KM1NDY Featured on Pittsfield Community TV, WTBR-FM, October 13, 2021

Mindy Hull,  KM1NDY, South Boston, will be the featured guest on Ham On!, simulcast on Pittsfield Community Television and WTBR-FM 89.7 on October 13, 2021 at 9 AM.  The early morning program is produced and moderated by Western MA Assistant Section Traffic Manager Peter Mattice, KD2JKV.
Mindy will speak on a wide variety of topics including: Summits On The Air (SOTA); Parks On The Air (POTA); her work with New England Sci-Tech in Natick, MA; and operating in Winter Field Day. 
The show will also be available as a podcast.

Trans-Atlantic Celebration 1BCG / 2ZE, November 13-14, 2021

Charlie Morrison, N1RR, writes on the YCCC mailing list:

If you haven’t read about the planned events to celebrate the 1921 successful Trans-Atlantic tests here’s some links. In addition to the special event stations, a 160M operating event (RCA Transatlantic QSO Party) has been announced for the weekend between the two Sweepstakes. Get your 160M antenna ready and don’t miss it !!

*Radio Club of America (RCA) Transatlantic QSO Party <>, 1200 UTC on November 13 to 0400 UTC November 14, 2021 (16 hours total).

-Charlie N1RR

Central NH ARC Provided Communications for NH Marathon, Half Marathon, & 10K, Bristol, NH, October 2, 2021

From Central NH ARC Facebook page:

Members of the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club provided communications support for the 2021 New Hampshire Marathon, Half Marathon, & 10K on Saturday, October 2, 2021 in Bristol. 

According to the event web site: “The race takes runners along the roads that lead out from and back into Bristol around the shoreline of Newfound Lake, the 4,106-acre lake that has helped make this small town a popular spot for summertime outdoors recreation, for swimming, boating and fishing on the lake to hiking and camping in the hills and mountains that surround its 22 miles of shoreline — the town’s population typically doubles in the summer, city officials say, from its usual 3,300 residents to more than 6,500 in the peak vacation months.”


Fox Hunt in Wallingford, CT, October 3, 2021

Dave Tipping, NZ1J, writes on the ctfoxhunter list on October 2, 2021:

We’ll have a live Fox Hunt on Sunday in Wallingford from 9:30 am until 11:00 am.

We’ll be using these three frequencies: 

There will be a 1 watt signal continuously on 146.565 MHz.  It will make a short beep every three seconds and will ID in Morse code every minute.

The 10 mW transmitter is on 147.475 MHz and will beep every three seconds and will ID in Morse Code every minute.

The 1mW transmitter is on 146.290 MHz and beeps every three seconds.

There is no central starting location.  Other Fox Hunters can be contacted on the W1NRG repeater 147.360 with PL 162.2

Good luck.

Dave NZ1J