UPCOMING ARISS CONTACT

Upcoming ARISS Contact Schedule as of 2018-11-07 01:00 UTC

Quick list of scheduled contacts and events:

Bishop O’Connell High School, Arlington, VA, telebridge via W6SRJ
The ISS callsign is presently scheduled to be NA1SS
The scheduled astronaut is Serena Aunon-Chancellor KG5TMT
Contact is a go for: Thu 2018-11-08 15:56:28 UTC 51 deg

New English School, Jabriya, Kuwait, telebridge via K6DUE
The ISS callsign is presently scheduled to be NA1SS
The scheduled astronaut is Serena Aunon-Chancellor KG5TMT
Contact is a go for: Tue 2018-11-13 10:08:08 UTC 50 deg

 

 

An International Space Station school contact has been planned with participants at Bishop O’Connell High School, Arlington, VA

on 08 Nov. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 15:56 UTC. It is recommended that you start listening approximately 10 minutes before this time.The duration of the contact is approximately 9 minutes and 30 seconds. The contact will be a telebridge between NA1SS and W6SRJ. The contact should be audible over the west coast of the U.S. Interested parties are invited to listen in on the 145.80 MHz downlink. The contact is expected to be conducted in English.

Bishop O’Connell High School is a diocesan Catholic college-preparatory high school founded in 1957 and located in Arlington, Virginia. Drawn from the diverse population of Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland, The student body of 1,200 represents a range of socioeconomic, racial, ethnic and religious heritage. The school offers a technology-infused, student-centered, learning environment, with an average class size of 17.

Unique learning experiences include robust curriculum choices in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)–including a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) engineering curriculum–dual credit offerings with Marymount University, and an optional Global Studies program.

Our academic rigor is enriched through the opportunity for independent research projects and supplemental club activities and programs that infuse a strong STEM focus throughout our school.

Faculty at O’Connell collaborate through STEM-driven projects that include using innovative technology solutions and the use of big data to study our world. These activities include building and tracking satellites, small chip payload development, high-altitude balloon experiments, using big data to solve real-world problems, underwater robotics, coding, and Amateur Radio.

And lastly, we love exploring space and space-related activities at Bishop O’Connell!

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. In regards to the future of space travel, what will help us accomplish our

space goals the most, government or commercial space industry?

2. What is it like to float in space? Is it peaceful, is it nerve wracking?

3. When you arrived on the International Space Station, how long did it take

for you to adjust your sleeping habits and how long do you guys normally

sleep?

4. Does homesickness affect you (the astronaut) and if it does, how do you

cope with it.

5. Did you bring anything to remind you of your family?

6. What does a rocket launch feel like?

7. Will you use ham radio after leaving the ISS?  We hope we can talk to you

through our radio once you are back on earth.

8. How do you navigate your way through the space station if almost every

room looks the same?

9. What are your thoughts on humans visiting Mars? When do you think it will

happen, if at all?

10. What do you do in your free time?

11. How much replanning is happening in your workdays because the other two

astronauts are not there?

12. Can you see the leaves changing in the Northeast US? Elsewhere in the

world?

13. New satellites such as GOES16 produce incredibly detailed images which we

look at here on the Internet.  Do you use those images to help guide your

observations from ISS?

14. Of all those different nationalities, has anyone held worship services?

Aboard, or from the ground?

15. Is there static electricity in space?  How do you deal with it?

16. How are you celebrating NASA’s 60th anniversary?

17. Have you ever been on an EVA walk? If so, what was the task?

18. How much humidity is there on the ISS?  Is the air ever too dry or to

moist?

19. It snowed recently in the Allegheny Mountains not far from us, can you

see snow from space?

PLEASE CHECK THE FOLLOWING FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ARISS UPDATES:

Visit ARISS on Facebook. We can be found at Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS).

To receive our Twitter updates, follow @ARISS_status

Next planned event(s):

1.  New English School, Jabriya, Kuwait, telebridge via K6DUE

The ISS callsign is presently scheduled to be NA1SS

The scheduled astronaut is Serena Aunon-Chancellor KG5TMT

Contact is a go for: Tue 2018-11-13  10:08 UTC

About ARISS:

Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) is a cooperative venture of international amateur radio societies and the space agencies that support the International Space Station (ISS). In the United States, sponsors are the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT), the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) and  National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).  The primary goal of ARISS is to promote exploration of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) topics by organizing scheduled contacts via amateur radio between crew members aboard the ISS and students in classrooms or informal education venues.  With the help of experienced amateur radio volunteers, ISS crews speak directly with large audiences in a variety of public forums.  Before and during these radio contacts, students, teachers, parents, and communities learn about space, space technologies, and amateur radio.  For more informa
tion, see www.ariss.orgwww.amsat.org, and www.arrl.org.

