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We now have Yahoo Group configured for IARC Members. News, information, meeting reminders and special event notifications can be shared via e-mail.
You must subscribe and confirm your subscription before you will receive messages from the list. No addresses will be automatically added to the list.
Once you are subscribed and confirmed a list moderator must still approve your membership. Hopefully this will reduce the amount of SPAM messages that we receive.
2016 NCO Safe Boating & Fishing Day
The North Central Ohio Safe Boating and Fishing Da ywill be held at Pleasant Hill Lake Marina on Saturday, June 11th from 11am until 4pm. Sponsored by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District the festival is fun for the entire family.
The festival will feature free pontoon boat rides, free motorboat rides and free sailboat rides provided by the Mohican Sailing Club. Free kayak rides also will be available courtesy of Fin Feather and Fur. Safe boating displays and information also will be presented and officials from numerous organizations will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ (ODNR) Division of Wildlife will provide an area near Pleasant Hill Marina for free fishing for children, providing poles, bait and instruction. A casting contest also will be held for children ages 7 to 14.
** Please Note: We will be using 2 meter simplex for this event. The frequency will be 146.460 no PL.
Images courtesy of Dan Baker - AB8SI and Joy Baker - AC8KH
2016 Ham of the Year
On Thursday, May 5, members and guests met to honor the 2016 Ham of the Year. After dinner and fellowship, IARC President Bill Martin - N8TQ honored Harry Mains - N8XMI as the 2016 Ham of the Year.
Mr. Martin thanked Harry for his service and dedication to amateur radio. Harry is the current Treasurer of the InterCity Amateur Radio Club.
In attendance at the banquet were 13 past Hams of the Year.
“Paperless” Amateur Radio License Policy
Beginning February 17, the FCC will no longer automatically mail a printed copy of your Amateur Radio License. The Commission has maintained for some time now that the official Amateur Radio license authorization is the electronic record that exists in its Universal Licensing System (ULS). However, they have continued to mail a hard copy of the license.
Read more about the new FCC policy on the ARRL Website - Paperless License
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