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Updated Amateur Radio Emergency Service Manual Now Online
The latest edition (March 2015) of the Amateur Radio Emergency ServiceŽ (ARES) Manual now is online.    5/21/2015

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The ARES net on April 27 will be on the N6QDY repeater
The ARES net on April 27 will be on the N6QDY repeater
FREQ: 147.2550MHz,    OFFSET: Positive (+),   PL: 123.0    4/26/2015

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Cache Creek Ridge Ride, May 2, 2015 Sign up page
You can now sign up to help out on the 2015 Cache Creek Ridge Ridge Ride.
This horse endurance event is great fun to work.
Information on the ride is available at:
http://cachecreekride.weebly.com/
Click here to sign up.
   3/18/2015

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Yolo ARES Meeting March 17
Yolo ARES will have the March 17 meeting at
The offices of Luhdorff & Scalmanini
500 First Street Woodland, CA 95695
The meeting will start at 7pm.    3/17/2015

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Emergency Communication Meeting January 22 In Davis 6:00pm
All emergency-oriented amateur radio operators are invited to a meeting
to be held at the Davis Police Department, 2600 5th Street, Davis, CA,
at 1800 hrs (6:00 pm) on Thursday, January 22.
Dana Carey, Coordinator of Yolo County Emergency Services, will outline the procedures for emergency deployment of amateurs in the county (and outside). Nick Crossley, UC Davis EOC, will also be there. This will be an opportunity to discuss emergency
communication procedures in a gathering where city, university/state and
county agencies will be represented.
   1/21/2015

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Yolo County ARES January meeting will Tuesday January 20th at 7:00 pm
The Yolo County ARES January meeting will Tuesday January 20th at 7:00 pm at
The offices of Luhdorff and Scalmanini CE 
500 First Street, Woodland, CA    1/19/2015

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December's ARES meeting has been cancelled. HAPPY HOLIDAYS.
December's ARES meeting has been cancelled. HAPPY HOLIDAYS.
Information on the January 20th meeting will be posted in January.    12/16/2014

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Yolo County ARES - Weekly Nets
Yolo County ARES conducts a weekly Net on Monday evenings at 2000hrs (8:00 PM) PDT, primarily on the KE6YUV repeater. We also conduct a regular Net on the N6QDY repeater, or Simplex. All, of which is, NCS Operator's choice.

The KE6YUV repeater is sponsored by the Berryessa Amateur Radio Klub (BARK). The N6QDY repeater is sponsored by California Amateur Radio Users Net (C.A.R.U.N.) and Valley Emergency Repeater Association (V.E.R.A.). Additional details regarding both repeaters and the Simplex frequency is below.

BARK REPEATER INFORMATION
WEBSITE: Berryessa Amateur Radio Klub (B.A.R.K.)
FREQ: 146.9700MHz OFFSET: Negative (-) PL: 123.0 (Enc/Dec -OR- TSq)

CARUN & VERA REPEATER INFORMATION
WEBSITE: California Amateur Radio Users Net (C.A.R.U.N.) & Valley Emergency Repeater Association (V.E.R.A.)
FREQ: 147.2550MHz OFFSET: Positive (+) PL: 123.0 (Enc -OR- T(one) Only)

SIMPLEX FREQUENCY INFORMATION
FREQ: ~ TBD by NCS ~ OFFSET: ~ NONE ~ PL: ~ NONE ~

We would like to thank the Officers and Members of both the BARK and the CARUN/VERA repeaters for their use during our Weekly Nets.
   12/14/2014

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Radio Operators needed for the California International Marathon
The 40th annual California International Marathon is Dec 7th and runs from Folsom to the Capital. Operators are need from 6:30 am until about 1:30 pm. Available openings are from Orangevale to Downtown. Contact Frank, N6SNO at 916-529-2396, or frankn6sno@gmail.com.

The California International Marathon (CIM) web site: http://runcim.org/    11/25/2014

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Great California Shake Summary!
Yolo County ARES joined nearly 10 millions Californians in the Great California Shakeout earthquake drill on October 16, 2014 starting at 10:16 AM.

Here is our exercise plan, recordings of each net, and a summary of net logs with call signs, names, locations and status reports.

Thank you to all of the amateur radio operators that checked in. In a real emergency, you can make a difference! A special thanks to our net controls: K6WLS Ken, KI6DWP John in Amador, K6KN, Bill, and WA6TQJ Gary.

We had check in via voice, email, packet, packet BBS, and Winlink! We had opportunities to use all modes of communications

Our summary is posted at: http://www.yoloares.org/news/2014/shakeout/    10/16/2014

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