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From Kimo Chun (KH7U), President, Ko'olau Amateur Radio Club:

The Ko'olau Amateur Radio Club will meet this Saturday morning.

When: Saturday, May 9, 2015  9:30 am to approximately noon
Where: Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden - Kaneohe

We shall have a short meeting then break for a few minutes and then show a DXpedition video (hopefully one you haven't seen before).

All members and interested amateur radio operators, their guests or the public are welcome.

See you there!

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Congratulations to Kimo Chun (KH7U) and Dick Flagg (AH6NM) for receiving YASME Excellence Awards! #hamradio  

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"This report is for December 2013 and January 2014. Happy Holidays and we hope your 2014 New Year will be great. Did you see the weather on the mainland? Lucky we live in Hawaii!"

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"Amateur Radio operators in Hawaii kept National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologists and local emergency operations centers up to date on changing conditions and power outages, as Tropical Storm Flossie pounded parts of Hawaii and Maui counties July 29-30 with heavy rain and lightning."

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The annual "Makani Pahili" disaster preparedness exercise is set to start on Saturday. Amateur radio operators are invited to participate and hone their message relay skills.

#hawaii   #makanipahili  

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This is a free, national event sponsored by the ARRL (American Radio Relay League, the National Organization of Radio Amateur in the U.S.). Several hundred clubs nationwide participate in this event, which serves as a practical application of emergency operations, a fun contest, and as a public service event for Amateur Radio.

For Amateur Radio operators, it is a fun get-together as well as an opportunity to polish communications skills vital in the event of an emergency.

So come out and join us, whether your and old time ham or newly licensed or just want to know more about the Amateur Radio Service, it's great opportunity to see HAMS in action.

Because of the restricted access to the area we will be in, if you are planning on attending please email if you are planning on attending. Set up will begin at about 1 pm on Friday June 21st and we will be open to the public from 8 am to 6 pm Saturday. There will be a talk in frequency up on 146.520 simplex for coordination to access the area.

#hamradio   #fieldday   #hamr  

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An extensive video report from +Gary Pearce on a beacon system on Mauna Loa, established by the late Paul Leib and now maintained by the CPARC.

#hawaii   #hamradio   #hamr  

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News from ham clubs around the Pacific in the latest ARRL section report from Bob Schneider (AH6J)!

#hawaii   #hamradio  

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Nearly two dozen people in the Aloha State got their ticket in the last two months of 2012.

#hamradio   #hawaii  

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In Hawaii, the 14th edition of SkyWarn Recognition Day will run from 2:00 p.m., Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 to 2:00 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012.

#skywarn   #hamradio   #hawaii  
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