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Radio Club Listings

Radio is a great hobby and one of the best ways to get involved is by joining a club. Here’s a state-by-state directory of just some of the many clubs looking for new members. Many listings include links directly to the Club’s website.

Click on the section below containing the first letter of the state you wish to view.

Please note: the information posted in this listing is subject to constant change. Contact the Club directly to verify meeting location, dates, times, etc. Forward new club listings and/or updates to current listings to: ARclubs@cqcomm.com

States Alabama through Georgia

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DeKalb County Amateur Radio Club meetings every fourth Tuesday. Contact Greg Sarratt, P.O. Box 1841, Rainsville, AL 35986; 256/337-3636; w4ozk@arrl.org; www.w4gbr.org

East Alabama ARC Club meeting on the third Tuesday of the month. Classes every Tuesday night at the EMA building. Testing (ARRL) also on the third Tuesday night at 5:45 p.m. ARRL books are available. Contact Richard Battles, WB4BYQ, 908 Avenue B, Opelika, AL 36801; 334/745-0540; W4LEE.org

Birmingham Amateur Radio Club BARC meetings are the first and third Thursdays of every month, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Business meetings are the first meeting each month with the Board Of Directors meeting typically at 6:30 p.m. (visitors are welcome); Program meetings are the second meeting of the month. Members and visitors often gather earlier for conversation and refreshments around 6:30 p.m. both meetings.

BARC Volunteer Examiner Program Test Sessions are held here the first Sunday of Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct and Dec at 2:00 PM Central Time.

Contact Ken Adkisson, P.O. Box 603, Birmingham, AL 35205; wb4fay@wb4fay.com; http://www.w4cue.com

Heart of Dixie ARS Meets monthly on 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. CT. Club station, ARRL VE Testing, evening meal before meeting. Monthly menu on website($5.00 per person for meal, advance notice of attendence requested) Warm, friendly club atmosphere. Contact Donald Huey, KA4NDY, P.O. Box 407, Loachapoka, AL 36865; 334/502-1233; ka4ndy@arrl.net; http://w4hod.com

Huntsville Amateur Radio Club (K4BFT). Website: www.harc.net, P.O. Box 423, Huntsville, AL 35804. Large, active and friendly club: public service, Field Day, Huntsville Hamfest each August. Meets weekly Fridays at 7:30 PM at the American Red Cross Bldg., 1101 Washington Street. Contact Tom Duncan KG4CUY, 256-539-7544, email: duncant1@ds-s.com.

Marshall County Amateur Radio Club For meeting times, announcements are made on the Skywarn Net, 8:00 p.m., Monday and Traffic Net S, 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, on the 147.380 repeater, PL 100, and 146.920 repeater, PL 77. Contact Jim Poe, 256/878-2136, kg4gon@bellsouth.net, http://www.qsl.net/mcarc-al/index.html

Montgomery ARC Meets 7pm on the 3rd Monday of every month at the Montgomery Red Cross, 5015 Woods Crossing. Contact Mark Wintersole, P.O. Box 3141, Montgomery, AL 36109; president@w4ap.org; www.w4ap.org

Muscle Shoals Amateur Radio Club, serving Northwest Alabama. Meets on the first Saturday of the month at the Florence Public Library in Florence, Alabama at 9:00 AM. Anyone with an interest in Amateur Radio is welcome and encouraged to attend. When holidays fall on the first weekend of a month, club meeting will be held on the following Saturday. Contact: tkenimer@gmail.com

Shelby County ARC (SCARC) meets at 7:00 p.m. on second & fourth Thursdays each month at the American Red Cross offices, on Valleydale Road just east of the I-65 Overpass. The address is: 4524 Southlake Parkway - Suite #5 - Hoover/Pelham, AL 35244. URL at www.W4SHL.com and repeater is 146.98 (-). Contact: Shelby County ARC, P.O. Box 815, Alabaster, AL 35007; Club Officers listed at: www.W4SHL.com

South Baldwin Amateur Radio Club (KI4ELU) serves the southern part of Baldwin County, Alabama from I-10 to the Gulf Coast and the Eastern shore of Mobile Bay to Florida. We provide severe weather reports and emergency management information to local media, public service, and civil defense agencies. http://www.sb-arc.com/

Tuscaloosa Amateur Radio Club. Website: http://www.w4kcq.org Contact Rusty Hoyt, KG4QBE, Shelby County Amateur Radio Club, Alabama. 2nd/4th Thursday each month 1900 local. American Red Cross Office. Alabaster, AL. Joe Ford, K4NVJ, k4nvj@arrl.net


Anchorage Amateur Radio Club is the largest Amateur Radio organization in Alaska with over 250 members. Our club is dedicated to public service, emergency communications, and the advancement of Amateur Radio through education and technical excellence. Meetings are held th first Friday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Carr-Gottstein building at Alaska Pacific University, 4101 University Drive, Anchorage, Alaska. Contact Fred Erickson, Membership Chairman, P.O. Box 101987, Anchorage, AK 99510-1987; 907/345-2181; membership@kl7aa.net; http://www.KL7AA.net

The Great and Honorable Leo Society (Gahleos) is a group of Alaska Amateur Radio enthusiasts who operate the low Earth orbiting satellites. However, our interests include all Space-based and Amateur Radio communications and many are also members of AMSAT http://www.amsat.org/. Our group charges no dues and elects no officers. Occasionally we do call for papers and present them in conjunction with the groups dining experience (The LEO Lunch). SETI http://www.SETI.org/ enthusiast are welcomed. Contact Dan O'Barr, KL7DR; 907/373-2569; P.O. Box 873981, Wasilla, AK 99687; http://gahleos.obarr.net; kl7dr@amsat.org

The Juneau Amateur Radio club (JARC) (KL7JRC)is the amateur radio club of the Capitol City of Alaska--Juneau. The JARC meets the first Wednesday of each month at the National Weather Service building at 8500 Mendenhall Loop Road beginning at 7:30 pm. Each Wednesday at noon we hold a luncheon at the Safeway Deli. Visitors are welcome at either gathering. The club has agreements with the National Weather Service (WL7NWS) and the Barlett Regional Hospital to provide radio support in emergency incidents. We also support other response agancies whenever they call upon us. We participate in various contests including ARRL Field Day. FCC license classes and exam are provided as requested. The JARC maintains a system of repeaters in the Juneau area. In downtown Juneau go to 146.82 down 600. For further information contact Pat Moore, President, at 907 209 6716, or JARC, PO Box 35484, Juneau Alaska 99803-5484, or JARC@QSL.net.

