Latest additions to the BC ARES website

Hello, everyone!

KEØLMY here.

We have some new additions to the BC ARES website to tell you about today. We’ve added a link to the Winlink website on our Quick Reference Guide. We are in the process of creating a step-by-step tutuorial and will post it on the Training tab when it has been completed. We have also added a link to the Missouri Section ARES Emergency Operation Plan on our Emergency Services tab.

More information, photos, updates to the EC Blog and Kids Editorial, and graphics are in the works!

Don’t forget the Region A Healthcare net takes place at 9:30 AM this Wednesday on the Warrensburg repeater, 146.880 (-) PL 107.2. We are trying to grow this important resource to support local hospitals and healthcare facilities in the region through amateur radio operator participation. All hams are encouraged to check in after the hospitals and healthcare facilities!

Author: Samantha Henley

I serve as the Deputy Director of the Benton County, MO Emergency Management Agency, as well as the Emergency Coordinator for the BC ARES. I have completed FEMA's IS-100b, IS-120, IS-200b, IS-230, IS-235, IS-240b, IS-317, 700a, and 800b. I have also completed the ARRL EC-001 course and Tactical Storm Spotter training. I manage the website (bcmoem.com) and Facebook page for the Benton County, MO Emergency Management Agency and for the BC ARES (bentoncountyares.org and FB @bentoncountyares). I recently completed Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training with Camden County, MO and I manage their FB page (@CamdenMoCERT). I serve as the net control for the Region A Healthcare monthly net and the BC ARES weekly net (on occasion). I obtained my General Class License (KEØLMY) in October 2017. You can learn more about me at AirSho and QRZ!