|Website Updated: Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
|...with members from Westmorland County, New Brunswick & Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada.
|Every Monday night except in July and August, volunteer club members of the WARC conduct the
WARC Weekly Net at 8 pm on various linked repeaters. Why not listen and check in?
Storm Watch: If the WX looks inclement for a WARC meeting night, then listen to the VE1WRC Repeater
(147.285+ MHz) during the day for a recorded message regarding its status.
1) "The Tantramar", our WARC Newsletter for September 2014, is now on the website HERE.
2) The minutes from the May and June 2014 Meetings have now been submitted to me and you
can find them here: May 2014 Meeting Minutes June 2014 Meeting Minutes
3) Recent VE1BHS repeater work photos from Lorne, VE1BXK and Brad, VE1ZX are HERE. The
work took place on 27th July 2014. Additional photos added on August 7th, 2014.
4) Passing of the Torch at the Cumberland County EMO Office:
5) The WARC Meeting and Year-End BBQ took place on Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 at the E.D.
Fullerton Building meeting room starting at 6:30 pm. Lorne, VE1BXK submitted some photos and
these and a short report are HERE. Thanks Lorne.
6) The DownEast Fleamarket was held on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 in Halifax. There is a
writeup with photos on the Old Timers Club website with some familiar faces. Here is the link:
1) Exercise "Handshake" - an ongoing exercise held on various repeaters and held monthly on the
last Tuesday of every month starting at 7 pm in 2014: September 30th, October 28th,
November 25th, and December 30th.
2) The first Brunch of the fall season will be held at Patterson's Restaurant in Sackville, NB on
Saturday, September 13th. starting at 11 am. It would be good to see a lot of hungry
amateurs and spouses in attendance. Everyone is welcome to attend.
3) Moncton Area ARC Flea Market: Saturday, September 20, 2014
Riverview Lions Club, 701 Coverdale Road, Riverview, NB Vendors: 8:00 AM,
General Admission: 10:00AM Admission $5.00 per person. Tables: No charge.
Contact: Charles Levasseur, VE9CEL <email@example.com> Talk in: 147.090 + MHz.
4) The WARC October Meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 beginning at 7
pm at the E.D. Fullerton County Building in Amherst, NS. If you didn't pay your dues at the
September meeting, now would be a good time. Hope to see a good turnout. All are welcome.
5) The Greenwood Fleamarket will be held on the 18th of October 2014.
GREENWOOD AMATEUR RADIO CLUB 26th ANNUAL FLEA MARKET 2014
All sorts of Amateur Radio, Computer and Electronics for sale. Sell your old stuff or buy some
new old stuff.
Date: 18 OCT 2014 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00AM – 1:00PM (Open 8:00AM To Sellers)
Place: Greenwood Community Centre, Church Street, Greenwood, Nova Scotia
Cost: Admission $4.00. Tables Free To Sellers
GPS Coordinates: N44° 58.512’ W064° 55.612’
Talk In: VE1WN 147.240+
A BBQ Lunch will be available. There will be various door prizes given out throughout the event
with one big door prize at the end.
To Book Tables Contact: Carol VE1ICY at firstname.lastname@example.org To Obtain Further Info
Contact: Al Penney VO1NO at email@example.com
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Two Metre Repeaters
VE1MTN/147.090 +/Moncton, NB
VE9SBR/147.225 +/Shediac, NB
VE9SKV/145.230 -/Sackville, NB
VY2PEI/145.150 -/Cavendish, PE
VE1CRA/146.670 -/Charlottetown, PE
VE1UHF/146.715 -/Glen Valley, PE
VE1CFR/146.850 -/Summerside, PE
VE1WRC/147.285 +/Amherst, NS
VE1BHS/145.350 -/Sugarloaf, NS
VE1SPR/147.000 -/Springhill, NS
VE1SPH/146.805 -/Springhill, NS
VE1PAR/145.470 -/Parrsboro, NS
VE1NET/146.745 -/Parrsboro, NS
VE1HAR/147.135 +/Truro, NS
For complete repeater info click this link:
(Thanks to Ron, VE1AIC)
|Amherst YMCA Cross Border Race
On Saturday June 21st beginning at 8:30am, the WestCumb Amateur Radio
Club participated in the annual YMCA Cross Border Race from Mt. Whatley
New Brunswick across the Tantramar Marsh into Amherst Nova
Scotia. Besides the annual 10K run there is now a half marathon during the
day. The club has been asked each year to provide communications at start /
finish lines and all water stations along the course. The club also has one
member (Mike VE1MY) who participates each year and walks behind the last
walker on the course to make sure no one is left behind and completes the
course along side that person.
The club also supplies information during the race to Tantramar Community
Radio 107.9FM via their amateur radio station VE1TCR to send out reports of
the race to the community.
There were a total of 63 messages passed during the races which began at
8:30 am and finished just after 11am.
Eight amateurs took part this year including (Left to Right)
Jim Langille VE1JBL, Peter Hebb VE1SM, Bob Tuttle VE1DR, Ron VE1BIC,
Mike VE1XDT, Kevin VE1KEV, Mike VE1MY and Bob VE1EDP.
(See photo below.)
(Credit note and photo to VE1JBL, Jim)