The last two days have been busy! After speaking with KDØCNC, KØRWL, and KF4MXF (in person, in an email, and over the phone, respectively), I have been given instruction on the need to make my monthly reports over the radio on the Missouri Traffic Net and how to do so! This is great news for you, our members, because you can tune into the MTN and hear real traffic passed, not only by me but also by other groups in the area!
5:45 PM 3.963 LSB Missouri Traffic Net
6:30 PM 3.963 LSB MESN – Missouri Emergency Services Net
*These times sometimes change to an hour earlier in the winter due to band conditions.
In response to this next stage of learning, I have put two pdf files under the BC ARES Library Quick Reference Guide. They are the ICS-213 and the ARRL Radiogram! This brings our website another step closer to being a place you can go for all of your radio communication informational needs!
I appreciate the help I receive from all of the hams I talk to during this learning period! Thank you also to our members who make the time each week to check into our Sunday night BC ARES net and each month to attend our meetings on the second Saturday of the month. Without each of you there, volunteering your time, our group simply wouldn’t exist!
We are always on the lookout for new members and would LOVE to meet more local amateur radio operators!