Meridian Amateur Radio Club (MARC) operates on the W5FQ repeater at 146.700 MHz with a 100 Hz PL Tone.
An ARES 2-meter net is held every Tuesday evening at 7PM or 8PM depending on the time of year. All amateur radio operators are invited to participate.
MARC members get together at The Checker Board Restaurant located at 2223 South Frontage Road for breakfast and coffee on Saturday mornings from (approximately) 9:30AM - 11AM. CURRENTLY CANCELED... WILL RESUME AS SOON AS SAFE TO DO SO.
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Six Meter Net every Sunday night on 50.160.0 USB at 8 PM CDT. Sponsored by Olive Branch ARC, W5OBM
There is a Newton County Repeater net on Monday's at 6:30pm. 147.240(+)(pl 103.5Hz)
Neshoba Amateur Radio Club 2M net is held every Sunday night at 2100 local time on 147.330 +, no tone. Trustee is N5EPP, Gary Keen.
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