As an amateur radio operator, we often find ourselves exchanging and relaying information about fires and other emergencies and disasters. For those that stepped up and helped keep the folks without power informed of the movements and evacuation area changes for the Easy and Maria Fires, I salute you all!
Stu, AG6AG gave a presentation on the ins and outs of HF. Here is the presentation!
Follow this link to view the QSOs made by VCARS and SSARC.
What a great event! Thanks to all that the people that made this event possible!
(Tuesday June 4, 2019 – Ventura, CA) At their regular meeting of June 4, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors presented a proclamation designating June as “Amateur Radio Month” in recognition of the volunteerism provided by the county’s emergency communications volunteers.
Accepting the proclamation were John Kitchens, NS6X, ARRL Santa Barbara Section Manager, and Rob Hanson, W6RH, ARES District Emergency Coordinator and ACS Radio Officer for Ventura County.
They were joined by a cadre of communications volunteers and representatives of several Ventura County Amateur Radio Clubs, each of which invited the supervisors to inspect their annual Field Day operations on June 22 and 23. .
-submitted by Jeff Reinhardt AA6JR, ARRL Public Information Coordinator, Santa Barbara Section
A Dedicated group of Amateur Radio Operators at Sage Ranch Park in Simi Valley.
A group of Elmers got together on a Saturday to mentor a group of five Rookie Amateur Operators. Each Rookie had been licensed for less then three years. The result? An amazing experience for both the Rookies and the Elmers!
UPDATE: Our local Rookies took first place for Area 6 in the Multi-Op category! Congratulations from VCARS!