Bulletins and Announcements revised

COVID-19 Status:
Humboldt County cases 6,992/76 Deaths.
Del Norte County cases 2,890/23 Deaths.
Trinity County cases 632/8 Deaths.
Mendocino County cases 5,927/61 Deaths.

Knob Fire Burning South of Willow Creek Evacuation Orders Issued! Today 3:40 p.m.
Monument Fire--Acres: 164,746 Containment: 29%. Was: 150,011 Acres.
Dixie Fire--Acres: 771,183 Containment:40% Was: 725,821 Acres.

Just for a bit of perspective about the number of fires currently burning in this area: the River Complex is about 25 miles from Hoopa, the Knob Fire is about 10 miles from Hoopa, the Monument Fire is about 20 miles from Hoopa, and the K-Rail Fire is about 4 miles.

HW-299 is open with restrictions. HW-36 is open.

NBEMS net is TONIGHT beginning at 8pm. We'll meet on the HARC repeater. Following a quick roll call, we'll try to move to 146.910 repeater. All hams are invited. Contact Jaye ke6sls@arrl.net

Winlink Wednesday Net every Wednesday. Visit us at: www.humboldtwinlinkwednesday.net.

An in the field Winlink Exercise will happen this Sunday, 9/5, 0900-1200L. Friday will be a practice session conducted from home at 1900L coordinated on the Muni Repeater. Deployments will be assigned on Saturday at 1900L, coordinated from the Muni repeater as well. Contact KG6LHW@arrl.net for details. Sign up by Saturday 1100L

The September HARC Meeting will be ON-THE-AIR at 1900L, 9/7 on the Muni Repeater.

Howard KB6NN needs a (replacement) program for the September 21 workshop. kb6nn@yahoo.com.

September 11 & 12th. REER Cuneo Creek Ride(Horse race in SoHum). Contact Anthony, KG6LHW@arrl.net.

Far West Picnic and Swap Meet Sunday, Sept. 12th., Fireman's Park in Rio Dell. See www.farwestrepeaters.org for map and other info.

October 9 & 10th, Mountain Bike Race near Blue Lake. Contact Ben, K6SYJ@arrl.net.

Humboldt Amateur Radio Club Key Holders:
Trailer Keys - KG6LHW - KK6SYJ - KK6MPV
Clubhouse Keys - KG6LHW - KK6SYJ - W6IES

Club equipment:
WA6NBG: Multi-band vertical and misc. hardware at Murray Field hanger.
KB6DE: Tower Guys for adjustments. Mast Clamps and Ground Tackle for temporary safe keeping.

This and following digital bulletins will be available online at: https:www.humboldt-arc.org/all-posts/.

Send any bulletins or announcements for the Eureka Emergency VHF Net by 1630L via Packet to WA6NBG-1 145.05 MHz or email to wa6nbg@yahoo.com.

This ends the digital bulletin for August 30th.

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