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EVARC Events/Announcements

July 3, 2022

Vol. 22, No. 27


EVARC Upcoming Events/Announcements image EVARC Logo

Covid 19 reference links

You may find these links useful on the latest COVID-19 information.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services

Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health


 Next meeting of the Elkhorn Valley Amateur Radio Club

Date: Saturday, July 09, 2022
Time: 08:30 AM
Location: First Choice Catering & Party
                 1110 S. 9th St.
                 Norfolk, Ne.

Minutes from the June 11, 2022 meeting minutes are available and can be read here

Visitors and guests are always welcome to the meeting.


Field Day - 2022

Field Day LogoField Day 2022 is in the bag and was an EVARC success.  Thanks to Shane, KE0APG and family for hosting the event again at his QTH.  Thanks to Aaron, KT0Q, for the delicious smoked pork we all enjoyed at the Saturday evening family picnic.  Thanks to Sonja, KA0EZA, for the potato salad, and thanks to everyone that came out for making the annual event a success.

A photo page is under development and will be posted soon.

Amazon Smile

The club is an Amazon Smile donation recipient. If you purchase items from Amazon and have an account, go to your Amount & Lists, Click "Your Amazon Smile", and search for and select "Elkhorn Valley Amateur Radio Club". Then when your order an item from Amazon, start each shopping session at the "amazon smile" web site. A small portion (0.5%) of your order price will then be donated to the club. The club is a registered 502c3 non-profit organization. The club recently received a check from Amazon for over $20.64. If you haven't set your "charity" to "Elkhorn Valley Amateur Radio Club", please do so! Then order through the Amazon Smile home page!


Club Shirts

The club has arranged with Renegade, located in the mall, to make available club logo shirts.  They have the club patch and will order and make shirts  for the club.  The "official" shirt color will be gold.  However they can make apparel with the club patch in any color.  If you would like a gold shirt please print and compete the order form.  Download and complete the order form and take it to Renegade to order your shirt.



Special Operating Events

SOTA weekend Black Hills SD - The Black Hills Amateur Radio Club Is planning to host a Summits on the Air weekend July 16, 17 2022. There are 160 summits within 50 miles of the center of the Black Hills of SD. A large percentage of them are within a mile of a road accessible by a high clearance vehicle or passenger car. Six of the summits are 10’s and thirty are 8’s. It will be reasonable to attempt to activate a number of summits in the 2 day weekend. A significant number of the contacts can be summit to summit. We will kick the weekend off with a BBQ/planning session Friday evening July 15 at Canyon Lake Park in Rapid City. If you are coming from out of town I suggest you make reservations soon as the Black Hills has been very popular the last couple years. Last year’s event was very successful with Hams from 6 states accomplishing 35 activations on 24 different summits. If you are interested in attending or have questions or comments send an email to: [email protected] .  You can also contact Terry Rasmussen, KF0ATX

The Spanish Amateur Radio Union (URE) in Galicia, Spain has organized an event to commemorate the 2022 jubilee of The Way of Saint James with amateur radio. Diploma Xacobeo 2021 - 2022, "Galicia for the world", will take place July 18 - 25, 2022, and is a 1,500 kilometer walk along coastlines and through 10 public routes of landscapes and legends with Hostels on the Camino de Santiago in Galicia. There will be 10 special event stations along the routes from July 18 - 25 and a "diploma" (QSL card) will be issued for making all 10 contacts. On July 25, special event station A02022XAC will be activated and a sepearete diploma will be issued for contact with that station. For additional information visit [email protected]

For more special events visit the ARRL Special Events webpage

Local VHF/UHF Nets

EVARC Net - Mondays at 7:30 PM, 146.73-, CTCSS - 131.8, Linked to Nebraska Hub
Area Rag Chew Net - Tuesday at 7:30 PM, 146.73, CTCSS - 131.8, Linked to Nebraska Hub
Dakota County ARES net - Wednesday at 8:00 PM, 146.73, CTCSS - 131.8, Linked to Nebraska Hub
Norfolk Rag Chew Net - Thursday at 7:30 PM, 444.250, CTCSS - 88.5

Midwest and Nebraska Section News

The Midwest Division Monthly Newsletter can be read on their web site. May 2022 Newsletter.

