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ARRL has much more information on how You Use Your License to Serve the Community. ARRL's volunteer Amateur Radio operators help their communities in good times and bad, through community events, disaster response, and various programs.

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) consists of trained radio amateurs who provide public service communications support. Find out more at: http://www.arrl.org/ares

To join Sacramento County ARES, please download the form below and fill it out and save it as ARES_Registration_Form-CALLSIGN.pdf (Adobe Acrobat Reader) and you can email the saved form to Bill Shaffer, N6SGT at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  You may alternativly print out the completed form or blank form and fill it out by hand and bring it to a meeting to be turned in.  

Attachments:
Download this file (ARES_Registration_Form.pdf)ARES_Registration_Form.pdf[ ]131 kB

ARES/RACES Net

The Net is held weekly on Monday night on the N6ICW and K6IS repeater systems.  The two systems are linked during the net.

Time: 7:00 PM

Frequency:

N6ICW: 147.195 MHz (+) pl 123.0

K6IS: 145.190 MHz (-) pl 162.2

 

Calendar Agenda

Event's listed with '+' before are looking for more radio operators. If you have an event to list with us, send an email to sacramentocountyares@gmail.com.

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