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Clearfield County EmComm Meeting Scheduled

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On Wednesday March  15 at 7 PM a Zoom meeting event has been scheduled to discuss Emergency Communications within Clearfield County and the regions immediately surrounding Clearfield County.  Members of the Treasure Lake Amateur Radio Group, the Clearfield County Amateur Radio Club and the Philipsburg Amateur Radio Association.    We did also reach out to ….  Read More

CCARC Mentioned in Blair ARES Report

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The November issue of Blair ARES has been published and CCARC is featured with a front page article!  The article discusses CCARC’s efforts to restore the Clearfield County Emergency Management Agency’s amateur radio equipment back to operational condition.  A huge congratulations is in order for everyone involved and it’s nice to be recognized for our ….  Read More

July 2022 Blair County ARES Newsletter Published

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The July 2022 issue of Blair ARES Alert! has been published by Editor Drerw McGee KA3EJV. The Blair Ares Alert! is the newsletter of the Blair County Amateur Radio Emergency Service. Inside are articles of interest to those involved in emergency communications, or EmComm, efforts in Blair County and the surrounding area. Click here to read the ….  Read More

Progress at Clearfield EMA Facility

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On June 16th 2022 progress was made toward making the newly relocated amateur radio facilities at the Clearfield County Emergency Management Agency building operational once again.  Much work remains to be done but with the progress made today it should be realistic to see operational equipment within the next two weeks. Today the existing antenna ….  Read More

Skywarn Spotter Guide Available On-Line

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The National Weather Service has made their Skywarn “Weather Spotters Field Guide” available as an on-line resource.  Summer is here and the likelihood of increased storm activity moving through Central Pennsylvania is increased with summer weather patterns.  This is an ideal resource to re-familiarize yourself with terminology and identifying different weather events.  Amateur Radio has ….  Read More