The latest Nebraska Sections news can be found on the Nebraska Section Facebook page or the ARRL Nebraska Section news web page.

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Test Sessions within 200 miles of Norfolk, NEimage of test session in progress

Recommend you check ahead to make sure the test session is still scheduled. As of: 07/03/2022

What you need to bring to a test session.  Please read and follow these instructions on what you will need at a test session

07/07/2022 - Lincoln, NE  68506
     Sponsor: Lincoln ARC
     Date: Jul 07 2022
     Time: 6:30 PM (Walk-ins allowed)
     Contact: Christopher W. Evens
                    (402) 613-3484
     Email: [email protected]
     Location: College View SDA Church
                    4801 Prescott Ave
                    Heartland Hall B MASKS REQUIRED
                    Lincoln NE 68506-5428
                    Enter E Ent #1 Handicap main
07/12/2022 - Sioux Falls, SD  57104
     Sponsor: Sioux empire ARC
     Date: Jul 12 2022
     Time: 7:00 PM (No Walk-ins / Register or Call ahead)
     Contact: Willis L. Gravning
                    (605) 961-8466
     Email: [email protected]
     Location: Minnehaha Cty Emergency Mngt Bldg
                    608 N Sigler Ave
                    Sioux Falls SD 57104
07/12/2022 - Yankton, SD  57078
     Sponsor: Prairie Dog Amt Radio Club
     Date: Jul 12 2022
     Time: 3:00 PM (No Walk-ins / Register or Call ahead)
     Contact: Fred L. DeRoos
                    (605) 665-2590
     Email: [email protected]
     Location: Christ the King Luthern Church
                    305 W 25th St
                    Yankton SD 57078-1317
07/16/2022 - North Bend, NE  68649
     Sponsor: Pioneer ARC Flea Market
     Date: Jul 16 2022
     Time: 10:00 AM (Walk-ins allowed)
     Contact: John L 'Monty'. Wilson
     (402) 750-0771
     Email: [email protected]
     Location: Platte Valley Historic Bank
                    2 blocks south of Flea Market site
                    612 Main St
                    North Bend NE 68649-5020
07/23/2022 - Sioux City, IA  51101
     Sponsor: Sooland Amt Radio Assoc
     Date: Jul 23 2022
     Time: 10:00 AM (Walk-ins allowed)
     Contact: Tim T. Jarman
                    (712) 223-4033
     Email: [email protected]
     Location: Downtown Public Library
                    529 Pierce St
                    Conference Room
                    Sioux City IA 51101
07/30/2022 - Chapman, NE  68827
     Sponsor: Npparc
     Date: Jul 30 2022
     Time: 10:00 AM (Walk-ins allowed)
     Contact: Kevin D. Curtis
                    (308) 539-6180
     Email: [email protected]
     Location: Bader Park
                    898 Bader Park Rd
                    Chapman NE 68827


For more testing locations see the ARRL Testing Web page and the W5YI-VEC page

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Hamfests/Conventionsimage of a hamfest

NOTE: Recommend you check the event before scheduled date.                                                                                       Current as of: 07/03/2022

07/16/2022 - Pioneer Amateur Radio Club 24th Annual Flea Market, North Bend NE  68649
     Start Date: 07/16/2022
     End Date: 07/16/2022
     Location: North Bend City Auditorium
                    741 North Main Street
                    North Bend, NE 68649
     Website: http://www.k0sw.org	
     Sponsor: Pioneer Amateur Radio Club
     Type: ARRL Hamfest
     Talk-In: 146.67/07 (100 HZ) or 433.900(+)
     Public Contact: Richard Mehaffey , KB0ARZ
                    230 West 11th Street
                    North Bend, NE 68649-5007
     Phone: 402-652-3410
     Email: [email protected]
     Flier: PARCFlea2022.pdf
08/06/2022 - Cedar Valley ARC Techfest, ARRL Iows State Convention
     Start Date: 08/06/2022
     End Date: 08/07/2022
     Location: Linn County Fairgrounds
                    201 Central City Road
                    Central City, IA 52214
     Website: http://w0gq.org/hamfest	
     Sponsor: Cedar Valley Amateur Radio Club, Collins Amateur Radio Club
     Type: ARRL Convention
     Talk-In: 146.745 - 192.8
     Public Contact: David Cripe , NM0S
                    118 Hilltop Dr NE 
                    Mount Vernon, IA 52314
     Phone: 319-651-5879
     Email: [email protected]


