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Radio Fiesta is Coming!!

Well, maybe not tomorrow, but Saturday 10 January 2015 at the Schertz Civic Center!! Get with one of the club offices or board members to ask how YOU can help.

The Fiesta is a great time for all to buy, sell, and trade all kinds of new and used equipment. There are many vendors from all over the area. Keep the hobby alive and bring a non-ham friend to the event. Programs, Presentations, and Services for this year's Fiesta include: Traffic Handling, Weather Update, ARES Forum, ARRL Forum, VE Testing -Contact Pat Knight info(at)AD5BR, DXCC & WAS Card Checking, and the Texas VHF Society Meeting Winter Meeting

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Field Day 2014

During calamities when phone connections and the Internet falter, there's always one form of dependable long-distance communication: ham radio. Ham operators can be lifesavers in times of crisis, and South Texas enthusiasts try to stay prepared for the next hurricane, flood or tornado.

On outings known as “field days,” such as one planned for this weekend at Raymond Russell Park, operators check their mobile radio equipment, including transmitters and antennas, and put their emergency networking capabilities to the test.

Hams across the nation are holding field days this weekend as part of Amateur Radio Week, an event that drew 30,000 participants last year.

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Emergency Communications

Emergency Communications

San Antonio Radio Club and Bexar County ARES

The San Anotnio Radio Club has close ties to Bexar County ARES. For more information on Emergency Communications please visit their web site

Bexar County ARES

on the Web.

We encourage all of our members to join this group. Bexar County ARES has a Yahoo group to support sharing and planing of information.

To subscribe emailBexar County ARES Yahoo.

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