Just in case it got lost behind all the other announcements. Same place as usual! (See sidebar at right.)
We could sure use some member pictures, member pictures of events, and maybe use the Comments section to tell us how you got into Ham Radio; to help get new folks interested in the hobby. Or we could post your story from an e-mail?…
Note: The NMARES website is gone for now. Hoping to re-establish it on wordpress.com.
Reminder: If anyone has Club News or other things you think important to the members, by all means e-mail them to KF7LTT for posting here.
Jean asked me to pass this on via the website:
From: “ARRL Members Only Web site” Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2013 11:50:49 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Communications Academy 2013 – 04/13-14/14
The Communications Academy is and has been the premier training and networking opportunity in the Pacific Northwest. The theme: “Maintaining Readiness When Nothing Bad is Happening” realistically states the job of all EMCOMM leaders. We must keep our staff motivated and interested in honing their skills and keeping constant contact with our stakeholders. Hams new and old, EMCOMM or not will enjoy and benefit by this opportunity.
The 2013 Communications Academy our 15th will be held over the weekend of April 13th & 14th and you re invited! CommAcademy will be held at South Seattle Community College and features 30+ presentations on emergency response, emergency communications, radio basics, digital emergency communications, recent major disasters, and disaster preparedness. The theme for the 2013 CommAcademy is Maintaining Readiness When Nothing Bad is Happening. Lunch for both days is provided, morning refreshments are provided, there are raffles and door prizes and exhibitors will be onsite with radios, software , clothing and lots of other accouterments for what we do!
Registration for 2013 CommAcademy will open in mid-February at www.CommAcademy.org. Please join more than 250 of your fellow emergency communicators from the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada for a weekend of learning, camaraderie and information-sharing.
I’d like to thank the dedicated and hard working staff of the Communications Academy for making this fine training opportunity available.
ARRL Western Washington Section Section Manager: Monte L Simpson, K2MLS