Cherokee County NC Amateur Radio Emergency Service
North Carolina QSO Party
Sponsored by the Raleigh Amateur Radio Society (RARS)
2019 NC QSO Party
Sunday, February 24th, 1000-2000 EST
For Full Information, go to their NEW website:
Congratulations to Jim Howard W4SDJ for winning
the In-State Single Operator Low Power Digital Station Category for 2017
The North Carolina QSO Party is held on the
last Sunday in February each year and is sponsored by the
Raleigh Amateur Radio Society
We will be hearing you in 2018
The 2017 North Carolina QSO Party was held
From 1500 UTC February 26th until 01:59 UTC February 27th.
Graham County was a BONUS COUNTY this year.
The North Carolina QSO Party is sponsored by the Raleigh Amateur Radio Society
Full details can be found at:
The 2016 North Carolina QSO Party was be held
From 1500 UTC February 28th, 2016 to 00:59 UTC February 29th, 2016
There was NO EMCOMM Challenge this year.
High Power (full legal limit) was permitted in some categories.
Bonus Stations include the Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington Harbor.
For full contest rules and information, follow this link:
The 2015 North Carolina QSO Party was held
from 1500 UTC March 1st, 2015 to 00:59 UTC March 2nd, 2015
The NC QSO Party is sponsored by the Raleigh Amateur Radio Society
AREA 14 BRINGS IN FIRST PLACE FOR THE EMCOMM CHALLENGE!
Thank you to the Cherokee County ARES/AUXCOMM members who helped
make this happen. Area 14 is comprised of Cherokee, Graham, Swain, Jackson and Buncombe Counties.
For other results, check the link below:
Check back soon to see if Cherokee County ARES or its members were able
to bring home any certificates.
The 2014 North Carolina QSO Party was Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
from 10 a.m. EST until 8 p.m. EST
District 14, including Cherokee County, won 2nd Place for the EMCOMM Challenge