40 meters has not been cooperating, and 60 meters has been marginal in the afternoon. Effective August 14, the net will return to its 80 meters home at 3.932 MHz, +/- QRM. The alternate frequency will be 60 meters channel 2, with 7.232 MHz as a tertiary frequency.
Oakland County ARPSC is looking for additional volunteers to assist with the Berkley Parade of Cars and the Woodward Dream Cruise on August 19 and 20. Visit https://arpsc.com/dreamcruise for more information.
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