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Carmel Marathon (Hamilton County)

Date: 
Sat 04-09 8:00am - 2:00pm
Description: 

2022 Carmel Marathon Weekend Information:

The 12th Annual Carmel Marathon Weekend is scheduled for Saturday, April 9, 2022.

All races utilize the same start and finish line, however there will be staggered start times, changes in different race distance start times and social distancing guidelines will be in effect.

https://www.carmelmarathon.com/event-information

Naval Avionics ARC

Frequency: 
147.210 MHz
Mode: 
FM
Offset: 
Plus
County: 
District 5

Location

United States
39° 45' 58.9176" N, 86° 7' 46.1208" W

This is an open repeater funded by IDHS to support Emergency Communications in Marion and all surrounding counties. It is classified as a wide-area coverage repeater and has the callsign of W9FBZ and K9XV is Trustee.

It is currently transmitting with 25 watts and has a very good coverage.

The antenna is located at about 500' on the guyed tower at State & Washington Streets in the near downtown area of Indianapolis, IN.

Indiana QSO Party (INQP)

Date: 
Fri 05-06 12:00pm - Sat 05-07 12:00am
Description: 

The purpose of the Indiana QSO Party (INQP) is to encourage contact with Indiana amateur radio stations by other Indiana hams and hams worldwide. Stations outside of Indiana work Indiana stations only. Indiana stations work everybody, including other Indiana stations. See the rules for the rest of the details.

INQP 2022 takes place May 7-(the first Saturday in May).

The 2021 rules are now available.

Please announce your operating plans on the email reflector (inqp@groups.io). You can see what others have planned on the Activity Map.

Worked All Indiana Award
The INQP is a great time to work on your Worked All Indiana Award. It only takes 60 confirmed counties to earn the initial certificate. Your INQP QSOs count as confirmed QSOs toward your WAI. Just indicate the INQP QSOs on your GCR, and we'll use your submitted log to confirm the QSOs.

Stay in Touch
You are invited to join the INQP reflector. Post your questions about the INQP, make suggestions for next year, or just jump in the general discussion with other participants and the organizers.

State QSO Party Challenge
INQP is part of the State QSO Party Challenge. See http://stateqsoparty.com for information.

Indianapolis Half Marathon in Lawrence

Date: 
Sat 10-01 7:00am - 1:00pm
Description: 

This is the 26th Annual Indianapolis Half-Marathon held in Lawrence, IN, old Ft. Harrison area.
It is a 13.1 mile and 5K/Run-Walk.

Winding through historic Fort Harrison State Park and the surrounding neighborhoods, the Indy Half Marathon at Fort Ben is nationally recognized by Runner’s World for its stunning, scenic course. Join us this fall to see for yourself!

Your participation in Beyond Monumental events supports our MISSION of actively supporting youth health and well-being by providing access to exceptional events and programs centered around the sport of running.

The Half Marathon course requires an 18:00 per mile race.

If you would like to work this as an Emergency Communicator, contact ____________________.

https://indyhalfmarathon.com/races/indy-half-marathon-at-fort-ben/

Location

Start-Finish Line
United States
39° 51' 25.0092" N, 86° 0' 52.9812" W

American Diabetes Association Tour-de-Cure *** VIRTUAL - NON-HAM EVENT ***

Date: 
Sat 06-06 7:30am - 12:30pm
Description: 

For 2020, the ADA Tour de Cure is VIRTUAL --- a NON-HAM RADIO EVENT.

The location and routes for the 2020 event are all new. There will be 23 & 62 mile bike routes AND a 5K & 10K Run/Walk going simultaneously. The event begins at the Celebration Plaza along the White River, adjacent to the Indianapolis Zoo. Hams are stationed along the Road Route and at the Aid Stations. Hams will report to NCS any requests for Medical Support, when the Lead Bicyclist passes, and when the Last Bicyclist passes.

To volunteer as an emergency communicator, _____________________________.

http://main.diabetes.org/site/TR?pg=informational&fr_id=13035&type=fr_in...

