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  • Field Day 2015 was a success, even if Murphy decided we didn't need a digital station. The cabin location was quite comfortable, and we were able to get the tower trailer up and the tri-band beam in action for our 4A operation. Thanks to the dedication of all the operators who spent some time working the bands; Club President Glenn (W4ULB), Thurston (W6NY), Bill (KK4AVB), Club VP Mike (KK4SSH), Mike (KA7SQD) and visitors Eddie (KD4BWW) and Betty (KD4QIC) Oliver from Claxton, GA, we ended with a little over 1200 points. And special thanks to those who came out to help set up and tear down, especially George (N4QQZ) and Ron (KI4HEQ). Time to start preparing for next year!

  • BREAKING NEWS: The monthly meeting place for CCARS has changed. Due to consolidation of Camden County First Responder assets, our long time meeting place at the Gross Road fire house is no longer available. Until further notice, CCARS meetings will be held the first Sunday of each month (unless it falls on a holiday) in the conference room of the Camden County Library, located at the corner of Hwy 40E and Gross Road in Kingsland

  • The W1KFR 444.625 repeater is now digital only. Bill has made the switch to 100% DMR Digital so analog operations and Echolink will no longer be available. The DMR network is rapidly growing in this area!

  • Please note the unusual date for the September CCARS meeting; Sunday September 13 @ 1500. Because the regular date fell on the Labor Day holiday (and Shelby Hamfest) weekend when many people go out of town, the date was changed to the weekend following.

  • New repeater! New repeater! Well, actually it is an old repeater under new management. Located at 500 feet on the Sidney Lanier bridge in Brunswick, the former N4XGI repeater is now owned by Worth, KG4PXG. It does have a pretty good reach into Camden County, so try it out. The frequency is 145.330 with a negative shift and a tone of 131.8Hz. UPDATE: Worth has setup an Echolink link (Node #8346) on the "Bridge repeater" (145.330) to activate during nets. Echolink is also working again on the "Dover Bluff repeater" (146.685 MHz Node# 8345) making it is easy to link either one to N6EMA (147.195 MHz W4ULB-L Node# 269327) as needed!

  • N6EMA (147.195) has Echolink! It is registered under W4ULB-L with a node number of 269327.

  • Weekly KB4CC net? - The date and time have changed to 1930 Monday evenings, with the first net held January 19th 2015. The net will conclude by 2015, then connect via Echolink to W1KFR to participate in the KG4PXG "Monday Night Fun Net" at 2020. Comments and suggestions for net content are appreciated. Join us next Monday!

  • 2015 HAMFEST CALENDAR - Start making plans for the next Hamfest! Check out the 2015 Event Calendar for a complete listing

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Club Activities
The planning committee is always looking for new ways to get our club members together to enjoy this great hobby. Field trips, cookouts, special event stations, JOTA, IOTA, Field Day, fox hunts, we love to do it all! You can be part of it too and now is a great time. We are busy planning new events for 2015! Click here for more information and pictures of some of our recent activities.
Join us each Saturday at 0900 for breakfast at

Hwy 40 W, Kingsland, GA (Just off I-95 Exit 3)

Be sure to check in via the
N6EMA (147.195MHz+/118.8t) repeater
so we can have a seat waiting for you!

3PM the 1st Sunday of each month

Camden County Public Library
1410 Hwy 40E (Corner of Gross Rd and Hwy 40)

Our next meeting will be:

Sunday, September 13th

- Fusion Repeater Project - CY 15 Hamfests -

Next Month:
- Club Projects -

Contact Glenn (W4ULB) for more information: E-mail

Monday 7:30-8:15 P.M.
147.195 MHz[+] [118.8]

Echolink Node #269327

Monday Night Fun Net
Monday 8:20 P.M.
146.685 MHz[-]

Local Link: N6EMA 147.195 MHz[+] [118.8]
Echolink Node #269327

Glynn County ARES Net
Thursday 8:00 P.M.
145.330 MHz[-] [131.8]

Echolink Node #8346
Click for Kingsland, Georgia Forecast

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Shelby Hamfest
Shelby, NC
5-6 September 2015

50th Melbourne Hamfest
Melbourne, FL
9-10 October 2015

Stone Mountain Hamfest
Lawrenceville, GA
7-8 November 2015

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