Put those Amateur Radio skills to work assisting with communication during this event, Tour De Foothills sponsored by Casa Colina hospital
ABOUT the Event
When a small group of avid Southern California Cyclists set out to create the Tour de Foothills, we had a clear goal in mind – Create the best ride in Southern California. Designed not only to cater to the hard core cyclist, but to the casual and sport rider as well.
Join the excitement and camaraderie of the Fun Paved Trail Ride and the Century/Metric/Half-Metric/Family Fun Rides. Whether preparing for a week-long tour or charity ride, training for a summer of competitive racing, or simply getting the family out for an organized ride, the Tour de Foothills has perfect courses and activities to offer. After a day in the saddle, stick around for Tour de Brews, featuring food, drinks, games and more.
With Bruce B. out of town and no “Elocution at Eleven” Several TCARA members will be at the HomingIn Bonelli park foxhunt. Along with the GOTAhams we will be hosting a Zoom Video conference session from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM sharing our event and having a rousing conversation!
If you are interested in attending this hybrid meeting just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a link We look forward to seeing everyone there!
Ken KC6WOK & Kathi KD6CAF will be be operating as WG6OTA at a high elevation “Mock” Command post/relay station to facilitate simplex check-ins for the “Great Shake-out” Event on 145.600 (alternate 146.580) in the inland empire covering the Pomona Valley/chino basin. Get more information on GOTAhams Events/Activities>Get involved>ShakeOut page all local Hams and any agency, Cert team, or other emergency ops group are encouraged to check-in to our simplex net.
Tri-County Amateur Radio Association is hosting a picnic during this event. It is a Family friendly day in the park with several Radio Clubs, Lots of Hams willing to “Elmer” other hams and anyone interested inn participating in transmiitter locating (Fox Hunting).
It’s been two years since HomingIn.com has held an open event at Bonelli Park, the last fox hunt GOTAhams Amateur Radio Club hosted a picnic, many folks brought their children and we had a wonderful day in the park.
Joe Moell K0OV and Marvin Johnston KE6HTS, offer “Tape Measure Yagi” kits that can be built at the event.
for more information about Radio Direction Finding visit Homing In.com