Our 2019 Simulated Emergency Test will take place on Saturday, September 28th.  This is a field deployment exercise based on a simulated “Pineapple Express” flooding scenario.  Members will be dispatched to monitor water levels at various bridges around the county and report simulated conditions via radio.

9/28/19 – 2019 Simulated Emergency Test (S.E.T.)

Date:  Saturday, September 28th, 2019
Time:  9 AM to 1 PM

Simulated Scenario:  ESF #2 “field station” support for CRESA, direct observation and monitoring of various high-risk bridges and related waterways, and reporting those observations to the CRESA EOC via amateur radio using a prototype “Bridge Spot Report” form.

This will be a field deployment exercise.  All members are encouraged to participate.

10/21/19 – General Membership Meeting

SKYWARN Spotter Training presented by the National Weather Service

This training is for new Skywarn spotters as well as a refresher for experienced spotters.  Refresher training is recommended every two years, and the last class for CCARES members was in April 2015.

Interested members of the Clark County Amateur Radio Club, as well as the general public, are invited to attend this training.

Note:  This General Membership Meeting will NOT be held in the usual location (Public Works Building B-1).  See address and map below.