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We strongly endorse community readiness and preparedness to deal with emergencies and disasters. To that end we host the following activity:   


ARES Net:

ARES In conjunction with the Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES), we conduct a roll call every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. to practice reporting and relaying information during times of emergency and disaster. The following files will help those interested in being a Net Control Station.  

ARES Net Reference Material:  

        weekly ARES Net Script - NET SCRIPT     

        weekly ARES Net Roster and Report - Roster & Report     
         (To be completed and emailed to Joe, W7LUX)

        weekly ARES Net Schedule - Net Schedule  

ARES Communications Log   (Landscape)    (Portrait)   


For additional information on the ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service, click on the Logo to the left or call the Local Emergency Coordinator - Coconino County, AZ: Joe Hobart, W7LUX - W7LUX@ARRL.NET

ARES Manuals (.pdf): ARES Manual    ARES Field Resources Manual   

This net is held on the ARA repeater we are privileged to be using, located on Mount Elden, frequency 146.980 with a negative offset and a pl tone of 162.2  In the event of repeater failure, the net will be conducted 146.980 simplex, with close in stations relaying for outlying stations.  Visitors and newcomers to the area are always welcome and strongly encouraged to participate in this net.


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