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Saturday May 7th Meeting

Bob Birch
 

Just a quick note to remind everyone of our upcoming meeting this Sat. We will have our quick update and admin portion, then move onto the main event. We will have members of the IEEE in attendance. They will present the IEEE initiative, what it’s all about and how we can deploy the IEEE Move truck to disasters and events here in the SoCal Region. Afterwards there will be tours and introductions on using the truck. The IEEE MOVE-1 truck will be located at the San Diego Chapter, although it can and will be deployed throughout the West Coast when ever needed. I encourage everyone who can make the meeting to do so. You will get a first hand look at what a great resource we now have to provide communications in remote areas of our region.

 

Also, as I have mention before I’m looking for 10 people to support a National Sound the Alarm event in El Cajon on Saturday May 14th. We will deploy 6 laptops, setup internet connectivity, and provide radio communications for the vehicles that will be moving people and supplies. The event will start at 8am and end at 2pm. We will be deploying the comm’s trailer, it will be a great opportunity get some practice on using the trailer. My plan is to try and use the portable repeater we have in our inventory to support the event. We will also be using simplex and repeaters as necessary. Attached are the frequencies of the portable repeater. If you feel comfortable programming those into your codeplug, go for it. Please add talkgroups SoCal, Tac & SDG into the portable repeater zone.  I have modified our current codeplug, if you don’t feel comfortable making changes to your own codeplug I will make myself available to update firmware and load a new codeplug for you after Saturdays meeting. Another reason to come to the meeting on Saturday.

 

Thanks in Advance

Bob

 


Event: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net - 05/03/2022 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net

When:
05/03/2022
8:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
PAPA System Analog Repeaters #7, 9, 10, 11, 15 & 18

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Description:
Net Control - KG6RGI
North Check-Ins - N6BRV
South Check-Ins - KJ6HOV
Sysop - W6SJK

If the PAPA System is unavailable please migrate to the PARC 130 machine (147.130 MHz, "+" offset, PL 107.2).


Re: FW: several more hams needed for PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022

Bob Birch
 

Mark,

 

We in San Diego have done support for other Sound the Alarm events in the past. We have always provided the DST support needed. We have never had a DST person hijacked to do installs. The fact you were put in another job is the failure of the DST coordinator who was running that specific event. When we are put in the Volunteer Connection sign up for Sound the Alarm, we are listed as DST.

 

At the Sound the Alarm event in El Cajon we will be setting up 6 laptop computers to support registration, providing internet connectivity, as well are radio support for the movement of people and supplies. I hope to use the portable DMR repeater we have at our chapter, so we get some experience in operating it, in case there is a need in the future.

 

I’ve done the PC50 and PC100 events in the past. They also provide an opportunity to practice radio skills. It’s also a great safety backup for the organizers of the event.

 

Bob

 

 

From: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io <main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mark Warrick (KM6ZPO)
Sent: Tuesday, May 3, 2022 10:52 AM
To: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ARC2-SDICC] FW: several more hams needed for PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022

 

Thank you for posting this Nat.  I reached out to the ham coordinator, Gary Holmes.  My wife and I committed to providing ham support at the Fred Canyon station for the afternoon shift.  This is a perfect exercise of using our ham skills in a less than ideal environment that requires us to program our radios to new frequencies and operate under the direction of race officials which would be very similar to responding to an American Red Cross activation.  Since ARC hasn't been doing any training or exercises for the ham operators, I believe this is a great opportunity for the hams to hone their skills and help where no other help is available.  Isn't that ultimately what we're here for?

Regarding the call for hams in support of the Sound the Alarm event, I can tell you from personal experience of doing it before that ham operators were not essential to the event.  Yes, we used the radios for hourly check ins and for calling for shuttles, but the same thing could have been done with the business band radios.  I actually felt like it was a bait and switch.  I was asked to provide ham support but in reality, I was was going door to door in downtown Long Beach (not a great area, by the way) pitching the smoke alarms and installing them in homes. I would never do it again.

---mark, KM6ZPO


Re: FW: several more hams needed for PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022

Mark Warrick (KM6ZPO) <mark@...>
 

Thank you for posting this Nat.  I reached out to the ham coordinator, Gary Holmes.  My wife and I committed to providing ham support at the Fred Canyon station for the afternoon shift.  This is a perfect exercise of using our ham skills in a less than ideal environment that requires us to program our radios to new frequencies and operate under the direction of race officials which would be very similar to responding to an American Red Cross activation.  Since ARC hasn't been doing any training or exercises for the ham operators, I believe this is a great opportunity for the hams to hone their skills and help where no other help is available.  Isn't that ultimately what we're here for?

