Call your state Senator and Representative today
and tell them that HB2597 will have a negative impact
on the ability of Amateur Radio Emergency Services
to be of help during any disaster that occur in Oregon.
Congratulations! Mike Kearney is the Linn County Sherif's Office
Volunteer of the Year ARES 2016
From the September 2016 issue of QST Magazine's article on the Cascadia Rising SET.
First on the left is Burt Hotchkiss K3BRT Sweet Home, Oregon.
ARES is a national organization operating under the auspices of the American Radio Relay League. It's purpose is to provide communications in the event of emergency. In addition, to hone their skills, many Amateurs provide radio communications during public events, such as races, walks and fund raisers. LCARES Inc. also works in cooperation and in support of ARES organizations in Linn County .
Regular member meetings are held on the forth Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM in the briefing room of the Linn County Sheriff's Office.
To join LCARES or for more information, contact Vaughn, W0ULF,
ARRL Emergency Coordinator for Linn county at W0ULF@HOTMAIL.COM
The Linn County Amateur Radio Emergency Services Group consists of:
Webmaster: Roger Bury KC7OM
Last updated: August 19, 2017 16:58:23 -0700