Matanuska Amateur Radio Association (M.A.R.A.) is an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) affiliated club. We are a general interest amateur radio club, with approximately 100 members and they are involved in every aspect of Amateur Radio. We make a special effort to participate in the community by providing two-way radio communications support for public service events, field days, marathons, sled dog and snow machine races, avalanche rescues, wild land fires, and other calamities. MARA hosts an annual Ham fest (swap meet flea market) in the spring. Several club members volunteer their time to teach classes for those who wish to obtain an Amateur (Ham) Radio license or upgrade their license privileges, with FCC Volunteer Examiners scheduling exams regularly. The club owns and operates a VHF repeater under its call sign KL7JFU, 146.850/.250 MHz and it s located at KL7VE's QTH and we also own and operate a Packet Node with the call sign KL7JFU-2, (alias Valley)!, 147.960 MHz simplex and it s located at KL7DY's QTH. Meets 7 p.m. the last Friday of every month at Fire Station 61, on Lucile Street, Wasilla, Alaska. Talk in on 146.43 simplex. Contact Richard Plack, P.O. BOX 873131, Wasilla, AK 99687-3131; 907/745-5222; http://www.kl7jfu.com; kl7dy@arrl.net

Moose Horn Amateur Radio Club is dedicated to the art of Ham Radio, enhancing individual operational and technical skills as well as providing communications during local and national emergencies. Located on the Kenai Peninsula in South Central Alaska. The MHARC meets once per month on the first Thursday of the month. Locations are announced via Email and the local 2 meter repeater. Meeting time is 7:00pm. All persons interested in Amateur Radio are invited to attend. The club supports a repeater located between Soldotna and Kenai. Frequencies are 146.28 RX / 146.88 TX tone 141.3 with autopatch. The transceiver is a Motorola Micor with an S-Comm controller. The antenna is located at an elevation of 200' above ground level on a 225' hill 1.5 miles north of Soldotna. Contact Robert Rowley, AL2B; P.O. BOX 2305, Kenai, AK 99611; 907/283-1958; http://www.qsl.net/al7le/; n7buo@alaska.net

South Central Radio Club. 8023 E. 11th Ct. Anchorage, AK 99504. Meets 2nd Fri./monthly, 7 p.m., UAA Business Ed. Bldg., RM, 220, KL7CC, (907) 338-0662. For info: club rptr 146.97(-) PL 103.5HZ


BARC (Batesville Area Radio Club) monthly meeting the fourth Thursday of every month 7:00 PM, First Community Bank St. Louis & Harrison St., Batesville, AR; www.barchams.org

Cross County Amateur Radio Club ARES/RACES SKYWARN Terry Busby W5ARS, 115 Carwell Cir, Cherry Valley AR 72324 http://www.crosscountyarc.cjb.net

Greers Ferry Amateur Radio Club - W5GFC. A very active club in the Greers Ferry Lake area. We meet six days a week at local coffee shops. See webpage for times/directions. http://www.qsl.net/w5gfc Repeater - 147.33+ W5KEC-Ken, w5kec@arrl.net KB6FO-George, kb6fo@artelco.com

North Arkansas Amateur Radio Society (NAARS), Harrison, Arkansas. Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m., at North Arkansas College, south campus. Club website: www.naars.org

Pine Bluff Amatuer Radio Club Meets 3rd Saturday of each month at Local restaurant at 0800AM. Net each tuesday night on 146.700-. Info: n5rn@arrl.net


Arizona Repeater Association. P.O. Box 35758, Phoenix, AZ 85069-5758. Operates 20 VHF & UHF rptrs. in AZ. Meets 4th Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., APS Shure Building, 2124 W. Cheryl, Phoenix, AZ Info: www.goodnet.com/indirect/www/ara

Cochise Amateur Radio Association. P.O. Box 1855, Sierra Vista, Arizona 85636. General Amateur Radio club. Club active in contesting, RACES and Army MARS. http://www.qsl.net/k7rdg/. Contact Grant, WB6OTS at 520/378-1822 or email lghays@c2i2.com

Coconino Amateur Radio Club (CARC), P.O. Box 15, Flagstaff, AZ 86002-0015. Club metings are held the second Thursday of every month at the Law Enforcement Administration Facility (LEAF), 911 E. Sawmill Rd., Flagstaff, Arizona. CARC is an ARRL affiliated club. We strive to service our community by providing emergency communications as needed and providing communications for public service events in Northern Arizona. We welcome all new and prospective Hams and offer study guides and conduct classes on an as needed basis. Check us out at: http://www.cocoradio.org or email us at: info@cocoradio.org if you have any questions or would like more information about our club.

Green Valley ARC. Club meeting 2ed wed. every mo. except June, July, Aug & Sept.GV SAV Building. Breakfast 7.30 AM Wed. every week, Year around.[normaly 20 to 30 Hams]. Contact Gene Schouweiler, 214 N Crocodile Rock Dr., Green Valley, AZ 85614; 520/207-4706; theschou@cox.net

London Bridge Amateur Radio Association The Club has a General Membership Meeting on the third Thursday each month at 7:00 p.m. except for, June, July, and August. The meetings are held at the Lake Havasu Yacht Club, 631 London Bridge Road, Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403

The Club has 40+ Members and provides radio communication local events, including: parades, lake events, MS charity bike rides, walk-a-thon's, field day, and local Hamfest's, etc. Most important is our EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION SUPPORT for Local, State and National needs. Contact Info k7lhc@lbara.net

Motorola Amateur Radio Club of Arizona (MARCA Inc) (W7MOT) is an ARRL affiliated club. Members across the entire Phoenix area, and Arizona. Provides and maintains mountain top voice FM, APRS, Digi, DStar repeaters open to all amateurs(many repeaters are used for public service and emergency nets). Monthly meetings 3rd Tuesday, at 6:00PM. See website for meeting location and more info: http://www.w7mot.org

Northern Arizona DX Association The Northern Arizona DX Assn ,meets the 3rd Wednesday, monthly, 7 p.m. at McCoy Motors on Switzer Canyon Rd in Flagstaff. We are a DX chasing & contesting club. Our club organized the annual RT 66 on the Air event.We are very active and offer many contesting awards to our members. Come join us! For more information contact Rich, NN7D, at 928-526-4237; NN7D@msn.com

Old Pueblo Radio Club, (OPRC). P.O. Box 42601, Tucson, AZ 85733. Meets 2nd Wed./monthly, 7:15 p.m., Tucson Med. Cntr., Grant & Beverly St. in the AZ Rm. of the Volunteer's Bldg. (1st bldg. on the left going north off Grant).

