K4WOC Cherokee Capital Amateur Radio Society, Calhoun, Georgia

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CCARS


Cherokee Capital
Amateur Radio Society

Calhoun, Georgia

 


APRIL 26, 2014 CALHOUN HAMFEST INFO

Club Repeater: 443.675+ (PL=100)

Club Simplex Frequency: 433.675

Club Simplex Frequency: 146.565

Meetings are on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
Gordon County Agricultural Service Center
1282 Hwy 53 Spur, Calhoun, GA
Everyone is welcome.
If you're not a ham and would like to become one, this is where you need to be.

Weekly Net on Thursday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern
Net Frequency: 443.675+ (PL=100)
The 146.685- PL=167.9 K4NGA repeater will be linked in for the 8 p.m. repeater net.
The Repeater Net is preceded by a simplex net at 7:45 p.m. Eastern on 146.565.

Any questions? Contact Felton Floyd, Net Manager: fox4delta@gmail.com

Constitution

Net Preamble

Membership Application

Newsletter

Georgia QSO Party: April 12-13, 2014 details

ARRL Southeastern Division 2014 Hamfests

For More Information About the Club, VE Testing, or the
CCARS One Day Tech University, contact Felton Floyd, AF4DN
at 706-629-0369 or Email: fox4delta@gmail.com

Join the CCARS Yahoo mailing list to keep updated on events.

Georgia Skywarn Training Classes

Strange Antenna Powerpoint version 2010

Strange Antenna Challenge Powerpoint version 97-2003

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