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Re: Myers Repeater Move

Robin WA7CPA
 

Thanks guys!
73, Robin, WA7CPA


On Sun, Jan 23, 2022 at 3:42 PM Rowland <rowland.brasch@...> wrote:
Here we are moving the Myers repeater to Rowlands house for testing. 


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Thanks,
Rowland


Myers Repeater Move

Rowland
 

Here we are moving the Myers repeater to Rowlands house for testing. 


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Thanks,
Rowland


Re: ARRL news podcast

Lou Giliberto (KD7HCW)
 

I, too, welcome this addition. Nice idea

-Lou


Sent from ProtonMail mobile



-------- Original Message --------
On Jan 22, 2022, 5:31 PM, Rowland < rowland.brasch@...> wrote:

Sounds good to me Ken!


Thanks,

Rowland



On Fri, Jan 21, 2022 at 6:15 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Good afternoon,

I would like to discuss adding the ARRL news letter to the repeater once a week when others might be able to listen to it. Perhaps a friday afternoon around 6 or 7 PM with a 15 minute link up time as news is less than 15 minutes with breaks every 90 seconds so repeater does not time out.

This is possible on the node now as it can  link to experimental nodes due to mod in irlp/environment those that know the node it is clearly labeled in the file. I have already added a script that works also. The only thing needed is agreement if we want this and add cron to link and disconnect at agreed times.  

Those that like we can have a linkup to listen to what this cast has for information and content.

All that is needed to disconnect is #73 DTMF to the repeater for priority use, but also see information on Groups on how to use IRLP and EchoLink on the repeater. Let me know if updates are needed to this and will do.

This is a link to the newsletter for more info and listen online. 


Looking for feedback.

Ken W7ECK



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 7:54 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I have been messing around with my node after some discussions on IRLP groups.

I found a way to modify the custom environment to allow experimental nodes. You might ask , long story short the pob cast that is online can be accessed over the repeater with some changes in the IRLP node. The broadcast is about 10-15 minutes long and drops every 90 seconds to not lock up the repeater and can be stopped via DTMF #73 at any time.

The only other repeater that seems to do the information is in Vancouver WA.

From what I have tried on my node this is possible on the Cougar repeater with slight mod of Environment file and some cron changes for auto access we could have this come up perhaps in the afternoon after 2pm or latest 6 pm so some could get this information? I think this could gather some interest of what is going on in the ARRL news.

Thoughts or suggestions as this is club repeater and node. Times can also be multiple per day for more audience but not disturb nets.

Ken W7ECK 


Re: ARRL news podcast

Rowland
 

Sounds good to me Ken!


Thanks,

Rowland



On Fri, Jan 21, 2022 at 6:15 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Good afternoon,

I would like to discuss adding the ARRL news letter to the repeater once a week when others might be able to listen to it. Perhaps a friday afternoon around 6 or 7 PM with a 15 minute link up time as news is less than 15 minutes with breaks every 90 seconds so repeater does not time out.

This is possible on the node now as it can  link to experimental nodes due to mod in irlp/environment those that know the node it is clearly labeled in the file. I have already added a script that works also. The only thing needed is agreement if we want this and add cron to link and disconnect at agreed times.  

Those that like we can have a linkup to listen to what this cast has for information and content.

All that is needed to disconnect is #73 DTMF to the repeater for priority use, but also see information on Groups on how to use IRLP and EchoLink on the repeater. Let me know if updates are needed to this and will do.

This is a link to the newsletter for more info and listen online. 


Looking for feedback.

Ken W7ECK



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 7:54 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I have been messing around with my node after some discussions on IRLP groups.

I found a way to modify the custom environment to allow experimental nodes. You might ask , long story short the pob cast that is online can be accessed over the repeater with some changes in the IRLP node. The broadcast is about 10-15 minutes long and drops every 90 seconds to not lock up the repeater and can be stopped via DTMF #73 at any time.

The only other repeater that seems to do the information is in Vancouver WA.

From what I have tried on my node this is possible on the Cougar repeater with slight mod of Environment file and some cron changes for auto access we could have this come up perhaps in the afternoon after 2pm or latest 6 pm so some could get this information? I think this could gather some interest of what is going on in the ARRL news.

