Sacramento Section EC Report for Year 2019

Report for:

The number after the county reflects the number of hours they have submitted during the year.

Section Manager: 0 Section EC: 128      
District 1 EC: 0 District 2 EC: 0 District 3 EC: 9 District 4 EC: 1 District 5: 0
LASSEN: 15 BUTTE: 2 SACRAMENTO: 204 NEVADA: 12 ALPINE: 284
SISKIYOU*: 0 GLENN: 67 YOLO-COLUSA: 67 SIERRA*: 0 AMADOR: 86
MODOC: 34 SHASTA/TEHAMA: 133 YUBA-SUTTER: 145 PLUMAS: 62 PLACER: 136
TRINITY: 28       EL DORADO: 22
        TAHOE BASIN*: 0

* EC position is OPEN

Section Information for FSD-96

ARRL Section: Sacramento Valley Section
Year: 2019
Total number of ARES members 357
Change since last year
(+, -, same)
13     +
Number of DECs/ECs reports this year 18
Number of ARES nets active: 59  
Number of nets with NTS liaison: 12 
Calls of DECs/ECs reporting: KA7AJQ, KJ6WYW, KK6EVX, KK6ZGB, KB6FMZ, KE6GLA, KJ6KIZ, K6ME, N5BMU, KJ6HNP, N6CKV, KI6YUK, KI6NHP, KG6SJT, KI6WAN, KJ6OCL, KK6LDS, KJ6IYM,  
   
Number of drills, tests and training sessions this year
57 
NUmber of drill Person hours 992 
Number of public service events this month
total PS Person hours 222 
Number of emergency operations this year
Totl Emergency Person Hours 21 
Total number of ARES operations this year 132 
Total Person hours 1364 
   
   
   

Comments submitted during the year :

1/2019: ALPINE, KA7AJQ, Sheila Clement: 2019 January Alpine/Douglas ARES Comment Douglas County Amateur Radio Team (DCART) members reported time for the following activities: nets, meeting, taking and giving classes, studying digital modes (FLdigi and Winlink), packet operations, working on and programming radio equipment, working with nets and radio equipment at the hospitals and Nevada Division of Emergency Management, planning for the June Pony Express Reride through Nevada (KE7NCJ), and the Tonopah NV ARES Leadership meeting (KD7NHC and N7TNX) . The ARES Connect process is in place though we are working through a lot of questions. Members should establish your accounts, sign up for events and keep me posted on how things are going. DCART welcomes new member Tom Seeley, W4FLL. We will update our membership listings within a couple of weeks. DCART does not have a web site just now. We are looking into setting up one through the County. Sheila Clement, KA7AJQ ARES Emergency Coordinator Alpine and Douglas Counties Alpine County

1/2019: AMADOR, KJ6WYW, Daniel L. Edwards: I'm really late on this one. I will try to do better this month

1/2019: EL DORADO, KE6GLA, Jay Harmor: ARES Trail for Coloma Discovery of Gold Special Event Station.

1/2019: MODOC, n5bmu, chad linden: we decided at our meeting to go from monthly meetings to bimonthly meetings and doing radio nets on the off months

1/2019: PLACER, N6CKV, Carl First: A lot of the ARES members participated in Winter Field Day

1/2019: PLUMAS, KI6YUK, DL "Larry" Trotter: MOU's signed with 2 of 3 Hospitals on the Plumas re PARC equipment on Hospital sites for EmComm (Seneca and Eastern Plumas). Having issues with PDH signing the MOU, reason unknown. Issues on Mt. Hough machine are being resolved by encoding Rx side of individual radios.

1/2019: Section EC, KG6SJT, Gregory Kruckewitt: Continued training, work on winlink templates, and public service events

1/2019: YOLO-COLUSA, KK6LDS, Doug Hollowell: Effective February 2019, the Yolo-Colusa ARES Emergency Coordinator will be Dale J. Dennis, KJ6HHY.

 


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