Thank you & 73,

David – AA4KN

 

 

..If you are interested in applying for an ARISS contact, please go to http://www.ariss.org/apply-to-host-an-ariss-contact.html

The information below is from the ARISS webpage:

International Space Station Astronauts are Calling CQ ARISS Students
ARISS-US program’s education proposal window open Oct. 1 – Nov. 30, 2018

September 25, 2018: ARISS is seeking proposals beginning October 1, 2018 from US schools, museums, science centers and community youth organizations (working individually or together) to host amateur radio contacts with an orbiting crew member aboard the International Space Station (ISS) between July 1 and December 30, 2019.

Each year, ARISS provides tens of thousands of students with learning opportunities about space technologies, communications, and much more through the exploration of Amateur Radio and space. ARISS has been pleased of late, to be one of many possibilities of interest to educators during NASA’s A Year of Education on Station, which celebrates an almost 12-month presence of a teacher aboard the ISS. The ARISS program connects students to astronauts on the ISS through a partnership between NASA, the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation, the American Radio Relay League, other Amateur Radio global organizations and the worldwide space agencies. The program’s goal is to inspire students to pursue interests and careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and in Amateur Radio.

Educators report regularly that student participation in the ARISS program stimulates interest in STEM subjects and STEM careers. One educator wrote, “Many of the middle school students who took part in and attended the ARISS contact have selected science courses in high school as a result of that contact.” Educators are setting up ham radio clubs in schools and learning centers because of students’ interest.

ARISS is looking for organizations that will draw large numbers of participants and integrate the contact into a well-developed, exciting education plan. Students can learn about satellite communications, wireless technology, science research conducted on the ISS, radio science, and other STEM subjects. Students learn to use Amateur Radio to talk directly to an astronaut and ask their STEM-related questions. ARISS will help educational organizations locate Amateur Radio groups who can assist with equipment for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for students.

The proposal window opens October 1, 2018 and the proposal deadline is November 30, 2018.
For proposal guidelines and forms and more details, visit: http://www.ariss.org/hosting-an-ariss-contact-in-the-us.html

Proposal webinars for guidance and getting questions answered will be offered October 11 and October 23, 2018, both at 8 pm Eastern Time. Advance registration is necessary. To sign up, go to: ariss-proposal-webinar-fall-2018.eventbrite.com/

ARISS Contact Applications (Europe, Africa and the Middle East)

Schools and Youth organizations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East interested in setting up an ARISS radio contact with an astronaut on board the International Space Station are invited to submit an application from September to October and from February to April.

Please refer to details and the application form at www.ariss-eu.org/school-contacts. Applications should be addressed by email to: school.selection.manager@ariss-eu.org

ARISS Contact Applications (Canada, Central and South America, Asia and Australia and Russia)

Organizations outside the United States can apply for an ARISS contact by filling out an application. Please direct questions to the appropriate regional representative listed below. If your country is not specifically listed, send your questions to the nearest ARISS Region listed. If you are unsure which address to use, please send your question to the ARISS-Canada representative; they will forward your question to the appropriate coordinator.

For the application, click here.
ARISS-Canada and the Americas, except USA: Steve McFarlane, VE3TBD
ARISS-Japan, Asia, Pacific and Australia: Keigo Komuro, JA1KAB, Japan Amateur Radio League (JARL)
ARISS-Russia: Soyuz Radioljubitelei Rossii (SRR)

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ARISS is always glad to receive listener reports for the above contacts. ARISS thanks everyone in advance for their assistance. Feel free to send your reports to aj9n@amsat.org or aj9n@aol.com.

Listen for the ISS on the downlink of 145.8Ø MHz.

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All ARISS contacts are made via the Kenwood radio unless otherwise noted.

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Several of you have sent me emails asking about the RAC ARISS website and
not being able to get in. That has now been changed to
http://www.ariss.org/

Note that there are links to other ARISS websites from this site.

