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Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Help! Volunteers needed for MRC drill

Chuck Woolfolk <cwoolfolk@...>
 

Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Help! Volunteers needed for MRC drill

Chuck Woolfolk <cwoolfolk@...>
 

SnoVARC Net, 5/31/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday May 31, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 18 hours, 4 minutes.
Location:   "025" repeater at 442.025 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "025" repeater on 442.025 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails 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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SnoVARC Net, 5/31/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday May 31, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Location:   "025" repeater at 442.025 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "025" repeater on 442.025 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails 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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Cross band repeater installation party 9AM Sat June 2

Dan Pflugrath
 

We are meeting at Chuck Woolfolk’s place to install the Cross Band repeater.  Please if you, can come on up and join us.  We are meeting at about 9AM.

 

We will be adding a ground rod and running the ground and coax into Chuck’s shop.  We will also be wiring the battery charger/power supply, battery and 8800 radio.  Thanks to Chuck the antenna is already installed.  Should be a good day.

The address is 8545 321st Way NE, Carnation

If you have not been there before, you may need a GPS navigation system or call for directions.  It is not easy to find.  Chuck’s phone (425) 333-4595.

Please note that after you leave Carnation or Lake Joy, you will be on private roads that are narrow.  Speed limit is 20 MPH!!   Watch for horses and kids on motorcycles.  Also watch for speeding cars!  It can be quite dangerous so pay attention!

How to see you there.

 

Best Regards,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 



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Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Cross band repeater installation party 9AM Sat June 2

Rick Burns
 

Hi Dan,

Should I bring anything like tools...I don't drink beer so that is one I won't bring?

Google maps generates a good map but it depends on the street marking now.

Rick Burns


To: KE7GFZ@...
From: dpflugrath@...
Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 21:30:14 -0700
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Cross band repeater installation party 9AM Sat June 2

 

We are meeting at Chuck Woolfolk’s place to install the Cross Band repeater.  Please if you, can come on up and join us.  We are meeting at about 9AM.

 

We will be adding a ground rod and running the ground and coax into Chuck’s shop.  We will also be wiring the battery charger/power supply, battery and 8800 radio.  Thanks to Chuck the antenna is already installed.  Should be a good day.

The address is 8545 321st Way NE, Carnation
If you have not been there before, you may need a GPS navigation system or call for directions.  It is not easy to find.  Chuck’s phone (425) 333-4595.
Please note that after you leave Carnation or Lake Joy, you will be on private roads that are narrow.  Speed limit is 20 MPH!!   Watch for horses and kids on motorcycles.  Also watch for speeding cars!  It can be quite dangerous so pay attention!

How to see you there.

 

Best Regards,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 



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Re: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Cross band repeater installation party 9AM Sat June 2

Dan Pflugrath
 

I think we should have everything we need.  Nice to have you join us. 

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Rick Burns
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2012 7:40 AM
To: ke7gfz@...
Subject: RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Cross band repeater installation party 9AM Sat June 2

 

 

Hi Dan,

Should I bring anything like tools...I don't drink beer so that is one I won't bring?

Google maps generates a good map but it depends on the street marking now.

Rick Burns


To: KE7GFZ@...
From: dpflugrath@...
Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 21:30:14 -0700
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Cross band repeater installation party 9AM Sat June 2

 

 

We are meeting at Chuck Woolfolk’s place to install the Cross Band repeater.  Please if you, can come on up and join us.  We are meeting at about 9AM.

 

We will be adding a ground rod and running the ground and coax into Chuck’s shop.  We will also be wiring the battery charger/power supply, battery and 8800 radio.  Thanks to Chuck the antenna is already installed.  Should be a good day.

The address is 8545 321st Way NE, Carnation
If you have not been there before, you may need a GPS navigation system or call for directions.  It is not easy to find.  Chuck’s phone (425) 333-4595.
Please note that after you leave Carnation or Lake Joy, you will be on private roads that are narrow.  Speed limit is 20 MPH!!   Watch for horses and kids on motorcycles.  Also watch for speeding cars!  It can be quite dangerous so pay attention!

How to see you there.

 

Best Regards,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 



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Cross Band Repeater Status

Dan Pflugrath
 

The cross band repeater is up and running and is turned on.  See pictures attached.  The repeater is in my work shop and is on as well.  I will put a better antenna on it this weekend so the folks in Duvall can get in easier.

 

The input frequency to the cross band repeater is current set to 145.59 with a tone of 103.5. 

 

The repeater is 443.25 tone 103.5 with + offset of 5 MHZ therefore you can listen to the output of the cross band repeater on 448.25 when someone is transmitting on 145.59.