Oro Valley Amateur Radio Club (OVARC) Tucson and Southern Arizona's largest open Amateur Radio club. Meetings are held on the 3rd Friday evening of every month at 7:00 PM. LOCATION: Resurrection Lutheran Church - 11575 North 1st Avenue Oro Valley, AZ. Meetings open to ALL licenced Hams or ANYONE interested in Amateur Radio. We have exciting and informative guest speakers each month! VISIT OUR OPEN, LINKED REPEATER SYSTEM: 146.620(+) PL 156.7, 444.100(+) PL 156.7, 146.190(-) PL 156.7, 440.400(+) PL 156.7. Echolink Node #99946. We also offer VE sessions, new Ham license classes, contesting, fox hunting, a large annual Hamfest, group trips to Dayton and other Hamfests, a huge Field Day operation, well equipped HF club station at the Oro Valley Police substation near Oracle Road and Tangerine. VISITORS WELCOME! Club details and activities are always listed on the club website: www.tucsonhamradio.com; Email: randy@w0hf.com - Club Callsign: WØHF - See you at our next meeting!

Radio Society of Tucson (RST Club) Meetings held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Cox Media's conference room. 1650 E. River Road, Suite 201. (Just West of River and Campbell near the post office). The public is always welcome, Hams or not.
Meetings include a guest speaker on various amateur radio topics. The club is active in contesting, elmering, social events and other Ham-related activities. This is a very active and constantly growing club with a rich history. Contact Joe Thompson, P.O. Box 37005, Tucson, AZ 85740; n3sru@comcast.net; http://www.rstclub.org

Superstition Amateur Radio Club, Inc. Meets 3rd Tue/monthly 7 p.m. Mesa Community College campus; corner of Dobson Rd and Southern, Mesa, AZ. Check http://wb7tjd.org for room location. Net each Wed at 8 P.M. 147,12 +600/PL 162.2. Contact Jim Hoggard, K7MY; 805/360-0661; P.O. Box 21522, Mesa, AZ 85277-1522; k7mby@msn.com; http://www.WB7TJD.org

The Thunderbird Amateur Radio Club (TBARC) is a general interest amateur radio club that serves North and Northwest Phoenix, Glendale, and Peoria, Arizona. Meets the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Thunderbird School of Global Management see web site for details.

The TBARC 2m repeater, W7TBC operates on 146.70 MHz with a minus 600 kHz offset and a 162.2 Hz sub-audible tone. The TBARC 70 cm repeater, W7TBC operates on 446.150 MHz with a minus 5 MHz offset and a 100 Hz sub-audible tone, both repeater are linked.

Thunderbird Amateur Radio Club, PO Box 30841, Phoenix, AZ 85046-0841; www.w7tbc.org

Western Arizona Radio Club Meetings the 4th Mon of each month with the exception of June, July and August. At the Bullhead City Library located at 1170 Hancock Rd.Bullhead City AZ. 145.170- no/pl For more info contact k6cem@ctaz.com or write to WARC PO Box 416. Bullhead City AZ.86442 http://communities.msn.com/WesternArizonaRadioClub

West Valley Amateur Radio Club meetings held at 7:00 p.m., 1st Monday every month at St. Clement of Rome Social Hall, 15800 Del Webb Blvd, Sun City, Arizona. www.westvalleyarc.org/

Yavapai Amateur Radio Club - Serving amateurs in the Prescott, Prescott Valley, and Chino Valley areas of Central Arizona. Meetings: 3rd Thurs/monthly 7:00 p.m. at the Granite Mtn Middle School, 1800 Williamson Valley Rd, Prescott. Weekly info Net: Wednesday's 7:00 p.m. on the 146.880- (100.0 PL) repeater. Mail: P.O. Box 2689, Prescott, AZ 86302. Website: www.w7yrc.org Contact: Rex Mauldin, N7NGM, Club President 520/636-1228 or rxer@joimail.com

Yuma Amateur Radio Club Yuma Amateur Radio Club meetings are held 1st Tuesday of the month from October thru April at Yuma Community Food Bank, 2404 E 24th St.(Conference room) -- at 7:00PM MST... FCC Testing is scheduled every month during September thru May at the Yuma Sheriff's Station... For Testing information and Testing times contact: Robert KØLQB 928/344-6469 -or- Beverly KB7ROB 928/342-9460... If, you are in Yuma, you may also check-in to the Yuma area Morning Round-Up Net-- Monday thru Friday at 9:00 a.m. MST 146.840(-)PL 88.5 -and- 449.925 (-)PL 88.5 ... Contact George, K7YMA; 928/314-0025; http://www.qsl.net/k7ya


Associated Radio Amateurs of Long Beach club, W6RO, meets 1st Friday monthly, Signal Hill Community Center, 1780 E. Hill St., 7 p.m. Also weekly W6RO net on Fri. 7 p.m. 145.520 MHz (except meeting night). Contact Thomas Gibbons, W9EYB, P.O. Box 7493, Long Beach, CA 90807; phone 562/529-8644; http://www.aralb.org or info@aralb.org. Great meeting programs.

Association for Young Ham of Southern California A.Y.H.S.C, Contact Nick, KG6BWP at kg6bwpnick@lycos.com (760)247-9151 www.ayhsc2001.homestead.com/ayhsc2001.html

Amador County Amateur Radio Club. P.O. Box 1094, Pine Grove, CA 95665. Meets 1st Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Jackson Sr. Cntr., 229 New York Ranch Rd., Jackson CA. Info: call 146.835(-). 

Amateur Radio Club of Anderson, (ARCA). Meets 2nd Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., VFW #9650, 3210 W. Center St., Anderson, CA. Net every Tues., 7:30 p.m. on 146.640 freq. Website: www.snowcrest.net/bgorski/index.html

Antelope Valley ARC meets at 7:30 p.m. on the 4th Thur (3rd Thur in Nov/Dec) monthly at: Lancaster City Hall, Emergency Operations Center, 44933 Fern Ave., Lancaster, CA; Net at 8:00 p.m. Wed 146.73 (-) pl 100.0. Contact: Vern Eubanks, 661/822-8772; e-mail: k0lvs@yahoo.com; website: www.avarc.av.org.

Amateur Radio Club of El Cajon. The club provides radio communications support for a variety of activities of other organizations in the San Diego area. The club promotes and provides training and license exam testing for amateur radio and related aspects such as emergency operations. Club meetings are the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm. The club meets at the First Lutheran Church in El Cajon located at 867 South Lincoln Ave, El Cajon, CA 92020

Contact Information: www.WA6BGS.US, email: wa6bgs@WA6BGS.US, mail: Amateur Radio Club of El Cajon, Inc., PO Box 50, El Cajon, CA 92022. 619-213-2693

Anaheim Amateur Radio Association We meet the 4th Tuesday of every month (except December) at the City of Anaheim Utility Service Center, 909 E. Vermont, Anaheim. Meeting starts at 7:00 PM. We also have free "elmer" classes! See our website for more info. Contact Barry Ives, K6QJ; PO Box 2242, Anaheim, CA 92814; 562/691-6202; http://www.aara.org

Barstow Amateur Radio Club Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month except December. Time 7:30 p.m. Location Diamond Pacific , corner of West Main and Western in Lenwood. Contact Jock Soutar, KC6IIH, P.O. BOX 451, Barstow, CA 92312; 760/617-1334; Kc6iih@aol.com; wa6tst.org