08/20/2022 - Northern Plains Regional Radio Council Hamfest, Brewster, MN 56119
     Start Date: 08/20/2022
     End Date: 08/20/2022
     Location: Brewster American Legion Post
                    825 3rd Avenue
                    Brewster, MN 56119
     Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NPRRC/	
     Sponsor: Northern Plains Regional Radio Council
     Type: ARRL Hamfest
     Talk-In: 146.67 - 141.3
     Public Contact: Randy Donahue , WB0ZSO
                    713 N Ireland Avenue
                    PO Box 336
                    Fulda, MN 56131
     Phone: ‪(605) 610-9419‬
     Email: [email protected]
     Info: NPRRC Hamfest Page on Facebook
09/10/2022 - S.A.R.A. Hamfest
     Start Date: 09/10/2022
     End Date: 09/10/2022
     Location: Morningside Lutheran Church (lower gym)
                    700 So. Martha St.
                    Sioux City, IA 51101
     Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/591123127614974	
     Sponsor: Sooland Amateur Radio Association
     Type: ARRL Hamfest
     Talk-In: 146.91 tone: 110.9
     Public Contact: Tim Jarman , K0UX
                    1420 Hiawatha Trail, Sioux City, IA 51104
     Phone: 712-223-4033
     Email: [email protected]


10/15/2022 - Hamboree 2022, Boone IA 50036
     Start Date: 10/15/2022
     End Date: 10/15/2022
     Location: Boone County, Iowa fair community building
                    1601 Industrial Park Rd
                    Boone, IA 50036
     Website: http://www.3900club.com	
     Sponsor: 3900 Club
     Type: ARRL Hamfest
     Talk-In: 146.850-, no tone
     Public Contact: Clay Conard , W0FS
                    PO Box 286 
                    Stratford, IA 50249
     Phone: 515-838-2285
     Email: [email protected]
     Flier: http://www.3900club.com/Hamboree Brochure 2022.pdf
11/19/2022 - Northeast Nebraska Hamfest
     Start Date: 11/19/2022
     End Date: 11/19/2022
     Location: CHC Hall (Knights of Columbus)
                    105 Elm Avenue
                    Norfolk, NE 68701
     Website: http://www.qsl.net/evarc	
     Sponsor: Elkhorn Valley Amateur Radio Club, Inc.
     Type: ARRL Hamfest
     Talk-In: 146.73+ 131.8
     Public Contact: Aaron Mathis , KT0Q
                    PO Box 1033
                    Norfolk, NE 68701
     Phone: 802-989-9246
     Email: [email protected]
     Fliers: Hamfest
                Table Reservation


For a complete listing of Hamfests go to the ARRL Hamfest Search page

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News From the ARRL and ARES Letter

Field Day 2022: 500,000 Contacts Already Reported

2022 ARRL Field Day Field Day 2022 Logowrapped up nearly a week ago, and ARRL Headquarters has already received over 2,400 entries submitted via the online Field Day Entry web application. Early analysis reveals that most of the entrants participated as Class D -- home stations, and Class E -- home stations using emergency power.

As of June 29, the breakdown of Field Day entries by Class showed 2,723 total entries, with 272 in Class A, 361 in Class B, 32 in Class C (mobile), 1,524 in Class D, 484 in Class E, and 50 in Class F.

So far, a total of over 517,000 contacts were reported for the event and those numbers are changing daily. In 2021, there were 1.5 million contacts made during Field Day activities.

Many participants were keeping their hopes up for better propagation, as early forecasts were looking promising. ARRL Contest Program Manager Paul Bourque, N1SFE, said that propagation aside, there was substantial activity. "While band conditions might not have been the greatest, there was a good amount of activity on the bands this past weekend. Many participants seemed to agree that the recent rule changes, capping transmitter power output to 100 W, were a good idea," he said.

