Pine State Amateur Radio Club OTA meeting script

This is the Pine State Amateur Radio Club weekly on the air meeting. This meeting is held every Tuesday evening at 20:00 local time. I am (your first name and callsign) moderator for tonight's meeting. I would like to welcome all scanner listeners, all potential hams and all hams. I invite any and all amateur radio operators, whether members or not, and especially any hams traveling through our fair state to join the meeting. We use CTCSS tone 136.5 in the Orrington area, 103.5 in the Bangor area, 88.5 in the Old Town area, and 100.0 in the Newport area.
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This meeting will handle any traffic and pass it on to the national traffic system. Does anyone have any traffic?

Equipment to buy or sell?

You are allowed to inform other amateurs of ham gear available for sale or trade. Under these conditions it is legal. Keep in mind it is inappropriate to discuss prices on the air. Simply make contact on the air and then move to telephone or other means of communication for the rest of the transaction.
Does anyone have any equipment to buy or sell?

Wait... if any gear is announced, write down what it is, callsign of person with equipment and their phone number. This information can be repeated at the end of the meeting, for those who were not checked in earlier.

Does anyone have any announcements?
Take names and callsigns... Make a general call up or go to announcements, whichever you choose.

General call up:

Any mobile, short term, or emergency power stations please come with your name and callsign.
Take names and callsigns

Anyone wishing to join the meeting come with your name and callsign, slowly please.
Write down call and name, whether they are in/out or mobile. After check-ins, read back what you copied and ask for corrections and additional check-ins.
Call mobile stations in first, as they may just be taking a short trip. Repeat call-ups every four or five check-ins, no more than 10 minutes max. ID yourself with every call-up.

At the end of the meeting give the total number of check-ins to Ed Paradis WI1Z and close the meeting.

You might want to add: For more information about the PSARC, contact Ed Paradis WI1Z, join our Facebook group, Pine State Amateur Radio Club - Bangor, Maine, or visit our website at