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RARS Public Service

If you would like to help with a RARS Public Service Event
Please fill out and submit the form below.

Your information will be emailed to the event coordinator.
Due to recent Spam attacks we now record some tracking information including your IP address.

First Name: Last Name: Callsign:
Phone: Email:


Current Public Service Opportunities

To volunteer for a Public Service event please complete the form at the top of this page.

WELCOME TO THE 2017 HAM PUBLIC SERVICE EVENT SIGNUP
PAGE. Choose the event(s)for which you would like to volunteer and complete
the sign-up form at the top of the page... note... one form for EACH event that you are volunteering. It's also very helpful to indicate what type of assignment you're interested in.


THE 2017 LIST OF PUBLIC SERVICE EVENTS WILL BE
POSTED AS CONFIRMED - CHECK BACK FREQUENTLY FOR UPDATED INFORMATION



Events you can signup for now:


The 2017 Ham Public Service season has ended.
Thank you to all the Hams that volunteered their time this year! 15 events were on the 2017 RARS/HPSNC calenders.

The season ended with the 2017 CheetahFest in Rougemont on Oct. 28th.

An average of 10 Hams supported each event, resulting in nearly 1200 person-hours of volunteer time, not including the preperation time provided by event coordinators. From the ARRL's perspective, that's over $22.5K in contribution we've provided to these 15 events.

The 2018 Ham Public Service season starts with the Eastern Region Odyssey of the Mind Tournament on Saturday, March 3rd. Signup information for this, as well as other events will appear here starting in January.



The most versatile pieces of equipment for working as a ham volunteer during public service events are as follows:

PRIMARY EQUIPMENT
* Dual band (144/440) 25 watt (min) mobile transceiver
* A 1/2-5/8 wave well grounded dual band mobile antenna

EXTRAS THAT ARE HELPFUL
* Dual Band (144/440) hand held transceiver
* Extra set of charged batteries
* Ear phones & speaker mic or boom mic/headphone set
* Higher gain antenna than the supplied rubber duck. For example Comet BN-24 or SMA-24 or Diamond RHF40 or SRH77CA. There are also many other hi-gain HT antennas available.
Dick Bitner Benevolent Fund

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