Kristi Milluzzi has made a commemorative Field Day cake for each of the last three years, featuring the event's logo. She recently married Andy Milluzzi, KK4LWR, of Clermont, Florida. Andy is a member of the ARRL Public Relations Committee, and co-advisor to the ARRL Collegiate Amateur Radio Program.

Dustin Lomax, KF7FK, reported in his Soapbox comments that it was his first Field Day in which he used CW, adding that "CW was a fun change of pace that really helped make the most of marginal band conditions in WWA [Western Washington]."

There is still plenty of time to submit your 2022 Field Day entry. Participants who submit their entries using ARRL's Online Submission Form can earn 50 bonus points and will receive an email confirmation of their completed entry. Be sure to check the Entries Received web page to verify your entry's status. If it indicates "Pending documents," the required dupe sheet (or in lieu of that, a Cabrillo log file) or other supporting documentation of claimed bonus points is missing.

Participants can edit or add documentation to their online submissions by using the link provided in the confirmation email. Field Day entries must be submitted online or postmarked no later than 2059 UTC on July 26, 2022.

photo Field Day at W1AW2022 Field Day was highly promoted thanks to the efforts of many ARRL Division and Section volunteers, amateur radio clubs, and their members. Many states and counties obtained special proclamations from local governments designating the weekend (in some cases the whole week) as Field Day and Amateur Radio Week, recognizing the many contributions of amateur radio operators during emergencies and with serving their communities.

ARRL treated participants with a live video stream from W1AW, its Headquarters' station, throughout Field Day. Life Member Karl Schwab, KO8S, of Warren, Michigan, was delighted with making contact with W1AW during Field Day. "I heard W1AW calling CQ Field Day on 20 m SSB," wrote Schwab. "I responded and then heard, 'Kilo Oscar Eight Sierra, you're 5 Foxtrot Connecticut.' I responded with my report, and got in their log. ... After Field Day, and uploading my log, I went to the ARRL website and there I found a 4-hour video was available on YouTube, showing W1AW during their Field Day activities. While watching this video, at hour 2, minute 55, I heard and saw my live contact with them! [This] was a special moment for me. One I will never forget." A recording of the W1AW live stream is on ARRL's YouTube channel.

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Southern California Exercise Tests Winlink Global Radio Email

For 2 days in mid-June, over 100 amateur radio operators were joined by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), local and county law enforcement agencies, and the EmComm Training Organization (ETO) for participation in a functional earthquake exercise in southern California, known as SoCal Shifting 2022.

The goal of the exercise, which took place June 18 - 19, was to test the operational capability and readiness of the Winlink Global Radio Email® system using amateur radio frequencies.

Oliver Dully, K6OLI, District Emergency Coordinator of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES®) Los Angeles Northeast District, said the exercise came together quickly over 5 days, with the help of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Disaster Communications Service (DCS), the San Diego ARES, and the Ventura County ARES.

Dully said, "Amateur operators routinely hold weekly tests but need to be network-aware and used to the battle rhythm during emergencies to move traffic in [a] more timely manner."

The exercise scenario included a cluster of earthquakes occurring on June 18 at 10:18 AM Pacific Standard Time, and amateur radio operators were asked to send a series of messages ranging from a Did You Feel It (DYFI) report to a Field Station Report (FSR).

Dully said the exercise was a great success, stating: "Participants were only given a short 3 days' notice, so the great success of the SoCal Shifting 2022 functional exercise again demonstrates the value of regular, mission-focused training and collaboration."

Dully said the numbers from the final after-action report were outstanding:

  • The ARES Los Angeles Northeast District tactical call sign received 372 messages from 101 participating stations during this exercise. Seventy-six of those stations sent all four messages, 16 sent three, the remainder sent two or fewer. The Winlink check-out was most often overlooked.
  • Over 95% of stations correctly located themselves in North and Central America. Three stations missed a (-) sign in their longitudes in some (but not all) of their form submissions. Two stations elected not to send latitude and longitude.
  • Over 95% entered the correct exercise name in the DYFI form. That was of special importance, as it helps USGS aggregate and analyze exercise data.

The exercise scenario and a brief after-action review are available.

Click the link for more information on Winlink

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In Brief.............

