Date   
Re: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

Dan Pflugrath
 

Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

John Lento <john.lento@...>
 

Thank all!  I joined last night as a life time member but just wanted to hear from the club why it was important.  Hearing that they are the advocate to preserve our spectrum is good enough for me.

Thanks again!

John
KG7NOS

On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 2:39 PM, 'dpflugrath@...' dpflugrath@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:
 

John,
The ARRL is thee advocate for amateur radio operators both in the US and around the world.  There are many interests that would love to have our frequency allocations, HF, VHF, UHF and SHF.  They are the reason we have maintained our UHF frequencies and the new HF bands 12, 17, 30 and 60 meters.
They also have a very good magazine (QST) now in hard copy and electronic.  
For clubs to have the affiliation with ARRL a percentage of the members must be members of ARRL.  
When there is interference such as in the 40 meter band they were the advocate to clear out the Short Wave commercial operations like Radio China, and Radio Cuba clearing out 7.0 to 7.2 MHz.
They were our technical advocate to block broadband over power lines which would have really caused problems for us and other radio services across the country.
 
All in all a very good deal to maintain the our ground and keep moving forward technically with all the digital modes that did not exist just a few years ago.
 
Do check out QST magazine when you get a chance.
 
Regards,
Dan KA7GPP


---------- Original Message ----------
From: "John Lento john.lento@... [KE7GFZ]" <KE7GFZ@...>
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2015 13:38:07 -0800

 

Rowland,
 
Quick question about ARRL.  Since I am new to HAM I do not totally see the benefits other than the insurance that you mentioned.  
 
Thanks!

John

On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 11:20 AM, 'Rowland Brasch' rwb@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:
 

 

Hi All,

 

Just a reminder to join the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL).  As SnoVarc is an affiliated club it helps provide our insurance for Cougar Mt., etc.  Besides that the ARRL is a great organization that fights for your radio spectrum to continue your hobby.  As you can image there are always commercial ventures that want this spectrum for their own uses.  ARRL is our voice to the government. 

 

Here is the website you need to go to sign up.  http://www.arrl.org/membership

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

 

 

 


 
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ARRL

Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...>
 

Dan, Rowland and Martin all have good points that are just some reasons to joint. The selling point for me was the insurance that I just renewed today for 41 dollars a year coving everything from HT, power supply, HF radio, computer attached to the station with a value of about 3000 dollars. The insurance covers replacement cost of the equipment for any event and if I recall the deductible is only 50 dollars. Not sure about everyone else but my homeowners insurance does not even come close and if fact most likely wont cover power surge, lighting strike, dropped in a pond, etc.
I also admit for DX LOTW even if not user friendly is a great tool for one that might what to have prof of accomplishments.
The choice is up to you but these are a few things that sold me. And guess what if you call or email the response times are exhalent.
Ken
W7ECK  

Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

slick
 

Congratulations……I am sure you will enjoy being a member!

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2015 3:08 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

 

 

Thank all!  I joined last night as a life time member but just wanted to hear from the club why it was important.  Hearing that they are the advocate to preserve our spectrum is good enough for me.

 

Thanks again!

 

John
KG7NOS

 

On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 2:39 PM, 'dpflugrath@...' dpflugrath@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:

 

John,

The ARRL is thee advocate for amateur radio operators both in the US and around the world.  There are many interests that would love to have our frequency allocations, HF, VHF, UHF and SHF.  They are the reason we have maintained our UHF frequencies and the new HF bands 12, 17, 30 and 60 meters.

They also have a very good magazine (QST) now in hard copy and electronic.  

For clubs to have the affiliation with ARRL a percentage of the members must be members of ARRL.  

When there is interference such as in the 40 meter band they were the advocate to clear out the Short Wave commercial operations like Radio China, and Radio Cuba clearing out 7.0 to 7.2 MHz.

They were our technical advocate to block broadband over power lines which would have really caused problems for us and other radio services across the country.

 

All in all a very good deal to maintain the our ground and keep moving forward technically with all the digital modes that did not exist just a few years ago.

 

Do check out QST magazine when you get a chance.

 

Regards,

Dan KA7GPP



---------- Original Message ----------
From: "John Lento john.lento@... [KE7GFZ]" <KE7GFZ@...>
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2015 13:38:07 -0800

 

Rowland,

 

Quick question about ARRL.  Since I am new to HAM I do not totally see the benefits other than the insurance that you mentioned.  

 

Thanks!

John

 

On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 11:20 AM, 'Rowland Brasch' rwb@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:

 

 

Hi All,

 

Just a reminder to join the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL).  As SnoVarc is an affiliated club it helps provide our insurance for Cougar Mt., etc.  Besides that the ARRL is a great organization that fights for your radio spectrum to continue your hobby.  As you can image there are always commercial ventures that want this spectrum for their own uses.  ARRL is our voice to the government. 