Beach Cities Wireless Society. P.O. Box 4016, San Clemente, CA 92674. Meets 2nd Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Ole Hansem Beach Club, 105 W. Avenida Pico, San Clemente. Rptr. 146.025 (+) PL 110.9  

Benicia Amateur Radio Club P.O.Box 1881, Benicia, CA 94510. Meeting: 2 nd Tuesday of each month. 7:30 pm. Benicia Fire Station 11, 150 Military West. Benicia; groups.yahoo.com/group/beniciaarc; 707-745-3157

Big Bear Amateur Radio Club The BBARC meets at the Big Bear Lake Fire Station on the last Saturday of each month at 1830hrs local time. All are invited to hear technical speakers, meet local hams, and contribute to other club business as well. Contact Bill Young, BBARC President; P.O. Box 790, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315; 909/553-3564; k6wey@arrl.net; BBARC.org

Coachella Valley ARC. meets 7 p.m. on the Second Tuesday of the month form Sept. to June. at the Cathedral City Fire Dept. 32100 Desert Vista Rd, Cathedral City, Ca. 92234. Contact Info: Maureen K6BSC at 760/346-3046. Net Thurs. 7 p.m. 146.025(+) PL 107.2. Also if in low desert call out on DRA Tram repeater 145.480 - PL107.2 All info can be found on the club web www.qsl.net/k6bsc

Conejo Valley Amateur Radio Club (CVARC) - meeting the third Thursday of each month, 7:30 PM, East County Sheriff's Station, 2101 East Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360. Pre-meeting technical assistance session. Meetings are open to the public and members bring friends. Classes, exams, social events, construction projects, and FUN. www.cvarc.org

Contra Costa Communications Club, Inc., WD6EZC/R. P.O. Box 20661, El Sobrante, CA 94820-0661. Meets 2nd Sun./monthly (except May & Dec.), 0630, Baker's Square Rest. in Richmond, CA. Info: E. Caine, KA6OFR, (707) 996-0962.

CREST Communications is an ARRL Affilate ARC and is chartered by REACT International as team #4252. Meetings are at Corona Senior Citizens Center, 10th & Belle Streets, Corona at 7 pm the 1st Thursday of each month. www.CrestCom.org Contact: Ed, KB6DOL (909) 279-9358 or e-mail : info@CrestCom.org

Desert Radio Amateur Transmitting Society (RATS) Meets 4th Tuesday 7pm September thru May. Call on repeater 146.94 - PL107.2 or Secretary David, W6OPS cdrs@pobox.com. Also if in low desert call out on DRA Tram 1 repeater 145.48 - PL107.2 or on Tram 2 145.200 - 131.8, both busy repeaters. Contact David Simpson, Secretary, P.O. Box 1167, Palm Springs, CA 92263; 760/799-6406; cdrs@pobox.com; www.thedesertrats.org

The Desert RATS meet at 7PM on the third Tuesday of the month 425 Civic Avenue, Palm Springs Civic works yard Conference Center. The Club has Tech and General Classes and VE Testing. For information email Peter Reinzuch ve7rez@desertrats.am We are supporters of Riverside County ARES http://rivcoares.ning.com/. We have regular Monday night Voice and Digital NETS using PSK125 beginning at 7PM on 146.940 -PL107.2 Membership in the Club is open to anyone in the USA. You can apply online and pay with Pay Pal.

Downey Amateur Radio Club Inc., W6TOI. Meets 1st Thur.of the month at 7:30pm. Meetings are at The First Baptist Church, 8348 E. 3rd St. Entrance via double glass doors on the north side of 2nd St. Nets:Tue. 7 pm 445.640 (-)pl 156.7 and Thur. 7:30 p.m. 145.595 simplex. Contact Tom Van Buskirk, K6TV, P. O. Box 207, Downey, CA 90241-0207; 562/861-3085; tomk6tv@cs.com; www.w6toiarrc. org

East Bay ARC, Inc. Meets 2nd Friday/Monthly, 7:30 p.m., Salvation Army,4600 Appian Way, El Sobrante, CA. Contact Randy Jenkins, KA6BQF, P.O. Box 1393, El Cerrito, CA 94530; 510/526-4089; ka6bqf@arrl.net; w6cus@qsl.net

Escondido Amateur Radio Society, EARS, meets the 2nd Thursday of every month at the Escondido Salvation Army, 1301 Las Villas Way, Escondido, CA at 7 p.m. For info visit our web site at www.earsclub.org

Estero Radio Club, Inc. P.O. Box 6521, Los Osos, CA 93412. Meets second Saturday every month at 1 p.m. at Sheriff's auditorium near end of Kansas Ave., San Luis Obispo, CA http://www.sloradio.net

Fam-Comm Amateur Radio Association Looking for a Family Repeater to hang out on with your sons and daughters or a friendly repeater system that your spouse will feel comfortable talking on? Here we are!

We are a family repeater system. The Fam-Comm Amateur Radio Association (FCARA). Our repeaters are located on Sierra Peak at 3,100 feet, on Mt. Wilson at 6,00 feet and in Blythe Ca. at 2,000 feet. Our linked repeaters are on 146.610 (-offset) pl-103.5 and 445.760 (-offset) pl-156.7.

We are linked to Echolink (Node #44576) too which enables hams from around the world to access our system 24 hours a day and we are one of the few systems that still has an autopatch (phone line hooked up to our repeaters to allow you to make short calls home or wherever to relay messages. We have regular bi-monthly meetings and events for the whole family to participate in and yes, it is a great learning environment.

Go to our website to learn more or e-mail us. We'd LOVE to hear from you! "Come join us - We're Family"! http://www.K6FAM.com or famcomm@gmail.com or 714/656-3466 and leave a message!