Regarding the call for hams in support of the Sound the Alarm event, I can tell you from personal experience of doing it before that ham operators were not essential to the event.  Yes, we used the radios for hourly check ins and for calling for shuttles, but the same thing could have been done with the business band radios.  I actually felt like it was a bait and switch.  I was asked to provide ham support but in reality, I was was going door to door in downtown Long Beach (not a great area, by the way) pitching the smoke alarms and installing them in homes. I would never do it again.

---mark, KM6ZPO


Event: Red Cross So. Cal Region Weekly DMR Net - 05/03/2022 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Red Cross So. Cal Region Weekly DMR Net

When:
05/03/2022
8:30pm to 9:00pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
So. Cal Region DMR Talkgroup 311057

Organizer: Bob Birch Bob.Birch3@...

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Event: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net - 05/03/2022 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net

When:
05/03/2022
8:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
PAPA System Analog Repeaters #7, 9, 10, 11, 15 & 18

View Event

Description:
Net Control - KG6RGI
North Check-Ins - N6BRV
South Check-Ins - KJ6HOV
Sysop - W6SJK

If the PAPA System is unavailable please migrate to the PARC 130 machine (147.130 MHz, "+" offset, PL 107.2).


Re: FW: several more hams needed for PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022

Steve
 

May 14th is the Sound the Alarm event where we need volunteers for comms.

Stev

On Sun, May 1, 2022 at 7:15 AM Nat 2733E N6BRV <njsarn9@...> wrote:
Anyone interested in using your communication skills please contact below ASAP.  U can also log hours in ARC Vol Con. as well since you have CPR card and can assist in public First Aid emergency (wear your ARC badge) and as communications team members.

73'Nat S N6BRV 



-------- Original message --------
From: Rob Freeburn <k6rjf.rob@...>
Date: 5/1/22 6:45 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: Rob K6RJF Freeburn <k6rjf.rob@...>
Cc: Gary KM6LKP Holmes <KM6LKP@...>
Subject: several more hams needed for PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022

Endurance Run Ham Community,

The PCT50 (on 5/14/22) seeks several more hams: an experienced location lead, and a couple of other helpers for net control and for a rough road location. 

If your schedule allows you to support for all or for part of the day, please contact the PCT50 ham coordinator, Gary KM6LKP <KM6LKP@...> (cc'd) directly.

Thanks
. . . Rob 
K6RJF
ham herder 

On Thu, Apr 21, 2022 at 3:48 PM Rob Freeburn <k6rjf.rob@...> wrote:
Save The Date: PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022 

Ardent Hams, 

We received a short-notice request for ham radio operators to provide comms support for the PCT50 (Pacific Crest Trail 50 Mile Ultra Endurance Run) on Saturday, May 14, 2022. 

Aid Station locations and times:
   Boulder Oaks 0500 to 2000 (START/FINISH) 
   Fred Canyon 0600 to 1930
   Dale's Kitchen 0730 to 1530
   Todd's Cabin 0800 to 1530
   Penny Pines 0900 to 1430 (TURNAROUND) 

This is an out-and-back course, so runners pass through the intermediate Aid Stations twice. 

If you can work a full or partial shift, or for more information, please contact the ham coordinator, Gary KM6LKP <KM6LKP@...> (cc'd) directly. 

Runners' website and course information: PCT 50 — SECOND WIND TRAIL RUNNING

Thank you!
. . . Rob
K6RJF




FW: several more hams needed for PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022

Nat 2733E N6BRV
 

Anyone interested in using your communication skills please contact below ASAP.  U can also log hours in ARC Vol Con. as well since you have CPR card and can assist in public First Aid emergency (wear your ARC badge) and as communications team members.

73'Nat S N6BRV 



-------- Original message --------
From: Rob Freeburn <k6rjf.rob@...>
Date: 5/1/22 6:45 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: Rob K6RJF Freeburn <k6rjf.rob@...>
Cc: Gary KM6LKP Holmes <KM6LKP@...>
Subject: several more hams needed for PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022

Endurance Run Ham Community,

The PCT50 (on 5/14/22) seeks several more hams: an experienced location lead, and a couple of other helpers for net control and for a rough road location. 

If your schedule allows you to support for all or for part of the day, please contact the PCT50 ham coordinator, Gary KM6LKP <KM6LKP@...> (cc'd) directly.

