“Special” SMRA Net -March 17th

 “Special” SMRA Net on our 145.43 Repeater from 7:00 – 9:00 PM on Tuesday March 17.  Jack Himes will act as Net Control,  we will cover as much of general meeting reports and business as is practical under net conditions.

Below are a links to files to help you follow along during the meeting.

South Mountain Radio Amateur Club (SMRA) Executive Board elections were held during the January 21, 2020 monthly membership meeting at the Public Safety Building in Carlisle, PA.

Standing: Mike K3ESQ Treasurer, Gary K3MGB Director, Andrew W3AND Membership Secretary, Don K3ZR Director.

Seated: Todd KB3FGZ Recording Secretary, Jack NC3O President, Rick KC3DRU Director

Not pictured: Ed W3SMF Vice President

Andrew, Todd and Jack were re-elected for a two-year term. Don was elected for a two-year term.

The SMRA Radio Club meets monthly at 7:00 pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Public Safety Building, 1 Public Safety Drive, Carlisle, PA 17013. Anyone wanting to learn more about Amateur Radio may attend any meeting as a guest. SMRA operates several local VHF & UHF repeaters under its N3TWT call sign.

For more information please visit the SMRA web page at www.n3twt.org.

In September 2019 ARRL designated SMRA as a Special Service Club!

Ralph K3HQI, ARRL EPA Affiliated Clubs Coordinator, presented the SSC Banner and Plaque to SMRA President Jack NC3O and SMRA Membership Secretary Andrew W3AND during the September SMRA monthly meeting.

A club that exists to go above and beyond for their communities and for Amateur Radio is what defines a Special Service Club (SSC).  They are the leaders in their Amateur Radio communities who provide active training classes, publicity programs and actively pursue technical projects and operating activities:

  • New Ham Development and Training
  • Public Relations
  • Emergency Communications
  • Technical Advancement
  • Operating Activities
  • Miscellaneous Activities