Susan G. Komen Race

   The Susan G. Komen Race is right around the corner—Saturday, September 23 at 9:00am.  You should have been called or contacted if you are a member of HEARS or the Findlay Radio Club and live within the area.

    If you are a shadow for a race official, you should show up at about 6:30a in order to find the person you are shadowing.  Otherwise, you can show up at about 8:30a in order to find your location.

    The frequency is 147.510 simplex.  Be sure to have your rig ready before you go out your door.

    The net will start about 8:30a.

    Many questions about the race can be answered by calling 567-208-0422.

    Just show up if YOU CAN HELP.  You will be welcomed.

Thanks for another succesful Hamfest!

We would like to send out a special thanks to all that participated in this year's Hamfest and helped make it a success. Our thanks goes out not only to FRC members that helped put on the event but just as much so the vendors and trunk sales that participated.


We now will look to the future for even better ways we can implement the Hamfest for 2018. Thanks again to all who participated!

Upcoming Events

American Radio Relay League | Ham Radio Association and Resources

The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources.
  • David Trachtenberg, N4WWL, Confirmed as Principal Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Policy

    The US Senate today confirmed ARRL member David Trachtenberg, N4WWL, of Burke, Virginia, as the next Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. Trachtenberg, 60, is the president and CEO of Shortwaver Consulting LLC, a national security consultancy. He is National Planning Coordinator and Northeast Division Director for USAF MARS, and is active in the Pentagon Amateur Radio Club (P...

  • New Ham Bands Spring to Life; Veteran LF Experimenter Denied Amateur Access to 2200 Meters

    Amateur Radio’s two newest bands came to life on Friday the 13th. Both 630 meters (472-479 kHz) and 2200 meters (135.7-137.8 kHz) bands now are available to radio amateurs who have notified the Utilities Technology Council (UTC) of their intention to operate and did not hear anything back during the ensuing 30 days.

    “Many of us filed notices with the Utilities Technology Council on September 15,...

Who's Online

We have 4 guests and no members online