The organization’s by-laws have been updated and signed by this year’s officers and is attached below.
The 147.36 repeater has been relocated back to the Section area in preparation for the severe weather season. This new location will be it’s home for up to a year while work continues on finding a permanent home and tower site in the area. Below are pictures taken from both days showing the tower construction and installation. Click an image to see the full-size version.
K4SCO SKYWARN Linked Repeater
147.36 + / 123Hz PL
Jackson County ARES/RACES and Amateur Radio Club were present at the annual Jackson County Fair this year. The booth was fully operational each night with VHF, UHF, HF, Digital, and Satellite Tracking stations. Saturday evening was also the Boy Scouts of America annual workshop where our members demonstrated Amateur Radio to the Scouts and Scout Leaders including portable operation, Go-Boxes, and Digital Modes.
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Several JCAR Members were in attendance at this year’s HAM Tailgate sponsored by DeKalb County Amateur Radio Club in Fort Payne Alabama on Saturday, May 30, 2015.
Pictured from left to right: Cactus Gay (K4YMB), Jim Clifford (NK4V), Pete Mercer (KK4UYP), Jerry Rossano (N4JR), Cora Mercer (K4KTZ), and Kenneth Clemons (NJ4C).