Repeaters: 146.700- Mhz | 146.970- Mhz | 443.700+ Mhz | 445.075- Mhz | PL: 100 hz

NNYARA Mtg. Saranac Lake, NY May 8th, 10am

We have been in contact with many of the NNY clubs and radio groups here.
They have a number of issues of concern to share with every amateur in NNY.
So we decided to have this very important mtg. scheduled for May 8th,
Saturday Morning at 10am  please send representative(s) from your club
and I would like to have our NNY officers there in addition to the regular reps.
Location is the AMC – (ADK Medical Center across from Lake Colby on Rte 86.
just outside Saranac Lake as you go toward Paul Smith’s College.  AARA’s
Roland Patnode – W2WIZ has arrange to hold our mtg in the AMC board room
we look forward to seeing you there.   Meeting will begin at 10:15ish.
Thank you  for being an active participant in NNY.   All NNY amateurs are
welcome to attend!

-Thomas A Dick, KF2GC – Section Manager

Webinar: “How to use ARRL Field Day to bring attention to Amateur Radio in your area.”

The ARRL Public Relations Committee — in conjunction with the ARRL’s Atlantic Division — will host a “webinar” On Thursday, April 22 at 9 PM EDT, join ARRL Media and Public Relations Manager Allen Pitts, W1AGP, along with ARRL Field Day Manager and members of the League’s Public Relations Committee as they tell you how to use ARRL Field Day to bring attention to Amateur Radio in your area. Learn how to set up a Field Day publicity calendar, invite elected officials and dignitaries, get proclamations issued, post your Field Day event on local media outlets and community bulletin boards, get audio and video PSAs on local radio and TV stations, how to use newer social networks like Facebook and Twitter and more to draw people to your Field Day event.

Please click here to register for this informative, interactive Internet meeting.

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SKYWARN Reminder 4/22/2010 (7PM to 9PM)

I will like to remind everyone that the spring SKYWARN session has been scheduled for April the 22nd from 7pm to 9pm at the EOC room, located at the back of the Fulton Co Sheriff Dept. This SKYWARN session will be presided by a short 30 minutes Tryon ARC meeting.

Please remember to participate on the SKYWARN session you will need to register. Registration is free and open to the public. The online form is located at this address:

East Greenbush Hamfest 5/8/2010

The East Greenbush Amateur Radio Association (W2EGB) will be hosting their 7th annual hamfest on Saturday, May 8 2010 from 8 am to 1 pm for the general public; 6 am vendors setup. This is rain or shine event. The location for this event is:

East Greenbush Fire Company
68 Phillips Road, East Greenbush, NY

General Admission is $6, Pavilion $6 per table (Tables provided) and Tailgating $6 per 8 foot space.

For more information visit: or click here for the flier

K2JJI-R (EchoLink Node: 845553)

I (KC2UEZ) am proud to inform the members of Tryon ARC that we are now also available via the EchoLink node # 845553.

This will allow linking remote repeaters via internet, will allow ham radio operators across the world to talk in our repeater and also local ham radio operators to connect to remote repeaters.

For more information please visit: this link will be permanently available by clicking either on the echolink logo or the word echolink to the right.

We will be performing some fine tuning as the node gets more use, please excuse any problems that this may cause.

Update 4/25/2017: Update to reflect new node number: 845553

Looking for ways to promote the hobby.

Ever since I changed my license plate to my call sign I noticed that all the traffic lights I come across are always green, snows melts in front of my tires, cute girls wave at me and I am not sure but I think I even get better gas mileage. (Actual results may vary)

I encourage the members of the club to do the same; it is a nice way to “Promote the Hobby”. In NY it is an easy process and it takes about 2 weeks. You can do it over the phone by calling (1-518-402-4838) or on the internet by going to this address: you will need a copy of the license issued by the FCC. Of course, nothing is free and nowhere else is this more evident than here in New York. There is an initial cost for the plates of $35 and an annual plate renewal fee of $6.50 for the Ham Radio Operator plates.