SCARES

Sandoval County Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES) has been dedicated to providing emergency communications and related services to our served agencies since 1991.

Served Agencies include:

City of Rio Rancho (and other local municipalities)
Sandoval County
State of New Mexico
Federal Government



Membership


New members are always welcome.

For more information, please check-in to the Sandoval County ARES radio Net, held on the SCARES repeater system every Monday evening at 1930 local time (except the THIRD Monday of each month at 1900, which is our regular meeting night).

All SCARES repeaters are linked for the net. Repeater frequencies are:

147.10 MHz, 147.08 MHz, 443.00 MHz, 443.10 MHz
(All SCARES repeaters have a Positive offset with 100 Hz PL tone)
 
Our monthly meeting is held on the third Monday of each
month at 1900 MST/MDT.

Meeting location:


Rio Rancho
Fire & Rescue Administration

1526 Stephanie Road
Rio Rancho, NM

Note: We enter the building via the side door, behind the locked gate.
       Give a call on the 147.10 MHz Repeater (100 Hz PL) to be let in.


To join SCARES, please fill out the application form
and mail it along with your check for $10 to Sandoval County ARES, P.O. Box 44394, Rio Rancho, NM 87174-4394.



Sandoval County ARES Leadership

- KD5DCN (District Emergency Coordinator)  Email: kd5dcn@nmscares.org

- NM5AA (Emergency Coordinator)  Email: nm5aa@nmscares.org


Group News

2018 FEMA Strategic Plan

By Ron NM5AA on December 19th, 2018

The plan plus Appendix A and the graphic may be seen here 2018 FEMA Strategic Plan.pdf

List of members eligible to vote in 2019 elections

By Ron NM5AA on December 2nd, 2018

Documents may be found in "Club Documents" folder. Visible only to members.

SCARES Officers

President - KD5DCN  Email: kd5dcn@nmscares.org

Vice President - K5KKW  Email: k5kkw@nmscares.org


Seretary - W5THS  Email: w5ths@nmscares.org


Treasurer - NM5AA  Email: nm5aa@nmscares.org


Board - KD5DCN  Email: kd5dcn@nmscares.org


Board - N6SIK  Email: n6sik@nmscares.org


Board - K5BIQ  Email: k5biq@nmscares.org

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Events

October 2020
Monday 5th
7:30pm NCS - K5BIQ
Monday 12th
7:30pm NCS - KI5JOP
Monday 19th
7pm SCARES Meeting
Monday 26th
7:30pm NCS - K5KKW
November 2020
Monday 2nd
7:30pm NCS - NM5MS
Saturday 7th
6am Deadman Peaks Trail Run
Sunday 8th
... Deadman Peaks Trail Run
Monday 9th
7:30pm NCS - WB5ORT
Monday 16th
7pm SCARES Meeting
Monday 23rd
7:30pm NCS - KC5RUO
Monday 30th
7:30pm NCS - N6SIK
November 2020
 
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ABQ AV WX

Fair and 34 F at Albuquerque, Albuquerque International Airport, NM

Fair
Winds are North at 6.9 MPH (6 KT). The pressure is 1027.6 mb and the humidity is 82%. The wind chill is 28. Last Updated on Oct 29 2020, 7:52 am MDT.

some time ago

NM Section News

But Wait! There’s More — New Hams and Upgrades

We have yet another group of new hams to welcome, as well as upgrades to celebrate.

Congratulations to new Technician license holder James Parish, KI5JJA. Andy Dow, KI5JJB, tested through to General. Pedro Acosta, KI5JJC, tested through to General. Richard Thompson, AG5ZD, tested through to Extra. David Fisher, K5RFP, upgraded to Extra. Roy Hogan, KD5FPP, upgraded to Extra. Mark Burton, KG5LEQ, upgraded to General. Charles L. Randle, AG5ZE, passed his Technician and got his lapsed Extra back.

The new licensees come courtesy of Jim Kajder’s (AF5FH) test team and its June 6 test session — sponsored by the high Desert Amateur Radio Club and conducted outdoors and with masks and plenty of social distancing.

on June 10th
Welcome Some New Hams!

Time to play catch-up with some newly licensed hams.

Congratulations to new Technician license holders Hal Radioff, KI5JBV; Blaine Bachman, KI5JBU; Billy Hubbell, KI5JBW; and Michael Garcia, KI5JBX. Mike Grashius, K5LMG tested through to General. And Christopher Bowen, AG5YZ, tested through to Extra. The new licensees come courtesy of Jim Kajder’s (AF5FH) test team and its May 24 test session — outdoors and with masks and plenty of social distancing.

Meanwhile, back in mid March, the Valencia County Amateur Radio Association’s W5YI test team added one new ham and an upgrade to the mix: George Szymkowski, KI5IQQ, earned his Technician license; and William Anderson, KI5HQI, upgraded to General.

As they say, let the Elmering begin!

on June 5th

Sandoval County ARES

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