PSE: Resolution Run 31 Dec 13
December 18th, 2013
|December 31, 2013|
|7:00 pm||to||10:00 pm|
There’s no better way to bring in the New Year than the Beavercreek High School 5K Resolution Run!! This annual event is a GREAT TIME!! 30 plus operators are needed to provide health/safety communications and to illuminate the course with their car headlights.
The race begins at 8pm again this year with operators asked to report by 7pm. However everyone is invited to come out earlier for some pre-event festivities! Assorted food will be available in the XWARN Trailer along with some great friends. Food contributions are welcome! Come out and enjoy!
Primary Net Control will be on the 146.910 (no pl) Greene County Ares Repeater with backup on the 147.165 (100Hz pl) XWARN Repeater.
So Grab your calendar and mark down the Resolution Run & Party as your plans for New Years Eve!!
Please contact Mike Crawford KC8GLE at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help out with the run!! or if you have any questions.
Also AFTER the Resolution Run, Nancy Krodel,KC8RMT and Mike Buehler, N8XGA will be having their annual New Years Eve Party at their house and EVERYONE is invited over there for some great food and friends as well!
SPECIAL LICENSING OPPORTUNITY come take an exam or upgrade on New Years Eve.
The GREENE COUNTY VE team will give exams for technician, general and extra class licenses NEW YEARS EVE December 31st at 5:00pm.
Exams will be held in Room 1100 in the Beavercreek High School. Located at 2660 Dayton-Xenia Road, Beavercreek, Ohio 45434. Park in the WESTERN lot and enter the school through the rear doors, just south of the Football Field.
The school is Handicap accessible.
There is no fee to take the exams and Morse Code is no longer a requirement to be an Amateur Radio Operator.
Applicants need to show us a government issued photo ID (i.e. driver’s license, passport, etc).
Applicants upgrading their current amateur license need to bring the ORIGINAL of that license for us to see and a photocopy for us to file. Applicants bringing any other paperwork for credit need to bring a photocopy for us to file.
To submit results to the FCC, we must have either your Social Security Number (SSN) or FCC Registration Number (FRN). Amateur radio licenses issued within the past several years display the FRN. If you don’t have a FRN and would prefer to not provide your SSN, you may visit the FCC website at http://www.fcc.gov/uls and apply for a FRN in advance.
For Licensing questions Please contact Dave Crawford 689-6894