 

If you want to work just through the cross band repeater, set your transmit frequency to 145.59 tone 103.5 and your receiver frequency to 448.25.  The should have good coverage.

 

I hope this makes sense.

 

Thanks Ken, Ric, Rick and Chuck

 

Best Regards,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 



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Re: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Cross Band Repeater Status [2 Attachments]

Rosemarie and Jerry <gjrck@...>
 

Wow, I am impressed with you and your helpers work on setting this up…   Well Done, Jerry NA7z

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Dan Pflugrath
Sent: Saturday, June 02, 2012 1:16 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Cross Band Repeater Status [2 Attachments]

 

 

[Attachment(s) from Dan Pflugrath included below]

The cross band repeater is up and running and is turned on.  See pictures attached.  The repeater is in my work shop and is on as well.  I will put a better antenna on it this weekend so the folks in Duvall can get in easier.

 

The input frequency to the cross band repeater is current set to 145.59 with a tone of 103.5. 

 

The repeater is 443.25 tone 103.5 with + offset of 5 MHZ therefore you can listen to the output of the cross band repeater on 448.25 when someone is transmitting on 145.59.

 

If you want to work just through the cross band repeater, set your transmit frequency to 145.59 tone 103.5 and your receiver frequency to 448.25.  The should have good coverage.

 

I hope this makes sense.

 

Thanks Ken, Ric, Rick and Chuck

 

Best Regards,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 



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SnoVARC General Meeting., 6/7/2012, 7:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC General Meeting.
 
Date:   Thursday June 7, 2012
Time:   7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the first Thursday.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 2 days, 3 minutes.
Location:   Duvall Fire Station
Street:   15600 1st Ave N.
City State Zip:   Duvall, WA 98019
Notes:   The Elmer meeting will take place directly after the regular general meeting. For directions go to SnoVARC website http://snovalleyarc.org/meeting/index.html

There will not be a radio Net on meeting night.
 
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SnoVARC June Meeting

slick
 

The SnoVARC June meeting will be the final preparation for Field Day.

Mel will also being showing how to install Anderson Powerpole connectors.  If you have something you want to have them on the please bring it to the meeting.  There will be a cost of $1.00 for the parts.

If you are not familiar with them please go to this site:  http://www.powerwerx.com/anderson-powerpoles/  and check them out.  They are wonderful. 

Hope to see you there!

SnoVARC General Meeting., 6/7/2012, 7:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC General Meeting.
 
Date:   Thursday June 7, 2012
Time:   7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every month on the first Thursday.
Location:   Duvall Fire Station
Street:   15600 1st Ave N.
City State Zip:   Duvall, WA 98019
Notes:   The Elmer meeting will take place directly after the regular general meeting. For directions go to SnoVARC website http://snovalleyarc.org/meeting/index.html

There will not be a radio Net on meeting night.
 
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Repeater Work Party status

Dan Pflugrath
 

There will not be a repeater work party this Saturday as we had planned.  The Bell’s are on vacation through this Sunday and prefer they be home for our work parties.

 

I will contact them when they return and get their schedule so we can work out another couple of days to do our work.

 

On the other side of the valley the cross band repeater at Chuck’s is up and running.  You can use it now by transmitting on 145.59 with tone 103.5 and receiving  on 448.25 mhz.

 

I have turned the repeater off for now but can turn it on anytime if anyone would like to try the whole system.  It has reasonable coverage north of Carnation Farm.  Jerry indicated it had a good signal into Duvall if you are on a mobile.  Frequency 443.25 +5Mhz offset with tone 103.5.

 

Best Regards,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 



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Field Day Participation

Dan Pflugrath
 

To all,

We are still in need of equipment and more hams to participate in field day.  We can definitely use a couple more radios to go with the antennas we have.  Please let Bob know if you can help out with putting up antennas and when you can put in some operation time.  If you are not used to being on the radio we will show you how to participate and also have a script available to get you started.  If everyone can put in a few hours it will be more fun for everyone plus bring up our skills for emergency communications.

 

Please let Bob K7BD know what times you can be there and especially if you can bring a radio or two so we can share the experience.

 

Best Regards,

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...



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SnoVARC Net, 6/7/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday June 7, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 18 hours, 4 minutes.
Location:   "025" repeater at 442.025 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "025" repeater on 442.025 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails 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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SnoVARC Net, 6/7/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday June 7, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Location:   "025" repeater at 442.025 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "025" repeater on 442.025 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails 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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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 : /Anderson Powerpoles SnoVARC.pptx
Uploaded by : n7gco <n7gcodx@...>
Description : Powerpole presentation from June 7 2012 meeting

You can access this file at the URL:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/KE7GFZ/files/Anderson%20Powerpoles%20SnoVARC.pptx

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

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Appreciation for Fun Run Volunteers

barbpowrie <bpowrie@...>
 

THANKS to all the radio operators, CERT's, and neighbors who volunteered as Course Marshals for the June 3rd Fun Run in Duvall.  As you can see from comments by the runners themselves, you were very much appreciated! Here is an email from Paige Denison, representing the Riverview Education Foundation.

