alan Griffin
RAC MarCom Director

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The southern interior of BC is flooding. Over 2 million sandbags deployed, over two thousand people evacuated and a total of 22 evacuation orders/alerts in place. In the northern part of the Province fire is the concern.   Make sure you maintain contact with local media especially if you are travelling in these areas.