19 Check-Ins to 144.240 Net Last Wednesday

1pm Tuesday

Hope everyone had a nice July 4th holiday.

Last week, WB9LYH emailed a very robust net report.  Mark reported, “Lots of enthusiasm tonight and no thunderstorms.”  Check-ins were KR8T EN72;  K9IKE EN63;  KC9VHD and AB9QH EN62;  N9IYV, N9JBW, KD9BGY, K9ILU and KC9RIO EN61;  KC9KCR EN52;  WB8LNG EM79;  KC8ZJL EN71;  N9RXM, KC9OVD, NG9K/M and KC9RJI EN41;  WA9BNZ, WB0SWQ and W9BBP EN40.
Mark said propagation was good to Rock Island so N9RXM went to his car and called from there and that worked too.
I’m glad the weather was finally storm-free on a Wed. night and that so many showed up to enjoy VHF in the summertime.  Thanks everyone for checking in.  Also want to welcome KC9KCR to the net.  Glad you’re on 2m SSB and thanks for stopping by to say hello.

Weather permitting, WB9LYH plans on calling the 144.240 Wed. net again tomorrow night (as he does every Wed.) at the usual start time of 8pm central/9pm eastern.   All licensed amateurs are welcome, the net is informal and the purpose is to create more activity on the bands.  We appreciate you helping spread the word.

If you need more details about this net, scroll down to the front page here at kc9bqa.com the bottom 2 paragraphs of the June 17th post.

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