Thank you and 73, Mark Christian - KB6SRT - Trustee

Contact Mark Christian, P.O. Box 4911, Garden Grove, CA 92840; 714/656-3466; famcomm@gmail.com; http://www.k6fam.com

Foothills Amateur Radio Society (FARS) Monthly meetings on 4th Fridays (3rd Friday Nov & Dec). Monthly Amateur Radio Technology Day on 1st Saturday. Annual banquet, Field Day, license classes, monthly newsletter. Contact Mikel Lechner, KN6QI, 436 Memphis Drive, Campbell, CA 95008; 408/376-0578; kn6qi@sbcglobal.net; www.fars.k6ya.org

Fresno Amateur Radio Club. Informative Meetings are the 2nd Friday at 7:00 p.m. at Cedar Lanes Bowling Alley, Cedar and Shields in Fresno. Net Sunday 7:00 p.m. on W6TO/R 146.94- pl 141.3 HZ. Tech net Wednesdays at 7:pm on W6TO/R. Contact Steve Bassett, NA6G, P.O. Box 5912, Fresno. CA 93755-5912; 559/392-4058; na6g@w6to.com; www.w6to.com

Fullerton Radio Club Third Wednesday of each month at the Fullerton Senior Center. Meeting starts at 7:30 pm. Contact Gary Miller, KA6GPC, P. O. Box 545, Fullerton, CA 92836; 714/529-2893; ka6gpc@aol.com; http:/www.FullertonRadioClub.org

Garlic Valley ARC Meets last Saturday each month at 8:00 a.m. at Sunshine Restaurant, 6120 Monterey Street in Gilroy, CA for breakfast. The South County ARES net is held each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. on W6GGF/R (147.825 -.600, PL 100Hz). Contact Woody Woodruff, P.O. Box 2178, Gilroy, CA 95020-2178; 408/779-7625; woodyrat@garlic.com; www.qsl.net/gvarc/

Golden Empire Amateur Radio Society, (VEC). P.O. Box 508, Chico, CA 95927. Club call W6RHC, rptr. 146.85(-). Meets: 3rd Fri./monthly, 7:30 p.m. at 345 Cherru St. (Library Rm.), Chico.

Golden Triangle Amateur Radio Club. Meets 4th Mon./monthly 7:00pm.,Rancho Cal. Boardroom.42135 Winchester Rd. Temecula CA. Rptr: 146.805 (-) PL100. Contact Bill Smith, P.O. Box 1335, Wildomar, CA 92595; 951/678-9120; smith5365@verizon.net; www.qsl.net/gtarc

The Independent Radio Club are a family oriented radio club located in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. We get together to camp, learn about new amateur happenings and to help each other out. Our club has a repeater in the San Fernando Valley at 445.340 minus PL 103.5. Come on out and check us out! Contact Leon Brown, 3624 Foothill Blvd. #1, La Crescenta, CA 91214; 818/720-8331; kc6jar@juno.com; www.ircradio.org

Imperial Valley Amateur Radio Club, P.O. Box +09, Seeley, CA 92273-0608. VHF Net every Wednesday 1930 PDT on 146.07/67 (pl 103.5) repeater, slow speed CW net follows at 2000 PDT on 7.060kHz. http://www.qsl.net/kc7eqw. Contact Bruce Thompson, WB7RHT, kc7eqw@qsl.net

Inland Empire ARC, P.O. Box 1433, Ontario, CA 91762. We meet the first Saturday of the month in the conference room at the Pomona First Federal Bank, 333 N. Euclid Ave., Ontario, CA 91761. Contact Chuck Sweeten 909/623-2933 for information. Talk-in is 145.460 PL 77.0 123.0

Kern County Central Valley Amateur Radio Club, Inc. (W6LIE) Club meetings are the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7pm. The location is 1905 Wilson Rd., Bakersfield, CA in the Veteran's Hall. The Hall is located behind the library. Our Club can be contacted via an Amateur Radio Hotline (661)872-1557. Our webpage is www.w6lie.org

Kings Amateur Radio Club Meetings every 3rd Thursday each month at 7:30 PM at the Kings County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 1400 W. Lacey Blvd, Hanford, CA Repeaters: 147.33 PL 100, 145.11, 147.24 For more info, contact Carleton Reed, AA6GZ (559) 924-4221 Website: www.qsl.net/ka6q

Lassen Amateur Radio Club, P.O. Box 270011, Susanville, CA 96127. Meetings 3rd Saturday at 8:30AM at Country Kitchen Restaurant, Main Street, Susanville, CA. 146.880-PL 91.5, 146.835- PL 91.5, 146.910- PL 91.5, 443.025+ PL 91.5.

Livermore Amateur Radio Klub, (LARK). Meets 3rd Sat./monthly, 9:30 a.m., City Council Chamber, 3575 Pacific Ave., Livermore, CA. Net Mon. 1900 on 147.12(+). For info: LARK Secretary, P.O. Box 3190, Livermore, CA 94551-3190. (510) 846-6513. 

Los Banos Amateur Radio Club. Meets 2nd Sat./Mounthly, 7 p.m., Los Banos Police Annex Building, Across from City Hall on J Street. Info: M. Germino, AD6AA, (209) 826-0903, email: AD6AA@arrl.net Net 147.060(+) PL 241.8. Website: www.aa6lb.com

The Madera County Amateur Radio Club meets the first Thursday/monthly at 7 p.m. at the United Methodist Church at 500 Sunset Ave., Madera, CA. Contact Mark Hammonds, AD6VN, 559/673-0560; P.O. Box 251, Madera, CA 93639; e-mail mark_ad6vn@sbcglobal.net; website http://www.qsl.net/w6wgz

Manteca Amateur Radio Club Meeting every 1st Thursday at Manteca Fire Station #1 Training Building, 290 S. Powers St., at 7:00 PM. Let us help you with your Amateur Radio Training and Testing goals. Contact Matthew Schiller, P.O. Box 545, Manteca, CA 95336; mschiller@alum.mit.edu

Marin Amateur Radio Society Meets 1st friday of the month at the Alto clubhouse on Shell Road in Mill Valley at 7:30 pm. Write: c/o Norm Baetz WA6CLK Sec., P.O. box 6423, San Rafael, CA 94903.

Morongo Basin Amateur Radio Club, (MARC). Meetings held third wednesday at 19:00 in the Joshua Tree Community Center, 6171 Sunburst, Joshua Tree, CA. Club website: http://www.whitsweb/marc liason: Ed Dickman, KF6MVB@qsl.net

Moreno Valley Amateur Radio Assc. Meetings held second thursday each month at Moreno Valley City Hall. Time 7 p.m. Talk in repeater 449.300 pl 103.5 Contact Glen Johnsen, 951/924-2517, P.O. Box 7642, Moreno Valley, CA 92552; mvaranet@yahoo.com; http://www.mvaranet.org/

Motorcycling Amateur Radio Club. Meets 2nd Sat./month; 8 a.m., Lake View Cafe, 2099 E. Orangethorpe, Placentia, CA, at 91 Fwy/Lakeview. Info: Ray Davis, KD6FHN, 949/551-1036 or 949/551-2010. 

Mount Diablo Amateur Radio Club meets 3rd Fri./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 1035 Carol Ln., Lafayette, CA. Net Thurs. 7:30 p.m. on 147.06(+) PL 100Hz. Contact Trevor Hall P.O. Box 23222, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523; 925/228-1730; wa6jau@netzero.net; www.mdarc.org

Naval Postgraduate School ARC K6LY. Second Thursday 1900 Room 136, Spanagel Hall, NPS Campus, Monterey, Ca. Max Cornell K0MC 831-883-0491 cornell@redshift.com  K6LY repeater 146.970 pl 94.8,

Nevada County ARC. Meets 2nd Mon./monthly, 7 p.m, at the Salvation Army Meeting Room 10725 Alta Street - Grass Valley,CA. Net Tues. 7 p.m. 147.285 (PL 151.4). Contact Charlie Kotan, K0TAN, web address http://ncarc.org/; lindasue@mail.telis.org (530) 273-2008. 

