Spring Meeting and Election

In accordance with the bylaws below – and as agreed to by the Executive committee.

I am mailing this on behalf of the current Chairman of the CCARC and CCARC Executive Committee…

SECTION 4. Nominations. Nominations are solicited by the Nomination Committee (Article X Section 1) and submitted to the Executive Committee who shall consider the recommendations and shall notify the Council of its nominations at least 21 days prior to the Spring regular meeting.

We are placing into nomination the following people for the positions that are up for election at the April 23rd meeting…

Chairman:

  • John Maxwell W0VG
  • Doug Nielsen N7LEM

Secretary:

  • Emit Hurdelbrink W0UAW

Frequency Coordinator:

  • Tracy Helmhold KI0HC

73 Wayne N0POH

Spring 2022 Meeting, April 23, 2022 from 1-4 PM

Virtual Zoom Meeting

Dear CCARC Delegates,

I hope this finds you all safe and healthy.

It is time again for another CCARC meeting. At the last meeting there was
vast agreement to continue on-line meetings. This meeting will be held via
Zoom. You will be able to join with video from your computer, tablet, or
smart phone. You can also dial in from any phone for an audio only
connection.

The meeting will start at 1 pm and will be finished by 4 pm.

Our business meeting agenda will address several topics for CCARC and
Colorado Amateur Radio in general. Please see the agenda for a summary.

Please remember that you must be the registered primary or alternate
delegate (or a written proxy) and dues need to be current to vote on
formal business at any CCARC meeting. The status of your membership can be
checked on-line at http://www.ccarc.net. Your club’s current registered
delegate information can also be obtained from the website.

As always, our meeting is open to any club or individual regardless of
CCARC membership status. We will always welcome a new potential member.
Please spread the word and invite a friend or neighboring club officer! I
look forward to seeing or at least hearing from all of you on the 23rd.

73,
Douglas Nielsen, N7LEM
Chairman

Fall 2021 Meeting: October 23rd

Dear CCARC Delegates,

I hope this finds you all safe and healthy.

It is time again for another CCARC meeting. Since the at the last meeting there was vast agreement to continue on-line meetings, this meeting will be held via Zoom. You will be able to join with video from your computer, tablet, or smart phone. You can also dial in from any phone for an audio only connection.

The meeting will start at 1pm and will be finished by 4pm.

Our business meeting agenda will address several topics for CCARC and Colorado Amateur Radio in general. Please see the agenda for a summary.

Please remember that you must be the registered primary or alternate delegate (or a written proxy) and dues need to be current to vote on formal business at any CCARC meeting. The status of your membership can be checked on-line at https://www.ccarc.net/wordpress. Your club’s current registered delegate information can also be obtained from the website .

As always, our meeting is open to any club or individual regardless of CCARC membership status. We will always welcome a new potential member. Please spread the word and invite a friend or neighboring club officer! I look forward to seeing or at least hearing from all of you on the 23rd.

73,

Douglas Nielsen, N7LEM
Chairman

Spring 2021 Meeting Agenda

The CCARC Spring Meeting is coming up on Saturday, May 1, 2021 from 1-4 PM. This meeting will again be held via Zoom video-conferencing. The full agenda and Zoom link are available through the mailing list.

As always, our meeting is open to any club or individual regardless of CCARC membership status. We will always welcome a new potential member. If you wish to attend see your club delegate to get the information or contact the chairman above.

All Coordinations Are Now Due

All existing CCARC coordinations in the State of Colorado are now due for update.

The Coordination Tool is functional and working. If you have NOT received an email from fcadmin@ccarc.net, it’s likely that your email may be wrong. If you have checked your spam folder and whitelisted fcadmin@ccarc.net, we suggest contacting the Frequency Coordinator to update your information.

He can be reached under Frequency Coordination in the menu above.

2m and 70cm Band Full in Denver

As of the middle of July 2016, the both the 2m and now 70cm band in the front range from Wyoming to New Mexico is officially full and there are no more wideband pairs available. Anyone wishing to coordinate analog repeaters in the area will be asked if they wish to be waitlisted for coordination. The wait time for coordinations on 2 meters is likely 5+ years. The UHF waitlist will be similar, but likely shorter as the restrictions for UHF coordinations are easier.

We apologize for the delay in processing coordinations, but it was inevitable that the bands would fill up. Any other band is wide open at this point for coordinations, consider using a different frequency.

TRACY HELMHOLD, KI0HC
Colorado Frequency Coordinator