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Looking for something new to do? How about receiving DATV from the ISS?
If interested, then please go to the ARISS-EU website for complete
details. Look for the buttons indicating Ham Video.

http://www.ariss-eu.org/

If you need some assistance, ARISS mentor Kerry N6IZW, might be able to provide some insight. Contact Kerry at kbanke@sbcglobal.net
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ARISS congratulations the following mentors who have now mentored over 100
schools:

Digital Bulletin – 11-05-18

  • Next monthly meeting of the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is tomorrow, November 6th at 1900L, regular meeting location of 11th and E streets, Eureka. Some of the items on the agenda are election of officers and the schedule of events for next year.
  • No Tuesday night workshops in November or December. Enjoy the holidays.
  • H.A.R.C. Holiday Dinner, Friday December 14th @ 17:30.  Located at Humboldt Area Foundation.  Please bring hot food and more!

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 10-29-18

  • Next monthly meeting of the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is Tuesday, November 6th at 1900L, regular meeting location of 11th and E streets, Eureka.
  • No Tuesday Night workshops in November or December. Enjoy the holidays.
  • Don’t forget to change time this weekend and Happy Halloween!

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 10-22-18

  • Next monthly meeting of the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is Tuesday, November 5th at 1900L, regular meeting location of 11th and E streets, Eureka.
  • No Tuesday Night workshops in November or December

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 10-15-18

  • Looking for help with Jamboree on the Air this Sunday from 10 to 2 at the Scout office. I would like operators to bring and setup equipment for various bands and modes so there is a variety of ways to operate, such as VHF/UHF FM, HF phone, Winlink, IRLP, and any other modes we can demonstrate. Volunteers should contact me by email at KK6MPT@gmail.com. Thanks-Kevin!
  • Thursday, October 18th at 1020L, the Humboldt County Emergency Communications group will have a check-in Net for the California Shake-out. This will be on the Far West system, some simplex frequencies, and maybe on HF.
  • Humboldt EmComm group meeting Thursday, October 18th at 1900L, will be discussing message handling and net protocol as well as the Disaster Service Workers program.
  • Saturday, October 20th at 1000L, there will be Amateur Radio exams in Fortuna at the fire hall.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 10-08-18

  • Tomorrow, Tuesday 9th. at 1900L, second Tuesday workshop at the regular H.A.R.C. meeting place.
  • California Office of Emergency Services will present a webinar reguarding Disaster Service Workers on Wednesday 10th, 10AM to Noon at the Agriculture building bottom of Humboldt Hill.
  • Sunday, October 14th will be the Humboldt Redwoods Marathon. We will need VHF communicators.
  • Thursday, October 18th at 1020L, the Humboldt County Emergency Communications group will have a check-in Net for the California Shake-out. This will be on the Far West system and maybe on HF.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 10-01-18

  • Tomorrow, Tuesday October 2nd, at 1900L, the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club will hold it’s monthly meeting at the regular meeting location, 11th and E streets, Eureka.
  • October 6th will have a California QSO party campout. More information at the H.A.R.C. meeting
  • Sunday, October 14th will be the Humboldt Redwoods Marathon. We will need VHF communicators.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 09-24-18

  • The Grasshopper 147.33 MHz repeater is back on the air.
  • Tuesday, October 2nd at 1900L the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club will hold it’s monthly meeting at the regular meeting location, 11th and E streets, Eureka
  • October 6th will have a California QSO party campout. More information to follow.
  • October 14th will be the Humboldt Redwoods Marathon. We will need VHF communicators.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.
  • This ends the digital bulletin for September 24th.

Digital Bulletin – 09-17-18

  • Thursday, September 20th, the EmComm group will have an On-The-Air meeting at 1900L on the Far West System.
  • October 6th will have a California QSO party campout. More information to follow.
  • October 14th will be the Humboldt Redwoods Marathon. We will need VHF communicators.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz. Also available online at: https:www.humboldt-arc.org/catagory/bulletin-board/
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 09-10-18

  • Technicain class license class starts Tonight, September 10th at the H.A.R.C location at 1900L.
  • Tuesday, September 11th is the second Tuesday workshop at the regular H.A.R C. meeting location at 1900L with a discussion and training on digital radio techniques.
  • September 15 is the Eureka Block Party at Carson Park. H.A.R.C. will have a booth promoting Amateur Radio. Come and help out.
  • VE testing on Saturday, September 15th.
  • October 6th will have a California QSO party campout.
  • October 14th will be the Humboldt Redwoods Marathon. We will need VHF communicators.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Also available online at: https:www.humboldt-arc.org/catagory/bulletin-board/

Here is the fire report for 09-10-18

Delta Fire
47,110 Acres, 5% Contained
2,380 Personnel
Interstate 5 between Redding and Mt. Shasta is open. Travel is reduced to one lane in each direction for approximately seventeen miles.
***The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has issued mandatory evacuations for residents along the Interstate 5 corridor from exit 707 at Vollmers north to exit 714 at Gibson***

