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AMATEUR RADIO EVENTS
last updated: Sunday, June 09, 2019 21:40


The next TRO meeting

Where:  

Shiloh's Restaurant 2604 N Aspen, Broken Arrow
   
   

When:    

Tuesday, July 23rd at 1900
   

Program:  

NO Regular Meeting In JUNE.  It's time for ARRL/TRO Field Day 2019.  Kiefer Park Saturday, June 22nd.  Find Field Day in activities below for more details.
   

There are many events coming up for everyone to be involved.
To get involved with these events contact TRO President Paul Young - KE5EHM on one of our repeaters or by email at KE5EHM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone 918.637.8414.

Please use the repeaters supported by your club!
 

April through June
Oklahoma Storm Season!

 

Saturday, March 9, 2019
Annual Storm Spotters Seminar

OU Schusterman Campus

41st & Yale in the Perkins Auditorium

Starts at 0900

For more information about the Seminar, click here.

 

Saturday, March 30, 2019
Wagoner County Preparedness and Safety Expo
08:00 AM to 3:00 PM

A great public relations opportunity for ham radio and the TRO.

Contact: TRO President Paul Young - KE5EHM by email at KE5EHM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone 918.271.1435 for more information or to volunteer.

 

 

April 12 & 13, 2019
Green Country Hamfest
The TRO will be hosting a table during the Green Country Hamfest.  The TRO table will need to be manned from 4 P.M. to 9 P.M. on Friday and 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. Saturday.  If you could help at  the table an hour or two contact Doug Lee - KC5ZQM by email at KC5ZQM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone 918.510.2396.

For more information about the hamfest, click here.

 

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Camp Bandage

CANCELLED BECAUSE OF WEATHER!

Chisholm Trail South Park 4000 E New Orleans in Broken Arrow - ham radio demonstration.
 What you learn could save a life!  Emergency respond agencies.

If would like to assist contact Doug Lee - KC5ZQM by email at KC5ZQM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone him at 918.510.2396.

 

Also on Saturday, May 18, 2019

Copland Classic

The Copland Classic event requires only 4 volunteers, a net control and 3 SAG's.

This year we already have Ben Joplin - WB5VST for the net control station and 2 people for SAG's so far.  Need at least 1 more before May 18th.

If you would like to assist contact Paul Young - KE5EHM by email at KE5EHM@tulsahamrdaio.org  or telephone hm at 918.637.8414.

 

 

Monday, May 27, 2019 (Memorial Day)
Maple Ridge Run
The TRO will provide communications support for the Maple Ridge Run.
The runs begin at 0800 and are usually concluded by or before 1200.
Communications volunteers need to arrive at 0700.  You can't be late or the streets will be blocked.


We will gather starting at 7am near the start line at 26th and Owasso, look for Paul Young - KE5EHM.  Safety Briefing will be no later than 730AM.

 

Route Map: This is the last map I have received.  Actual route may be different.
 

Maple Ridge 2017 Map


Please have the 146.88 repeater programmed for your radio. Would be ideal to have all three PL tones ready. We'll use 146.55 simplex as backup.
Assignments will be made as volunteers arrive and check in at the radio command post. The command post will be at Paul Young's vehicle.
Thank you for your support!

10 or 11 operators are needed.  Mostly handy talkies for communications.
Volunteer for some fun, communications practice and some ham fellowship.

To volunteer contact Paul Young - KE5EHM by email at KE5EHM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone 918.637.8414
for more information.

 


Saturday, June 1, 2019
Tour de Cure bicycle ride
The TRO will provide communications support for the Tour de Cure bicycle ride.

 

  • What frequency? 146.880
  • What time?  Arrive at/before 0700 to help things move quickly and smoothly for all.
  • Water? Bottled water and jugs of Gatorade and water available on the route. Feel free to grab some bottles to take with you for cyclists along the route.
  • Medical? There will be first aid stations at each rest stop and of course, at the start/finish. More procedures available on day of event.
  • Weather? Rain or shine the event goes on! -- More procedures available on day of event.
  • TShirts? Fill out the quick poll on the Facebook event page to help us get you the right sizes ahead of time. Otherwise, we can true up after the event.
  • Route maps? Feel free to bring your own, use the ones we provide on the morning of the event.
  • Assignments? I'm looking for one stationary and as many mobile units as we can muster. I'll dole those out the morning of the event as folks arrive.
  • Gas? Fill up Saturday before you arrive to check in. Fill up once we clear you from the course. Give me that second receipt with your name, address, callsign and phone number. We'll get a check in the mail to you.
  • Tools/Equipment? Bring a bike rack if you have one. We'll have bike shops on the route to fix the broken things. You are welcome to bring tools to allow a cyclist to fix their own bikes - but we are NOT being asked to perform any repairs.

Thanks for your support.

 

Volunteer for some fun, communications practice and ham fellowship.
Contact: TRO President - Paul Young - KE5EHM by email at KE5EHM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone 918.637.8414
for more information.



