Amateur Radio Operators periodically run "nets" on designated days and on pre-determined frequencies. The "nets" are typically oriented around a specific topic (eg. Emergency Traffic Handling, Disaster Scenarios, Digital Modes, etc.) Some of the nets below are consistantly running high-turnout nets and are designed around ARES scenarios. Plan on checking into these nets (or at least listening to them) when time permits as they are helpful to ARES personnel.

The following are all Voice/Phone Nets
All Nets Are Lower Side Band Unless Otherwise Specified
More Information Can Be Found By Clicking on the Net's Name
     
Net Name/Purpose Time/Days Frequency
Lucas County NTS/ARES Traffic Net Daily 6:30pm ET 147.375 FM (Alternate 146.610 FM)
Lucas County NTS/ARES Traffic Net Wed 6:30pm ET 147.780 FM (Simplex)
     
Ohio Single Sideband Traffic Net Daily 10:30am ET 3.972.5
Ohio Single Sideband Traffic Net Daily 4:15pm ET 3.972.5
Ohio Single Sideband Traffic Net Daily 6:45pm ET 3.972.5
     
Lucas County Skywarn Net First Friday Month @ 11:45am ET 147.270 FM (Alternate 147.345 FM)
     
Northwest Ohio Regional Communications (NORC) First Saturday Month @ 11:00am ET 7.200.0
     
Northwest Ohio (Lucas/Wood County) Hospital Net Quarterly-TBD VHF/UHF/DV/Digital
     
SATURN Southern States Sat. 1400 UTC 7.265.0

Please note that these are working nets!  As every good Amateur Radio Operator know, listen first, and practice on your own or with a friend before showing up to a net and attempting to pass/handle voice/digital traffic. 

If you have questions or need assistance, please seek out a local group (such as the Toledo Mobile Radio Association) and Elmers will be glad to assist new amateurs with procedures or equipment.