Rob Zarges, K2MZ
69 Fales St
Worcester, MA 01606
Fairly new ham, was licensed October 9th, 2019 and took to CW right away with the awesome help of Long Island CW Club. I can’t imagine not being able to do CW. It has brought great joy to my life. I recently graduated CW Academy Advanced Class (formerly known as Level 3). I have enjoyed working the CWTs and look forward to them each week.
Excited to announce I will be the Net Manager on a new Section Traffic Net in MA/RI starting March 22, 2021. The Mass Rhode Island Slow CW Net (10 WPM) is a training net of the NTS and meets on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:30 PM local Eastern. We will host the net on frequency 3.598. Hope you will check in!
In my work life I have been in nonprofit management for 31 years and am currently the Executive Director of a local CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) program and am a professor at Clark University in Worcester, MA.
In the shack I have a Yaesu FT-950 and an ICOM 7300 to an 8-Band Hyend Fed Antenna that works wonderfully for me. I run at 100 Watts most of the time. At my summer QTH in Eastham, MA on Cape Cod I run a IC 7300 to a 6 band endfed. I also always have my KX2 which I pair with the Buddipole Deluxe antenna for SOTA and POTA activations
I am the ARES Emergency Coordinator for the City or Worcester, MA and am working to help rebuild ARES in WMA.
Lately I really enjoyed participating in traffic handling through the NTS. I participate in the MARI (Mass Rhode Island) CW net and the Central MA 2 meter net for traffic.
Rob in Worcester, MA