Thanks
. . . Rob 
K6RJF
ham herder 

On Thu, Apr 21, 2022 at 3:48 PM Rob Freeburn <k6rjf.rob@...> wrote:
Save The Date: PCT50 on Saturday, May 14, 2022 

Ardent Hams, 

We received a short-notice request for ham radio operators to provide comms support for the PCT50 (Pacific Crest Trail 50 Mile Ultra Endurance Run) on Saturday, May 14, 2022. 

Aid Station locations and times:
   Boulder Oaks 0500 to 2000 (START/FINISH) 
   Fred Canyon 0600 to 1930
   Dale's Kitchen 0730 to 1530
   Todd's Cabin 0800 to 1530
   Penny Pines 0900 to 1430 (TURNAROUND) 

This is an out-and-back course, so runners pass through the intermediate Aid Stations twice. 

If you can work a full or partial shift, or for more information, please contact the ham coordinator, Gary KM6LKP <KM6LKP@...> (cc'd) directly. 

Runners' website and course information: PCT 50 — SECOND WIND TRAIL RUNNING

Thank you!
. . . Rob
K6RJF


Re: Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise

Rosalinda
 

I remember a few years ago when we (ham radio's) participated in a RC shelter exercise and we set up a radio tower outside the shelter made out of PVC pipe and we had scenarios given to us on pieces of paper for ex: There is a baby that needs diapers, etc. We didn't rely on cell phones to communicate to HQ only the radios.  I was Shelter Manager on Sat. the 23rd at the Arias Church we didn't have clients we were told we had to bring our own laptops to register clients.  I would like to see Comms more involved also what if I had forgotten my laptop then what?
Rosalinda

-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Birch <rrbirch@...>
To: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io
Sent: Fri, Apr 29, 2022 7:31 am
Subject: Re: [ARC2-SDICC] Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise

I like you two would like to have had more injects related to loss of communications and relied on DST Comm’s to step in. At least to show what our capabilities are if the need arises. We did process and deliver 3 ICS-213’s during the drill.
 
Comm’s is just one GAP in DST and most likely will be the least used in most disasters in Southern California. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be prepared to step in when the need arises. We still should continue to train individually and as a group to keep our skills fresh.
 
Honestly, I would say 95% of all our responses will be to deploy, computers, networks, and internet connectivity. With the scenario of a wildfire all cell towers being down would be unlikely. Even in the major wildfires we had here in San Diego we never totally lost communications. We will have situations like the Southern fire that was out in the back country were communications were nonexistent and they relied on DST Comm’s.  We will always have the need to support Disaster Assessment teams that go into the back country to verify damage to homes. So as I said before we certainly need to be prepared to respond when the need arises.
 
Bob
 
From: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io <main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mark Warrick (KM6ZPO)
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2022 10:33 PM
To: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ARC2-SDICC] Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise
 
I share your frustration, Bruce.  And that’s why I didn’t participate in Orange County. There was no plan and there has been absolutely nothing going on for the ham volunteer since I joined.  It’s a real shame because we have a lot of talented pepe ready to help but the current management hasn’t got a clue what to do with us. 

—mark, KM6ZPO 


Re: Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise

Mark Warrick (KM6ZPO) <mark@...>
 

Thanks for chiming in Bob.  Your reply is 100% valid.  Just want you to know that.  

With regard to this event, we had no idea what to prepare for - what scenarios specifically.  What were we simulating?  The personnel, equipment and responses will be different for each one.  I can't just load up the car with everything I own.  So I need to know what to plan for.  And it's not like I didn't ask - I asked around. I got my hand slapped for asking too.  But I persisted and I got nothing.  I even went to Monica Ruzich for answers - nothing - just show up she said.

What if the Internet goes down?  What if the power is out?  What if all cell phone networks are jammed with traffic or down?  

If we're going to go with the assumption of leadership - which is that we'll have backup cell phone service, satellite internet, etc. then there really is no need for ham radio operators.  And I fully understand that DST is not just ham radio.  What training have we done to implement a field-ready area to serve the needs of our local chapters? 

None. 

It's not like we didn't have time.  We had plenty of it.  We just failed to train.  

I look forward to the day that somebody in the OC Chapter gets their act together and starts training the DST team to do what the American Red Cross needs of them.  Until then I really see no point in investing any more of my time into the American Red Cross.  

---mark




Re: Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise

Bob Birch
 

I like you two would like to have had more injects related to loss of communications and relied on DST Comm’s to step in. At least to show what our capabilities are if the need arises. We did process and deliver 3 ICS-213’s during the drill.

