Ham Radio Youth Net Every Saturday at 21:00 GMT

Ryan, K3SFG, asked us to pass this along to our readers:

CQ young hams…CQ young hams…

The Youth Net takes place every Saturday @ 2 pm (CA Time, PDST)

It is on the N6NFI Repeater, 145.230 -100. Young hams, 18 or younger, can also check-in through Echolink, using KR6DD-R (271122) or N6WN-R (477737).

Please help us get the word out, and if you have any questions, suggestion, etc., please contact K3SFG at [email protected].

Note: Only hams 18 and younger can check-in to this net. Unlicensed youth can check-in under the supervision of a control operator.

Please visit http://www.sbara.org/index.html and click on Youth Group in the left side bar.

Thanks and 73!

– Ryan, K3SFG

Matt Thomas, W1MST, is the managing editor of AmateurRadio.com. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “Ham Radio Youth Net Every Saturday at 21:00 GMT”

  • Ryan, K3SFG:

    K6OJ-R is also now one of the nodes in use.

    The node may be one of the three, but they will still be connected to N6NFI.

    Thanks and 73!

    – Ryan, K3SFG

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