Thoughts or suggestions as this is club repeater and node. Times can also be multiple per day for more audience but not disturb nets.

Ken W7ECK 


Re: ARRL news podcast

Ralph Lease
 

Sounds good 👍 


On Fri, Jan 21, 2022, 6:15 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Good afternoon,

I would like to discuss adding the ARRL news letter to the repeater once a week when others might be able to listen to it. Perhaps a friday afternoon around 6 or 7 PM with a 15 minute link up time as news is less than 15 minutes with breaks every 90 seconds so repeater does not time out.

This is possible on the node now as it can  link to experimental nodes due to mod in irlp/environment those that know the node it is clearly labeled in the file. I have already added a script that works also. The only thing needed is agreement if we want this and add cron to link and disconnect at agreed times.  

Those that like we can have a linkup to listen to what this cast has for information and content.

All that is needed to disconnect is #73 DTMF to the repeater for priority use, but also see information on Groups on how to use IRLP and EchoLink on the repeater. Let me know if updates are needed to this and will do.

This is a link to the newsletter for more info and listen online. 


Looking for feedback.

Ken W7ECK



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 7:54 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I have been messing around with my node after some discussions on IRLP groups.

I found a way to modify the custom environment to allow experimental nodes. You might ask , long story short the pob cast that is online can be accessed over the repeater with some changes in the IRLP node. The broadcast is about 10-15 minutes long and drops every 90 seconds to not lock up the repeater and can be stopped via DTMF #73 at any time.

The only other repeater that seems to do the information is in Vancouver WA.

From what I have tried on my node this is possible on the Cougar repeater with slight mod of Environment file and some cron changes for auto access we could have this come up perhaps in the afternoon after 2pm or latest 6 pm so some could get this information? I think this could gather some interest of what is going on in the ARRL news.

Thoughts or suggestions as this is club repeater and node. Times can also be multiple per day for more audience but not disturb nets.

Ken W7ECK 


Re: ARRL news podcast

Kirt White / K7KDW
 

Sounds like a good idea to me. Thanks for looking into it Ken. 

On Jan 21, 2022, at 6:15 PM, Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:


Good afternoon,

I would like to discuss adding the ARRL news letter to the repeater once a week when others might be able to listen to it. Perhaps a friday afternoon around 6 or 7 PM with a 15 minute link up time as news is less than 15 minutes with breaks every 90 seconds so repeater does not time out.

This is possible on the node now as it can  link to experimental nodes due to mod in irlp/environment those that know the node it is clearly labeled in the file. I have already added a script that works also. The only thing needed is agreement if we want this and add cron to link and disconnect at agreed times.  

Those that like we can have a linkup to listen to what this cast has for information and content.

All that is needed to disconnect is #73 DTMF to the repeater for priority use, but also see information on Groups on how to use IRLP and EchoLink on the repeater. Let me know if updates are needed to this and will do.

This is a link to the newsletter for more info and listen online. 


Looking for feedback.

Ken W7ECK



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 7:54 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I have been messing around with my node after some discussions on IRLP groups.

I found a way to modify the custom environment to allow experimental nodes. You might ask , long story short the pob cast that is online can be accessed over the repeater with some changes in the IRLP node. The broadcast is about 10-15 minutes long and drops every 90 seconds to not lock up the repeater and can be stopped via DTMF #73 at any time.

The only other repeater that seems to do the information is in Vancouver WA.

From what I have tried on my node this is possible on the Cougar repeater with slight mod of Environment file and some cron changes for auto access we could have this come up perhaps in the afternoon after 2pm or latest 6 pm so some could get this information? I think this could gather some interest of what is going on in the ARRL news.

Thoughts or suggestions as this is club repeater and node. Times can also be multiple per day for more audience but not disturb nets.

Ken W7ECK 


Re: ARRL news podcast

Robin WA7CPA
 

Ken,
As I said Thursday evening during the net I think it is great you are taking this initiative offering to set it up. It could bring the repeater a bit more "fame" as well as being fun and educational. I like your Friday evening times lot suggestion.

