Delaware Valley Ragchew Club N2HQX
127 W. Browning Rd. Collingswood, NJ
08108

 

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January 2011

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Next Meeting: Saturday July 19, 2014  @ 10:00am

at the

Haddon Township Library - Directions


 

COME JOIN THE DVRC RAGCHEW AND TRIVIA NET

EVERY TUESDAY EVENING AT 10 PM LOCAL TIME

ON OUR REPEATER AT 448.025(-) PL 131.8


 

The DVRC Repeaters are

N2HQX / R
448.025(-) PL 131.8   Camden, NJ

147.210(+) PL 123.0   Absecon, NJ

 

You can also find us on the

PARA repeater - W3PHL/R

146.820 (-) PL 131.8 Camden, NJ

(WHEN IT'S WORKING)


 

 

The Delaware Valley Ragchew Club is an amateur radio club located in Southern New Jersey. All amateurs are welcome.

Next Meeting:  Saturday July 19th  @  10:00am  
Regular Membership Annual Dues $24 payable in January ($2.00 per month thereafter) + $6.00 initiation fee.
Family Membership (2nd person) $12 payable in January ($1.00 per month thereafter) + $6.00 initiation fee.
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DVRC meetings normally take place on the 3rd Saturday of every month at 10:00 AM at the Wm G. Rohrer Memorial Library in Haddon Township, located at Cuthbert Blvd and MacArthur Drive.

Find out what's up with the repeaters, and with everyone in the club. Stop in for some coffee and donuts. All are welcome.



Don't forget to tune in the DVRC Tuesday Night Trivia Net at 10:00 PM.

Check in on our repeater at 448.025 mHz (-) PL 131.8

 

 

 

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The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) consists of licensed amateurs who have voluntarily registered themselves and equipment for emergency communications duty when disaster strikes.
Southern New Jersey Amateur Radio Emergency Communications

(repaired link 8/1/12)

Become a Storm Spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn program. Observe and reporting adverse weather conditions to promote public safety and minimize property damage.
Sky Warn WX2PHI

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