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Jul
23
Tue
Ragchew Net
Jul 23 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Jul
30
Tue
Ragchew Net
Jul 30 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Aug
6
Tue
Ragchew Net
Aug 6 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Aug
13
Tue
Ragchew Net
Aug 13 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Aug
20
Tue
Ragchew Net
Aug 20 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Aug
27
Tue
Ragchew Net
Aug 27 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Sep
3
Tue
Ragchew Net
Sep 3 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Sep
10
Tue
Ragchew Net
Sep 10 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!

Sep
14
Sat
Waves to Wine – Radio Support @ SOMO Village Event Center
Sep 14 @ 7:30 AM – Sep 15 @ 7:00 PM

Volunteer – Public Service Waves to Wine – for full details and sign-up – Saturday signups here. Sunday signups here.

14-15 September – MS Society’s Waves to Wine
The annual MS Society annual fund raising event to battle MS. SCRA has been involved in this event for many years. Saturday, the ride starts in SF, proceeds up Hwy 1 before turning inland to finish at Sonoma Mountain Village. Sunday, the ride tours areas in the west county to finish back at SMV. HT Friendly? No.
Access to field assignments? Requires some long drives (1 hour max ) to field assignments.

 

Sep
17
Tue
Ragchew Net
Sep 17 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Ragchew Net

On the repeater – tune in to 147.315 + PL 88.5

QST, QST, calling all radio amateurs from Gary, N2BBB, net control station for the SCRA ragchew net. This is a moderated, round-robin ragchew net intended to bring our members and non-members together in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere allowing us to have fun and make new friends. As this is a ragchew net, all stations are encouraged to stay around and participate in the ongoing conversation. All stations will be worked in the order they checked in, on a rotation basis.  The opening script for the net will provide more details.

The ragchew net will meet for about 60-90 minutes (unless closed earlier for lack of participants) to inform, enlighten and perhaps add a bit of humor to the day.  We invite all newcomers, especially new hams, to join us. Round-robin ragchew QSOs are in the true spirit of amateur radio and provide a format for the exchange of information and general discussion on technical tips, ham equipment, antennas, personal opinions, local weather, sports, your latest home project, gardening feats, and gear swap/buy/sell listings (consistent with Part 97 rules). Let’s try to avoid divisive, controversial political/social issues.

This is a moderated net. Check-ins will be taken based on the first letter of your callsign suffix, beginning with stations A-H, ALPHA through HOTEL then stations I-P INDIA through PAPA and lastly, stations Q-Z, QUEBEC through ZULU, establishing the rotation for the evening. There will be periodic calls by net control for late check-ins, and stations leaving the net can advise net control so they can be removed from the ongoing roundtable rotation.

We invite all hams to join the fun!