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Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery host weekly Ham R...
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No problem Jim. Please fill free to share any info about stuff like this for Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery on this forum as it comes up. We will also be starting a MHJC Public Relations Forum soon too to share stuff about all of the great events any things MHJC and the 4WD organizations do in our community!
 
Cory Thank You for sharing this, the topics every week vary between topics around the OHV community and general topics to help get to know our participants.
 
Just a reminder that the Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery Net on the Rocky Mountain Radio League 145.340 Repeater located in Evergreen, Colorado is every Saturday at 1900 (7:00pm). One of our main goals with this Net is to help our members, and anyone else interested in Ham Radio, improve their knowledge and skills. The topic for this week's Net will be;” What other Hobbies do you Have?".

We look forward to hearing from our licensed members as well as anyone from the Ham Radio community that wants to join in on the discussion. PLEASE remember that you are required to have a license for Ham Radio operation. If you are interested in more information, feel free to contact us at bod@co4x4rnr.org and one of our Board Members will get back to you with the information you are requesting, as well as answer any question you may have.

Our Net Controller this week will be:
Jim- KØJKU

Time: every Saturday at 7:00pm

Ways to connect to the Net:

Local via RF on the RMRL 145.340 repeater

IRLP via reflector 9618

Echolink 29618 the *FRIENDS* Conference server for those on PC or IOS devices

AllStar at 27408

For non Hams the net can be heard live streaming at:

http://www.friendshamradio.net/p/home.html

Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery
"We Recover the Rockies"
 
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