North Hills Radio Club. ClubName: North Hills Radio Club, Inc. monthly meetings at 7:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday at the North County Corporation Yard at Elkhorn Blvd.and Don Julio Blvd. in Sacramento. Field Day, annual picnic, code classes, antenna builds and more! Contact Maynard Wright, W6PAP; P.O. Box 41635, Sacramento, CA 95841-0635; 916/726-1673; k6is@arrl.net; www.k6is.org

Oakland Radio Communication Association (ORCA) meets first Saturday of each month (no meeting July – weekend after Labor Day Sept.) at Oakland Fire Station #1 OES Media Room (17th and MLK) weekly net Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. 146.880 + 77. Talk-in on same frequency. www.ww6or.com, P.O. Box 21305, Oakland, CA 94620-1305, email wb6ner@arrl.net.

Orange County Amateur Radio Club. Meets 3rd Fri./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Orange County Red Cross, 601 N. Golden Circle, Santa Ana, CA. 146.550. Contact Bob Buss, KD6BWH, (714) 534-2995. www.w6ze.org

Orange Radio Amateurs Club Meetings held every Wednesday from 10:30-11:45 a.m. Casual, all ages, and general interest. First week of the month dedicated to CW practice, copy, etc. Presentations, instruction welcome. 2-meter net Wednesdays 9:00 a.m. 146.895 -600 PL-136.5. Contact Mike Maierhoffer KF6PVY/KG6YSX; 714/997-7203; kg6ysx@msn.com

Oroville Amateur Radio Society meets 1st. Fri./monthly at 7:00 p.m. St. Paul Episcopal Church, 1430 Pine St., Oroville. Contact John Hunt, K7XE, 530/589-4734; www.w6af.org

Palos Verdes Amateur Radio Club Meet 3rd Wed of the month at Hesse Park Community Room, 29301 Hawthorne Blvd., Ranch Palos Verdes, Ca club repeater K6PV 447.120(-) PL 100.0
Contact Rick Murray, K6WXA, P.O. Box 2316, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274; 310/544-0982; ranger209@cox.net; www.palosverdes.com/pvarc

Pasadena Radio Club meets 7-9 p.m., 4th Tues. each month, (except Dec.) bus. + guest speaker, at Kaiser-Permanente HQ building, 393 E. Walnut, Pasadena, CA (NW corner Los Robles and Walnut, b/t Fair Oaks and Lake Ave exits of 210 freeway). Free parking in bldg. Weekly Net: 7:00-7:30 PM Tues.(except 4th Tues.) on 2M W6MPH/R.{145.180, [-], PL=156.7}. Classes: times vary. Ham Radio for pub. events: CropWalk; AC-100 (Ultra Marathon); Scout Expo, BSA; Senior Olympics; L.A. Marathon; TORRA: Tournament of Roses Radio (Rose Parade); Field Day; Officers change annually. Contact: Phil Barnes-Roberts, AD6PQ; 626/791-0851; P.O. Box 282; Altadena. CA 91003-0282; e-mail AD6PQ@arrl.net; Visit www.qsl.net/W6KA

Paso Robles ARC Meets the 1st Monday of the month (except Dec.), 7 p.m., 600 Nickerson Dr.(Centennial Park meeting room), Paso Robles, CA. Info: prarc@sbcglobal.net, website: pasoroblesarc.org. Contact John Stettler, P.O. Box 6044, Atascadero, CA 93423; 805/462-2410; ki6dwp@yahoo.com

Poinsettia ARC. Meets 1st Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., First Christian Church, Telegraph Road. & Teloma Drive, Ventura, CA. For info: Jim Casper, N6PIQ, (805) 649-1445 

Poway Amateur Radio Society. Meets at 8:00 a.m. for breakfast at The Hamburger Factory in Old Poway Park at 14122 Midland Rd. Contact Gary Kent 858/679-0578; P.O. Box 992, Poway, CA 92074-0992; e-mail N6PWY@arrl.net; website http://home.san.rr.com/jmcnair/pars/index.html

Redwood Empire DX Assoc., W6KB. P.O. Box 455, Santa Rosa, CA 95402. (707) 544-4944. DX & contest club. Dinner mtg. 3rd Wed./monthly, 6:30 p.m., Carrows Rest., Hwy 101 & E. Washington, Petaluma. www.redxa.com

Rio Hondo Amateur Radio Club Meetings: Second monday of each month at 7:30 PM. Location: 6767 Passons Blvd. Pico Rivera, Ca. Club Email: RHARC1@juno.com Website: http://www.qsl.net/rharc Contact: Jacob, KF6DKY F6DKY@juno.com

River City A.R.C.S. Meets 1st Tues./monthly, 7 p.m., SMUD Bldg., Don Julio at Elkhorn, Sacramento, CA. Licenses classes offered. Info: 916/492-6115.

S.A.T.E.R.N. Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network Riverside and San Bernardino Counties Section - VHF net Sunday evenings 8PM - 147.300 + PL 123.0 - Visit our web site at, www.satern.net

Sacramento Amateur Radio Club. Meets 2nd Wed./monthly, 7 p.m. Sac. Blood Ctr., 32nd St. & Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA. Info net at noon on rptr. W6AK/R 146.91(-)PL100. Visit us at: www.w6ak.org or contact Les Ballinger 916/393-4775 or wa6eqq@arrl.net

Sacramento SOTARS, the Sacramento "Old Timers" Amateur Radio Society meets with QCWA Chapter 169 on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 11:00 AM at Denny's Restaurant, 7900 College Town Dr. (near Howe Ave. and FWY 50). A General Meeting follows the no-host lunch. A presentation follows, which may be on any Ham Radio subject such as New Equipment, DXpeditions, or new technology. Contact Jim Jolly at ph 916-966-2244 or w6rwi@arrl.net Guest are always welcome. No fees.

Sacramento QCWA--Chapter 169 of Quarter Century Wireless Assn., meets with SOTARS for lunch at 11:00 AM every 2nd Wednesday at Denny's Restaurant, 7900 College Town Dr. (near Howe Ave. and FWY 50). Check out our website: http://sotars-qcwa.webs.com/ A general meeting follows the no-host lunch. A presentation follows which may be on various Ham Radio subjects such as new equipment, DXpeditions or new technology. Contact Jim Jolly, W6RWI, 916-966-2244, or w6rwi@arrl.net Guests are always welcome. There are no fees.

