Website Updated: Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
Radio Club
...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) Congratulations to Ron Blue who wrote his exam during the October 1st, 2014 club meeting
and easily passed it. Welcome to the club, Ron!
Ron has now received his callsign which is VE1BBB.
Hope to hear you on the air, Ron!

2) The second Brunch of the fall season was held at Parkview Restaurant in Oxford, NS on
Saturday, O
ctober 25th. There was a good turnout of amateurs and their guests. Thanks to
BXK, Lorne for the photos. Click HERE and scroll down to October 2014.

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.
And further
photos added from an October 22nd, 2014 visit.
Upcoming Events

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:
November 25th and December 30th.

2) The WARC November Meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 beginning
at 7 pm. Due to ongoing construction at the Fullerton County Building, the meeting location is yet to
be determined so check here later. 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. Sandwiches: VE1CHI, Jim and
Sweets: VE1SM, Peter.

3) The WARC November Brunch will be held at Patterson's Restaurant in Sackville, NB on
Saturday, November 15th, 2014 starting at 11 am. Why not consider attending this one? All are
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Two Metre Repeaters

VE1MTN/147.090 +/Moncton, NB
VE9TCR/147.345+/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)
Miscellaneous Photos
WARC 2 m Net
Linking Procedure
WARC Monday Night Two Metre
Net NC Roster: 2014-2015
It was sad to learn of the passing of Al Christie's (VE1ZS) daughter, Susan Hill. Our condolences go out
to Al, Mary and family at this difficult time. Here is the obituary from Campbell's Funeral Home in
Amherst, NS:
DTMF Board Turns on Lights at Home!

VE1GK, Glenn gave a short "Hints & Kinks" presentation during
the October club meeting regarding the DTMF board he has
through which he can use DTMF tones from an HT to turn on
lights at his home. In fact, he demonstrated this on the way home
from the meeting and I saw the flashing lights high up in Clairmont
while listening to his demo on two metres. Well done Glenn!

(Below is Glenn's photo of the DTMF Board)
Important Notice

Your WARC is looking for a club member to take over as Webmaster since VE1CHI JIm,
has resigned from this position effective the end of 2014. The job is not difficult and Jim is
offering to help get you into it and up to speed. It does require some time and it is a great
learning experience. Jim knew nothing about this position when he took over so knowing
nothing about it is not an excuse! Why not consider helping out your club by taking over the
website. If interested in this position, contact any of the club executive or Jim: