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Section Name:
Maine
Contact:
PIC Joy Lynne Foss, K1SEW
Daytime Phone:
207-948-6222
Evening Phone:
207-948-6222
Email:
k1sew@arrl.net

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Division:
New England
Description:

 

LAST UPDATE: 6/21/18

 

Exam information also available at:

 http://www.arrl.org/find-an-amateur-radio-license-exam-session

Below you will find a list of EXAM and HAMFEST DATES. We will do our best to keep this list up-to-date. Please send along any additions and corrections to Joy Lynne Foss, Public Information Coordinator at k1sew@arrl.net

 

TESTING SESSIONS

 

Saturday, June 23rd 2:00 pm Alexander Elementary School, Route 9 Alexander, at the Field Day Event. Walk-ins are Welcome Sponsor St. Croix Balley ARC Contact Jon Watts 733-4715 jwhec718@gmail.com 

 

Saturday, June 23rd 3:00 pm Northern Maine Fair Grounds, Presque Isle, Maine.  Forestry Building Walki-ins are welcome sponsor: Aroostook Amateur Radio Association Contact: Steve Sandelier N1NXU,  n1nxu@maine.rr.com
 

UP COMING TESTING SESSIONS

**Please be aware that the Current Technician Class (Element 2) question pool will only be valid until June 30, 2018

 

These are tentative dates only. Please check with the contact person before traveling to verify date, time, location and exams being offered.  Bring two forms of identification, including a photo I-D as well as the original and photocopies of all current FCC licenses and certificates of successful completion of exam. The photocopies will not be returned. Persons needing special accommodations should check with the contact person in advance of the exam date. 

 

REMINDER -- When preparing for an exam, be sure you are studying the current question pool.

*Technician Class (Element 2) question pool has been in effect since July 1, 2014, and will be valid until June 30, 2018.

**General Class (Element 3) question pool has been in effect since July 1, 2015, and will be valid until June 30, 2019. 

***Amateur Extra Class (Element 4) question pool has been in effect since July 1, 2016, and will be valid until JUNE 30, 2020. 

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 *****Web site addresses for today’s announcements are on the ARRL Maine Section Web Page as a Link for your convenience. www.arrl-me.org   *****

 

CLUB MEETINGS COMING UP

 

Androscoggin Amateur Radio Club Breakfast, Wednesday June 27th 0730 EDT at Ramada Inn in Lewiston

Greater Kennebec Valley Wireless, Caffeine, Donut, Muffin, & Marching Society - Every Wednesday, 6:00 a.m., and later at Dave's Diner, Brunswick Avenue, Gardiner.

 

VOLUNTEERS

 

 ARRL BULLETINS;

 

HAMFEST:

 

CLASSES & TRAINING:


 

FUTURE EVENETS:.

Field Day is set for June Saturday, 23rd - Sunday 24th

Field Day is ham radio's open house. Every June, more than 40,000 hams throughout North America set up temporary transmitting stations in public places to demonstrate ham radio's science, skill and service to our communities and our nation.Field Day has been an annual event since 1933, and remains the most popular event in ham radio.

Follow Field Day on Facebook and Twitter! ARRL has created a Field Day event on Facebook, and you can also join the conversation by using the hash tag #ARRLFD.

 

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National Weather Service-Caribou, Maine  

http://www.weather.gov/car/Outreach_Spotters             

National Weather   Service-Gray, Maine   https://www.weather.gov/gyx/skywarn

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 Weather Spotter Training Free and open to the public. Sessions Run  1 hr - 2 hr

 

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 ***Check out the SWAP NET on Sunday Evenings at 6:30 pm on the link system with Miriam, kc2aih as your net contol, You never know what bargins you can find.  Looking for something put it on the swap net someone just might have it. .Just listening check in anyway to let Miriam know you are there***

 

NEWCOMERS ROUND TABLE NET 

Check out a great net on every Sunday at 6:45 pm on the 147.090 W1QUI ( 100+pl)  repeater in Falmouth. New or long time hams are all welcome to join in the  newcomers round table net. Interesting topics are always discussed. Your net controller is Paul Courchene. KJ6JBH

 

The Doctor Will See You Now! 

"Taking Amateur Radio on Vacation"  is the topic of the latest  as of June 21st Listen...and learn all things technical. Email your questions to: doctor@arrl.org They just might  answer on the air. Pod Casts episodes are archived on the ARRL Website. 

The Doctor’s advice is available in book form entitled 'ARRL's Best of The Doctor is In'  Volume 1

 

SUPPORT THE ARRL THROUGH AMAZON SMILE.

Just make ARRL as your charity of choice on the Amazon web page. With every purchase you make Amazon will make a contribution to ARRL www.smile.amazon.com

 

PUBLICIZE YOUR EVENT

If you are responsible for a testing sessions, ham fest  or other events, please make sure to send your listing in as soon as you have the date and other info. All info to: Joy Lynne Foss, Public Information Coordinator

Joy Lynne Foss, K1SEW, Public Information Coordinator P.O. Box 59,  20 Leonard Lane, Burnham ME 04922 k1sew@arrl.net 207-948-6222  

Maine Officials