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Bloody Run Canoe and Kayak Support

This Saturday, BCARS provided communications support to the Bloody Run Canoe and Kayak Classic. Participants navigate a treacherous 5 mile stretch of the Bloody Run river through the Everett wilderness. This year, BCARS even had a maritime mobile station operating as…

N3B Special Event Station

On August 16th The Bedford County Amateur Radio Society (BCARS) commemorated a historic event with a Special Event Station N3B, as published in August QST.    During his time in office, President James Buchanan used the Bedford Springs Resort as…

Skills Night and SHORTS Posted

On Janurary 21st, BCARS and guests from across the state came together to participate in our first ever skills night. Attendees came all the way from New Stanton and Chambersburg.  Read all about it, and more in the Janurary edition…

2016 Officer Elections Posted

At the December 3rd, 2016 meeting, elections were held for three open positions: 1-year trustee – Jay Cessna was re-elected to this office. Secretary – Lloyd Roach was elected to this office. Activities Manager – Stephen Wurm was elected to…

December SHORTS Published

The December 2015 edition of SHORTS is now online!   Stories include: BCARS KEEPS THE POLLS OPEN! TOWER GROWS TALLLER AT WB3JEK “My Shack” – Featuring KA3UDR Bedford Vampire Amateur Radio Association (BVAR) holds Ham In A Day Before the…

A Busy Month of July

Greetings! BCARS had a busy month in July.  First, in the July meeting, BCARS has officially adopted the new Constitution and Bylaws. You can read them in all their glory right here: Constitution & Bylaws. The draft of the July…

June SHORTS available

The month of May has been a busy one for BCARS. This month BCARS has participated in no less than three ARES events. Read all about it in the June edition of S*H*O*R*T*S.