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The MidWest Severe Storm Tracking Response Center (MidWest SSTRC, Inc.) is comprised of members whose primary purpose is to assist in providing early detection of severe weather. We communicate this critical information to government officials, other recognized agencies and organizations including the National Weather Service allowing for timely public severe weather warnings and providing emergency responses as appropriate. MidWest SSTRC Inc. endeavors to assist in any way it can in the protection of life and property from any threat, be it natural or man made.

MidWest SSTRC Inc. - A 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation
Current Activation Levels - Wisconsin



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Time to Renew Your Membership
2019 Forms Are on the Member's Page

 


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General Meeting
Posted 02/16/19 9:43 AM

General Meeting & Training

Date: Feb 18, 2019
7-9 PM

Member Reminder:

MEMBERSHIP FORMS ARE DUE BY FEB 1ST, AS ARE THE BUSINESS BAND AUTHORIZATION FORM. PLEASE BRING THE FORMS TO THE NEXT GENERAL MEETING OF 21 JAN, OR MAIL THEM IN THE ADDRESS LISTED ON THIS SITE AND OR FORM. THANKS! (non members go to the Join MidWest tab on the left info bar on this site.) THANKS!

2019 DARK SKIES SEVERE WEATER SEMINAR!
Sat, April 13th, 2019. Madison College Truax Campus. Exciting Details TBA!

Stay Tuned!

General Meeting Location:
Monona Community Center
Main Hall
1011 Nichols Road
Monona, WI 53716


Radio Check-In Net:
Wed Feb 20, 2019
Ham at 7 PM, Biz Band at 730 PM
Let's hear from ya!

Ham: 7 PM (444.375)(PL 123)

Business Band: 730 PM
(MidWest Authorized Users)

Questions?
dale.bernstein@midwestsstrc.org

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