PICKENS COUNTY EMERGENCY
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|Wednesday 17:00:00 |
The Motorola MTR2000 UHF on 442.400 was installed Wednesday evening, November 15th on Caesars Head. The 6 meter link is disconnected, but will be connected at a latter time when more time is available. The link to the 2 meter will be operational for the net on Tuesday.
|Wednesday 17:00:00 |
We would Like to thank the 12 members that participated in the South Carolina Gridx drill on Wednesday, November 15th with the Pickens County Emergency Management Agency (EOC) and South Carolina ARES. Pickens was one of the 6 counties that activated their EOC, and 24 South Carolina Counties participated in some fashion. I think we all learned a lot, and this will be a topic of discussion at our next monthly meeting.
|Friday 09:00:00 |
From: Jake Wimberley [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
|Saturday 21:51:00 |
SKYWARN Open House and Special Events station WX4CAE
We just received an email from Billy Irwin, K9OH (South Carolina ARES, Section Emergency Coordinator) about an announcement that he received recently from Doug Anderson, N4NWS in the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Columbia, SC about an up and coming SKYWARN event...
Click here to view the 2017 SKYWARN Recognition Day Open House Announcement (This event is not for the public, and is only for SKYWARN Spotters and/or Ham Radio Operators involved or interested in SKYWARN)
The Open House will be held in Columbia on Saturday, 02 December 2017 from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm EST. pre-registration is required.
Doug would prefer that you use this Registration form to pre-register ,
Or you can email Doug
Hydrometeorological Technician/Acting OPL
National Weather Service Forecast Office Columbia, SC
|Wednesday 08:05:38 |
An email was forwarded to me this morning that was originally from Denise Kwiatek, Director of the Pickens County Emergency Management (EOC). She provided a link to an article that was published in the Duke Energy illumination Magazine about Amateur Radio. The article also highlight's some of what we do for the Pickens County EOC and also with Duke Energy and the Oconee County EOC in the every two year graded exercise that is required by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for the Duke Energy Oconee Nuclear Station.
The article why ham radio maintains its essential appeal can be read by clicking on the link, while I figure out a way to post articles like this directly on our website.
I'm open to any suggestions...such as a new category that provides links to the original stories and/or to pages stored on our website. Lots of things to consider, such as copyrights, etc.
/s/ Bill Turner, WB4ALM
|Saturday 18:00:00 |
Work was completed today on the antenna for the DMR repeater
for internet access from Glassy Mountain.
We are now on the SC Hearts Network.
Frequencies are 442.3125 RX And 447.3125 TX.
Ron Lewis K4RDL, Eric Sloan KO4MZ, Connie Bowen N4SBQ and Mandell Rigdon WR4XM worked on the project. Pictures will be available soon on the www.wx4pg.org website Media page.
|Saturday 11:10:33 |
Don't forget to reserve some time for the South Carolina State Wide EOC exercise currently scheduled for November 15 and 16. More details to follow.
|Saturday 19:25:43 |
Edward Teagle (Ed) N4SSC became a silent key today. Receiving friends is from 5-6 Monday evening October 9, 2017 at Shady Grove Baptist Church. Memorial Service follows at 6 pm. Any one from our group that can go, please do. Our prayers are with the family. Anyone that do not know where the church is, please get in touch with Mandell.
|Tuesday 21:00:00 |
During the October Monthly meeting tonight, it was announced that the DMR repeater is now connected to the Internet and that the antennas will be permanently mounted in the near future.
|Tuesday 06:09:41 |
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|Monday 09:16:12 |
Today is 9/11 ...
Never forget September 11, 2001.
(This is a test message.)
|Friday 20:20:20 |