Those interested in monitoring communication related to Hurricane Michael may find the following resources useful:
The City of Moorhead is presenting a free ICS 700 / 100 class on October 2nd, 2018, at the Minnesota State University Center of Business, 721 11th St S, Room 105.
This class is an introduction to the Incident Command System and is required for anyone who could be involved in an emergency / disaster response.
The class will start at 8:30 and will conclude prior to 12:30. Attendees are asked to park in lot G2, located west of the building.
A photo session for the new Cass County (ARES) Radio Operator badges will be held from 5:30pm to 7:30pm (during the ARES and Business meetings) on Tuesday, September 18th.
This session is for RRRA Members who previously submitted a Radio Operator ID Application & Background Check Consent form.
A follow-up session may be planned for those unable to attend the September meetings.
Please contact the if you have any questions.
The ARRL Public Service Enhancement Working Group (PSEWG) has requested comments and suggestions from all Section Managers (SMs) and Section Emergency Coordinators (SECs) regarding the proposed ARES Strategic Plan by October 31, 2018.
Cass County will be issuing new Radio Operator ID Badges for RRRA ARES participants. The issuance process for these badges includes a background check.
While these badges are not required for participation in ARES, they will be required for certain ARES deployment positions.
RRRA members interested in acquiring a Cass County ID Badge, and who did not complete the form distributed by KC0DCF at the May business meeting, must complete an ID Card Application and Background Check Consent form and return it at an upcoming business or ARES meeting.
Please contact with any questions.