Washington County ARES August 2014. Visitors Upgrades & Certificates Unit Certification

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Washington County ARES

Washington County ARESAugust 2014

Visitors

Upgrades & Certificates

Unit Certification

Unit Certification - BasicI. Basic CertificationFunctional in 6 hours4 members = 72 hours 12 on 12 off ICS courses IS-100,IS-200, and IS-700. Additionally, the EC has completed all of the foregoing classes.The ARES/RACES unit participates in at least one of two annual Section Simulated Emergency Tests (SET)

Stations Served AgenciesOrientation

Oregon ARES Leadership Conference Oregon ARES Leadership Conference August 22-23-24Sisters, Oregon

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Sundays at 8PM 440.550

Oregon ARES/RACES September 2014 Mash UpSeptember 13, 2014 0900 1400

The September Mash Up is an Oregon ARES/RACES emergency power, field exercise to be held Saturday, September 13th. The purpose of the exercise is to promote training in emergency communications,Exercise equipmentBuild partnerships between ARES, CERT, Red Cross and other auxiliary communications groups.Mash UpHeld at Dairy Creek Park next to LUTWe will take our ARES radios & antennas and set up mostly a cold startWhat wont be cold is info make sure we have frequencies on hand, & radios programmed.Oregon Intl Air Show Sept 19th 21stHave had contactKE7WKM will be out of townEd Clark will help us pull things together.

Harvest Century Needs Your Help!

The 2014 Harvest Century is seeking volunteers for SAG support. This bicycle ride is scheduled for Sunday, September 28th, and raises money for Community Vision, a local non-profit dedicated to helping developmentally disabled adults in the Portland area.

You must have a truck, van, or SUV with bike rack, and room for 2-3 riders in your vehicle. With three courses spanning over a hundred miles, and 1500 riders, this will be a busy day for all involved. The course tours Washington County, with brief excursions into Yamhill County and Clackamas County.

Volunteers will be reimbursed for mileage and lunch is provided. The event is expected to run from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but final scheduling has not been completed, flexibility is appreciated.

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Anthony Mayernik at 971-241-8467 or k7akm@arrl.net.

You Have a message!

Task List 1 - RADOJohn Bucsek KE7WNBSam Corbin KF7BUCJohn Core KX7YTPat Flanagan KE7NVBAnthony Mayernic K7AKMKent Powloski N7KPNPat Roberson W7PATRichard Stack K7TKKSteve Taylor N7BEFBob Yolton W7ZXX

Missing CertsICS 100, 200, 700John Buscek KE7WNBKent Powloski N7KPNPat Flanagan KE7NVB

Winlink Message Form ReviewThe schedule will be as follows:- FridayJune 27th- SERVICE Message-Friday July 4th- ACTIVATION Message-Friday July 11th- DOE Message-Friday July 18th- SITREP Message-Friday July 25th- ICS213 Message-Friday August 1st- REQUEST for AssistanceLisa Clarke, KE7NIYOR ASEC-Training ARES/RACES

Winlink MessagingWashington CountySam Corbin, KF7BUCgamersrc@gmail.comXXXXXXXErnie Johnson, K7EAJk7eaj@coho.netXXXXXXXDavid Hiers, KF7JCKdavidhiers7836@yahoo.comXXXXXXXPat Roberson, W7PATw7pat@yahoo.comXXXXXXXRichard Stack, K7TKKrwstack@att.netXXXXXXXFrank Wenzl, AE7ISfrankwenzl@comcast.netXXXXXXXChris de Voir, KG7HELsirnoch@yahoo.comXXXXXXX SERVICE ACTIVATION DOE SITREP ICS213 REQUEST COMPLETED Fridays for lunch @

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