ARES

N5FDL: Ten Sure-Fire Ways to Grow Your ARES® Group

Reprinted from the ARRL ARES® E-letter, March 16, 2011:

This month, I'll share some simple ideas for growing your ARES group. You can probably implement most or all of them.

INARES HF Voice Net

Date: 
Sun 11-26 5:00pm
Frequency: 
IN-ARRL 80m SSB
County: 
IN Statewide
Description: 

Tune in to the IN ARES HF voice net at 3.900 MHz LSB at 5:00 PM Eastern Time every Sunday.

Boone County ARES Net

Date: 
Thu 11-23 8:00pm
Frequency: 
N9HLL
County: 
Boone

Morgan County ARES

Date: 
Wed 11-29 8:00pm
Frequency: 
Morgan RA 2m
County: 
Morgan

Johnson County ARES Net

Date: 
Sun 11-26 7:00pm
Frequency: 
Mid States ARC
County: 
Johnson

Shelby County ARES Net

Date: 
Mon 11-27 7:30pm
Frequency: 
Blue River ARC 2m
County: 
Shelby

Hancock County ARES Net

Date: 
Tue 11-28 7:30pm
Frequency: 
Hancock ARC primary 2m
County: 
Hancock

IN-ARRL 80m SSB

Frequency: 
3.900 MHz
Mode: 
SSB
Offset: 
Simplex
County: 
Statewide

[link: IN-ARRL HF Nets]

IN-ARRL CW

Frequency: 
3.535 MHz
Mode: 
CW
Offset: 
Simplex
County: 
IN Statewide

ARES Code of Conduct

Adapted from the ARRL E-letter:

ARES members are the personification of Amateur Radio to the public and to the governmental and quasi-governmental agencies whom we serve. As such, we have elected to publish guidelines under which we expect ARES registered volunteers will operate. Although these are not conditions for participation, we strongly encourage each ARES member to abide by these standards.

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