 

Here is the website you need to go to sign up.  http://www.arrl.org/membership

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

 

 

 



 

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Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

kf7tua@yahoo.com
 

To me the subscription to QST is worth the price of membership. I learn so much about Ham radio and what is going on in the radio world. 

Dick
KF7TUA

Sent from my iPad

On Jan 19, 2015, at 5:27 PM, 'Martin Tuip' ajax@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:

 

You also get a subscription to QST, article archives and a free book.
 
 
Martin
 
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2015 1:38 PM
Subject: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership
 
 

Rowland,
 
Quick question about ARRL.  Since I am new to HAM I do not totally see the benefits other than the insurance that you mentioned. 
 
Thanks!

John
 
On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 11:20 AM, 'Rowland Brasch' rwb@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,

 

Just a reminder to join the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL).  As SnoVarc is an affiliated club it helps provide our insurance for Cougar Mt., etc.  Besides that the ARRL is a great organization that fights for your radio spectrum to continue your hobby.  As you can image there are always commercial ventures that want this spectrum for their own uses.  ARRL is our voice to the government. 

 

Here is the website you need to go to sign up.  http://www.arrl.org/membership

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

 



 
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Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

slick
 

I agree Dan.  It is a great publication.

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Tuesday, January 20, 2015 6:31 AM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

 

 

To me the subscription to QST is worth the price of membership. I learn so much about Ham radio and what is going on in the radio world. 

 

Dick

KF7TUA

Sent from my iPad


On Jan 19, 2015, at 5:27 PM, 'Martin Tuip' ajax@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:

 

You also get a subscription to QST, article archives and a free book.

 

 

Martin

 

Sent: Monday, January 19, 2015 1:38 PM

Subject: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) ARRL Membership

 

 

Rowland,

 

Quick question about ARRL.  Since I am new to HAM I do not totally see the benefits other than the insurance that you mentioned. 

 

Thanks!

John

 

On Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 11:20 AM, 'Rowland Brasch' rwb@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:

 

Hi All,

 

Just a reminder to join the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL).  As SnoVarc is an affiliated club it helps provide our insurance for Cougar Mt., etc.  Besides that the ARRL is a great organization that fights for your radio spectrum to continue your hobby.  As you can image there are always commercial ventures that want this spectrum for their own uses.  ARRL is our voice to the government. 

 

Here is the website you need to go to sign up.  http://www.arrl.org/membership

 

 

Thanks,

 

Rowland

 



 

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SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 22 January 2015

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 22 January 2015
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Greenwich Mean Time - Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
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IRLP one year later

kenkosters@...
 

Last year about this time I decided to build an IRLP simplex node for something to do with an old Motorola radio and outdated computer and decided to give my review of the system.

One thing that interested me in IRLP was the fact a radio is still used  and also the stipulation of audio quality as a whole. If a node is not performing well or audio is of poor quality the system linked can disconnect and flag the node operator until quality is restored. Latency is also short so many repeaters and simplex nodes can be linked together without noticeably slowing down nets.

The current setup is running simplex 146.580 PL 100.0 on a marginal Motorola radio that might have a weak capacitor on the transmit side. Computer is an old machine (15 years plus) running a single core processor and the stripped down IRLP Linux software. The system is in my fire system room (Thanks King County) and has been running without a keyboard, monitor or system maintenance for over a year. If the power goes out the computer auto restarts and within minutes the system is back in operation. The only time it seems to be hard reset is after a brown out, talk about reliability! I did have to buy the node card that comes with the software to make it work, but at a minimal cost of less than 150 dollars it is a real deal. With the node software announcements can be pre-recorded to play, auto linking is possible and even auxiliary contacts con be used via remote access to the computer or DTMF.

I know of at least one club member who has utilized the node and if they feel the need to add to the review it would be appreciated.

All in all I give it thumbs up as a internet style of linking for communication.

If the club can get the needed internet connection on Cougar repeater site I would be glad to donate the node to the club.

 

Ken

W7ECK

Re: IRLP one year later

gjrck@...
 

Yes, it works well.  I use it to stay in contact with a friend in Grants Pass, OR.

Jerry NA7Z

SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 22 January 2015

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 22 January 2015
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Greenwich Mean Time - Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
From
KE7GFZ   Calendar

Re: KE7GFZ ? Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Re: IRLP one year later

Ken Kosters <kenkosters@...>
 

I would also welcome any reports or questions on the node.

Ken 
W7ECK


On Jan 22, 2015, at 9:56 AM, gjrck@... [KE7GFZ] <KE7GFZ@...> wrote:

 

Yes, it works well.  I use it to stay in contact with a friend in Grants Pass, OR.


Jerry NA7Z

Local source for aluminum tubing?

