UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS AND/OR ACTIVITIES November 2019 - JFK 50 Mile Ultramarathon Communications October 26, 2019 - Alsatia Mummer's Parade Communications October 19, 2019 - WinLink 2000 Training Class -- Seats still available (membership not required!) September 28, 2019 - Emergency Preparedness, 10A-2P 1800 UTC 9/14/19 - 0259 UTC 9/16/19: VHF Contest 9/4 Antietam Radio Association Pre-meeting Social, 5:30P 9/4 Antietam Radio Association meeting, 7P 8/31-9/2 (Sat-Mon) - Hiram Percy Maxim SPECIAL EVENT sponsored by Antietam Radio Assn!
How to get the W3HPM QSL CARD: send your report/log, QSL card, and SASE to Antietam Radio Association, PO Box 52, Hagerstown, MD 21741-0052
To honor the 150th Birthday of ARRL founder Hiram Percy Maxim, Garry Laing (W3GTL) is coordinating a special event sponsored by the Antietam Radio Association. HPM is buried in Hagerstown, MD at the Rose Hill Cemetary.
The Ft. Ritchie Triathlon in Ft. Ritchie, MD -- Sunday, Aug 4, 2019
The ARA is providing 2 meter ham radio communications support for the bicycle segment of the race. We have one position that still needs to be filled to operate along the country roads using their car mobiles or handie talkie. The ARA has assisted with communications for this event for the last few years, and I have always found it a rewarding experience, so if you have a few hours on Sunday 8/4/19 please consider volunteering a few hours of your day. Full disclosure: this event takes place at the same time of the Berryville Hamfest.
The Antietam Amateur Radio Association (ARA) of Hagerstown MD is sponsoring WinLink 2000 Training THIS SATURDAY (MAY 11), 2019. Seats are still available for both ARA and Non-Members; the updated portion of this announcement are in the details:
WinLink 2000 Training Class:
The Antietam Radio Association is sponsoring a hands-on WinLink 2000 (WL2K) Training Class this Saturday May 11, presented by ARRL Maryland-DC Section Emergency Coordinator Jim Montgomery, WB3KAS. WinLink 2000 (WL2K) combines radio and Internet connectivity to allow worldwide email-over-radio capability, with the radio transparent to the user. WL2K figures prominently in emergency and contingency communications support: