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some changes for yolo ares!!
As some of you know i have switched jobs and this requires me to be on the road 3-5 days a week. greg has been doing a great job as a fill in and i thank him for that. i have asked dan kf6hhh to step up and be the club treasurer and he has agreed to take care of that for us. also i have asked bill kg6gni to step into the AEC post to assist greg and he also said yes!!! We are starting to make some good inroads with red cross and we need to move forward with this . my thanks to greg,dan,bill for all the help darrin ogletree
EC YOLO COUNTY
KG6FJL    10/17/2005

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Next Yolo ARES meeting - Thursday, October 20, 2005
The next meeting will be meeting at Lillard Hall, Thursday October 20 at 7:30pm.
The hall is located at the West Plainfield fire station on county road 95 between roads 29 and 31 (Covell blvd) next to the Yolo County airport. View a map.
If you have been copying the practice messages, bring your hard copies.    10/4/2005

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Barrels & Buckets For Sale
Dave, W6OT, provided this information on water storage barrels:

9591 Elder Creek Rd
Sacramento, CA, 916-362-2135
55 gallon barrels ($20 each)
30 gallon ($10 each)

Once disinfected, these barrels provide good storage of potable water.    9/28/2005

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Next Yolo ARES meeting Septmeber 15, 2005
The next meeting will be meeting at Lillard Hall, Thursday September 15 at 7:30pm.
The hall is located at the West Plainfield fire station on county road 95 between roads 29 and 31 (Covell blvd) next to the Yolo County airport. View a map.    9/6/2005

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The ARES E-Letter
The ARES E-Letter to debut (Aug 11, 2005) -- Licensed League members with ARRL Field Organization appointments involving emergency communication or public service will be the first to receive the debut issue of The ARES E-Letter! The premier edition of the monthly national newsletter is set for release Wednesday, August 17, and will publish on the third Wednesday of each month after that. Since 9/11, interest within the Amateur Radio community in emergency communication and public service has greatly increased. More than ever, hams are volunteering to help meet the communication needs of our nation, states and communities. The ARES E-Letter is a response to this expanding awareness. Anyone with an interest in emergency communication or public service activities can sign up online to receive The ARES E-Letter. Each issue will contain a wealth of after-action reports, editorials, technical tips, news and views--information you'd otherwise have to wait for in QST. Timeliness, utility and inspiration are the goals of this informative publication that's devoted entirely to Amateur Radio emergency communication and public service.    8/14/2005

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Next Yolo ARES meeting, Thursday, August 18, 2005
The next meeting will be meeting at Lillard Hall, Thursday August 18 at 7:30pm.
The hall is located at the West Plainfield fire station on county road 95 between roads 29 and 31 (Covell blvd) next to the yolo county airport. View a map.    8/9/2005

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W6OMF SEPTEMBER SWAP MEET!!!!
larry w6omf will be putting on his yearly sept swap meet in vacaville on sept 3rd, this is always a good swap lots of quality gear and ve testing sat pm    8/1/2005

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PACIFICON 2005
PACIFICON 2005 will be on October 14, 15, and 16th.
the San Ramon Marriott 2600 Bishop Drive San Ramon, CA 94583    7/27/2005

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New Assistant Emergency Coordinator
On the July 25, 2005 Yolo ARES net, ARES Emergency Coordinator, Darrin, KG6FJL, announced that Greg, KG6SJT, has been named as Assistant Emergency Coordinator for Yolo ARES. Greg will be replacing Linda, AA6MR, and Clay, KF6SNF, who have moved to Washington.    7/26/2005

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Photos from the July 21, 2005 Yolo ARES meeting
At the July 21 YoloARES meeting, radio GO kits were discussed. Darrin, KG6FJL, distributed handouts with suggested equiptment lists.There was also a discussion of NVIS antennas. Members showed what they carried in their radio GO kits.    7/24/2005

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