73,
Robin WA7CPA 


Re: ARRL news podcast

 

Good afternoon,

I would like to discuss adding the ARRL news letter to the repeater once a week when others might be able to listen to it. Perhaps a friday afternoon around 6 or 7 PM with a 15 minute link up time as news is less than 15 minutes with breaks every 90 seconds so repeater does not time out.

This is possible on the node now as it can  link to experimental nodes due to mod in irlp/environment those that know the node it is clearly labeled in the file. I have already added a script that works also. The only thing needed is agreement if we want this and add cron to link and disconnect at agreed times.  

Those that like we can have a linkup to listen to what this cast has for information and content.

All that is needed to disconnect is #73 DTMF to the repeater for priority use, but also see information on Groups on how to use IRLP and EchoLink on the repeater. Let me know if updates are needed to this and will do.

This is a link to the newsletter for more info and listen online. 


Looking for feedback.

Ken W7ECK



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 7:54 PM Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I have been messing around with my node after some discussions on IRLP groups.

I found a way to modify the custom environment to allow experimental nodes. You might ask , long story short the pob cast that is online can be accessed over the repeater with some changes in the IRLP node. The broadcast is about 10-15 minutes long and drops every 90 seconds to not lock up the repeater and can be stopped via DTMF #73 at any time.

The only other repeater that seems to do the information is in Vancouver WA.

From what I have tried on my node this is possible on the Cougar repeater with slight mod of Environment file and some cron changes for auto access we could have this come up perhaps in the afternoon after 2pm or latest 6 pm so some could get this information? I think this could gather some interest of what is going on in the ARRL news.

Thoughts or suggestions as this is club repeater and node. Times can also be multiple per day for more audience but not disturb nets.

Ken W7ECK 


Re: 5 Reasons To Attend March 12-13 QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo

Bob (KI7RMO)
 

Also, FYI, tickets to the event are $10 and will be available online on Feb. 1.

 

From: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io <snovarc@snovarc.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rowland
Sent: Friday, January 21, 2022 10:21 AM
To: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io
Subject: [SnoVARC] 5 Reasons To Attend March 12-13 QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo

 

FYI.....

QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo Coming March 12-13, 2022

Dear Rowland,

 

Our next QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo will be held live from March 12-13, and then on-demand for 30 days afterwards.  We promise an amazing learning and networking experience to help you improve your amateur radio knowledge and get exposed to new ideas, equipment, and practical techniques.  No need to travel - participate from your home or office!  Information can be found at https://www.qsotodayhamexpo.com.  

 

Here are 5 reasons why you must attend:

 

Listen, engage with 60+ internationally recognized ham radio luminaries.  Our speakers are experts and deeply know their material.  Most importantly, they’ve worked hard to make sure that you’ll understand the material and can apply it immediately to your projects.  

 

So, so many different topics - everybody will find something of high value.  There’s content for everyone whether a newly licensed ham looking for next steps to using that license or a 30+ year experienced ham looking for new projects.  Some of the more interesting presentations include: Core HF Communication Concepts: Fundamentals of Shortwave Propagation; Deep Dive of An FPGA DVB-S2 Implementation; Fun With The NanoVNA; and Helically Wound Vertical for 160M. 

Click Here for Presentation List

 

Watch as many presentations as you want!  A big limitation of in-person events is that you can’t watch many of the presentations (you can only be in one room at a time).  At the Expo, return anytime within 30 days to view any speakers and presentations you missed as well as explore exhibitor offerings.  

 

Check out our live Kumospace video lounges for attendees to interact with each other and exhibitors.  At the Expo we’ll debut exciting but proven technology to further improve the live video interaction experience with exhibitors and fellow operators.  You’ll find this is a great way to meet up with friends, talk to vendors, and network on specific subject areas.

 

Take advantage of our calendar technology to efficiently organize your time. Once our presentations are scheduled, you can download speaker times in your local time zone directly to your Google or Outlook calendar.  You’ll then have a complete schedule of sessions to join to maximize your time during the Live period with speakers that are the most important.

 

ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio®, is a QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo Partner.  FlexRadio is the Expo’s Platinum Sponsor, Elecraft is our Gold sponsor as of this time.

