Kent Amateur Radio Society
Chestertown, Maryland Kent County, USA
This year’s Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) took place at the Chestertown American Legion. The KARS EMCOMM trailer was there Saturday afternoon October 15th. KARS member Chris Cote, KE5NJ taught the Merit Badge Class and Paul Gerhardt, from the QA Radio Club, manned the HF station in the trailer. Continue Reading
KARS had a successful weekend October 1st and 2nd, providing communications at the Rock Hall Triathlon. The day started early on Saturday and ended late. Then we all came back again on Sunday to do it all over again! The event went smoothly with Jamie (KC3CUV) and Richard (K3JB) at Net Control and about 10… Continue Reading
This year the Kent County Amateur Radio Society held it’s annual field Day at the Massey Aerodrome. With more space, interesting views and fantastic weather – we all had a great time! Operating under battery, generator and solar power, the club made over 450 contacts – 240 of those were CW by Paul KC8GPR. See… Continue Reading
Bill, N3DOU, took the Emergency command trailer to the Maryland Command and Communications Rally, which was held this past Thursday, October 8, at BWI. Continue Reading
13 people, from MEMA and associated agencies, took the Technician’s License class that was held at MEMA in Reisterstown, September 29 & 30, with testing October 01, 2015. Bill Clark, N3DOU & Elizabeth Gibbs, W3HIH presented the 2 –day Tech Class. Continue Reading
KARS is a 501 C3 non-profit corporation. We regularly offer our communication services to local county public events. If you would like to participate, join our organization, or request our services, pleasecontact us.
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