Barb Powrie

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

From: Paige Denison [mailto:paigedenison@...]
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 11:11 PM
To: run@...
Cc: Barb Powrie; Jim Bennett; Sue Davenport; Tim Weinert; John Hawkins; Pam Werner; Dean Vergillo; Lori Bailey
Subject: To the Volunteers that put the AWE in Awesome! Thank you!

Dear RUN DUVALL Volunteers,

Listen Up!  I want you to experience just a smattering of the emails I've received about YOU:

"Just want to extend my thanks and appreciation for a great event at Run Duvall today.  I ran the 10K and though the first couple of miles were really tough, I thoroughly enjoyed the event.  The volunteers were enthusiastic and friendly, and the post-race was great.  Despite the challenge I still beat my personal best for the 10K distance by over 2 mins so overall it was a fantastic day for me..!!  Schedule permitting, I will have this on my race calendar again next year. "

"My favorite part of the event is, of course, the finish line. There is such a spirit of community there!"

"if you talk to your lead cyclist, tell him thanks for clearing a path. He was totally on top of getting the wayward runners to the right-hand side of the path on our way back."

"I do want to say thank you to YOU and ALL the VOLUNTEERS!"

"But a long way ahead - there shone a yellow-green vest that said - "we are here - waiting for you!"  Always they were so smiley and pleasant - I thanked them for their patience - they said they enjoyed being there - it  just made the whole walk wonderful.  Then - the wonderful cheering
when I did finish - was SO appreciated!"

"Thank you for a great run. I could not believe how competitive my age was. I really enjoyed how friendly everyone was. You had plenty of food and refreshments. I run about 20 runs a year and  your run is right up there in the top 5."

  "I wanted to let you know how impressed I was on the Run Duvall 5k/10k on Sunday.  My girlfriend and I were in town for my sisters wedding in Redmond and figured while were here let's find a race to run.  The volunteers were amazing from the race check in, through out the race (the boy scouts at the aid station were awesome!) And at the end of the race.  The town of Duvall has some special people.""

"Please tell all the volunteers and race officials that they did an awesome job! If were ever in Seattle at the time of the race, we well definitely be running again.Thanks again for an awesome event that capped off a special weekend for my family."

I'll say it again: It's a tall order to find the proper words to convey just  how much we appreciate your efforts but these folks did  it pretty well! You did an amazing job yet again this Sunday putting on a great race for a lot of sweaty, happy folks!  I often say that the telling bit about a team is in those moments when things aren't going as planned ~ well, we had a few of those moments and folks just pitched in and smiled and got 'er done without hesitation and as a result the participants just concentrated on having a great race. Thank you. You can check out the  results here: www.runduvall.org and photos at www.photobakery.net .

We had 590 registered runners in the 5K,10K and Kid's Dashes  and 527 finishers overall. We talk all the time about how nice it is to work with all of you! The race was possible because of your efforts. Without course marshals, registration crew, medical aid, water station workers, post race food heroes, photographers, pacers, sweeps and finish chute volunteers, there is quite literally no race.You make it happen.  And there is something else you make happen: the race raised approximately $9,000  towards supporting health and wellness programming in Riverview School District through REF grants. With the current state of education funding, it becomes more critical all the time.

A special shoutout to CERT and SVARC: Your professionalism is key to race execution and we really appreciate your vigilance keeping the runners safe and training those you are working alongside.  We feel honored to be able to work with you again this year and to support your good works.

Folks, we value your time and your help.  If you have any comments or suggestions please let us know. We look forward to working with all of you in future events so we hope you'll be back! Mark your calendars now and save the first weekend of June for our Community Run Party!

With warm appreciation,
Paige
www.runduvall.org
Riverview Education Foundation

 

Re: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Appreciation for Fun Run Volunteers

Kathy K7KJB
 

Thanks for forwarding this Barb.  Always a pleasure to work on this race!

 

Kathy


From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of barbpowrie
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2012 9:33 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Appreciation for Fun Run Volunteers

 

 

THANKS to all the radio operators, CERT's, and neighbors who volunteered as Course Marshals for the June 3rd Fun Run in Duvall.  As you can see from comments by the runners themselves, you were very much appreciated! Here is an email from Paige Denison, representing the Riverview Education Foundation.

