Fayette County ARES and Coweta County ARES include amateur radio
operators who voluntarily provide communications services to our local
communities during emergencies and time of need. We also participate in local events and public service
projects which provide training and communications experience for our
Upcoming Events, Announcements, Activity
To keep abreast of Fayette-Coweta ARES and Fayette
Amateur Radio Club news, listen in to the KK4GQ net Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. Eastern (see below), or visit the Fayette-Coweta ARES Yahoo! Group.
Weekly Fayette-Coweta ARES Voice Net
(Fayette, Coweta, Spalding, Pike linked repeater participation)
The Fayette-Coweta ARES net is every Tuesday evening at 2100 (9:00 PM) local, in conjunction with the
Fayette County Amateur Radio Club (FCARC), on the KK4GQ 145.210 (-) repeater in Fayette County, and other linked repeaters highlighted in the AREA REPEATERS list. You may also check in using Echolink via KI4NGD-R, node 317195.
All amateur radio operators are invited to check in giving their
callsign, name, and location. Membership in ARES or living in either
Fayette County or Coweta County is NOT required so please join us. Click here to view the net script.
VHF Voice Net (Coweta)
The Bill Gremillion Memorial Radio Club,
conducts a net every Sunday evening at 2000 Eastern time on the K4NRC 147.165 (-)
repeater in Coweta County.
You may also check in using Echolink via WX4SKY-R, node 753461.
covers general club information, discussion, and activities. It
is open to all amateur radio operators.
Other Local Nets (Eastern Time)
Sun @ 1700 (winter)/1800 (summer) -
GAARES on 3.975
Wed @ 2100 - SE Linked Repeater Net on 444.600 (+, 77)
(All times local)
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