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Solar News

National Parks on the Air

This weekend (Aug 25-28) Fort Vancouver is having free admission. Clark County Amateur Radio club will be active from Fort Vancouver.

FREQUENCIES
c. HF/SSB:
(1.) 20M – 14.250, 14.260., 14.280, 14.325, and 14.335
(2.) 40M – 7.180, .220, and .246
(3.) 17M – 18.120 to 18.140
d. HF/Digital:
Band PSK-31 RTTY
160M 1.807
1.800 – 1.810
80M
3.58015
3580 – 3600
40M
7.08015
7025-7050/7080 – 7100
30M
10.14215
10120 – 10150
20M
14.07015
14080 – 14100
17M
18.10015
18100 – 18110
15M
21.08015
21080 – 21100
12M
24.92015
24910 – 24930
10M
28.12015
28080 – 28100
e. VHF/UHF Local – 146.58MHz simplex

 

(100) years of the
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
August 27 2016

August 25 – 27, 2016
The four sites that make up the national park:

Reconstructed Fort Vancouver, Vancouver Barracks, Pearson Air Museum, 
and the McLoughlin House in Oregon City, Oregon.
1. The entrance fees (WAIVE) for the three days! 
2. All 412 National Park Service will observe the Centennial.
3. On August 27 from 9 am to 5 pm, costumed historical reenactors will
offer interactive historic demonstrations inside the reconstructed Fort
Vancouver. On the Vancouver Barracks Parade Ground, visitors can learn
about the site’s military history at historic weapons demonstrations
taking place at 10 am, 1 pm, and 3 pm. In the Great Meadow, across from
Pearson Air Museum, reenactors from the 1st Oregon Volunteer Cavalry
will represent the site’s Civil War-era history.
4. At 10 am, an opening ceremony will unveil a new permanent exhibit at
Pearson Air Museum: an Airco 1919 DH-4B Liberty Plane restored by
Century Aviation of Wenatchee, Washington. Visitors will learn how DH-4
Liberty Planes are linked with the history of Pearson Field. The
Vancouver Community Concert Band will perform historic songs for this
event.
5. The entrance fees (WAIVE) for the three days!
6. At the park’s Visitor Center, a time capsule, will be sealed at 1
pm.
7. At the McLoughlin House in Oregon City, tours of the historic home
take place every hour from 10:15 am to 3:15 pm.
8. From August 25-27, in the Great Meadow section of the park opposite
the reconstructed Fort Vancouver, the Clark County Amateur Radio Club
will have on display and be transmitting live HAM radio, as part of the
“National Parks on the Air” campaign in cooperation with the
“ARRL” Amateur Radio Relay League.
The public is encouraged and invited to come over and listen and learn
about HAM radio.
9. The entrance fees (WAIVE) for the three days!

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