Location

Net Control Station
United States
39° 45' 59.6772" N, 86° 10' 13.638" W

500 Festival Parade

Date: 
Sat 05-28 11:30am - 2:30pm
Description: 

One of the original 500 Festival events, the IPL 500 Festival Parade is one of the nation’s largest, most respected parades, consistently earning national acclaim alongside the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

More than 300,000 people will line the streets of downtown Indianapolis to experience the larger-than-life floats, giant helium balloons, celebrities and dignitaries, award-winning bands, and all 33 drivers competing in the Indy 500.

500 Festival Mini Marathon

Date: 
Sat 05-07 7:30am - 2:00pm
Description: 

2022 marks the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon’s 46th running

You could say the City of Indianapolis is a little obsessed with fast races and massive sporting events. On Saturday, May 7, 2022, 30,000+ runners, joggers, walkers, and wheelchair participants will take over the streets of downtown Indianapolis for The Greatest Spectacle in Running - the Indy Mini.

This epic race starts in the heart of downtown Indianapolis – with an IndyCar driver leading off each wave in a pace car that will start the Indy 500 later that month. The flat, fast course is packed with hundreds of the nicest volunteers you’ll ever meet and nearly 500 course entertainers.

What makes the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon even more special is that the course includes a lap around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (you know, home of the Indy 500). As participants reach the Speedway’s Yard of Bricks, many will stop to kneel and kiss the bricks - because we love a good tradition. Keep your eyes open, because you never know who you'll see at the Yard of Bricks encouraging participants, from American running hero, Frank Shorter, to Indy 500 racing legends.

Named America’s Best Half Marathon of the Decade by the BibRave 100 and “America’s Most Iconic Races” by Runners World, each year the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon attracts participants from all 50 states and 15+ countries around the world.

- The 500 Festival

https://www.indymini.com/

Location

Net Control Station
United States
39° 46' 15.4272" N, 86° 10' 3.3384" W

ARRL Field Day

Date: 
Sat 06-25 1:00pm - Sun 06-26 4:00pm
Description: 

Held the fourth full weekend of June, Field Day activities can be found in almost every county in Central Indiana. Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan and Shelby Counties all usually have activities.

Go to the county frequencies and give a call. Or go to the ARRL Field Day Locator at:

http://www.arrl.org/field-day-locator

District Field Day Activities can be found at the following locations:

Boone County:
Hamilton County ARES:
Hancock County:
Hendricks County ARS:
Johnson County ARC:
Marion County ARES:
Morgan County:
Shelby County:

At its core, Field Day is a local event and an opportunity for local amateur radio clubs to showcase the skills, science and technologies that make radio communication such a wonderful hobby and a valuable public service. Since the impact of the coronavirus outbreak has been very different in different parts of the country, we recommend that all amateur radio clubs participating in Field Day be in regular contact with their local or state public health officials for their advice and guidance on hosting Field Day activities. This also offers an opportunity for amateur radio clubs to bolster or re-establish their relationships with local and state public health and emergency management officials.

Because of the unique circumstances presented this year, this can be an opportunity for you, your club and/or group to try something new. Field Day isn't about doing things the same way year after year - use this year to develop and employ a new approach that is in line with our current circumstances.

Local club officials are the most appropriate people to be making decisions about their specific Field Day programs. We are all concerned about protecting the health and safety of those participating in or attending Field Day activities, and so we trust local club officials to take the appropriate steps to monitor local conditions and make decisions in the best interest of their communities.

ARRL officials strongly believe that following the guidelines of local, state and national health care professionals will help ensure everyone's safety.

Newsline

Date: 
Wed 11-30 7:00pm
County: 
Marion
Description: 

http://www.arnewsline.org/ news broadcast.

Morgan RA 440

Frequency: 
444.950 MHz
Mode: 
FM
Offset: 
Plus
Tone: 
100.0
County: 
Morgan

Location

United States
39° 25' 13.0152" N, 86° 25' 55.884" W
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