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BCARES 2005 Events
BCARES 2006 Events
The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES®) in Missouri provides emergency
communications to "Served Agencies" such as the Office of Emergency Management,
the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the National Weather Service,
hospitals, and others as agreed in each county. The 114 Missouri counties and
the City of Saint Louis are grouped into nine ARES® districts. Many ARES®
teams also provide communications for public service events such as marathons,
parades, bike riding events, and boat races. The FCC prohibits any Amateur
Radio Operator from accepting payment for these services.
BCARES members participate in the Gateway MS 150 Bicycle Ride on September 9-10, 2006.
BCARES members conduct digital communications training (WinLink-Airmail) over Radio Frequencies on July 8, 2006.
BCARES member Bob Clinton W0BUX mentioned in the Columbia Missourian.
3 BCARES members take our communications van to Pettis County to assista in tornato relief on March 13 2006.
BCARES members active in Weather nets on March 11 and 12 2006.
BCARES provide communications support for the Columbia Bike Club's "Froze Toes" Winter Bike Race February 26, 2006.
Boone County Storm Spotter Training Wednesday, March 8, 2006, 6:30 pm. Columbia Council Chamber, 4th Floor of the Daniel Boone Building, 701 East Broadway, Columbia, MO
The Red Cross has many Distaster Preparedness Publications.
Created February 5, 2005
Last Updated: October 5, 2006