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QCEN HISTORY

1966 and beyond...


2010
  • March-May: QCEN members remove all the amateur radio gear from 720 Sycamore St., and install new gear/antennas/coax/lightning protection/patch panels at the new building at 2111 Dana Ave.
2008
  • September: QCEN members assess "Ike in Cincinnati" in Hamilton/Butler Counties.
  • March: QCEN members survey after flooding in Hamilton/Warren Counties.
2005
  • January: QCEN members responded to Great Miami River flooding
  • September: QCEN members help Red Cross prepare for Cincinnati-bound Katrina evacuees
2004
  • January: QCEN members responded to Great Miami River flooding
2003
  • May: QCEN members responded to urban flash floods on the Duck Creek and in northern KY
2001
  • July: QCEN members responded to urban flash floods on the Duck Creek and in northern KY
1999
  • April: QCEN members responded to the Blue Ash/Montgomery tornado
  • May: QCEN members, along with friends from numerous organizations, provide communications for the Inaugural Flying Pig Marathon, and have done so every year since (through 2010 and counting)
  • August: QCEN competes in the first (revived) Ohio QSO Party, and has done so every year since (through 2010 and counting)
1998
  • April: QCEN members respond to Warren County - Little Miami River flood
  • June: QCEN members hold Field Day at W8VND, a tradition upheld through 2009
  • April: QCEN members respond to urban flash floods in NCH and Colerain Twp.
1997
  • March: QCEN members responded to catastrophic Ohio River valley flooding
  • June: QCEN members responded to tornado in Clermont County
1996
  • January: QCEN members responded to Ohio River flooding
1990
  • June: QCEN members responded to the Harrison/Bright tornadoes
  • QCEN members responded to the BASF explosion
1986
  • QCEN members responded to the Newport tornadoes
1983
  • Newsletter editorials speak of a "no-code" license
1982
  • QCEN members responded to the Air Canada disaster at CVG.
1979
  • WR8AJO repeater is born
1977
  • QCEN members responded to the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire
1974
1973
  • QCEN members responded to the Madeira/Newtonsville tornado
1972
  • QCEN members have been participating in "Community Watch" since 1968, a Neighborhood Watch-like program that extended to reporting car accidents, fires, and other incidents via amateur radio



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