  • The K7RA Solar Update - Tad Cook, K7RA, Seattle, reports:

    Photo - Sun June 23 Solar activity took a dramatic plunge over the recent reporting week (June 23 - 29), but geomagnetic activity stayed the same. ARRLField Day weekend saw rising geomagnetic numbers, with the planetary A index at 8, 16, and 23, Friday through Sunday.

    [Photo courtesy of NASA SDO/HMI]

    On Sunday, June 25, 2022, the geomagnetic activity was a problem, although not severe, with many stations on Field Day reporting increased absorption. The planetary K index peaked at 5 (a big number) at the end of the day on Saturday (UTC time) and continued into the early hours of Sunday, which was early Saturday evening on the West Coast.

    This happened because of a crack in the Earth's magnetosphere, detailed here:


    Compared to the previous 7 days, average daily sunspot numbers declined from 124.6 to 49.1, while average daily solar flux dropped from 140.5 to 105.3.

    Planetary and middle latitude A index averages were both the same as the previous week, all numbers around 11.

    The prediction from the United States Air Force (USAF) 557th Weather Wing is not very optimistic, with solar flux peaking at 140 on July 11 - 16.

    The prediction shows 10.7-centimeter solar flux at 90 on June 30 and July 1; 95 on July 2; 105 on July 3 - 7; 130 on July 8 - 9; 135 on July 10; 140 on July 11 - 16; 135, 130, 125, and 120 on July 17 - 20; 115, 110, 105, and 100 on July 21 - 24; 95 on July 25 - 26; 100 on July 27 - 29, and 105, 110, 115, and 120 on July 30 through August 2.

    Predicted planetary A index is 8, 10, and 8 on June 30 through July 2; 5 on July 3 - 7; 8, 8, 12, and 8 on July 8 - 11; 5 on July 12 - 13; 12 on July 14 - 16; 10 on July 17; 8 on July 18 - 21; 12, 15, 15, and 10 on July 22 - 25, and 5 on July 26 through August 4.

    In Friday's bulletin, look for updated forecasts and observations emailed by readers to [email protected].

    Sunspot numbers for June 23 through 29 were 69, 60, 31, 33, 32, 71, and 48, with a mean of 49.1. The 10.7-centimeter flux was 121.4, 115.4, 108.1, 102, 98.2, 96.1, and 96.2, with a mean of 105.3. Estimated planetary A indices were 10, 8, 16, 23, 12, 8, and 6, with a mean of 11.9. Middle latitude A index was 12, 8, 14, 15, 15, 11, and 7, with a mean of 11.7.

    A comprehensive K7RA Solar Update is posted Fridays on the ARRL website. For more information concerning radio propagation, visit the ARRL Technical Information Service, read "What the Numbers Mean...," and check out the Propagation Page of Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA.

    A propagation bulletin archive is available. For customizable propagation charts, visit the VOACAP Online for Ham Radio website.

    Share your reports and observations.

    A weekly, full report is posted on ARRL News.

  • ARRL Podcasts Schedule

    ARRL On the Air logoThe latest episode of the On the Air podcast (Episode 30 ) features a discussion with ARRL Contest Manager Paul Bourque, N1SFE, about ARRL Field Day and off-the-grid operating.

    ARRL Eclectic Tech logoThe latest episode of the Eclectic Tech podcast (Episode 63 ) features a discussion with solar researcher and ARRL Central Division Director Carl Lutzelschwab, K9LA, about the 1859 super flare,known as the Carrington Event. Could it happen again during the peak of the current solar cycle?

    The On the Air and Eclectic Tech podcasts are sponsored by Icom. Both podcasts are available on iTunes (iOS) and Stitcher (Android) as well as on Blubrry -- On the Air | Eclectic Tech.

