The sekarc FM net is held Wednesday evening on the clubs Girard VHF repeater 147.24. It begins with the call for check ins at 8:00 pm. Anyone is welcome to join the net. We usually acknowledge check ins, ask for any brief updates or announcements the station may have. It is brief but still good to make regular contacts!
Normally NØSLT Steve or KAØEGE Jeff is the net control but we would like to welcome anyone that would like to give the job a go, just let us know! Below is the script that we normally use so listen to a few and then let us know if you would like to fill in occasionally or regularly share the duties!
Thanks for the Check Ins !!
SEKARC FM Net Control Script
This is (NC Call Sign) and my name is (NC Name). I will be the NET CONTROL station tonight for the SEKARC net on the KØSEK 147.24 repeater. Before we get started... I will ask that any stations with emergency or priority traffic, to please call now. (unkey)
With none heard I will continue… The purpose of this net is to increase awareness and communication among the local amateur radio operators in the Southeast Kansas and Southwest Missouri area. Please check our club website for more information at sekarc.net. If you are not a member... there is a form to sign up! (unkey)
This is an open net so any station on frequency may check in. When checking in, please give your call sign, name and location. After check ins are complete I will go down the list for comments and discussion! Again I am your net control and my call sign is (NC Call Sign) and we will start taking check ins now. (unkey)
Acknowledge check ins…………
Once all check ins are over go down the list of check ins to ask for comments and discussion! When discussion and announcements stop... ask for late checkins...
Are there any additional stations wishing to check in at this time ? (unkey)
Are there anymore comments or suggestions tonight? (unkey)
Thanks for joining us here at the SEKARC where our goal is to KEEP HAM RADIO FUN. This is (NC Call Sign), closing the net and returning the repeater, to regular use. 73 and good night! (unkey)