David Granish KI6EWK, Jim Marshall K6LR, Don McRoberts W3DRM, Ed Terlau KG7ZOP; back row from left, Chuck Gervie KI7PGI, Mel Hogan WE6EYD, Mary Lou Gervie W1FE, Jeff Cauhape K7BCV and Jim Sanders AG6IF.
The Sierra Intermountain Emergency Radio Association has announced that its leaders will begin 2022.
Chairman Jim Sanders retained his post. Ed Terlau was named vice-president, Mary Lou Gervie is treasurer and Jeff Cauhape is secretary.
The association maintains a repeater on Leviathan Peak which serves communications for licensed amateur radio operators, recreational enthusiasts and travelers in Douglas, Alpine, Lyon, Carson City and Churchill counties.
He supported local cycling, equestrian and marathon events and helped spread information during the Tamarack and Caldor fires.
The club meets monthly and offers courses for new amateur radio operators. A popular program on the NV7CV repeater is the Watering Hole, which transmits at 7:30 p.m. every Wednesday at 147.330 MHz.
During the COVID lockdown, local hams were able to hold regular meetings using the repeater. For more information on the association and its events, go to www.cvhams.com or their Facebook page, SIERA.