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Check Into Our Friday Evening Net on the 146.910 Repeater! -

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FEBRUARY 2018 Club Meeting ! Will be held on Friday, February 9, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ag Center. (NOTE THE NEW EARLIER STARTING TIME.)  The Program: TBA

NEW TIME FOR CLUB MEETINGS ! Starting with the January 12, 2018 RRC Membership meeting, the starting time has been changed to 7:30 p.m.  This new time will be for all 2018 RRC Membership meetings.

RRC ROSTER ! A roster of RRC Members as of December 31, 2017 is now available.  It is in four parts in .pdf format.

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CLUB CALENDAR ! See the RRC Calendar for events of interest.  Click on the Calendar on the left side frame.

The next RRC VE Test Session ! Will be held as needed, and will be announced at a future date.  

THREE-SEVEN-TEN ! A Two Meter Activity Initiative-A way to bring more activity to the RRC 146.910 Club Repeater was introduced by Rich Ahrens, W3WJC, Editor of the RRC Bulletin and former Club President. The thought is to turn on your 2-Meter transceiver at 3 PM, 7 PM and 10 PM. Identify your station and see if anyone comes back and wants to shoot the breeze. No net control, just some informal conversation. Let us try this and see if we can pep up activity on the Reading Radio Club repeater. The CTCSS is 131.8 MHz.

Monday Night Nets Check into the Monday Evening Nets and join your fellow amateur radio operators. RACES/ARES Net at 8p.m. on 147.180+ and the QCWA Net at 9p.m. on the RRC repeater on 146.910- MHz.

Meeting on the Air On the Fridays that we don't have meetings at the Ag Center, consider checking into our On-The-Air Net at 8 p.m. on the Club's 146.910 MHz repeater. Remember to use the CTCSS of 131.8Hz due to the noise levels. It lasts about an hour and it starts with Amateur Radio Newsline followed by local items of interest and birthday anniversary celebrations. Lastly the roll call rounds out the hour long net. Details

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