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This year marks the 18th year of this great radio event. Originally started by the Northern Arizona DX Association, it was a way to allow amateur radio operators a fun way to “Relive the Ride.” They also can relive their own memories of Route 66, and get to celebrate the highway’s rich history in making the U.S. what it is today.

Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club (CBARC) in San Bernardino, CA took over the event a couple years later and has grown into one of the best special amateur radio events each year.

Amateur radio clubs using special 1×1 callsigns operate from cities on or near the route from coast to coast. Hundreds of operators worldwide aim to contact as many radio operators as possible who would like to take part in this annual event.

More details on the Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club website:  http://w6jbt.org/?page_id=15

 

 

Upcoming Club Events

20 Oct 2017
Jamboree On The Air - 60th Anniversary
21 Oct 2017
08:00AM -
Monthly Meeting
22 Oct 2017
07:00PM - 08:00PM
ARES Net
31 Oct 2017
08:00AM - 05:00PM
Goblin Patrol

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Sunday Night Net:
Time: 7 pm  Local.
Repeater : WA9RDF
146.835 w/151.4 PL
(Backup Repeater
443.525 w/151.4 PL)

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MIDSTATE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB   P.O. BOX 836   FRANKLIN, INDIANA 46131

 

Founded in 1984.  MARC is an ARRL Affiliated Club.

 

ARRL Central Division, Indiana Section  http://www.inarrl.org/

 

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