The next board meeting has been scheduled for June 24, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the Boulder EOC on Airport Road. As always, members are welcome to attend.
Hello BCARES Members. National Weather Service is teaching a Weather Spotter training sponsored by the Boulder County Sheriff's Office. It will be held on Tuesday, May 6th at 18:30 in the training room at the Boulder County Sheriff’s Headquarters at 5600 Flatirons Parkway on 55th between Pearl and Arapahoe. Have your BCARES ID with you.
To register, please email Francesca Gonzales at the EOC (email@example.com) and have her put your name on the list for Weather Spotter Training. This is an opportunity to obtain your Spotter Number or get a good refresher before the upcoming severe weather season. As they say; “it isn’t a mater of IF but WHEN…”
Looking for you on the Net,
BCARES Training Co-Chair
For those who prefer Paypal over mailing a check, BCARES is now also accepting donations via Paypal. To donate, click the button below.
The 2014 BCARES Annual Meeting has been rescheduled for February 10, 2014. The agenda has been updated and is available on the BCARES website.
Due to extremely icy roads in and around Boulder, the BCARES Annual Meeting will NOT be held tonight. The board will announce a new date shortly. Please avoid driving tonight if you can, and stay safe.
The Auxiliary Communications Field Operations Guide (AUXFOG) was released earlier this month and it's a fantastic resource. You can go directly to the source (http://www.publicsafetytools.info/auxfog/start_auxfog_info.php) or simply visit the AUXFOG page here on the BCARES website.
If you are a BCARES member and have not yet received an email subscription notice for the BCARES Member distribution list, please contact any board member.
The BCARES NCS schedule has been updated and is available below:
BCARES NCS Schedule (Updated 2-Nov-2013)
BCARES' Chautauqua Park TV Repeater, W0BCR-TV, is now back on the air and fully functional, as of 10 October. Please note that the new coordinated 23cm input frequency is 1241.25 MHz, channel ATV-1. For additional details about the repeater, go to www.qrz.com and enter the call sign, W0BCR.