The Puget Sound Repeater Group is a non-profit organization that maintains and operates a 2-meter FM Amateur Radio repeater system in the Seattle area, serving primarily North Seattle, from about Downtown through Shoreline, and east to about Bothell (although we’ve had people use the repeater regularly from as far away as Olympia and Everett).We currently have more than 200 members. The repeater is maintained by member volunteers for use by members and non-members alike. The repeater hosts several regular nets. Anyone with an Amateur license is welcome to use the repeater.
Annual Meeting 2016
PSRG’s annual membership meeting will be held on Sunday, January 24th, 2016 from 1pm to 4pm at the Seattle EOC (downtown Seattle, map). The annual meeting has important bylaws changes needing membership approval to support our plans to become a 501c3 non-profit organization, and we need to have as many members present as possible to ensure we have quorum. We also have elections for several board positions as in previous years. After the business meeting, we will have a presentation from Bill Steele from the University of Washington, Northwest Seismic Network who will be speaking on earthquakes, earthquake preparedness and the technology they use for collecting seismic data to support their research.
Proposed changes to the bylaws can be viewed at: psrg.org/changes
The next PSRG Board meeting at the Salmon Bay Café will be held on Saturday, February 27th at 1pm. Members and visitors are encouraged to attend. The meeting is in the back room of the Café. The General Membership Meeting in January 2016 will be confirmed soon.
Click to read the Draft Board Meeting Notes from the last meeting.
We are a 501-C7 and your donations are not tax deductible.
Lee N7KC, Barry K7PAL, Dave KD7ZYM and Jim Hicks K7BDL (SK).
From the Archives of PSRG some old handouts, user guides and our first filing for the clubs Non-Profit Corporation status.
Listen to KIRO radio’s interview about W7ACS and PSRG’s involvement with Field Day at South Seattle College
Columbia Center Building took a direct hit from lightning this year. The WW7SEA (444.550) repeater survived due to a lightning arrestor and some luck.
Puyallup Swapmeet PSRG Group Pictures