Linn County Amateur Radio Emergency Services


Congratulations Declan 2018 ARRL Wilse Morgan Scholarship winner!


Congratulations!  August Johnson KG7BZ is the Linn County Sherif's Office

Volunteer of the Year ARES 2017


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 [email protected]

The Linn County Amateur Radio Emergency Services Group consists of:

LCARES Officers

LCARES President Roger Emery W7ACW LARES President Merlin Egan WY7MAE
Vice Pres. Tony Masvidal W7PCU LARES VP August Johnson KG7BZ
Secretary / Treasurer Denise Emery N7OSU Operations AEC  Vaughn Phillips W0ULF
 K7LCH Trustee Merlin Egan Training Officer   Roger Emery W7ACW
ARRL EC Vaughn Phillips W0ULF VEC Denise Emery N7OSU
Albany Hospital AEC Roger Emery W7ACW Lebanon Hospital AEC  Merlin Egan WA7MAE

Linn Benton Community College AEC

Duane Jensen KG7AHP

Digital Communications AEC

/Official Emergency Station

Vaughn Phillips W0ULF

along with over 60 other amateur radio operators in Linn County

that have seen the need to organize and prepare to provide emergency communications

and donate their valuable time to that end.


Webmaster: Roger Bury KC7OM

Last updated: November 08, 2018 10:45:58 -0800