Sam's Radio Hams - A Chapter of the Good Sam Club and affiliated with the ARRL. A group combining Ham Radio and RVing. See http://www.atyour.com/srh for details or write the SRH Secretary, Madolyn Lacy,at 7845 Ritchie Street, Long Beach, CA 90808-3136.

San Bernardino Microwave Society (SBMS) The San Bernardino Microwave Society is a technical amateur radio club affiliated with the ARRL, with a membership of over 90 amateurs. The focus of the club is microwave activities in the Southern California area. Our sister club is San Diego Microwave Group (SDMG). Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month, from 7:00 PM to 9 PM at the American Legion Hall, 1024 Main St., Corona, CA 92882. http://ham-radio.com/sbms/

San Bruno Civil Defense Radio Club K6PVJ Meets the first Wednesday of the month at 7:30 P.M. in the basement of the City Hall of San Bruno CA. 567 El Camino Real, San Bruno CA. Net is at 7:30 P.M. on Mondays on 146.430 FM Simplex Website is www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Congress/4725

San Diego Six Shooters Amateur Radio Club. We are a loose knit group of Amateur Radio enthusiast who live in the San Diego, CA and operate primarily on th 6 Meter band. the group of founders are based pimarily in the East County area of San Diego but we want to encourage everyone in the San Diego area to join.

The San Diego Six Shooters Amateur Radio ARC general meeting is held on the Third Mon of the month at The Ranch House Restaurant in Santee, CA @ 7 p.m.

For More information, visit our website: http://n6six.50megs.com/. Contact Joe Acevedo, N6SIX, 619/561-0377; e-mail n6six@yahoo.com

San Francisco Amateur Radio Club Meeting are Third Friday each month ( Oct & Dec meeting are canceled Oct. Pacificon & Dec is our Xmas Party) 8:00 p.m. at the V.A. Hosp (Ft.Miley) 4150 Clement St. X 42nd Ave Building # 7 1st floor. Contact Tony Dowler. President, 2165 Filbert St # 300, San Francisco, CA 94123, 415/563-2111, ars.k6bv@gmail.com, www.sfarc.org

The San Gorgonio Pass Amateur Radio Club (SPARC) – W6PRC is located in Banning, Ca. and dedicated to the interests of radio communications, emergency preparedness, and a wide variety of volunteer services to its members and the community. Our club website is at: www.W6PRC.org

San Joaquin Valley Amateur Radio Society Speaker meeting 1st Friday of each month, 7:00 p.m. Talk-in 146.82 -600 offset PL 141.3 Contact Carole, W6TTF, 5730 N First Street Ste 105-114, Fresno, CA 93710-6200; 559/288-7597; w6ttf@amsat.org; www.sjvars.com

Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club Monthly meetings - 3rd Friday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Goleta School Administration Building 401 North Fairview Avenue, Goleta, club repeater: K6TZ 146.790 PL 131.8 Contact Michael Ditmore, P.O. Box 3907, Santa Barbara, CA 93130-3907; 805/569-5700; president@sbarc.org; www.sbarc.org

Santa Clarita ARC, W6JW, Inc. P.O. Boz 801524, Santa Clarita, CA 91380-1524. Club meets the third Wednesday of every month at the Santa Clarita City Hall,23920 Valencia Blvd., Santa Clarita, Ca. 91355. Meetings start at 7:00pm. Nets every Monday, except national holidays, at 2000hrs. Club repeaters: 146.790(-)pl.123;linked to: 445.300(-) pl.100 and 51.86(-)pl.82.5. Back Up repeater:146.970(-)pl.123. Amateur Radio Newsline supporter. Contact Jim Osment W6OZZ, 661/296-8597; nugget1961@sbcglobal.net; WWW.W6JW.ORG

Sequoia Amateur Radio Group First Saturday of each month except December. Held at KRV Youth Center, 3640 Golden Spur, Lake Isabella, CA 93240. Meetings start at 9:30 AM followed by VE exams at 11AM. Talk in 146.550 (S). More info contact Skip, N6SR, 760/379-8428

Sierra Foothills ARC PO Box 6421 Auburn, CA 95604-6421. Club meets 2nd Friday of each month 7:30pm at Auburn Library 350 Nevada St Auburn, CA. Talk in on 145.430 -600 162.2 pl Contact: Bob, K6UDA 916-871-0726 http://www.w6ek.org

Sierra Amateur Radio Club of the High Mojave, POB 1442, Ridgecrest CA, 93556-1442. Second Wednesday, 7:30 PM, Sept-June, Ready Room, Heritage Inn, 1050 N. Norma St. Ridgecrest CA. Translator 146.64 MHz (-600kHz) Web site http://www.ridgecrest.ca.us/~caseycct/sarc/ Contact: Elvy Hopkins N. LV ehopkins@ridgenet.net

Sonoma County Radio Amateurs, Inc. W6LFJ. P.O. Box 116, Santa Rosa, CA 95402, (707) 579-9608. Meets 1st Wed./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Auburn Libary (Beecher Rm.), 350 Nevada St. Thurs, nets 7:30 p.m. 145.430(-) PL 94.8, Sun. net 7:30 p.m. 28.415

South Bay ARC. P.O. Box 536, Torrance, CA 90508. Meets 3rd Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Torrance Memorial Hosp., 3330 Lomita Blvd., Torrance, CA. Talk-in on WB6MYD rpt. 244.38(-). Info: (310) 328-0817.

Southbay Amateur Radio Society (SOBARS). SOBARS is an active Ham Radio club with members from San Diego, National City, La Mesa, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach and San Ysidro, California. Our club callsign, K6QM, honors the momory of longtime SOBARS member John Weiting, who became a Silent Key in 1998.

SOBARS meets the first Thursday of each month at the Norman Park Center, 270 "F" Street in Chula Vista. Meetings start at 7:00 PM and always feature a guest presentation. Refreshments are served at the break and we're out by 9:00, when the center closes. Voting members pay annual dues of $10.00 to support the club's activities, but there is no need to be a member (or even be a ham) to attend the meeting. All are welcome.

We have two "nets" on Tuesday night. A 2m voice net is on a local repeater, 146.640 + (107.2 P/L). The control operators do not like you to "kerchunk" the repeater. If you transmit to see whether your radio is working, please ID. Net control is Dick Cupp, K6SJA.

The club holds Field Day as K6QM. Lately we have been doing Field Day at the elementary school in Eastlake, on Greensview Drive. Visitors, Ham and non-Ham alike, are always welcome at Field Day. Watch this page for additional info (or send e-mail to express your interest).

SOBARS' members are active in ARES, RACES, and the Special Olympics. We conduct monthly Volunteer Examiner sessions in Chula Vista for individuals wishing to obtain or upgrade ham licenses. If you're interested in taking an exam, call SANDARC at 619/465-EXAM (3926). If you don't get a response, please email SOBARS. To get ready for your test, you may want to attend Ham school. Contact us to find out about classes.