 

Early Bird Tickets will go on sale February 1st, 2022, and  are just $10 (through March 6) and then $13.50 to the end of the on-demand period.  Tickets include entry for the Live 2 day period and the 30 day on-demand period.  Save on gas, lodging, and transit time to attend the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo on March 12th and 13th.  For more information, go to https://www.qsotodayhamexpo.com, or click on the blue button below. 

 

Save the dates: March 12-13, 2022 on your calendar!

 

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Thanks,
Rowland


5 Reasons To Attend March 12-13 QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo

Rowland
 

FYI.....
QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo Coming March 12-13, 2022

Dear Rowland,


Our next QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo will be held live from March 12-13, and then on-demand for 30 days afterwards.  We promise an amazing learning and networking experience to help you improve your amateur radio knowledge and get exposed to new ideas, equipment, and practical techniques.  No need to travel - participate from your home or office!  Information can be found at https://www.qsotodayhamexpo.com.  


Here are 5 reasons why you must attend:


Listen, engage with 60+ internationally recognized ham radio luminaries.  Our speakers are experts and deeply know their material.  Most importantly, they’ve worked hard to make sure that you’ll understand the material and can apply it immediately to your projects.  


So, so many different topics - everybody will find something of high value.  There’s content for everyone whether a newly licensed ham looking for next steps to using that license or a 30+ year experienced ham looking for new projects.  Some of the more interesting presentations include: Core HF Communication Concepts: Fundamentals of Shortwave Propagation; Deep Dive of An FPGA DVB-S2 Implementation; Fun With The NanoVNA; and Helically Wound Vertical for 160M. 

Click Here for Presentation List


Watch as many presentations as you want!  A big limitation of in-person events is that you can’t watch many of the presentations (you can only be in one room at a time).  At the Expo, return anytime within 30 days to view any speakers and presentations you missed as well as explore exhibitor offerings.  


Check out our live Kumospace video lounges for attendees to interact with each other and exhibitors.  At the Expo we’ll debut exciting but proven technology to further improve the live video interaction experience with exhibitors and fellow operators.  You’ll find this is a great way to meet up with friends, talk to vendors, and network on specific subject areas.


Take advantage of our calendar technology to efficiently organize your time. Once our presentations are scheduled, you can download speaker times in your local time zone directly to your Google or Outlook calendar.  You’ll then have a complete schedule of sessions to join to maximize your time during the Live period with speakers that are the most important.


ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio®, is a QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo Partner.  FlexRadio is the Expo’s Platinum Sponsor, Elecraft is our Gold sponsor as of this time.


Early Bird Tickets will go on sale February 1st, 2022, and  are just $10 (through March 6) and then $13.50 to the end of the on-demand period.  Tickets include entry for the Live 2 day period and the 30 day on-demand period.  Save on gas, lodging, and transit time to attend the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo on March 12th and 13th.  For more information, go to https://www.qsotodayhamexpo.com, or click on the blue button below. 


Save the dates: March 12-13, 2022 on your calendar!

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Thanks,
Rowland


Re: February Elmer Session

Robin WA7CPA
 

Sounds like it will be a great presentation. Thanks Rowland!
Robin, WA7CPA


February Elmer Session

Rowland
 

Bruce Prior will be presenting "Summits on the Air doesn't require technical climbing techniques".

The Summits On The Air (SOTA) program is one popular way to focus and reward this kind of activity. The basic idea of SOTA is to operate from a designated list of summits or to work other radio operators when they activate summits.

There are two documents attached that Bruce wanted me to send out to club members to have available during the presentation.

Hope you can take part in this Elmer Session.  Even if you do not do SOTA at this time you will find it very interesting. 

Thanks,

Rowland


Third Thursday mini exercise

Tom WA7TBP
 

Hello everyone:
 
Tomorrows third Thursday mini exercise will be a 10 meter tune up. We will test out 10 meter SSB and 10 meter FM. This is what we will do. After the the check in net is concluded, I will be net control. I will try to monitor the Cougar Mountain repeater as we work on 10 meters, or I will appoint someone to monitor the Cougar repeater in case the stations on the 10 meter net are absolutely not able to contact anyone on 10 meters. Technician operators, remember you have some privileges on 10 meters and our SSB contacts will be on a frequency that you can use. At this point in time, you are not able to use the FM frequency we are going to try. Remember, you can monitor the FM frequency we will use.
 