Hirz Fire
46,150 Acres, 95% Contained
250 Personnel

Natchaz Fire
32,398 Acres, 77% Contained
Started 07-15-18

Cal Year to date Statistics
January 1, 2018 through September 9, 2018 4,732 Fires, 616,697 Acres
January 1, 2017 through September 9, 2017 4,621 Fires, 235,925 Acres
5 year average (same interval) 4,396 Fires, 175,634 Acers
2018 Combined YTD (CALFIRE & US Forest Service) 5,701 Fires 1,325,023 Acers
(Carl – KM6LIQ)


Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

This ends the digital bulletin for September 10th.

Digital Bulletin – 09-03-18

Digital Bulletin for Monday September 3, 2018
By: Carl – KM6LIQ

  • 09-04-18 – Next meeting of the Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is Tuesday @ 1900L at the regular meeting location. Dues are due.
  • 09-08-18 – Enduro bicycle event near Blue Lake. Meet at Mad River Brewery @ 09:30. May last till 17:00. VHF Communicators needed. Contact Ben – KK6SYJ.
  • 09-09-18 – FWRA Swap and Potluck, beginning at 10:00 AM at Fireman’s Park in Scotia.
  • 09-10-18 – Technicians Licensing 10 Week Class starts @ 19:00L at the Eureka Muni
  • 09-11-18 – Next 2nd Tuesday Workshop is Digi HF / VHF with programs like FL-Digi.

*** FIRE UPDATE ***

  • Mill Creek1 Fire [final]
    Hwy 96 – 100% contained at 3,674 acres.
  • Carr Fire [Final]
    100% contained at 229,651 acres.
  • Mendocino Complex
    410,182 acres and 93% contained
  • Hirz Fire [update]
    Redding – 45,289 acres and 46% contained.

This concludes the digital bulletin.

Digital Bulletin – 08-20-18

  • We need a Net control operator for September 3rd. for the Monday VHF Net and 7:30 Humboldt County VHF Net.
  • Next meeting of the Humboldt Amatuer Radio Club is Tuesday, September 4th, 1900L at the regular meeting location. Dues are due.Picinic
  • Sept 8 Enduro bicycle event near Blue Lake 10:00 to 4:00ish. VHF Communicators needed. Contact Ben KK6SYJ.
  • Sunday, September 9th is the Far West picnic and swap meet in Scotia.
  • Next 2nd Tuesday Workshop is Digi HF / VHF with programs like FL-Digi.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Ham Radio Licensing Classes Begin September 10, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FROM:
Don Campbell
707-834-0042
ke6hec@sbcglobal.net

The Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is offering a class to prepare students for the Federal Communication Commission’s Amateur Radio Technician license examination.

  • The Technician Class license is the entry-level license for Amateur Radio.
  • The class is free of charge and open to all members of the community.
  • The class will be held inthe HARC Meeting Room at the Eureka Municipal Auditorium, 406 11th Street, the corner of 11th and E Streets.
  • The class begins at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, September 10, 2018.
  • The class will meet for 10 consecutive Mondays from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
  • The class will introduce radio and electronic fundamentals, tips on operating station equipment, procedures for communicating with other Hams, license and operating regulations and radio safety.

Students are encouraged to purchase the textbook used for the Class. The book is The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual 4th Edition, available from the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) for $29.95 plus shipping.  The book may be purchased at the following web site;

http://www.arrl.org/shop/Licensing-Education-and-Training/

A limited number of books will be available at the class.

Following the class, students will be able to become licensed Amateur Radio operators after successfully passing the FCC license test scheduled on Saturday, November 17, in the Humboldt Bay Fire Training Room on 6th Street between C and D Streets in Eureka.

For more information on the class, contact Don Campbell, (707) 834-0042.

Digital Bulletin – 08-13-18

FIRE UPDATES:

Mendocino Complex Fires
295,970 acres – 59% contained
Structures Destroyed: 147 residences / 118 other
Total Fire Personnel: 3221
With minimal humidity recovery during nighttime operations the Ranch Fire was very active in the northwest corner and continued to burn towards Lake Pillsbury.

Carr Fire
202,976 acres – 61% contained
Structures Destroyed: 1,077 residences, 22 commercial structures, 500 outbuildings
Total Fire Personnel: 4,641
Firefighters continued to strengthen containment lines throughout the night. Fire is located in steep drainages, with varying wind exposure.

