2016 Annual FRC Hamfest

The date for the 2016 Annual Findlay Radio Club Hamfest is September 11th at the Hancock County fairgrounds. The gates will open at 6:30 am and the buildings will open at 8:00. Come one, come all...

For up to the minute updates and info regarding this year's event, please see our official forum post at Findlay Radio Club Hamfest 2016 Overview.

Look to this link in the forums for updates and ongoing planning for the event. Please use the link above for this year's event announcement and if you are a vendor, we are providing a submission form that we will process prior to the event. We look forward to hosting the event again this year and would love to see all of our fellow ham addicts turn out for the event.

The forums are the place to post any questions or comment. You do NOT need to be an FRC member, you simply have to register - and not be a robot or spider. The link above will take you to the locked topic that we will keep updated up to the minute. But you will want to go the category to post your questions, comments and concerns.

NIMS training night at the November 2016 Hears meeting

For the coming year, HEARS has some goals to even better position our ARES members of HEARS.

At the Monday, November 8th HEARS Meeting, ALL ARES MEMBERS will need to complete FEMA 100, 200, 700, 800 by the end of July, 2016. Without those certificates, you will still be welcomed to participate in public service events, but only those with certification will be eligible to perform during actual emergencies in EOC’s and on scenes.

If you have questions please contact the Hancock County EC, Darl - NA8W. You can also keep yourself up to speed with the official forum thread posted to help better faciliatate cooridanation for the event HERE.


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