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|Yolo Amateur Radio Society (YARS) - Weekly Net
Once a week, members of YARS and other amateur radio operators are invited to participate in a net. The net convenes on Mondays beginning at 8:30 p.m. on the K6MVR repeater, 147.000 - CTCSS 136.5, located on Mt. Vaca, above Vacaville.
|Yolo Amateur Radio Society (YARS)
The Yolo Amateur Radio Society (YARS) is primarily a public service oriented club assisting with communications for many public events around the Sacramento Valley. These events include the Davis Double Century Bicycle Ride, Foxy's Fall Bike Ride, and many other local and regional events.
YARS is an ARRL affilliated club.
|ARRL Files Comments in Response to Hospital Association Seeking Blanket Waiver Radio Drills
On April 2, the ARRL filed comments regarding the blanket waiver request.
While not opposing the grant of a waiver, the ARRL urged the Commission "to carefully delineate limits on the types of communications that can be provided by employees of hospitals for accreditation purposes or otherwise pursuant thereto." The ARRL pointed out that AHA's waiver request was not "sufficiently specific to preclude any possible misunderstanding by Amateur Radio licensees (and hospital administrators) about what is permitted and what is not. The Commission's notice alleviates some, but not all of these concerns."
|Rocket Info for Schools
Nasa's providing information on space for schools
||BARK Sunday Night Net
7:30 PM B.A.R.K. Sunday night net.
||Cal Fire News
Cal Fire news on Twitter's Website
||The Tevis Cup
The Tevis Cup Ride is the founding modern-day equestrian event of its kind in the world. Today, there are hundreds of endurance riding events throughout the nation and in many countries overseas that are based upon the methods and standards originally established by this event.
||Western States Endurance Run
The Western States Endurance Run is one of the oldest ultra trail events in the world and certainly one of the most challenging.
The Run is conducted along the Western States Trail starting at Squaw Valley, California, and ending in Auburn, California, a total of 100 miles. The trail ascends from the Squaw Valley floor (elevation 6,200 feet) to Emigrant Pass (elevation 8,750 feet), a climb of 2,550 vertical feet in the first 4Ĺ miles. From the pass, following the original trails used by the gold and silver miners of the 1850ís, runners travel west, climbing another 15,540 feet and descending 22,970 feet before reaching Auburn.
Most of the trail passes through remote and rugged territory, accessible only to hikers, horses and helicopters.
Due to the remoteness and inaccessibility of the trail, the Western States Endurance Run differs substantially from other organized runs. Adequate mental and physical preparation are of utmost importance to each runner, for the mountains, although beautiful, are relentless in their challenge and unforgiving to the ill-prepared.
||A Change of Pace Foundation
Our mission is to "encourage, educate and motivate kids to inspire life-long habits towards a healthy lifestyle."
Our goal is to tackle the rise in childhood obesity and Type II Diabetes head on with exercise-oriented programs and events that are both fun and safe. It is through these efforts that we hope to show children that exercise does not have to be a chore, but rather an important, necessary and enjoyable part of daily life.
We invite you to read more about our Foundation, it's mission, programs and events.
The AMBER Ready Program protects families with children of all ages. The AMBER Ready Program enables parents to create, store and lock their children's Alert Profiles in parentís wireless phones. Should a child become missing, police can transmit the Alert Profile in minutes, instead of hours.
This was featured on KCRA 3: http://www.kcra.com/video/19757178/index.html