- Amateur Radio Volunteer Response Continues to Historic Hurricane Irma
- Just one of many emails to League officials on K3RF being disqualified.
- K3RF’s petition to run for the Director’s position in the upcoming election for ARRL Atlantic Division denied!
- Gatlinburg TN Wildfire
- Tom Gallagher – NY2RF – Meeting October 26th in Montgomery County
- Need Help with RFI Problem
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Category Archives: Public Service Events
The following info was recently posted to the ARRL Public Relations reflector. Good advice for Field Day. I was recently reminded of the need to include photos in pre-event publicity but it’s hard to take photos in advance 🙂 Take … Continue reading
Governor Tom Wolf has proclaimed June 2017 as Amateur Radio Month in Pennsylvania. Thanks to Fred Serota, K3BHX, our EPA State Government Liaison for securing this for us.
The ARRL wants to know when you do good things like provide communications for a race, Triathlon, emergency, or other public service events. There is an online web form that is easy to fill out. Just go here: http://www.arrl.org/fsd-157-public-service-activity-report The … Continue reading
Our Section Emergency Coordinator, W. T. Jones, WN3LIF, recently traveled to Selinsgrove, PA, and attended the Boy Scout’s Susquehanna Council’s Seven Bridges District Recognition Dinner. The interrelationship between Scouting and Amateur Radio has been a long one. If you pick … Continue reading
Richard Hurd, WC3T has been appointed as a Scouting PIO Liaison working with the Boy Scouts of America Minsi Trail council and also the Girl Scouts of Eastern PA (GSEP) This position was announced last March and Rich joins Tim … Continue reading
We are excited to announce a new addition to our staff. Kelsey Seymour, K3LSY will become our new Section Youth Coordinator. He has been very active with Scouting and other youth activities in Tioga county and we now look forward … Continue reading
EPA-ARRL played an important role in Cascadia Rising on behalf of NTS. In a true disaster of this scale, Washington, D.C. would be a madhouse of activity and confusion. FEMA’s Region 3 headquarters, which covers both Pennsylvania and Washington, is … Continue reading