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Central Oregon Coast Amateur Radio Club

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Central Oregon Coast Amateur Radio Club is a 501(c)3 public charity and is listed as Oregon Coast Emergency Repeater, Inc. (OCERI)
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COCARC is appreciative of the generous support from the Florence community including the West Lane Community Foundation, Elks , Rotarians, the Three Rivers Foundation and the West Lane Translators. Our ongoing mission, to provide emergency communications for West Lane County.
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As a benefit of Club membership, members are offered the first opportunity to purchase items for sale. After an initial offering the items are removed from the club site and sold on Ebay. Monies generated for the club are used to support club operations and equipment purchases.Click on the Logo to the left to visit the Club's Ebay listings.
Current Events

A reminder
It's that time of year to renew your membership in the Club. Dues are still so low that you would think it was a sale price, only 25 dollars for a whole year and that includes licensed spouses or spouse, if you only have one and kids under 18. The club graciously accepts checks, cash or you can click on the Donate button above and pay by PayPal.

Annual Board meeting was held December 5th at Clawson's Wheelhouse restaurant with a large attendance of members. Elections were held for two Board Member positions that were vacant for 2019. Three members threw their names in the hat for nomination, Tom Velvin K7TMV, Peg Sorensen KA7UWR and Jay Guettler KI7UPY. It was a close race with one vote separating two candidates. New to the Board next year will be Tom and Peg. The current Board will initiate the January Board meeting and turn over the reins to the new Board at which time Board positions will be determined.

Really New posting
Items for sale Yaesu FT-990 HF Transceiver. Log into members only section and select the For Sale link

Next Portable Radio Session with Jay
This month’s Tech Group meeting will be about programming your HTs. Whether if it’s with the CHIRP program (https://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/wiki/Home) or by mirroring another SIM card. If you have a laptop, bring it to this meeting and we’ll work through how to get the needed frequencies programmed into your HT. If you have the needed programming cable for your radio, bring that as well.
Next get-together date:
Thursday, December 27 1:00-3:00pm
Location:
Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue building, 1st floor conference room, 2625 US-101, Florence https://goo.gl/maps/U1zynEZrxp82

Bring your HandyTalkies (HT) and their manuals, and your questions.

New Tech (Technical) Net being held on the Herman Peak 2-meter repeater (146.800 tone 100Hz)
Sunday afternoon’s from 4-5PM PST.
The purpose of this net is to explore and exercise ham radio technologies and techniques, especially those discussed in the monthly Tech Group.

Jay Guettler
KI7UPY
jguett@gmail.com
425-239-0609




COCARC Wednesday morning Koffee Klatch
Clawson's Wheelhouse the corner of
Highway 126 and Highway 101
Starting at 8:00 A.M.

COCARC Board Meetings are held
on the First Wednesday of each month 0930 A.M.
at the SVFR Main Fire Station, second floor.


Earthquake Info you should know

W7FLO-R Echolink connection open to
all amateur stations world wide.

Last Update 12/08/2018