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W4NNK is the club call of the Rappahannock Amateur Radio Association.

RARA is an ARRL-affiliated club which serves northeastern Virginia's Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula, a region that is bordered by the Potomac River to the north and The Chesapeake Bay on the east. The Club participates in Field Day as well as other special events during the year and operates two open repeaters covering the area.  

Please visit the Club's website  http://www.qsl.net/raraonline/index.html for more information about RARA and our activities.  

 

The W4NNK Repeaters

All licensed hams are welcome!

 

Heathsville  147.33 plus 600 KHz offset  CTCSS Tone 100 Hz

The repeater is located at the Sheriff’s Office near US Route 360 in Heathsville, Northumberland County. Mobile coverage includes most of the Northern Neck and extends from Tappahannock and Warsaw to the west, to Kilmarnock to the east and includes the lower Potomac River.  The Jail House Net meets here Wednesday evenings at 8pm local time.

 

Kilmarnock  146.835  minus 600 KHz offset  CTCSS Tone 100 Hz

This repeater is located on the tower of the local and very civic-minded radio station in Kilmarnock, Lancaster County. The repeater's coverage area includes the eastern half of the Northern Neck and northern parts of the Middle Peninsula, across the Rappahannock River, and east out into the Chesapeake Bay from Smith Point at the mouth of the Potomac River and south beyond Windmill Point at the the mouth of the Rappahannock River.   RARA's Bigfoot Net meets on this repeater on Mondays at 8pm local time.

 

 ...more about the area

The Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula region was first explored by European settlers in the early 1600's and has a rich history of fishing and farming. Today the area is known for its seafood including oysters, blue crabs and numerous species of fish, and of course, sport fishing. Agriculture also has a large role in the area's economy.  The Northern Neck is a popular recreational and year-around residential destination. More information about area and its history is available on the Reedville Fishermen's Museum website  http://www.rfmuseum.org/

 

 

 

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