Martin Tuip
 

 
I started a father son project and build our own buddipole and am looking for a local source for thick walled aluminum tubing
DX engineering has a great price at 4 dollars for 6ft .. but then you get slapped with 26 dollars in shipping charge.  
 
Any local shop that has this ?
 
 
73
Martin
KG7HAX

Courgar Mtn Repeater update

Dan Pflugrath
 

On Saturday afternoon I installed the latest firmware in the repeater controller. 

Arcom http://www.arcomcontrollers.com/index.php/rc210/rc210-board   provided all the software to download the current RC210 data file, convert the data to run with the new firmware, upload the new firmware and edit and upload the revised data file.  The step by step directions were very accurate and the controller operated perfectly the first time.

I tested the time out timer and found it responded as expected declaring the timeout and it recovered in full operational mode.  I set the time out timer to 10 minutes to accommodate the long winded rag chewers.

I also tested the remote reset while on the mountain so I could see how it responds.  It works the same as if the power is removed.  This is good to know if the controller ends up in an unpredictable state. 

I set the Morse code Id to KE7GFZ/C for the Cougar Mtn site and will set the Bell site repeater Id to KE7GFZ/D for the Duvall site.  After the Duvall site is changed we can log into the repeater directory web sites and make the changes.

Let me know if you hear something that doesnt sound right. 

Next step is to get IRLP up and running for internet access   We need to get in contact with the video guys and see if we can tap into the internet at their access point.

73,

Dan KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...



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Re: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Courgar Mtn Repeater update

Rosemarie & Jerry <gjrck@...>
 

Thanks for all your work Dan   Jerry NA7Z

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...]
Sent: Sunday, January 25, 2015 7:12 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Courgar Mtn Repeater update

 

 

On Saturday afternoon I installed the latest firmware in the repeater controller. 

Arcom http://www.arcomcontrollers.com/index.php/rc210/rc210-board   provided all the software to download the current RC210 data file, convert the data to run with the new firmware, upload the new firmware and edit and upload the revised data file.  The step by step directions were very accurate and the controller operated perfectly the first time.

I tested the time out timer and found it responded as expected declaring the timeout and it recovered in full operational mode.  I set the time out timer to 10 minutes to accommodate the long winded rag chewers.

I also tested the remote reset while on the mountain so I could see how it responds.  It works the same as if the power is removed.  This is good to know if the controller ends up in an unpredictable state. 

I set the Morse code Id to KE7GFZ/C for the Cougar Mtn site and will set the Bell site repeater Id to KE7GFZ/D for the Duvall site.  After the Duvall site is changed we can log into the repeater directory web sites and make the changes.

Let me know if you hear something that doesn’t sound right. 

Next step is to get IRLP up and running for internet access   We need to get in contact with the video guys and see if we can tap into the internet at their access point.

73,

Dan KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...



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New file uploaded to KE7GFZ

KE7GFZ@...
 

Hello,


This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the KE7GFZ
group.


File : /Cougar Mountain Repeater Manuals/Jan 2015 software_Manuals/Controller files 1.zip
Uploaded by : dpflugrath <dpflugrath@...>
Description : Controller Files 1


You can access this file at the URL:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/KE7GFZ/files/Cougar%20Mountain%20Repeater%20Manuals/Jan%202015%20software_Manuals/Controller%20files%201.zip


To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
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Regards,


dpflugrath <dpflugrath@...>

Items for sale

Mel - N7GCO - Cheney, WA
 

I am selling off my mobile gear and a few shack items. Let me know if you are interested in any of this.


Mel

N7GCODX@...


HAM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

 

West Mountain CLRspkr ClearSpeech® DSP Noise Reduction Speaker

          $115.00 (Currently sells for $219.95) (Eham score of 4.5 – 15 reviews)

Can be used in shack or mobile

 

Max-Gain MK-8-HD 50 foot push up mast

          $100.00 (Currently sells for $199.00) (Eham score of 4.7 – 30 reviews)         

          Great for field day or RV use. I used it with 5th wheel trailer.

 

W2IHY IPlus Audio Switch

Simply turning a switch to send your mike audio goes to one of three radios, and at the same time having the PTT, amplifier and speaker connections all ready to go.  Comes with 2 Icom cables and one Yasue cable

          $125.00   (Currently sells for $239.99) (Eham score of 5.0 – 11 reviews)         

           

Turbo Tuner 2 (for Icom)

          $150.00 (Currently sells for $309.00) (Eham score of 4.5 – 160 reviews)

 

Model: Turbo Tuner (Original) (for Icom) (Eham score of 4.5 – 160 reviews)

          $100.00

 

Scorpion Antenna SA-680 (10-80 meter antenna)

          $425 (Currently sells for $849.00) (Eham score of 5 – 94 reviews)


