The mission of Scott County ARES is:

Improve our community as a place to live through use of our communications training, equipment, and manpower for the benefit of served agencies during emergencies. 


Scott County ARES members are serious about developing their emergency communications skills through on-air training and on-line learning. 


That doesn’t mean Scott County ARES members don’t enjoy meeting to discuss various radio subjects and solve some of the world’s problems over breakfast once a month!  Various public service events also provide the opportunity for community service and fellowship.


Scott County ARES is organized as a part of the Field Services division of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), The National Organization for Amateur Radio. 


Scott County ARES leadership consists of the Emergency Coordinator and Assistant Emergency Coordinator(s) who support a group of emergency communications volunteers.  . 


Emergency Coordinator

Bob Reid  N0BHC

N0BHC (at)



Asst. Emergency Coordinator

        Position Open - Volunteers contact N0BHC

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