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All licensed operators welcome on the 146.61- repeater.
Newton, KS

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MEETING LOCATION
The Newton Amateur Radio Club meets at 7:00pm in the Newton Public Library,
the 3rd Tuesday evening of each month. The Library is located at 720 N. Oak.
All are welcome to join us.


The Weekly Sunday Night Net has joined the McPherson County ARES Net
The Net is at 8:00pm 0100UTC and is a Directed Net
Use the repeater that gives you the best signal to join the net.

These K-Link repeaters will rejoin K-Link system at the end of the net..
McPherson 444.600 PL 162.2
Newton 146.610 PL 103.5
Hillsboro 442.500 PL 162.2
Sterling 444.450 PL 162.2


Club Officers for 2017

President : Jerry Williams - KDØLWX
Vice-President : Dave Hughes - WXØDH
Secretary/Treasurer : Charles Meisinger - KØHNC
Club Trustee : Dan Inskeep - KØFNI
Repeater Trustees : Russell Groves - WXØRG, Charles Meisinger - KØHNC
Technicians : Russell Groves - WXØRG, Justin Reed - NV8Q
Control Ops : Russell Groves - WXØRG, Jeanne Groves, KSØJG, Justin Reed - NV8Q
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