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Welcome to the Highland Lakes ARES® site

      

The Highland Lakes Amateur Radio Emergency Service provides support to various served agencies in the counties of Burnet and Llano in central Texas. The purpose of this site is to have an easy spot to post information and files for the benefit of the members of the unit, and for public reference as we might deem appropriate.

Highland Lakes ARES is supported by the Highland Lakes Amateur Radio Club, which is comprised mainly of members residing in Burnet and Llano counties, but also hams from surrounding counties as well. HLARES and its component counties are in District 8 of the South Texas Section, West Gulf Division of the ARRLQUICK JUMP TO EMCOMM MANUAL AND FORMS.  QUICK JUMP TO THE NBEMS (FLdigi etc) PAGE.

 

Your Emergency Coordinators are:

  • District 8 EC, Rik Chapman, K5RIK
  • District 8 Digital AEC, Riley Carruthers, W5RLY
  • EC for Burnet and Llano counties, Gil Jones, KA5GIL (who will man the Burnet Sheriff's Office)
    • Burnet County:  
      • AEC Burnet County EOC, Riley Carruthers, W5RLY
      • AEC Granite Shoals, Jim Wreyford, K5JSW
      • AEC Marble Falls, Chuck Dear, KB5YKJ
      • AEC Seton Hospital, Angie Sierra, KE5HIR
    • Llano County:  
      • AEC Kingsland, Sherry Musgrove, WA5SYU
      • AEC Horseshoe Bay, Malcolm Robertson, W5RME

 

Weekly net:

Sunday Night at 2030 hours local time on a frequency of 146.660 mHz (tone 88.5 Hertz) courtesy of the repeater trustee, K5QU. Our Back Up Repeater is 145.390 (tone 103.5)courtesy of the trustee K5WGR. This net is a local net of the NationalTraffic System (NTS).  Weekly Net NCS Schedule

 

Weblinks:

Links to useful pages

 

Other info:

This site is (supposedly) not in the search engines, but access to it is open as far as viewing and commenting. There are certain confidential materials that are posted elsewhere (and you members know where that is).

So let’s just see where this goes.

 

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Relay League, Incorporated and are used by permission

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Comments (5)

w5log said

at 5:23 pm on Jan 17, 2010

Captain,

Looks good. The only suggestion I would make iis move Riley as District 8 Digital AEC up just below Rik.

Jim
W5LOG

Gil Jones said

at 5:24 pm on Jan 17, 2010

Jim - play with this some and see if you think this approach works. It allows us to add content and we can add everyone else in varying roles and it works something like a forum.

k5rik@arrl.net said

at 7:25 pm on Jan 17, 2010

Hi Gil and Jim, Interesting, it will take some experimentation, 73, Rik

Gil Jones said

at 8:19 pm on Jan 17, 2010

Interesting, but free. And this comment was added by simply replying to the email. Now THAT is interesting.

Gil Jones said

at 9:48 pm on Jan 17, 2010

Cool beans. Jim went right in and added his net night to the online EC log. I am hopeful that when complete, that log form can be easily given to Rik either in print or digitally.

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