ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY
(Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service)
(Amateur Radio Emergency Service)
Our Club Callsign is K2SLC Our Packet BBS is SLCEOC Our APRS Digi is K2SLC-1
Information on the mandatory Incident Command System ( ICS ) and ( NIMS ) testing for all ARES and RACES volunteers can be found if you: Click Here
The 2018 Jr. Carp Tournament
will be on August 9th - 11th, more details here when they become available.
The 2018 Jr. Carp Tournament will be on August 9th - 11th, more details here when they become available.
The FLDIGI Communications Software is rapidly becoming the standard for Emergency Digital Communications.
All members are urged to become familiar with the use of this program. Our operators at all the Hospitals and Shelters must be able to use digital communications.
Links to the software downloads can be found here:
Download the FLDIGI package and also FLWRAP and FLMSG
Our regular meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesdays of every month unless stated differently in the email reminders.
What Is St. Lawrence County RACES
The St. Lawrence County Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) is a reserve that provides the government of St. Lawrence County with a variety of professional unpaid volunteer skills, including administrative, technical and operational, for emergency tactical, administrative and logistical communications, such as with its agencies, municipalities within the County, neighboring governments and the State Emergency Management Office.
RACES mission is to operate and maintain Amateur radio communications systems and to perform unique, accurate and efficient communications services to assist government officials in the protection of life and property. RACES promotes the effective man and utilization of the Amateur Radio Operators in support of civil defense and disaster response recovery.
RACES was established by the FCC in
1952. RACES was envisioned to be a temporary service to provide
radio communication for civil defense purposes. It is administered
by local, county, and state civil defense organizations and is supported
by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as well as the FCC.
The rules that apply to RACES are in Section 97.407 of the
Commission’s Rules. All communications transmitted in RACES must
be specifically authorized by the civil defense organization for the area
served and only certain types of civil defense communications may be
Would you like to become a member of St. Lawrence County ARES - RACES and help support Emergency and Public Service communications in our county? If you would, please contact Kerry Bickford - WA2NAN for more information. email@example.com
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