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Ohio Valley ARES/RACES Net Every Thursday at 8:30 P.M. Repeater 146.610, alternate repeater is 146.715 both repeaters have tones of 103.5.


SOARA -- ARES WILL MEET AT 7:00 P.M. ON MONDAY, JULY 18, 2016. IN THE REAR ROOM OF 911/EMA BUILDING, 515 PARK AVE., IRONTON, OH. VE TESTING WILL BE THE SAME NIGHT AT 6:00 P.M.

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Tri-State two meter net meets daily Mon - Fri at 7:30 P.M. on repeater 146.940 tone 107.2



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SOARA -- ARES MEMBERS

PIO & Webmaster WN8F OK to e-mai me l from here:
Ken Massie
N8TVO:
James Rowe
K8UHN:
Eric Kuhn
N8LRO:
Arthur J. Pierson
W8AFX:
Steve Sheers
N8LCA:
Bill Parsons
KC8WDR:
Harry Rice
KC8VYE:
Chad Thompson
KD8FPX:
Joseph Thompson
KD8FPW:
Mary Thompson
WA4SWF:
Fred Jones
KI4AGR:
Don Canterberry
WW8O:
Gary Stephenson
WM8O:
Wanda Stephenson
W8GMS:
Georgia Sheers
KC8WDS:
Catherine Rice
WN8H:
Mike Nimmo
W8DUQ:
Gregory Hendry
KB9ORD:
Ralph Tuley
WB8YKS:
Mike Love
KB8GWL:
Larry Jewell
N8YN:
Jerry Huffman
KD8LEQ:
Pat Little
KD8ELD:
Bernard Nance
KB8RZP:
Gregory Priddy
KE4US:
Bud Preece
KD8NYN:
David Bruce
KD8OMC:
Angie Little
W8HIC:
Jerry Lockhart
KD8RRZ:
Kenny Fields, Jr.
AC8JV:
Matthew Delong
AC8RS:
Matt Marks
AC8VQ:
Tim Nicely
KD8VRU:
Randy Franz
KK4PPJ:
James Miller
KD8WFP:
James (Jay) Boggs
KD8WMV:
Richard (Corey) Watson
KB8LWZ:
Mike (David) Barber
KB8LSR:
Jim Perry
WD8AGH:
Fred Herr
N8URU:
Eddie Jenkins
KB8TGI:
Annabelle Jenkins
N4REN:
James (REN) Reneau
KB8AAK:
RUSSELL JETT
KE8DYD:
LARRY MURRAY, JR
KE8EON:
JIM CURLEY

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PO Box 4684 Ironton, OH 45638

March, 2016

The Southern Ohio Amateur Radio Association (SOARA) needs a little help!

We’re a community-service club that provides radio communications support to Lawrence County, Ohio and surrounding areas.

SOARA is generally self-reliant, but we do have to cover expenses like utility payments and equipment maintenance. We do our best to stretch every dollar, but our members can only give so much. For the rest of our small budget, we depend on the generosity of local businesses and civic organizations.

What does SOARA do? • Our members volunteer to make sure that there’s a radio ‘safety net’ at many community events, such as parades, bicycle races and marathons.

• When local law enforcement needs radio-equipped assistance in search and rescue operations - like a missing person or an airplane down at an unknown location - we’re always on stand-by.

• Our club supports ARES and RACES, which are the primary communication links for the Red Cross and other emergency agencies when disasters strike, which can leave cell phones and commercial radio nets out of service.

• We also operate three ‘repeaters’ that allow amateur radio operators to ‘link-up’ with distant stations – an important service during emergencies. In times when no emergencies exist, these repeaters are available for use by any amateur radio operator at no charge – 24/7/365.>p> • In addition, we maintain an internet website (http://www.orgsites.com/oh/soaraares/) that gives community leaders and radio operators from other areas ready access to our contact information.

None of our officers or members receive pay for their efforts. In addition, our members furnish almost all the equipment necessary for our operations.

SOARA exists primarily to make our local communities better places – and we hope to continue our service! Your donation will help us reach that goal. Donations can be made by check to SOARA and mailed to SOARA P O box 4684, Ironton, OH 45638.

Sincerely,

James Rowe, President

Southern Ohio Amateur Radio Association


 
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