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Purpose: The Emergency Amateur Radio Club prides itself in encouraging its members to become active in both public service events and emergency communications.  Over the course of the year, events like benefit walks, parades, and marathons, require the help of amateur radio operators.  This page serves as a guide to outline which events have held nets on EARC repeaters in the past and will probably ask to do so in the future.

Frequently Asked Questions:

I want to volunteer, but don't know whom to contact!  Contact information for each event will not be posted until all details are known, typically 6-8 weeks before the event is likely to occur.  Such information, if any, will be posted on the main page of this website.

How do I get my event coordinated?  You can get your event coordinated by contacting Kevin Bogan, AH6QO, via e-mail.

Events that have held nets using EARC repeaters:

  • Great Aloha Run (President's Day, February)
  • Honolulu Festivals Parade (March)
  • March of Dimes Walkathon (April)
  • Skywarn -- Makani Pahili (May)
  • Pan Pacific Matsuuri Parade (June)
  • Kailua 4th of July Parade (July)
  • Okinawan Festival Parade (July)
  • American Heart Association Heart Walk (August)
  • Aloha Festivals Parade (September)
  • Kaimuki Christmas Parade (November-December)
  • Honolulu City Lights Parade (December)
  • Honolulu Marathon (December)

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