Our SSB exercise will operate on 28.420 MHz. I will conduct a roll call and get stations checked in. Once we have the stations checked in, we will do a signal test. Example, this is WA7TBP testing, 1,2,3,4,5,4,3,2,1. I have the ability to use a horizontal or vertical antenna. I will start out with the horizontal antenna. After I do the signal check on the horizontal antenna, I will do it again on the vertical antenna so each station can hear any difference between my horizontal and vertical antennas. Then I will have the next station on the list do a signal test. Please use the primary antenna that you normally use while on HF. Please make a work aid for yourself where you can record which station was checking in and would their signal be usable to pass radio traffic. If time allows, I will allow stations to call one another. 
 
The FM exercise will operate on 29.500 MHz. I will conduct the roll call and signal test the same way as we did in the SSB portion of the exercise. Again, each station please record the station checking in and would their signal be usable to pass radio traffic. If time allows, I will allow stations to call one another.
 
Looking forward to the net tomorrow.
 
73,
 
Tom, WA7TBP
 
 


Re: Emails

Bruce Gary
 

 

This one should be tech@...

 

Thanks!

Bruce Gary / K7BGG


ARRL news podcast

 

Hi all,

I have been messing around with my node after some discussions on IRLP groups.

I found a way to modify the custom environment to allow experimental nodes. You might ask , long story short the pob cast that is online can be accessed over the repeater with some changes in the IRLP node. The broadcast is about 10-15 minutes long and drops every 90 seconds to not lock up the repeater and can be stopped via DTMF #73 at any time.

The only other repeater that seems to do the information is in Vancouver WA.

From what I have tried on my node this is possible on the Cougar repeater with slight mod of Environment file and some cron changes for auto access we could have this come up perhaps in the afternoon after 2pm or latest 6 pm so some could get this information? I think this could gather some interest of what is going on in the ARRL news.

Thoughts or suggestions as this is club repeater and node. Times can also be multiple per day for more audience but not disturb nets.

Ken W7ECK 


Re: Emails

Bob (KI7RMO)
 

My mistake. Apologies. 
Bob


On Jan 18, 2022, at 3:27 PM, Rowland <rowland.brasch@...> wrote:


I am sending emails to the address you specified rmot@... but they are still being bounced.


Thanks,

Rowland



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 1:01 PM Bob (KI7RMO) <rmot47@...> wrote:

The last one on the list should be rmot@....

Bob KI7RMO

 

From: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io <snovarc@snovarc.groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard E. Mahran / WA1HEM
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 12:14 PM
To: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SnoVARC] Emails

 

I see at least one mistyped email - I’ll pm you separately 

 

Howard

Excuse my typos - sent via my thumbs or by voice from a mobile device



On Jan 18, 2022, at 12:05 PM, Rowland <rowland.brasch@...> wrote:



Hello,

 

I just sent out an email to 28 SnoVARC members regarding obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge. Of those emails I sent out I got back 7 bounces which tells me they are not functioning emails anymore. 

 

These are the ones that bounced.  Please review the list and if you no longer use this email then your info needs to be updated in the SnoVARC membership list.  If I entered the email name incorrectly please let me know that also. You can send me your updated email information and I will follow up and make sure it gets updated.  I will then send you the email about obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge.

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

K7RWB

 


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Howard E. Mahran
WA1HEM
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Re: Emails

Bob (KI7RMO)
 

Rmot47


On Jan 18, 2022, at 3:27 PM, Rowland <rowland.brasch@...> wrote:


I am sending emails to the address you specified rmot@... but they are still being bounced.


Thanks,

Rowland



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 1:01 PM Bob (KI7RMO) <rmot47@...> wrote:

The last one on the list should be rmot@....

