Barry Hutchinson, KB1TLR writes on the Falmouth ARA Facebook page:
Good day to all hope everyone is enjoying this cooler weather.
I need your help. Aug. 19th is the Falmouth Road Race and I’m short several key operators.
I need two for the info booth, at least one who lives in Falmouth and is familiar with the area. I need an alternate at net control to help Joan & Shelly. I would also like to see a couple of Falmouth area residents sign up as standby in case something comes up and someone cannot make it.
This is one of the events that puts FARA in a favorable public eye. Can any of you help? QRZ for my e-mail or private message me, thank you.
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From the Falmouth ARA web site:
“…The Falmouth Road Race communication support crew consisted of 29 amateur radio operators manning medical and water stop locations along the course, as well as EOC net control, finish line information tent, trail support vehicle, and the unified command center. As usual, FARA’s communication support worked very well, often serving to relay traffic when medical radios or race radios were unable to communicate. Henry, K1WCC, was stationed at the Unified Command truck located at Mariner’s Point. His “after-action report” is shown below:”