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To Members of CARES:There is an upcoming Winlink BASIC  class to take note of and mark your calendar: More information to Follow SOON Description: Winlink Basic, HAM MESH infrastructure, Post Office, telnet, WiFi interfacing    Date: 24 February  2018Time: 0900 to ?Location: LDS church on DonovanThe LDS Church 14340 Donovan Rd Oregon City, OR 97045 Prerequisites:  You

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To ALL members of  CARES We had Winlink classes on Saturday, 4th of November. 14 members were  in attendance  with 2.5 presenters  The first session was Winlink 101 in telnet / network environment  lead by  Seve Jensen – KE7GXC from around 0900 to 1300 with an afternoon session by  Mitch Bayersdorfer KI7JQK —  2pm – 3pm , Winlink in a mesh environment  Some of

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