General

W9ICE Lunch Group: Rick's Boatyard Cafe

Date: 
Fri 12-09 11:15am - 12:30pm

The W9ICE Lunch Group (which is open to all interested in eating), is gathering at Rick's Boatyard Cafe near Eagle Creek Reservoir; 4050 Dandy Trail, across from the Eagle Creek Airport.

http://www.rickscafeboatyard.com/

Location

IN
United States
39° 49' 39.1692" N, 86° 18' 2.7108" W

ARLB: La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant

Date: 
Fri 12-01 11:30am - 12:30pm

The Amateur Radio Lunch Bunch (ARLB) will be eating at the La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Binford Blvd an Graham Rd. (NE side). [6825 Graham Rd.]

http://lahaciendaindy.com

Join the ARLB at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ARLB/

Location

IN
United States
39° 52' 49.6128" N, 86° 4' 9.8436" W

ARLB: Kinsey's Italian Cafe

Date: 
Mon 09-25 11:30am - 12:30pm

The Amatuer Radio Lunch Bunch (ARLB) will be eating at Kinsey' Italian Cafe located at 6383 W. Broadway in McCordsville, IN.

Join the ARLB at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ARLB/

Location

IN
United States
39° 53' 34.6632" N, 85° 55' 30.5472" W

ARLB: Formosa Seafood & Chinese Buffet

Date: 
Mon 12-05 11:30am - 12:30pm

The Amateur Radio Lunch Bunch (ARLB) will be eating at the Formosa Seafood & Chinese Buffet located just north of Denny's in front of the Castleton Square Mall, off 82nd Stree. (6304 E. 82nd St.)

http://formosaseafoodbuffet.com

Join the ARLB at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ARLB/

Location

IN
United States
39° 54' 23.8752" N, 86° 3' 34.308" W

ARLB: Oriental Inn Restaurant (14th & Arlington Ave.)

Date: 
Mon 01-15 11:30am - 12:30pm

The Amatuer Radio Lunch Bunch (ARLB) will be eating at the Oriental Inn located at 1421 N. Arlington Ave.

Join the ARLB at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ARLB/

Location

IN
United States
39° 47' 13.4052" N, 86° 3' 50.8392" W

ARLB: Fazoli's (86th & Township Line Rd.)

Date: 
Mon 01-29 11:30am - 12:30pm

The Amatuer Radio Lunch Bunch (ARLB) will be eating at Fazoli's located at just east of Township Line Rd. on 86th St. [2374 W 86th St.]

Join the ARLB at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ARLB/

Location

IN
United States
39° 54' 44.5212" N, 86° 12' 9.2484" W

Carmel Marathon (Hamilton County)

Date: 
Sat 03-31 7:30am - 2:00pm
Description: 

The Hamilton County Amateur Radio Team is again assisting this event for 2018. This is both a 13.1M and 26.2M Marathon.

The 8th annual Carmel Marathon will be run Saturday, March 31, 2018. The Carmel Marathon is comprised of a marathon, half marathon, marathon relay, and Carmel 8K. The races will begin at 7:30 AM and starts and ends at the Carmel Paladium (126th Street just west of Range Line Road). Amateur Radio communication has been requested. Each Amateur radio operator will be assigned to a combined water stop and medical aid station on the route and will provide communication for Medical personnel that are assigned to each location.

Like last year Amateur radio operators will be assigned to medical aid locations. The assignments will be posted on a web page and emails will be sent out with updates. All locations are posted on the map with letter assignment, green with a circle below them After the race has passed your assigned position, the Net Control will either reassign or dismiss you from the event. The communicators are not required to remain in one spot until the entire race is finished. The event is expected to run from 6:30 AM until 1:30 PM. On the day of the race the net will be on the 145.17+ crossband 443.55+ Repeater, tone 77.0. Net control will also be monitoring 146.46 Simplex if you are not able to make the repeater.

If you are able to help with this event please email Steve Kremer, KF9ZA at KF9ZA@kremer.com If you’ve volunteered for this in the past I’ll make every attempt to assign you to the same location as in past years. I’ve already had a meeting with the race organizer and our role will be the same as in past years.

Please note: If you have volunteered for the Carmel Marathon there is a real good chance you will get an “automated” email from their volunteer coordinator. In the past they’ve been sort of consistent in having a volunteer choice of “ham radio” as a choice. Please follow their instructions as best you can, but please don’t let their sign up form take the place of a direct email to me. Also, for some reason my ARRL.net email is not working. Please email me at: kf9za@kremer.com

Thanks,
Steve
KF9ZA

http://www.carmelmarathon.com/pages/home

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Sam Costa Run (Hamilton County)

Date: 
Sat 03-24 9:00am - 1:00pm
Description: 

The Hamilton County Amateur Radio Team coordinates this half marathon.

It is time once again to round up volunteers for the 49th Sam Costa Half Marathon. As you all know, without volunteers we have no race, so please encourage others to join you as a volunteer this year. We really appreciate early sign ups so that we can make assignments to ensure that all areas are fully covered.

http://www.samcosta.com/

Location

NCS
United States
39° 58' 39.8748" N, 86° 4' 31.4292" W

Hoosier Hikers: Knobstone Run

Date: 
Sat 10-01 8:00am - 1:00pm
Description: 

The Hoosier Hikers Knobstone Race in Morgan/Monroe Start Forest is Saturday, October 1 & there is a need for 6 or 8 volunteers for that event. The race starts at 9:00 A.M. & should be over around 1:00 P.M. Some positions will be done earlier if you would like to help but can't stay till 1:00. HTs will work from most positions with a good antenna but a couple will require a 50 watt mobile & a good antenna.

Contact Brian Elliott, N9JPX if you can help.
(765) 346-1123
n9jpx09@yahoo.com

http://www.hoosierhikerscouncil.org/

Location

United States
39° 18' 38.79" N, 86° 25' 42.3768" W

Indiana QSO Party (INQP)

Date: 
Sat 05-02 12:00pm - Sun 05-03 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.

INQP can be good experience to prepare for emergencies by using fixed stations, and mobiles to test your rigs. You may even want to practice setting up in the field to operate portable for field operations ( practice for Field Day).

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.

Contest starts at 1600 UTC Saturday and ends at 0400 UTC Sunday the first full weekend of May. (Saturday noon to midnight EDT or 11 am to
11 pm CDT.) For 2015, this is May 2-3. All stations may operate the full 12- hour period.

See more at: http://www.hdxcc.org/inqp/

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