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This page is to keep you up to date on nets and
things that are happening with our local repeaters.

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Local amateur operator's meet on
+147.375 MHz PL Tone 146.2
every Thursday night at 8:00 PM
for our weekly evening nets.
The repeater is located in Hutchinson.

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A note from Don K0KLN:

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I have been asked for the guide that is read
by a net control station for the Wednesday evening net.
 
A number of you requested to be net control stations, this is very good, excellent.
 
I encourage everyone to take part in being a NCS. The ones that were on the schedule also have things that come up and can't be on. Everyone should be given a chance to be NCS.
 
July 31, 2002
73's
Don K0KLN
 

Click here to see the Net Script.

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Here is current rotaion for the
Thursday night nets:
 

 First Thursdays:
 KCHST
 Second Thursdays:
 KCWJP 
 Third Thursdays: 
 KBDCO
 Fourth Thursdays:
 KKLN 
  Fifth Thursdays:
 Open Rotation
 

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If you haven't joined the Yahoo groups,
click below here to join.
 

Click here to subscribe to
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the W0CRC Reflector.

If you have joined the Yahoo groups,
click on this link below.
 
 

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Darwin Repeater Project:
 

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The club's hard work paid off
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and is now completed !!

 
 

 
 
 

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The new Darwin repeater Freq. is
-146.685 PL Tone 146.2
Located in Meeker County.
 

Repeater Committee Chairman: Greg KD4GQG
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Greg made a great presentation at the Oct. 2002 meeting.

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Last Update:
 
Darwin repeater is now
permanently installed as of
April 12th, 2003.
 
- 146.685  PL Tone 146.2
 
At 124 feet; using a Diamond X50NA antenna.
The repeater is currently
running 5 - 6 watts
with an ERP at 18 - 20 watts.
 
Please try out the W0CRC repeater
when your west of the Twin Cities,
on or around US Highway 12.
 
Sponsored By the Crow River Amateur Radio Club.
 

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