Taylor Creek and Klondike Fires
48,257 acres – 45% contained
55,247 acres – 15% contained
The change in wind direction from the northeast to the northwest has the potential to increase fire growth due to the alignment of the drainages.

The Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is having it’s second Tuesday workshop tomorrow, August 14th, 1900L at the regular H.A.R.C. meeting place, 11th & E, Eureka. Topic of the evening is SSB/linear satellite operation.
The next communications event is August 18th for the Redwood Empire Endurance Riders in Orick. This is a all day event and VHF communicators are needed. Contact Don, KE6HEC for more info.

This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Fire Updates – 08-06-18

Ranch Fire | August 06, 2018 7:15 am
225,001 acres – 21% contained
Structures Destroyed: 75 residences / 68 other
Total Fire Personnel: 3,781
The Ranch Fire continues to grow in the north and south eastern directions, threatening communities in the fires path.

River Fire | August 06, 2018 7:15 am
48,663 acres – 58% contained
The River Fire had limited movement overnight, a burnout operation conducted on the Northern portion of the fire in the late afternoon improved containment.

Carr Fire | August 06, 2018 7:34 am
163,207 acres – 45% contained
1,080 residences, 24 commercial structures, 500 outbuildings destroyed
Total Fire Personnel: 4,766
Heavy timber areas and steep drainages are challenging firefighting efforts. Firefighters will continue to mitigate potential spot fires over control lines.

Digital Bulletin – 08-06-18

  • The Humboldt Amateur Radio Club is having it’s regular monthly meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, August 7th, 1900L at the regular H.A.R.C. meeting place, 11th & E, Eureka.
  • The next communications event is August 18th for the Redwood Empire Endurance Riders in Orick. This is a all day event and VHF communicators are needed.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 07-30-18

FIRE UPDATES:

Carr Fire – July 30, 2018 5:35 pm
98,724 acres – 20% contained
Structures Destroyed: 723 residences, 3 commerical structures, 240
outbuildings destroyed – 159 residences, 4 commercial structures and 30
outbuildings damaged
Total Fire Personel: 3,388
Firefighters worked through the night to build control lines. Today crews will
work to mitigate potential spot fires as shifting winds, dry fuels, and steep
drainages exist below control lines. Red Flag Warning expires today at 8 AM.
Damage assessment will continue as conditions allow.

Ranch Fire – July 30, 2018 12:16 pm
35,076 acres – 5% contained
River Fire – July 30, 2018 12:15 pm
20,911 acres – 5% contained
Structures Destroyed: 6 Residences and 1 Outbuilding
Total Fire Personel: 1, 379
Firefighters continue to battle the River and Ranch fires. Crews worked
throughout the night to reinforce containment lines while the fire behavior
remained extreme. Weather conditions will continue to challenge firefighters
as hot, dry and windy conditions persist.

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  • The next Humboldt Amateur Radio Club meeting wil be Tuesday, August 7th, 1900L at the regular H.A.R.C. meeting place, 11th & E, Eureka.
  • The next communications event is August 18th for the Redwood Empire Endurance Riders in Orick. This is a all day event and VHF communicators are needed.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 07-23-18

  • The Humboldt Amateur Radio Club has been invited to this Saturday’s “Get Out And Play” event. The club will have a table set up near Ramone’s in Old Town Eureka. Setup will begin around 10:30 and the event starts at Noon. For more information contact Peter, W6IES, at W6IES@ARRL.NET
  • The next Humboldt Amateur Radio Club meeting wil be Tuesday, August 7th, 1900L at the regular H.A.R.C. meeting place, 11th & E, Eureka.
  • The next communications event is August 18th for the Redwood Empire Endurance Riders in Orick. This is a all day event and VHF communicators are needed.

 

  • There will not be a digital bulletin next Monday the 30th.
  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

Digital Bulletin – 07-09-18

  • The second Tuesday workshop, tomorrow July 10th, will discuss the recent Field Day. Workshop starts at 1900L at the regular H.A.R.C. meeting place, 11th & E, Eureka.
  • The monthly EmComm meeting for July will discuss the upcomming EmComm drill. The meeting will take place at the regular H.A.R.C. meeting place on Thursday, July 19th, at 1900L.
  • Saturday morning, July 21st, will be an EmComm exercise to practice message handling. Details at the EmComm meeting.
  • There will not be a digital bulletin next Monday the 16th.

 

  • This and following digital bulletins will be available via Packet at W6ZZK-1 145.05 MHz.
  • Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net via Packet to WA6NBG@W6ZZK-1 or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.