Hendry County has nearly 40,000 people (and ten times as many cows) spread out over almost 1,200 square miles of beloved south Florida boondocks, sandwiched between considerably wealthier neighbors on both the east and west coasts of Florida, Lake Okeechobee to the northeast, and the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation to the southeast.
Meetups, Nets & Repeaters
- Clewiston (east county) 146.760, PL 97.4 – East side of Clewiston at the city limits.
- Labelle (west county) 145.470, PL 97.4 – Four miles west of Labelle on SR80, on the monopole
- Nets: Second and fourth Tuesday of each month, 7pm, Labelle repeater