ARES Org

Cross County Amateur Radio Emergency Service

ARES RACES SKYWARN

Officers

Northeast DEC:      Bill Nicholson W5WPN
Cross County EC:   Bill Nicholson W5WPN
Cross County AEC: Terry Busby W5ARS
Cross County AEC: Michael Courtney KE5JLS
Woodruff Co. EC:   Eugene Terhune KE5WWO
Woodruff Co. AEC: Jim Crow KB5SET

Cross County ARES number 037ar01

Woodruff County ARES number 147ar01


crossaresbadgeAs Emergency Services is an important part of the services that Amateur Radio Operators provide to their Community. The Cross Co. ARES org is always looking for new members, ass well as providing training and Radio Operations. Below is a link provided to Amateur Radio Operator as well as to the ECs in the North East Area.

DEC/EC Monthly Report

Arkansas ARES membership Form

FSD-98

ARESmanual2015


cropped-ccaresbadge2002.gifThe Cross County ARES Resources Consist of its Members, Leadership, and Equipment, as well as a number of ARES/RACES Operating Centers located in Wynne and surrounding Counties and Communities. The Cross County ARES org has a MOU with SFAREC in St Frances County.

CCARC FCARC MOU v2


skywarn  The Cross County Amateur Radio Club is the oldest Skywarn organization in Cross County. Serving as trained volunteers to watch the sky and weather conditions when conditions warrant. This service {Skywarn} like ARES and RACES is provided to the community as a Service to Cross County and surrounding communities.


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