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Kootenai Amateur Radio Society is having a hamfest!
July 20th, 2019 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Prairie View Elementary School
2478 E. Poleline Ave.
Post Falls, ID.  83854 (Corner of Poleline and Greensferry)
Prizes...swap tables...tailgate swap in parking lot...License testing!

www.K7ID.org for more information.

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The SWI ARC is holding an ARRL KIDS DAY EVENT June 15th.
It will be held from 12 noon until 4 p.m. at West Park in Nampa.
This is an event to get the kids involved in Ham Radio. 
Bring the kids...bring the grandkids...bring the neighbor kids!

 

FM Simplex Contest   this month!
The SWI ARC is holding an FM Simplex contest May 25th. 
Here is a link with all the rules.

 

A Technician Class will be starting on Tuesday, May 7th.  You will need the Gordon West Technician Class book 2018-2022.  This book
is available at RJM Computers & Electronics, 4524 Overland Road, Boise, Idaho 83705.  208-472-2800.  Classes will be held Tuesday &
Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. at 4630 Fenton St. in Boise.  The only cost is for the book which is $26.45 including tax.  There is
a $14 cost for the test.  Email questions to ke7hhw @ msn.com.

 

 

Registration for Idaho Rally 2019 is now OPEN       1/18/19
The dates for this year’s Rally are June 20-23 with the same stage roads being used as last year (Harris Creek, Meadow Creek,
Grimes Pass,  Spanish Fork) with the possibility of adding one more (Clear Creek). So we're going to need just as many
Radio Operators, if not more. If you were signed up for last years event, log in at www.rallydata.com and update your previously
saved information.  If you know of other Ham Radio Operators that would like to help out, please urge them to sign up, as well. 
Any questions or concerns need to be sent directly to n7ubo@msn.com
Here's hoping to see you in the hills in June.

Regards,
Tim Rynearson, N7UBO
Chief of Communications


Idaho ARES
This Idaho ARRL website is not meant to replace our ARES website; it is still the heart of where ARES activities take place. As before, new members
register, reports, rosters and more are still there. However, we would like for you to post your ARES activities on this website’s calendar, events
and news for all to see the services we provide.

Rich Dees  W7BOI
Idaho Section Emergency Coordinator
W7BOI@arrl.net
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