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  • 09/12/2020 | Route 66 On The Air

    Sep 12-Sep 20, 0000Z-2359Z, W6JBT, San Bernardino, CA. Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club. 3.866 7.266 14.266 28.466. Certificate & QSL. Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club, PO Box 3788, San Bernardino, CA 92413. The Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club of San Bernardino, California will host the 21st annual Route 66 On The Air special event, September 12–20. The event offers radio amateurs a chance to perhaps relive their own Route 66 memories and to celebrate the famed highway’s rich history. Opened in 1926, US Route 66 was the first major improved highway to link the West Coast with the nation’s heartland; it once served as the backdrop for a popular TV show and has been the subject of songs and stories. There will be 21 stations — two of them “rovers” — operating in or around the major cities along Route 66 from Santa Monica, California to Chicago, Illinois. They will use 1 × 1 W6-prefix special event call signs. The Route 66 special event stations will concentrate activity on these frequencies: CW — 3.533, 7.033, 10.110, 14.033, 18.080, 21.033, 24.900, 28.033, and 50.033 MH; SSB — 3.866, 7.266, 14.266, 18.164, 21.366, 24.966, 28.466, and 50.166 MHz; Digital — 3.580, 7.070, 10.140, 14.070, 18.100, 21.070, 24.920, and 28.120 MHz. Some participating clubs will also use their local VHF and UHF repeaters. Radio amateurs who operate while driving on Route 66 may take part in the event by using the designations “mobile 66” or “/66” after their call signs. Each participating club will issue its own commemorative QSL card to celebrate this event. Certificates and other items are available. See for event rules and information

  • 09/12/2020 | Route 66 On the Air

    Sep 12-Sep 20, 0000Z-2359Z, W6L, Tulsa, OK. Tulsa Amateur Radio Club. 14.266. QSL. Tulsa Amateur Radio Club, PO Box 4283, Tulsa, OK 74159. Route 66 On the Air is organized by the Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club; see for list of participating stations.

  • 09/12/2020 | USS Midway Museum Ship Special Event: Commisioning of the USS MIdway September 1945

    Sep 12, 1600Z-2300Z, NI6IW, San Diego, CA. USS Midway (CV-41) Museum Ship. 14.320 7.250 14.070 (PSK31) D-STAR on various reflectors. QSL. USS Midway Museum Ship (COMEDTRA), 910 N Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101.

  • 09/16/2020 | National Football League Centennial Celebration

    Sep 16-Sep 18, 0000Z-0000Z, W8AL, Canton, OH. Canton Amateur Radio Club. 14.300 14.030 7.250 7.030 3.950 3.530; watch for FT8 as well; BM DMR 313989. Certificate. Canton ARC - W8AL, C/O: Justin W8JKC, PO Box 8673, Canton, OH 44711-8673.

  • 09/16/2020 | The Saving of the Liberty Bell

    Sep 16-Sep 25, 0400Z-2359Z, W3L, Harleysville, PA. WV2M. 14.074 14.030 7.074 7.030; modes are SSB, CW and FT8. Primary Mode will be FT8. QSL. Frank Gallo, 106 Tweed Way, Harleysville, PA 19438.

  • 09/18/2020 | Silver State Classic Challenge

    Sep 18-Sep 20, 0101Z-0101Z, NV7V, Las Vegas, NV. Clark County NV ARES. 147.18 145.22 145.24 446.60. Certificate. Tim, Duerson, 3719 Robin Knot Court, North Las Vegas, NV 89084. 40 hams providing safety communication for a non-profit and Guinness Book of records certified world's fastest race on a public highway and individual HF radio recreation overnight. or

  • 09/19/2020 | Clay County Pioneer Day Henrietta Texas

    Sep 19-Sep 20, 0800Z-0800Z, KF5DFD, Henrietta, TX. Clay County AMateur Radio Club. 14.255 7.255. Certificate. Michael B Boydston, 103 N. Crockett, Henrietta, TX 76365. The gathering of old-time residents of Clay County was called for August 19, 1932, at 3 p.m. by a group of local club women. The Clay County Pioneer Association was organized at this meeting. Committees were appointed to formulate it's Constitution and By-Laws, and to arrange for its First Reunion October 28, 1932. Check in to the net and learn more about the interesting history of Clay County Texas.

  • 09/19/2020 | Wisconsin Parks On The Air

    Sep 19, 1100Z-2300Z, W9ZL, Appleton, WI. Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club. 21.350 14.260 7.220 3.850. Certificate. Kenneth Ross, P.O. Box 2346, Appleton, WI 54912. The Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club (FCARC) is pleased to support the Wisconsin Parks on the Air (WIPOTA) operating contest. This contest is to promote public awareness of ham radio within Wisconsin’s beautiful state park system.