How are things in the Oklahoma Section?
There was a good turnout for the Ardmore hamfest. Dr. Woolweaver did a good job briefing those attending about some of the issues impacting amateur radio.
I hope you are getting ready for the Enid Hamfest. Details are at http://www.enidarc.org/enidhamfest
Doors open at 8 a.m.
There's a Military Auxiliary Radio System exercise this month. Please check with your ARES chain of command for information. The Tulsa Digital Radio Club offers this information:
“The exercise officially goes from 071200Z Nov to 102359Z Nov and is a simulation of a CME (Coronal Mass Ejection) event and geomagnetic storm. That will put the exercise from 06:00 AM Saturday, November 7th to 6 PM on Tuesday, November 10th.” http://bit.ly/1LNYhpc
Mary, KE5LTA reports she needs a number of Net Control Stations. If you can help her, please reach out by email to her ARRL.net account.
Speaking of nets, there are a number of nets in the Section. I check into some. Are you sending your net reports to Mary? It's one more way to let the Section know what is happening in your world.
Thanks for all you do for amateur radio in Oklahoma. If there's anything your Section leadership can do to help you succeed, please let us know.