Bob KI7RMO

 

From: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io <snovarc@snovarc.groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard E. Mahran / WA1HEM
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 12:14 PM
To: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SnoVARC] Emails

 

I see at least one mistyped email - I’ll pm you separately 

 

Howard

Excuse my typos - sent via my thumbs or by voice from a mobile device



On Jan 18, 2022, at 12:05 PM, Rowland <rowland.brasch@...> wrote:



Hello,

 

I just sent out an email to 28 SnoVARC members regarding obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge. Of those emails I sent out I got back 7 bounces which tells me they are not functioning emails anymore. 

 

These are the ones that bounced.  Please review the list and if you no longer use this email then your info needs to be updated in the SnoVARC membership list.  If I entered the email name incorrectly please let me know that also. You can send me your updated email information and I will follow up and make sure it gets updated.  I will then send you the email about obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge.

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

K7RWB

 


--
*************************
Howard E. Mahran
WA1HEM
*************************


Re: Emails

Rowland
 

I am sending emails to the address you specified rmot@... but they are still being bounced.


Thanks,

Rowland



On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 1:01 PM Bob (KI7RMO) <rmot47@...> wrote:

The last one on the list should be rmot@....

Bob KI7RMO

 

From: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io <snovarc@snovarc.groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard E. Mahran / WA1HEM
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 12:14 PM
To: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SnoVARC] Emails

 

I see at least one mistyped email - I’ll pm you separately 

 

Howard

Excuse my typos - sent via my thumbs or by voice from a mobile device



On Jan 18, 2022, at 12:05 PM, Rowland <rowland.brasch@...> wrote:



Hello,

 

I just sent out an email to 28 SnoVARC members regarding obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge. Of those emails I sent out I got back 7 bounces which tells me they are not functioning emails anymore. 

 

These are the ones that bounced.  Please review the list and if you no longer use this email then your info needs to be updated in the SnoVARC membership list.  If I entered the email name incorrectly please let me know that also. You can send me your updated email information and I will follow up and make sure it gets updated.  I will then send you the email about obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge.

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

K7RWB

 


--
*************************
Howard E. Mahran
WA1HEM
*************************


Re: Emails

Rowland
 

You're right.  I misread your address.  The following is the email I sent out.

Hello,

 

I was reviewing the SnoVARC membership list and noticed that you do not have a King County Emergency Workers Badge that allows you to respond to a county deployment where radios may be required.  In order to obtain this badge you need to complete the paperwork and get it back to me with a passport style selfie picture (that will go on the badge). I then run a WSP background check and once that is completed, I contact King County, they create the badge, send it to me and I in turn will get it to you.

 

This procedure is not a requirement to be an active member of SnoVARC but as mentioned above if you want to participate in King County deployments it is required to have one.

 

If you want to move forward on this please let me know through email and I will send you the paperwork to fill out and return to me with the picture.

 

Please note if you do already have this badge please let me know as I will have to update the proper lists.


Thank you,

Rowland

Rowland Brasch
EmComm Coordinator
Snoqualmie Valley ARC
K7RWB


On Tue, Jan 18, 2022 at 2:31 PM Brian Ehlert <brianehl@...> wrote:
I have a feeling one of those was a typo.
Mine maybe.


Re: Emails

Bob (KI7RMO)
 

The last one on the list should be rmot@....

Bob KI7RMO

 

From: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io <snovarc@snovarc.groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard E. Mahran / WA1HEM
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 12:14 PM
To: snovarc@snovarc.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SnoVARC] Emails

 

I see at least one mistyped email - I’ll pm you separately 

 

Howard

Excuse my typos - sent via my thumbs or by voice from a mobile device



On Jan 18, 2022, at 12:05 PM, Rowland <rowland.brasch@...> wrote:



Hello,

 

I just sent out an email to 28 SnoVARC members regarding obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge. Of those emails I sent out I got back 7 bounces which tells me they are not functioning emails anymore. 

 

These are the ones that bounced.  Please review the list and if you no longer use this email then your info needs to be updated in the SnoVARC membership list.  If I entered the email name incorrectly please let me know that also. You can send me your updated email information and I will follow up and make sure it gets updated.  I will then send you the email about obtaining a King County Emergency Workers Badge.

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

K7RWB

 


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*************************
Howard E. Mahran
WA1HEM
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