  • Other Items

    The Hurricane Watch Net is keeping a close eye on a new system, the Potential Tropical Cyclone Two. This system was expected to affect the islands of Curaçao and Aruba as well as the northern coast early Thursday morning June 30, 2022, with sustained winds of 50 MPH (80 km/h). This system is expected to become a Category 1 Hurricane late Friday evening July 1, 2022, when it will be around 110 miles (177 kilometers) east of Bluefields, Nicaragua. Located over the southwestern Caribbean Sea, advisories have been issued with the chance of formation through Friday July 1, 2022, at 90%. Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued by the governments of Nicaragua for the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua from the Nicaragua/Costa Rica border northward to Sandy Bay Sirpi, and Costa Rica for the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica from Limon northward to the Nicaragua/Costa Rica border. As of Thursday June 30, 2022, the Hurricane Watch New has not been activated but as the situation changes activation notices will be sent via the private email listing, as well as posted on their website at www.hwn.org. As a reminder, when activated, the hurricane net will be on 14.325 MHz (USB) by day and 7.268 MHz (LSB) by night. When propagation dictates, both frequencies will be used simultaneously.

    A pedestrian foxhunt hunt was held during the June 21, 2022, Athens County Ohio Amateur Radio Association's (ACARA) summer potluck picnic at the Southside Park shelter. Kirk Groeneveld, KC8JRV, hid several weak transmitters throughout the grounds in the park for hunters who showed up with their gear to zero in on the locations. After a 15-minute search of the grounds Eric McFadden, WD8RIF, was able to locate the first of the transmitters hidden in a squirrel box/brochure tray in an adjacent field. The weathered box had blended with an attached tree to form the perfect hiding spot. The warm, humid day was a deterrent for continuing the hunt for other transmitters, so the hunt was cancelled early. Earlier Athens, Ohio area foxhunts had been designed for motor vehicle hunting, however, with the price of gas rising, it was decided a hunt (on foot) would be more logical at this club event. Two dozen ACARA members attended the picnic.

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Education and Training image student in front of a laptop computer

  • ARRL Certification and Continuing Education course registration - The ARRL has many ways to continue your education in things Amateur Radio. For more information go to the ARRL Training web page. and the Online Course Catalog
  • FEMA Online Training - FEMA has numerous Independent Study Program courses available for Ham Radio Operators and others interested in emergency support and are recommended by ARES. For a list of courses check the FEMA ISP training web site.  Look for courses:
    • IS-100c - Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100
    • IS-200c - ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
    • IS-700b - National Incident Management System (NIMS) An Introduction
    • IS-800d - National Response Framework, An Introductionn
  • Weather Spotter Training --To be a certified Weather Spotter in the State of Nebraska, you must attend a weather spotter training session, take two on-line courses, and pass a written exam provided by your local Emergency Coordinator. The on-line courses can be found on the ucar.edu web site.
  • Are you interested in getting a license or upgrading and would like to attend a class? Take a look at YouTube. There are YouTube videos available that were recorded during actual class sessions. Videos are available for training for all license classes. These have been recorded in 2018 and 2019 and are based on the latest editions of the ARRL Study Guides.
  • Learn CW - The CW ops' CW Academy (CWA) offers free, remote Morse code classes at four separate levels -- beginner through advanced, running from not knowing the code at all to reaching 25 WPM. CWOps also provides a CWOps Test (CWT), an hour-long event every Wednesday at 1300 and 1900 UTC, and Thursdays at 0300 UTC. -- Thanks to The ARRL Contest Update.
    For more information and CW assistance (ELMER) contact Bruce, K8UDH
  • Did you know you can practice code on-line? The ARRL posts their code practice files on the web. These audio files can be played on line or downloaded for later play back on your own computer. Practice files are available for 5, 7.5, 10, 13, 15, 18, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 Words per Minute. To find the files click the following link: http://www.arrl.org/code-practice-files
  • The ARRL offers Webinars, live and pre-recorded, of their Learning Network page. There are many subjects of interest to hams at all levels. Check-out this learning resource.  New talks/lectures are added frequently

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The EVARC weekly net meets every Monday evening at 7:30 PM on the club 2 meter repeater (146.73 -). Check-in to the net to hear an update on activities of other club members, announcements of local interest, and any late breaking information. Everyone is welcome to check in.

The EVARC weekly rag chew net meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 PM on the club 440 repeater (444.250 +). Check-in for general discussion and a weekly trivia question. Want to try your hand as Net Control? Contact Andy, KF0CSI or Shane, KE0APG.

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The purpose of this newsletter is to provide information to local hams with items of interest.  It is compiled from local, regional, and national sources.  Created by Monty Wilson, NRØA.
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