Apply for OCRA Interest Registry Listing

For Non OCRA Members wishing to list their Ham Radio Interests:

Recently the ham interests/assistance needed registry on this web site has been opened up to licensed non OCRA members who meet one of the following criteria:

  • Durham FM Association Club Membership
  • Current or future planned participation in OCRA, DFMA or Chatham AuxComm training and emergency exercise activity.
  • Current or future planned participation in the combined OCRA/DFMA ARRL Field Day Event

Licensed amateurs, not a member of the OCRA, but desiring to list their interests may do so by submitting the required Information below, or by attending the next OCRA or DFMA meeting and complete an interest/assistance needed sheet and also an OCRA/DFMA Field Day participation sign up sheet.

Complete the required information fields below, then Click the “Save & Verify” button at the bottom of this page to create your initial profile
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Great Time to Update the Hamshack

From Keith, W1KES

Last month, we repainted our bonus room, A.K.A. dad’s shack after 17 years. Additionally, we added new furniture and shelves. I have spent the last several weeks organizing and optimizing the space. My shack also serves as my home office, which has received more use this past week than the previous year. With kids out of school until mid-May, I plan to spend many hours working and “hamming” in my recently renovated space.

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