The ARRL has mailed ballots to all members for return mail and I recieved mine today.
There are three candidates to choose from.
Please read the inside literature carefully before you mail the ballot and make sure to put a first class stamp on the envelope before you mail it.
Good luck to all three prospects.
Your vote counts !
As of yesterday, the net took in 17 checkins from the Md. WV. Va. Pa. Region.
Thanks to Tim, KD8QOR and all of our net controls, for performing an excellent net, which is encouraging more listening hams to check in .
PLEASE BRING A RADIOGRAM TO THE NET !
ITS EASY TO MAKE ONE AND IT’S FUN TO SEND IT.
EPTN Net Manager
Greetings fellow net members and curious Georges out there.
The net now has 7 day a week coverage, with the addition today of Dave, KC3SSX , of Hagerstown, Md. We now have a full roster of net controls for the first time ever since the net was re-activated in 2013.
“It certainly is a moment” commented Bob Rice, KG4RRN, the net manager.
“Just thinking about all of the logistical work it took to run the net, how much better we have to make it.”
So thanks to all of the net controls for sticking with the net ,and Rousseau and Tony, for helping us make our presence known.
We are now averaging 10 checkins daily….
Appreciate all the support from the regional ham community.
No net can exist without it !
Bob Rice, KG4RRN/8
Net Manager, EPTN
An ARRL Affiliated West Virginia VHF Net, supporting NTS message handling daily, on the 147.255+ PL 123.0 WB8YZV repeater.
Net Manager – Bob Rice, KG4RRN
Assistant Net Manager-
Rousseau Richards, KC4RCR
HF Traffic Manager – Rob Barry, KD8YWF
Greeting fellow Amateurs, and Welcome to our Net
We meet 7 nights a week at 6:45PM, to pass formal written traffic as a public service into and out of the local area of Morgan, Berkeley, and Jefferson counties, in West Virginia.
Please contact me at email@example.com if you would like to volunteer to be a Net Control.
The EPTN supports several other nets and liaison with the West Virginia Phone Net. (HF) and the ARES nets on VHF and UHF.
Please join us to learn how to be a net control, or try your hand at making or delivering message traffic. It is a great way to learn how it has been done, for over 50 years, and it is still relevant today 73⤵
We always are looking for aspiring hams to assist us with net control and will train you to be a net control. Please contact any net control or the net manager or asst net manager on the repeater or qrz.com email address.