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Open Positions
Posted by ke0na on: Wednesday 02 October @ 20:07:51
 
Help Wanted



The club is in need of volunteers to fill several open positions:



  • Info-Net Coordinator (Filled - Brett N0BAK)
  • Net Control 1st Tuesday (Filled - Brett N0BAK)
  • Net Control 4th Tuesday (Filled - Mark KC0ITP)
  • Net Control 5th Tuesday (Filled - Brett N0BAK)
  • Newsletter Editor (Filled - Walt KD0XT)
Please contact any club officer or board member if you would like to help out - Thanks!




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MS Society Needs Radio Operators
Posted by w0kf on: Wednesday 08 April @ 14:41:21
 
Help Wanted Radio communications volunteers are requested to assist with the 2009 BikeMS bicycle rides, there are 3 different events. The Twin Cities Ride is a one day tour on Saturday, May 9th starting and ending at Maplewood Community Center. The MS150 is on Saturday June 13 and Sunday June14, the route is from Duluth to the Twin Cities with an overnight in Hinckley. The third tour is the MS TRAM, a week long tour July 27-31 from Ortonville to Welch. Please visit the MS Society website at http://www.mssociety.org for further event details.

Radio operators are needed to help support the tours. We are seeking riders and volunteers in all capacities to support these events. Amateur radio operators are requested to help with communications in rest stops, first aid stations, intersections, support vehicles and other positions, as well as for the promotion of amateur radio. Please visit our radio communications volunteer’s website at http://www.ms-scram.org for more details.

ARES members, these are excellent opportunities to brush up on your skills and dust off your emergency equipment as these are field operations. These are events that really can test you and your communications equipment under disaster type situations.

If interested in participating as a rider or volunteer, please contact the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Minnesota Chapter at (612) 335-7900 or 1-800-FIGHT-MS. Please let them know you are an amateur radio operator.

Thank you,
Dean Blosberg, N0HOY
e-mail: N0HOY at ARRL.net
651-481-1513
http://www.ms-scram.org

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Repeater Users, Pleas Help!
Posted by w0kf on: Tuesday 25 July @ 14:55:38
 
Help Wanted As many of you know, this Thursday through Saturday is the Central States VHF Society Conference at the Ramada Mall of America Hotel (Thunderbird). We are expecting 100-150 out of town visitors for this event and the TCRC's 147.21 repeater will serve as a general direction and talk-in repeater for these guests.

Carry on your normal use of the 147.21, but try to leave a slightly longer gap between transmissions so any lost visitors can break in and ask directions.

Registration begins at noon on Thursday so anytime from Wednesday evening onward you may expect to find visitors on our repeater. I suspect mostly the request will be directions to the Thunderbird, which is located at the 24th street exit off I494.

Please give these Hams a warm Twin Cities welcome and try to answer any questions that may come up. Thank you for your cooperation.

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MS Tram Bike Tour
Posted by w0kf on: Friday 21 July @ 00:12:37
 
Help Wanted It is time to sign up for your position in the 2006 MS TRAM bicycle tour traveling through Minnesota's southeastern border. Enjoy up to five nights of great small-town hospitality and "Minnesota nice" at La Crescent, Lanesboro, Winona, Wabasha, and River Falls. The ride is July 2328, 2006.

Amateur radio operators are needed to help support the tour. They are seeking riders and volunteers in all capacities to support this event. Amateur radio operators are requested to help in rest stops, first aid stations, intersections, support vehicles and other positions, as well as for the promotion of amateur radio.

You can volunteer from a half day to the whole week; non-licensed people can also help.

Want to know more? Visit the MS web site at www.mssociety.org. Click on MS Bike Tour.

Or for further event details and to learn more about Multiple Sclerosis, visit the MS Society website at: www.nationalmssociety.org.

If interested in participating as a rider, you can contact the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Minnesota Chapter at (612) 335-7900 or 1-800-FIGHT-MS. Let them know if you are an amateur radio operator.

July 2328, 2006 (Sun - Fri)
Location: starting at La Crescent
6:30am - (approx) 5:00pm (Mon - Fri)


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Bike-A-Cross needs Hams!!!
Posted by w0kf on: Monday 02 May @ 23:05:14
 
Help Wanted Hams Needed!!! For communications for the St. Paul Chapter of the American Red Cross's Bike tour, Bike-A-Cross. It looks like they only need about 5-6 stationary operators, plus as many bike operators as possible. Our primary role would be to provide communications for their EMS Teams at each Pit stop.

If you can help, please let Neil Dolan, KCQEL, know.

The Bike-A-Cross is scheduled for May 22, 2005 - see the calendar for more details.




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Minnesota MS Society Needs Hams!
Posted by w0kf on: Sunday 06 March @ 18:49:34
 
Help Wanted Minnesota MS Society Bike Tour


Amateur radio operators are needed to help support bicycle tours to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Minnesota Chapter. We are seeking riders and volunteers in all capacities to support these 3 events.

Amateur radio operators are needed to help in the coordination between rest stops, first aid stations, and support vehicles. The dates for the 3 events assistance is requested are the following:

MS 60/30 - May 7, 2005
MS 150 - June 10-12, 2005
MS TRAM - July 24-29, 2005

For further event details visit the MS Society website at:www.mssociety.org

If interested in participating as a rider or volunteer, please contact the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Minnesota Chapter at (612)335-7900 or 1-800-FIGHT-MS Ask for Lisa or Teri.
Please let them know you are an amateur radio operator.

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Aquatennial Support Needed
Posted by w0kf on: Monday 12 July @ 22:31:41
 
Help Wanted Duane, KBHN, needs help this Saturday (7-17-04) and next Wednesday (7-21-04) evening with communications for the Aquatennial.

Help is needed for the Grand Day Parade on Saturday the 17th and for the Torchlight Parade on Wednesday evening the 21st. All you need is a 2 meter handheld and about 3 hours of battery life.

If you can help either Saturday or Wednesday evening (or both)contact Duane at 952-894-6480 or email click here.

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Newsletter Article
Posted by Anonymous on: Thursday 13 March @ 11:06:38
 
Help Wanted Articles for the newsletter are wanted. Please send your submissions to newsletter@tcrc.org. We expect to have a newsletter out before the next membership meeting.

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