OH-KY-IN is an ARRL Special Service Club, serving the Cincinnati area since 1960 .....................
OH-KY-IN meets on the first Tuesday of every month, 7:30pm at 120 Washington Ave. in St. Bernard .....................
K8SCH Repeaters: 146.625 MHz (-) Withamsville, 146.670 MHz (-) Clifton, 146.925 MHz (-) Colerain Township, and 443.7625 MHz (+5) Clifton. All OH-KY-IN VHF repeaters use a 123Hz PL tone for access .....................
The Tech Talk Net meets every Wednesday at 9:00pm on the 146.670 repeater .....................
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The club's Board of Directors meets every 4th Tuesday of the month, 7:00pm in the basement of the St. Bernard City Hall. This meeting is OPEN to club members .....................
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From Our President...
First Signs of Spring
It’s finally here!!! Warm weather is starting to creep in. It looks like we survived the worst
winter we have seen in some time. With spring will come plenty of amateur radio opportunities.
For those who came out to our March meeting, Ed, K8EAF, gave us a lot of good information on being prepared. One of the foundations of our hobby is helping others in times
of disaster. However, we cannot help others if we do not prepare and protect ourselves
first. Ed gave us some great pointers and resources.
April brings us a big meeting. Our speaker will be Matt Welch, W8DEC, who will travel
from Northern Ohio to be with us. Matt is the ARRL Emergency Coordinator for the State
of Ohio. Matt will update us on ARES activity around the state. We feel honored to have
him make this journey to our corner of the state. Several of the ARRL appointees for our
area will be there as well. Please plan to attend and bring your questions regarding
ARES and emergency service.
Also at our April meeting, we want to recognize our Life Members. We have 4 amateurs
who have made the dedication to the club in the form of life membership. Please join us
in recognizing these men.
Until the next meeting, get out and enjoy the sunshine, when you can, and I hope to talk
with you on the repeaters!