Saturday & Sunday, June 22 & 23, 2019
ARRL Field Day 2019 -
The Tulsa Repeater Organization welcomes you to the Field Day site.

The Field Day site for 2019:  Kiefer City Park - West 151st South & the railroad tracks in Kiefer

When:  We will begin set up for Field Day around 0900 CDT Saturday morning.

We will operate two or three Field Day stations from 1300 CDT until 1800 hours CDT then tear down and go home.

 

Pizza Dinner around 5:00 or 6:00 PM. 

Bring your own drinks!  We'll have water.


Contest begins Saturday, June 22nd 1800 UTC (1300 CDT) thru Sunday, June 23rd 1800 UTC (1300 CDT).

 

The TRO Field Day will be only on Saturday until around 1800.

 

CQ..CQ..CQ...Field Day...CQ..CQ..CQ...Field Day

Field Day is an annual amateur radio exercise, sponsored by the ARRL, encouraging emergency communications preparedness among amateur radio operators. In the United States, it is typically the largest single emergency preparedness exercise in the country, with over 30,000 operators participating each year.

Saturday, September 7, 2019
Dam J.A.M. Bicycle Tour
The TRO Communications team will be in Pryor to provide support for
Dam J.A.M. September 7,
2019.

Please try to help them out if you can.

Provide communications between checkpoints of the bicycle tour over a large part of Northeastern Oklahoma.

We will also be asking Mayes County Amateur Radio Club, Rogers County Amateur Radio Club and Amateur Radio Emergency Services for volunteers for this event .

 

To volunteer to help with this event

Contact: TRO President - Paul Young - KE5EHM by email at KE5EHM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone 918.637.8414 for more information.

Click here for more detail information about the Dam J.A.M.

 

 

Friday, September 13, 2019

Cystic Fibrosis Evening Bike Ride

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Tulsa has requested ham radio assistance for a bike ride on Friday September 13th at 1730. 

To volunteer for this event

Contact: TRO President Paul Young - KE5EHM by email at KE5EHM@tulsahamradio.org or telephone 918.637.8414 for more information.

 

 

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

The TRO Holiday Party

Plans for the 2019 party are not made yet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The party of 2018 was held at Shiloh's Restaurant at 2604 North Aspen in Broken Arrow.  The 2018 party: a dirty santa game that the gifts consists of ham radio equipment you wish to get rid of.  Bring something from your junk box wrapped or something else wrapped $10.00 or less.  May be someone elses treasure, a 50/50 pot and other prizes.

 

 

 


PAST EVENTS:

09/09/2017 - Dam J.A.M. Bicycle Tour 2017

 

11/23 & 24/2013 - Route 66 Marathon

 

06/23/2012 - ARRL Field Day 2012

 

05/31/2010 - 24th Annual Maple Ridge Run 2010

 

11/22/2009 - Route 66 Marathon

 

08/01/2009 - Route 66 Quarter Marathon

 

05/25/2009 - 23rd Annual Maple Ridge Run 2009

 

05/16/2009 - Tour de Cure 2009

 

05/17/2008 - Tour de Cure 2008

 

06/23/2007 - ARRL/TRO Field Day

 

05/28/2007 - Maple Ridge Run 2007

 

06/24/2006 - ARRL Field Day

 

05/29/2006 - Maple Ridge Run 2006

 

03/17/2006 - TRO at Green Country Hamfest

 

10/01/2005 - Tulsa State Fair Parade 2005

 

08/31/2005 - Hurricane Katrina TulsaARComm/Gruber

 

08/04/2005 - Night Out Against Crime 2005

 

06/25/2005 - Field Day June 25 & 26 2005

 

05/30/2005 - Maple Ridge Run 2005

 

03/18/2005 - TRO at Green Country Hamfest

 

12/22/2004 - ARISS at Tulsa Air and Space Museum

 

10/30/2004 - Tulsa Run 2004

 

10/02/2004 - Tulsa State Fair Parade 2004

 

06/26/2004 - Field Day June 26 & 27, 2004

 

05/31/2004 - Maple Ridge Run 2004

 

10/25/2003 - Tulsa Run 2003

10/25/2003 -
Webelos Woods weekend

09/27/2003 - Tulsa State Fair Parade 2003

08/19/2003 -
Fox23 KOKI Tour    August 2003

06/28/2003 -
Field Day June 28 & 29, 2003

05/26/2003 -
Maple Ridge Run May 26, 2003

12/19/2002 -
TRO Christmas Party 2002

10/26/2002 -
Tulsa Run 2002

09/28/2002 -
Tulsa State Fair Parade 2002

09/14/2002 -
TRO 35th Annivesary Special Events Station

08/02/2002 -
National Night Out Against Crime

06/22/2002 -
Field Day 2002

05/31/2002 -
Webelos Scout Twilight Camp - May 31, 2002

05/27/2002 -
Maple Ridge Run May 27, 2002

04/13/2002 -
Bio-Hazard Disaster Drill - April 13, 2002

12/18/2001 -
TRO Christmas Party 2001

10/27/2001 -
Tulsa Run 2001

 

 

 

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