Welcome to the K5EOK
Edmond Amateur Radio Society
Formed in 1957, the Edmond Amateur Radio Society is a full-service amateur
radio club. We assist our community with emergency and
weather nets, as well as parade staging and communication. We
conduct licensing classes and technical workshops, and actively participate
in HF operations such as Field Day and special
events. We run weekly nets on VHF/UHF and HF and
have numerous social events throughout the year. For more information, please check out
our About Us tab.
Our board meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the second Tuesday of each month at the Edmond Community Center, 28 E. Main St., Edmond, OK 73034. See Map
We encourage you to come participate in our monthly meetings, which are open to all, including non-members.
You can contact us by email: email@example.com
Read the latest HF Report posted every Monday afternoon by Dick Rouse, KE5TGZ.
EARS News and Updates
Ham Radio Assistance Hotline
If you are a new ham, or perhaps a not-so-new ham who needs assistance with setting up equipment/antennas, or who has operational questions, contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will do whatever we can to assist.
K5EOK 2016 Field Day Update
Ladies and Gents, congratulations on another Great Field Day performance. According to the December QST report, K5EOK scored 4,462 total points, operating 3A (by far the most popular operating class in the event).
This score placed K5EOK/EARS: 57th place out of 326 entries within class 3A, which is in the 17th percentile
#1 in OK within class 3A
#2 in the ARRL West Gulf Division (3 TX sections plus OK) within class 3A, behind only the Midland ARC KD5C
who finished 4th place in 3A with 11,142 total points
#3 in OK within all operating classes, behind the Muskogee ARC contesters K5CM in 2A and "Boomer CC" K5PX
(Broken Arrow) in a 1A effort, who had 10,234 and 5,882 total points, respectively
I would like to thank Sam W5CU for taking the time to research this information, Again great job to The EARS Members who without them, this would not have happened.
73, Brian Teters AE5MT
The Allen and Bertha Watson Memorial Scholarship
Congratulations to KF5GTB, Sarah Olson of Eufaula, Oklahoma, who received a $500 scholarship from the Allen and Bertha Watson Memorial Scholarship for 2015. KF5GTB, Sarah sent a letter of thanks to the EARS club earlier in June 2016.
The Allen and Bertha Watson Memorial Scholarship is managed by ARRL. One college student who meets the requirements set by the EARS club, will be selected each year.
Donations for the scholarship are welcome. Suggested amount is $5 when renewing your EARS membership.
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From QRZ.COM: Amateur Radio Superstation - K3LR
The Next 30 Days
For a complete list of our board meetings and events, please check our
December 13, 2016 - Board Meeting
7:00 PM at the Edmond Downtown Community Center, 28 E. Main St.
The EARS Board of Directors monthly meeting will be held in the Edmond Community Center. Go in the north doors and check the events glass display for the room number.
All are invited, including non-members.
January 7, 2017 - V.E. Test Session
9:30 pm at Edmond Downtown Community Center, 28 E. Main St., Room 219
The V.E. test session will be held at the Downtown Community Center located at Main & Littler in Edmond.
Testing starts in Room 219 at 9:30 A.M. No walk-ins, RSVP FOR TESTING PLEASE!
. Contact Larry by email: W5MPA@ARRL.Net
Exam Fee: $15.00
Bring a copy of your current license to give to the V.E.s
Bring a photo ID & a copy of it
Bring any CSCE's showing credit for any tests taken recently
January 7, 2017 - Edmond Siren Test
Noon in the City of Edmond
If you would like to volunteer for the siren test, contact Clay, WA6LBU at email@example.com.
Please join us for lunch at Johnnie's on 33rd after the test.
Copyright 2016 Edmond Amateur Radio Society :: Designed by Bobby Duncan, KF5GTX
:: Maintained by Karl Kueteman, AE5ZU