Welcome to the Home of the Lincoln County Amateur Radio Group based in Lincoln County on the coast of Maine. Founded in the early 1990's, the group is realizing a renewed interest in the area. The purpose of the group is to promote all aspects of the hobby of Amateur Radio through member and public education, to train and prepare local operators for both emergency and non-emergency events, to support the Lincoln County EMA and to encourage and assist our fellow amateur radio operators and associated organizations. Membership is welcomed to all radio amateurs as well as anyone with an interest in Amateur Radio.
2020 Officers: President: Jose Douglas; KB1TCD VIce President: Giff Hammar; K1GAH Secretary: Joe Devonshire; AB1YO Tresurer: Ed Wynne; N1WY
Maine Bicentennial Special Event
Thanks to everyone who ran a special event station for the Maine Bicentennial Special Event! Make sure you submit you logs. For more details visit the Maine Bicentennial Special Event site.
Lincoln County Information and Emergency Net
The Lincoln County Information and Emergency Net meets every Monday evening at 7pm on the 146.985 repeater, PL 136.5. The purpose of the net is to handle Communications Traffic into, out of and around the state of Maine and throughout the Lincoln County area when needed, as well as a means to offer a means of sharing amateur radio information. All Radio Amateurs are welcome to check-in.
Project Team Members
EOC Station Team
Karl Richards; KB1YCF John Oakes; KC1DGG Ernie Richards; K1NI Bill Clark; KA1DAX
EmComm Vehicle Team
John Oakes; KC1DGG John Lawrence W1QS Ed Wynne; N1WY Giff Hammar; K1GAH Norm Bosse; W1MKD Ernie Richards; K1NI Bill Clark; KA1DAX
Lincoln Health - Miles Team
Casey Stevens; KC1GOT Joe Devonshire; AB1YO Mark Potter; W1AUX Ernie Richards; K1NI
Website Updates - 7 Apr 2020
- Updated Front Page to current
The Next Meeting of the Lincoln County Amateur Radio Club Will Be Held on Wednesday 8 April 2020 at 1800 (6 PM) via web conference. Lincoln County web conference link Join the web conference early to make sure you have time to install any required software.
Stay tuned for upcoming hands-on sessions for Winlink point-to-point and BBS.