Barb Powrie

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

From: Paige Denison [mailto:paigedenison@...]
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 11:11 PM
To: run@...
Cc: Barb Powrie; Jim Bennett; Sue Davenport; Tim Weinert; John Hawkins; Pam Werner; Dean Vergillo; Lori Bailey
Subject: To the Volunteers that put the AWE in Awesome! Thank you!

Dear RUN DUVALL Volunteers,

Listen Up!  I want you to experience just a smattering of the emails I've received about YOU:

"Just want to extend my thanks and appreciation for a great event at Run Duvall today.  I ran the 10K and though the first couple of miles were really tough, I thoroughly enjoyed the event.  The volunteers were enthusiastic and friendly, and the post-race was great.  Despite the challenge I still beat my personal best for the 10K distance by over 2 mins so overall it was a fantastic day for me..!!  Schedule permitting, I will have this on my race calendar again next year. "

"My favorite part of the event is, of course, the finish line. There is such a spirit of community there!"

"if you talk to your lead cyclist, tell him thanks for clearing a path. He was totally on top of getting the wayward runners to the right-hand side of the path on our way back."

"I do want to say thank you to YOU and ALL the VOLUNTEERS!"

"But a long way ahead - there shone a yellow-green vest that said - "we are here - waiting for you!"  Always they were so smiley and pleasant - I thanked them for their patience - they said they enjoyed being there - it  just made the whole walk wonderful.  Then - the wonderful cheering
when I did finish - was SO appreciated!"

"Thank you for a great run. I could not believe how competitive my age was. I really enjoyed how friendly everyone was. You had plenty of food and refreshments. I run about 20 runs a year and  your run is right up there in the top 5."

  "I wanted to let you know how impressed I was on the Run Duvall 5k/10k on Sunday.  My girlfriend and I were in town for my sisters wedding in Redmond and figured while were here let's find a race to run.  The volunteers were amazing from the race check in, through out the race (the boy scouts at the aid station were awesome!) And at the end of the race.  The town of Duvall has some special people.""

"Please tell all the volunteers and race officials that they did an awesome job! If were ever in Seattle at the time of the race, we well definitely be running again.Thanks again for an awesome event that capped off a special weekend for my family."

I'll say it again: It's a tall order to find the proper words to convey just  how much we appreciate your efforts but these folks did  it pretty well! You did an amazing job yet again this Sunday putting on a great race for a lot of sweaty, happy folks!  I often say that the telling bit about a team is in those moments when things aren't going as planned ~ well, we had a few of those moments and folks just pitched in and smiled and got 'er done without hesitation and as a result the participants just concentrated on having a great race. Thank you. You can check out the  results here: www.runduvall.org and photos at www.photobakery.net .

We had 590 registered runners in the 5K,10K and Kid's Dashes  and 527 finishers overall. We talk all the time about how nice it is to work with all of you! The race was possible because of your efforts. Without course marshals, registration crew, medical aid, water station workers, post race food heroes, photographers, pacers, sweeps and finish chute volunteers, there is quite literally no race.You make it happen.  And there is something else you make happen: the race raised approximately $9,000  towards supporting health and wellness programming in Riverview School District through REF grants. With the current state of education funding, it becomes more critical all the time.

A special shoutout to CERT and SVARC: Your professionalism is key to race execution and we really appreciate your vigilance keeping the runners safe and training those you are working alongside.  We feel honored to be able to work with you again this year and to support your good works.

Folks, we value your time and your help.  If you have any comments or suggestions please let us know. We look forward to working with all of you in future events so we hope you'll be back! Mark your calendars now and save the first weekend of June for our Community Run Party!

With warm appreciation,
Paige
www.runduvall.org
Riverview Education Foundation

 

Information On WSP Background Check Form

slick
 

Hi All,

 

Here is the scoop on what part of the Washington State Patrol Background Check should be filled out and what not to fill out.

 

Page 1

Do not write in sections A and B

Fill out section C

Fill out section

                Requesting agency is Carnation Duvall Citizen Corps

                Be sure and sign your name

                No thumb print required

 

Page 3

Fill out the bottom of page 3

                Be sure and sign your name

 

Page 4  (Temp Emergency Worker Registration Card)

Fill out everything on this page except…

                Do not write on Jurisdiction line

                Do not write on section for emergency worker assignment, authorizing signature, local jurisdiction or date of signature.

Do not worry about the photograph. 

 

Make sure your picture has been taken by Barb Powrie for this application.

 

Remember that one of these forms Is required to be filled out by every member of SnoVARC to obtain the Emergency Workers Credentials.  This will get you covered under the Temporary Emergency Workers insurance while

participating in activities, drills and events that SnoVARC will be involved in.

 

 

Thank You,

 

Rowland Brasch

K7RWB

SnoValley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC)

www.snovalleyarc.org