 

Comm’s is just one GAP in DST and most likely will be the least used in most disasters in Southern California. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be prepared to step in when the need arises. We still should continue to train individually and as a group to keep our skills fresh.

 

Honestly, I would say 95% of all our responses will be to deploy, computers, networks, and internet connectivity. With the scenario of a wildfire all cell towers being down would be unlikely. Even in the major wildfires we had here in San Diego we never totally lost communications. We will have situations like the Southern fire that was out in the back country were communications were nonexistent and they relied on DST Comm’s.  We will always have the need to support Disaster Assessment teams that go into the back country to verify damage to homes. So as I said before we certainly need to be prepared to respond when the need arises.

 

Bob

 

From: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io <main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io> On Behalf Of Mark Warrick (KM6ZPO)
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2022 10:33 PM
To: main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ARC2-SDICC] Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise

 

I share your frustration, Bruce.  And that’s why I didn’t participate in Orange County. There was no plan and there has been absolutely nothing going on for the ham volunteer since I joined.  It’s a real shame because we have a lot of talented pepe ready to help but the current management hasn’t got a clue what to do with us. 


—mark, KM6ZPO 


Re: Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise

Mark Warrick (KM6ZPO) <mark@...>
 

I share your frustration, Bruce.  And that’s why I didn’t participate in Orange County. There was no plan and there has been absolutely nothing going on for the ham volunteer since I joined.  It’s a real shame because we have a lot of talented pepe ready to help but the current management hasn’t got a clue what to do with us. 


—mark, KM6ZPO 


Re: Thank You for Participating at the SoCal Exercise

Bruce
 

Hi Tom
I am with the San Diego DST team. During the Exercise -the DST team set up computers in the "shelters"  for other Red Cross functions to use. The rest of the time we sat waiting to be used to pass traffic. Apparently there were NO drill injects that would FORCE Red Cross functions to USE DST for communicating drill traffic!!  DST has found that the general attitude  with Red Cross functions is the belief that cell phones will ALWAYS WORK!! This is a recipe for communications failure during a REAL disaster event! Lets make future drills realistic with injects that produce challenges that are found in REAL world disaster events!! WATCH THESE REAL WORLD communication failures of the Camp and Paradise  Fires:

The Paradise (CAMP) fire spread at a speed of over 100 yards per second.!!


I worked the 2003 and 2007 wildfires and the massive 2010 Power failure - with the San Diego County ACS and Red Cross and  witnessed a number of communications failures!     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YBbNX4Rh2I&t=4s

Short history - I have been a licensed (Extra class) Radio Amateur since 1958, Been with Red Cross since 1990, Worked in Electronics and radio systems for:  San Diego County, and Marine ship board radio and radar  communications. I also worked in the manufacture and repair of Military radio systems-also  DOD defense industry and commercial broadcast and radio communications systems - for over 30 years. Now retired - I maintain a radio communications repair shop in my home as well as for field repairs in my communications truck that works all frequencies (HF - UHF) needed for disaster communications. Both of my homes and radio  stations  in San Diego and Payson Arizona are completely solar powered with 10 KW arrays and large 48 Volt battery banks.  I am licensed by the FCC with a commercial General Radiotelephone License. This allows me to work on ALL commercial  and broadcast, radio systems.
I and Red Cross DST stand ready to assist all Red Cross functions in their computer and communications needs if we are ONLY GIVEN A CHANCE!

Bruce Haupt  WA6DNT@...  WA6DNT@...   Red Cross DST   HF SHARES  NNC9RC

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On 4/27/2022 9:53 AM, Simpson, Tom wrote:
To our Logistics and DST Team members.

Thank you for participating in our 2022 SoCal April EXE on April 23rd and 24th. It was a great experience to work with each of you during this evercise-exercise-exercise. We appreciate the information, time, and service given for this event and the Logistics and DST response. We would like to let you know that what we accomplished to be better prepared for a local response was tremendous. From Call Out to demobilization to file keeping, the success of this event was because of each of you. GREAT TEAMWORK!

Local Hazard Mitigation Plan - City of
        Grand Terrace

If I missed someone, please pass along my thank you.

Tom Simpson

American Red Cross Volunteer

Pacific Division Logistics Work Group Facilitator

SoCal Region Logistics Lead/RDO SD Vol Partner

3950 Calle Fortunada, San Diego CA 92123

619-303-3238

tom.simpson@...






Fw: EDGE Task Incorrectly Assigned

Birch, Bob
 

See below, there appears to be a problem with someone assigning tasks incorrectly. Received more today so doesn't appear they have corrected it yet.

