Unfortunately, several setbacks in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic make necessary the difficult decision to cancel Hamvention 2021. Hundreds of volunteers have been working to do everything necessary to bring this Hamvention to the many amateur radio enthusiasts and vendors who support the Dayton Hamvention.
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It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of former HARA President Jim Hause, K8CUH. Jim passed peacefully on Friday evening at his home.
At our Jan 7 business meeting, Mike Boyle WF8B was recognized by Clinton County EMA director Thomas Breckel for his 23 years of service to the EMA and the county. His award reads as follow.
Your membership dues help support the repeaters in Clinton County and right now if you join the Clinton County Amateur Radio Association, you will receive complimentary membership for 2021! Joining has never been easier, just visit Membership to get started!
Saturday October 3, 2020
9a – 5p (Setup starts at 7:30a)
September 12, 2020 10a-6p CCARA plans to activate Cowan Lake State Park this year for the Ohio State Parks on the Air. We will be setting up in the parking lot between the beach and the shelter on top of the hill. Pop-up canopies, tables and chairs are permitted and social distancing requirements will be enforced by ODNR.
See the note below from Stan Broadway Hey gang! This year’s SET will be October 3 and 4, and it’s going to be a big one!! As you know, we have been working on Matt’s curriculum of traffic management to take ARES in Ohio up to the next level- by making us much more proficient in sending messages….the one main thing we’re tasked with doing! Matt’s plans this year will make this a LOCAL exercise for your county, and counties around you. Yes, there’s a broader umbrella program involved, that actually involves FEMA, Washington DC, but the focus is on YOUR county, and the effort has been to put together a realistic exercise that you might easily face in real life. So let’s get warmed up! Take a look at this video: https://youtu.be/gPYvqfGARm4 and see if that helps get you excited. We are creating a “message handling” curriculum for ALL ARES members, we think you’ll like it! So far, viewer testing has been really positive! So take a look and get ready for the SET October 3 and 4th! It’s getting closer. -Stan
Amateur radio licensees would pay a $50 fee for each amateur radio license application if the FCC adopts rules it proposed this week. Included in the FCC’s fee proposal are applications for new licenses, renewal and upgrades to existing licenses, and vanity call sign requests.