Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Peter Nunn and Linda Kozlowski present certificate of appreciation to Stew Martin, center Founding member Stewart Martin retires from the Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay (EVCNB) after ten-and-a-half years of service.  Stew has been instrumental in the successes of the EVCNB, lending his skills during the many transitions, years of growth, and years of […]

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  • As the EVCNB looks towards the future, the reality of leadership change becomes a concern.  How is one to maintain contact when a leader’s e-mail changes?  In order to solve this problem, tactical e-mail addresses have been created. The list is permanently recorded on www.evcnb.org under the home page’s Special Links section, Here. Here is […]

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  • Following up on the previous post, HAMSTERS of the EVCNB demonstrated a success in their efforts to reach out to points beyond the reach of day-to-day communications.  Their first task was to send a message to the Oregon state Office of Emergency Management without using either telephones or the internet. Using ham radio only, a […]

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  • Twice each year the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) plans a disaster exercise, a Simulated Emergency Test (SET).  Each SET provides ham radio operators a chance to hone their skills providing backup communications to local public services agencies.  This year’s fall exercise occurs on November 6th from 9 am to 1 pm. Margaret Steele, KG7RQZ, […]

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