QST QST QST- THE CLUB MEETINGS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED AT THIS TIME AND THERE IS NOT A MEETING SCHEDULED- WE WILL CONTACT THE MEMBERS WHEN WE SCHEDULE THE NEXT MEETING. WE MOST LIKELY WILL NOW HAVE 1 OR 2 MEETINGS A YEAR TO BE ANNOUNCED VIA EMAIL AND FACEBOOK WHEN THEY WILL TAKE PLACE
WE WILL STILL CONDUCT TESTING SESSIONS BY REQUEST- CONTACT MIKE W7MCM IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TESTING. IT TAKES 20 TO 30 DAYS TO SET UP A SESSION AND WE WILL BE HAPPY TO ACCOMMODATE 1 OR MORE AND CAN HAVE IT IN YOUR AREA IF POSSIBLE LIKE YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY OR SOME PLACE WE CAN CONDUCT THE MEETING IN QUIET FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS
Here is a sample of the E Certificate we sent out for requests made for contacts during the
82nd Annual Omak Stampede and World Famous Suicide Race
The Club now has a repeater! It is on Tunk Mt in the building the Club acquired last year from the Border Patrol
The frequency is 145.470 with a pl tone of 173.8
This is open for all amateurs to use. All we ask is to please obey the rules set forth by the FCC and please use Amateur phonetics
We do have to pay the PUD every month so we could use monetary support. One way is to join the club the dues are $25.00 per person per year. Mail them to
PO Box 464
CURRENTLY OFF THE AIR DUE TO A LIGHTNING STRIKE NEAR BY-The Dyer Hill Repeater Group W7GSN, 146.740 PL Tone 110.3- this is NOT the Okanogan County Amateur Radio Club's repeater but everyone is welcome to use it! This belongs to the Dyer Hill Repeater Group
IRLP W7ORC NODE 3257 Has been taken off the air..permanently!
The Radio Amateur's Code
May 15-17,2020. River Radio Campout . Pateros WA. Sponsored by the Okanogan County Amateur Radio Club. Free "dry" camping along the Methow River at Pateros. Always the weekend prior to Memorial Day Weekend.
email@example.com . https://www.w7orc.com/ . Contact Mike W7MCM, firstname.lastname@example.org . 509-449-0605.
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Our Purpose, as in the By-laws:
ARTICLE ll - PURPOSE
Section 1 - To maintain and encourage a well organized and trained group of Amateur Radio operators and Technicians to provide communications in the event of an emergency or disaster. To create an interest of Amateur Radio in our county. To provide a means for further and encourage individual efficiency in construction and operation of Amateur Radio communications equipment. To secure for ourselves the association of persons commonly interested in Amateur Radio and to affilate, or cooperate with any group, firm, organization, individual, or corporate body in the furtherance of the foregoing aims