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Central Oregon Coast Amateur Radio Club

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Central Oregon Coast Amateur Radio Club is a 501(c)3 public charity and listed as Oregon Coast Emergency Repeater, Inc. (OCERI)
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COCARC is appreciative of the generous support from the Florence community including the West Lane Community Foundation, Elks , Rotarians, the Three Rivers Foundation and the West Lane Translators. Our ongoing mission, to provide emergency communications for West Lane County.
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Surplus and donated amateur radio equipment offered by the club can be found on this site. 
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Next Tech Group Get-together


Tech Nets will be active the FIRST and THIRD Sundays at 7:00pm (1900 hours).
Next Tech Net Sunday Nov 3rd
Next SCHEDULED Tech Group Meeting
RSVP Required:
The next Tech Group in-person meeting will be following the breakfast on Wednesday, October 30th from 9:30am- 11:30am. It will be held at the Siuslaw Valley Fire & Rescue Station 1 at 26th Street and Hwy 101, 2nd floor, north side. It will be a build exercise to build a 2-3 ft coax jumper with PL-259 connectors at each end. I think we can do it for a $5 materials fee for each jumper with any extra going to the club. I’ve included a couple of Amazon links for comparison. We need to know if you plan to make it in order to have enough connectors and cabling. Please reply to this email, call me, use Winlink over 80meters, or do a satellite bounce on 2 meters; but let me know if you want to do this build. Thanks!

Jay Guettler

COCARC Wednesday morning Koffee Klatch
Clawson's Wheelhouse the corner of
Highway 126 and Highway 101
Starting at 8:00 A.M.

COCARC Board Meetings are held
on the First Wednesday of each month 0930 A.M.
at the SVFR Main Fire Station, second floor.

W7FLO-R Echolink connection open to
all amateur stations world wide.

Last Update 10/21/2019