Bob Birch / KG6RGI 
Volunteer, Disaster Services Technology Activity Lead 


American Red Cross San Diego/Imperial Counties Chapter
3950 Calle Fortunada | San Diego, CA 92123-1827
Direct: (760) 533-1957| Fax: (858) 309-1289
Cell: (760) 533-1957| E-mail: bob.birch3@...

www.redcross.org/sandiego



From: Mcdonald, Malinda <Malinda.Mcdonald@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2022 9:15 AM
To: CH Southern CA Region All Staff <CHSouthernCARegionAllStaff@...>
Subject: EDGE Task Incorrectly Assigned
 

Good morning,

 

Last night, an on-the-job instructor created an EDGE task incorrectly.  This resulted in the task being assigned to all EDGE users across the Enterprise.  EDGE users received the following email:

               

No action is required in response to this notification.  EDGE Administration staff are rendering the task inactive and will reach out to the appropriate instructor about the error. 

 

Folks should not open IT tickets, HR Now tickets or EDGE Administration tickets regarding this email notification. 

 

Thank you!

 

 

Malinda

 

Malinda McDonald
Chief Operating Officer
 

American Red Cross

Southern California Region

Serving San Diego, Imperial, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties
3950 Calle Fortunada | San Diego, CA 92123-1827

Direct: (858) 309-1250| Fax: (858) 309-1283

Cell: (858) 356-7599| E-mail: malinda.mcdonald@...

www.redcross.org

 

STA Email Signature

 

 


Event: Red Cross So. Cal Region Weekly DMR Net - 04/26/2022 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Red Cross So. Cal Region Weekly DMR Net

When:
04/26/2022
8:30pm to 9:00pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
So. Cal Region DMR Talkgroup 311057

Organizer: Bob Birch Bob.Birch3@...

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Description:
Net Control:   


Event: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net - 04/26/2022 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net

When:
04/26/2022
8:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
PAPA System Analog Repeaters #7, 9, 10, 11, 15 & 18

View Event

Description:
Net Control - N6BRV
North Check-Ins - AK6QJ
South Check-Ins - KJ6MVB
Sysop - AK6QJ

If the PAPA System is unavailable please migrate to the PARC 130 machine (147.130 MHz, "+" offset, PL 107.2).


Re: Event: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net - 04/26/2022 #cal-reminder

Eric Richardson
 

Provisional email check-in for me please. May not be back from a trip in time. Thanks. Eric KM6MPE 


On Mon, Apr 25, 2022, 8:00 PM main@ARC2-SDICC.groups.io Calendar <noreply@groups.io> wrote:

Reminder: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net

When:
04/26/2022
8:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
PAPA System Analog Repeaters #7, 9, 10, 11, 15 & 18

View Event

Description:
Net Control - N6BRV
North Check-Ins - AK6QJ
South Check-Ins - KJ6MVB
Sysop - AK6QJ

If the PAPA System is unavailable please migrate to the PARC 130 machine (147.130 MHz, "+" offset, PL 107.2).


Event: Red Cross So. Cal Region Weekly DMR Net - 04/26/2022 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Red Cross So. Cal Region Weekly DMR Net

When:
04/26/2022
8:30pm to 9:00pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
So. Cal Region DMR Talkgroup 311057

Organizer: Bob Birch Bob.Birch3@...

View Event

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Net Control:   


Event: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net - 04/26/2022 #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net

When:
04/26/2022
8:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:
PAPA System Analog Repeaters #7, 9, 10, 11, 15 & 18

View Event

Description:
Net Control - N6BRV
North Check-Ins - AK6QJ
South Check-Ins - KJ6MVB
Sysop - AK6QJ

If the PAPA System is unavailable please migrate to the PARC 130 machine (147.130 MHz, "+" offset, PL 107.2).


Re: Event: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net - 04/19/2022 #cal-reminder

Rosalinda
 

Please grant me an email check in
KI6WVA
Rosalinda


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Sent: Mon, Apr 18, 2022 8:00 pm
Subject: [ARC2-SDICC] Event: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net - 04/19/2022 #cal-reminder

Reminder: Red Cross Communications Team Weekly Net
When:
04/19/2022
8:00pm to 8:30pm
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles
Where:
PAPA System Analog Repeaters #7, 9, 10, 11, 15 & 18
Description:
Net Control - KD9LF
North Check-Ins - AK6QJ
South Check-Ins - KI6GRO
Sysop - W6SJK

If the PAPA System is unavailable please migrate to the PARC 130 machine (147.130 MHz, "+" offset, PL 107.2).

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