Updated – 06/08/2024

Our next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday June 26th at 6:00 pm.

We will be meeting at the Manchester Health Department. The building is at 1528 Elm St. in Manchester. Parking is available behind the building. To get behind the building (from Elm St.), turn west on Brook Street. Then turn left into the alley behind the building. The parking lot is to the right. Use the parking lot entrance to enter the building. The door automatically locks at 6 PM sharp.


Updated – 05/19/2024

Pack Monadnock 10 Miler

Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time today to help support this race.


Updated – 05/03/2024

It is my pleasure to announce Paul Blais, KC1KMM, as the new Emergency Coordinator for the Greater Manchester ARES Group.

Paul an Extra Class licensee has a number of impressive credentials. Paul grew up in Auburn, NH serving as a Red Cross instructor and volunteer on the Greater Manchester Chapter’s Disaster Team while still in high school. He started his life-long journey into public safety in 1980 serving in several official operational and leadership positions over the past few decades, including as Auburn’s EMD for several years. To date, Paul has completed over two dozen FEMA emergency management courses.

Paul has been “on the air” in his various professional roles for over forty years. Emergency planning and tactical communications are in his “wheelhouse,” and he thrives on regular contact with the public, colleagues and served agency representatives in both collaborative and educational roles. He has been active with the Greater Nashua County ARES Group serving as an AEC (3 years) coordinating activities for the area that has since become the Greater Manchester ARES Group. Presently, he is a member of the Auburn Fire Department and a member of the Granite State Amateur Radio Association and the Merrimack Valley Amateur Radio Association, Inc., Paul looks forward to working with his fellow EC’s for a smooth transition bringing Greater Manchester ARES back into its own. Please welcome Paul in his new role.

Al Shuman, K1AKS
NH Section Emergency Coordinator


Updated – 12/05/2023

Any time on Wednesday send a Winlink Express email to both Jay – K1EHZ and Steve – NA1T.
The preferred approach is to send a Winlink email by radio through any HF or VHF  Winlink gateway.
If you have both HF and VHF capability, send only one email per Wednesday.  Alternate HF and VHF on successive weeks if you like.
If you don’t have access to a radio gateway, send your check-in message by Telnet.
– Use a Winlink Express Check in Form found on the Message form under Select Template -> Standard Templates -> GENERAL Forms -> Winlink Check in.txt
– Follow instructions on the form. Complete as many fields as you can.
– Address the Form to K1EHZ; NA1T
– In the Comments Block write – Call Sign  First Name   Town   State    Mode – VHF, HF, or Telnet.
– Click Submit at the bottom of the form.
– Post the message to the Outbox.
– Transmit by HF, VHF or Telnet.

Your check-in will be acknowledge prior to the next Winlink Wednesday.