Content (e.g. blog posts, information pages, and files/links) about the activities of the RRRA ARES Committee and the “voluntary noncommercial communication service, particularly with respect to providing emergency communications” (“Amateur Radio Service.” 47 “CFR” 97.1(a). 2016.), provided to the public by Amateur Radio operators.

Virtual Walk MS Fargo 2020

Thank-you to everyone everyone who volunteered to provide communication support for Walk MS: Fargo 2020.

Communication support is no longer needed because the National MS Society has moved all Walk MS events—through June—to fully virtual experiences.

These virtual experiences will continue support of life-changing breakthroughs for people affected by MS while following current social-distancing guidelines.

Did You Finish Your Cass County ID Badge Application?

The answer is an emphatic NO if all you’ve done is turn in a paper form at an RRRA meeting.

Applying for a Cass County ID Badge is now a two step process which requires the completion of two forms. One of these forms must be completed on-line.

You will not receive your ID Badge until you complete both steps of this process.

Cass County ID Badges

Instructions for requesting an ID Badge are available in the RRRA Groupware Server (AKA the cloud) ARES Folder.

While these badges are not required for participation in ARES, they will be required for certain ARES deployment positions.

Please contact the Webmaster Team for assistance with the RRRA Groupware Server.

Radio Operators needed for Walk MS: Fargo 2020

Ten amateur radio operators (hams) are needed to provide communications support for Walk MS: Fargo 2020 on April 25th, 2020 at Courts Plus Community Fitness, Fargo.

Radio operators interested in volunteering for this event should attend the March business meeting or contact for more information.