Fw: CPR/First Aid class 1

Dan Pflugrath
 

SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 29 January 2015

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 29 January 2015
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Greenwich Mean Time - Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
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Starting off the year right; upcoming CERT classes

Kathy K7KJB
 

There are a lot of things happening in the New Year and we want YOU to be a part of them!  They include:

 

A.    Register for our CERT class – scheduled for February 16 through April 6 at Eastside Fire & Rescue in Carnation

 

The 8-week Community Emergency Response Team class teaches you skills with which to meet any emergency:

 

·         Disaster awareness

·         Size-up of structures for safe entrance

·         Putting out small fires before they get bigger

·         Light search and rescue

·         Triage

·         Disaster medical treatment

·         Terrorism

·         Psychology of disaster

·         Organizing a CERT

·         Applying all that you’ve learned in a “real” disaster (drill)

 

In addition to the instruction, you get a CERT knapsack that includes a manual, a green bump hat, safety goggles, work gloves, a dust mask and a safety vest. We request a donation of $35; scholarships available.

 

The Monday evening classes start at 6:30PM and end at 9PM.

 

Register now for the 2015 class.  The 25 seats will go fast!  You can download the registration form at this link: http://www.carnationduvallcitizencorps.org/classes/certclass/index.html   Contact cert@...  or call 206-947-1930.

 

 

B.    Do at least “1 Thing” each month and you improve the chances you will be there when your community needs you.  Do 1 Thing” Reminder for January 2015: Make a Plan

 

Disasters change things. When an emergency happens you may have to decide what to do very quickly, while you are worrying about what might happen. By planning ahead, it will be easier to make the right decisions when the worst happens.


Do 1 Thing is a 12-month program that makes it easy for you to prepare yourself, your family, and your community for emergencies or disasters. For more information on what you can to do this month to be better prepared, and to track your progress visit: http://do1thing.com//things/jan

 

 

C.     Join Carnation-Duvall Medical Reserve Corps (CDMRC)

 

Be part of the 100-strong active and retired medical and non-medical volunteers ready to deploy when needed.

 

·    For the medically-trained, your Plan A is to get to the office, clinic or hospital.  If, however, the roads are impassable, CDMRC is your Plan B.  Get organized to put your skills to work.

 

·    For the volunteers without a medical background, CDMRC needs you, too: setting up the facility, greeting patients, paperwork, doing the details so the doctors and nurses can do what they do best – provide treatment.

 

CDMRC meets and trains the third Wednesday of each month, 7PM-8:30PM, in downtown Duvall Fire Station 66.

 

Need more information?  Contact mrc@...  or call 206-947-1930.

 

 

D.    Keep in touch with Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC)

 

Emergency communications are basic to preparedness and response.  And then there are the technical and fun aspects – examples: occasional maintenance of antennas and repeaters, and calling the world on Field Day.

 

If you are not a member, join SnoVARC and help prepare the community while learning something new and having fun.

 

If you have a HAM license, intend to get one, or just want to see what it’s all about, get more information at SnoVARC’s regular meetings on the first Thursday of the month from 7PM-8:30PM in downtown Duvall Fire Station 66.

 

 

E.     Get Ready CERTs, CDMRC members, and HAMs: Wildfire Drill

 

When deployed by the county, city, police or fire department, Carnation-Duvall Citizen Corps can respond to most any emergency.

 

To keep our skills sharp, we exercise in as close to the real thing as possible:

 

·         In 2013, we responded to a simulated earthquake – see video http://youtu.be/BaLho7QROAk

·         In 2014, we responded to a simulated failed dam – see video http://youtu.be/d073b8BZEvc

·         In 2015, we will respond to a simulated wildfire – see you in the video?

 

Look like something you want to do?  Still time to get trained as a CERT, to join CDMRC, or get your HAM license.  Exercise date still to be determined, but probably sometime in May.

 

 

Stay tuned to our Facebook page, Carnation Duvall Citizen Corps, or watch our website for more information on upcoming events.

 

2015 – A new year to get better prepared!

 

Gene Laughlin, President

Carnation-Duvall Citizen Corps Council, Inc.

P.O. Box 644

Carnation, WA 98014

206-947-1930

Pres@...

welcome

 

          


SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters, Thursday, 29 January 2015

KE7GFZ@...
 

"SnoVARC weekly Net on Club Repeaters" reminder
When
Thursday, 29 January 2015
08:00 PM to 08:30 PM
(GMT) Greenwich Mean Time - Dublin / Edinburgh / Lisbon / London
Notes
Net meets on the Club Repeater. 441.825 + shift w/tone 103.5 If the 441 repeater fails then go to one of the following repeaters: Duvall: 443.250 + shift w/tone 103.5 Carnation: 145.590 no shift w/ tone 103.5 If Repeater(s) fail then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net! Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
From
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