SOBARS is an ARRL Special Service Club.

Contact Chuck Vinson KF6FJU; 619/300-9979; imagesbycharles@yahoo.com

Southern Sierra ARS. Meets 2nd Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m., Veteran's Hall, 125 East F St., Tehachapi, CA 93561. Contact: Caroline, KD6KMN, (661) 822-5995. 147.06(+), 224.42(-), 145.090(S) Packet.

South Orange ARA (SOARA) Meets third Monday (4th Monday Jan/Feb) monthly at the Norman P. Murray Community Center, 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo. VE Testing 5:30 p.m., meeting 7 p.m. Info: soara@soara.org Rpt: 147.645­ PL 110.9 Contact Membership Directors Horst or Marie (KD7JHR@soara.org or KD7JHS@soara.org ) , P.O. Box 2545, Mission Viejo, CA 92690 www.soara.org

SRI Amateur Radio Society SRI International, 333 Ravenswood Ave.,Menlo Park, CA 94025. Club Station W6SRI, Repeaters, N6NFI 145.23, W6SRI 1283.15 Contact: John Larribeau 650/859-5906

Tri-County Amateur Radio Assoc. P.O. Box 75, Claremont, CA 91711-0075. Meets: 2nd Wed./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Bracket field, pilot's lounge, 1615 McKinley Ave., La Verne, CA 91750. Info: www.tcara.org

Trinity Country ARC. P.O. Box 2283, Weaverville, CA 96093. Meets 2nd Wed./monthly, County School Adm. Bldg. in Weaverville, 7:30 p.m., Rptrs: WA6BXN 146.73(-) PL 85.4, W6HOR 146.925(-) PL 85.4.  

United Radio Amateur Club, K6AA. The United Radio Amateur Club, K6AA, has a home in the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, Berth 84, Foot of 6th St. in San Pedro, CA 90731. Meetings are on the 3rd Fridays monthly (except August and December at 1900 local time. K6AA monitors 145.52 simplex when manned at the museum. The museum is open to members and their guests most Tuesdays through Saturdays from 1000 to 1630 and on Sundays from 1200 to 1630. Contact Doug Dowds, W6HB, Berth 84, Foot of 6th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731; 310/834-1695; w6hb@arrl.net; www.k6aa.org

U.S.S. HISSEM DE/DER-400 AMATEUR RADIO CLUB - N5HVN 36878 Harford Ave, Barstow, CA 92311. Charles J. Walsh - Trustee 760-256-8060.
Hours: TBA see http://www.nhvn.org

Vaca Valley Radio Club. Meets 2nd Wed./monthly, 7:30 p.m. (Board mtg., 7 p.m.) Vaca Fire Dist. Stn.,Vine St. in Vacaville, CA. Rptr. WD6BUS 145.47(-) PL 127.3. Gerald Grossardt, (707) 447-0869. 

Ventura Amateur Radio Society (VCARS) meets the first Wednesday monthly at radio station KDAY, 950 Flynn Rd., Camarillo, CA. We hold Field Day at the Ronald Regan Library and will be operating as special event station N6R! Any contacts with us on FD are eligible for a certificate. See our website for details: www.vcars.org.

Victor Valley Amateur Radio Club . P.O. Box 869, Victorville, CA 92392. Meets 2nd Tues./monthly, 7:00 p.m., Lewis Center, Mana Road, Apple Valley, CA. Talk-in 146.94(-), PL 91.5. Net Sun. 7 p.m. 146.94(-). www.victorvalleyarc.com

W6MHS Amateur Radio Club We are W6MHS, Moorpark High School Amateur Radio Club. We meet every Friday at 11:30 am in Mr. Baker's meteorology room (F-4)

This fall, we are launching the nation's first amateur radio/emergency preparedness class (RADIO - radio amateurs and disaster preparedness). This elective class is open to 9th through 12th grade students and will feature Amateur Radio licensing, disaster preparedness skills, CPR, and First Aid.

Please contact Mr. Baker (NC6B) at 805-378-6305 if you have any questions.

Contact Tom Baker, NC6B, 4500 Tierra Rejada Dr., Moorpark, CA 93021, 805/378-6305 ext. 3033; tbaker@mhsweather.org; www.mhsweather.org

W6MID, Mid-Valley DX Club, located QTH is Encino, California and we are building our membership as a DX Club. Please contact (Joe-KB6HT)
West Coast Amateur Radio Club, (WCARC). P.O. Box 2617, Costa Mesa, CA 92628. Meets 3rd Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m., Fountain Valley Sch. Dist. office, 17210 Oak St., Fountain Valley, CA. 145.440 PL 136.5. For info: Jane, KD6ODV, (714) 531-6707

Western Amateur Radio Association First Monday of the Month, Sizzler Restaurant, 1401 N Harbor, Fullerton, CA 92835. Contact Dino Darling, P.O. Box 5565, Fullerton, CA 92838-0565; 562/652-7285; dino@k6rix.com; http://www.waraham.org

Western Placer Amateur Radio Club Western Placer ARC meets the third Thursday of the month at Kim's Country Kitchen, Lincoln. We also meet informally on Saturdays for breakfast at 7:30. Club net is 19:00 local on 145.25, minus, 162.2 PL. ContactName: Steve Harding, KT6Z, 395A So. Highway 65, #162, Lincoln, CA 95648; kt6z@arrl.net; www.parcnet.org

Westside Amatuer Radio Club. P.O. Box 11092, Marina del Rey, CA 90295. Meets 4th Tues./monthly, 7:30 p.m., W. Dist. R. C. Bldg., 11355 Ohia Ave., W L.A., CA (VA Cntr. grounds). Net Tues., 8 p.m. 146.67(-) except mtg. night. Website: http://www.qsl.net/wa6rc Voice Mail: (310) 478-7555

West Valley ARA WVARA, West Valley ARA, meets 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross, 2730 N. First Street in San Jose. Radio net every Tuesday 8:30 pm on 147.39(-) rptr, pll tone off. Guests welcome. Info at www.wvara.org Contact Jon Kelley, P.O. Box 6544 San Jose, CA 95150; 408/865-0874; k6wv@wvara.org

Willits Amateur Radio Society, (WARS). P.O. Box 73, Willits, CA 95490. Meets 4th Monday at 7 PM at the Brooktrails Fire House. Talk in 145.130, PL 103.5 Contact John Lemmer, W6FQX, 707/459-6342; lemmer@cwia.com; k6mhe.com/wars

W6SF, meets Monday nights at 8pm on 147.165 (Pine Grove is where the repeater is) the Stockton/Delta Amateur Radio weekly net. The club meeting themselves are the first Thursday of the month at the Bear Creek Firehouse off Thornton Road just south of 8 Mile road in Stockton. 7:00 pm. AA6K is currently club president.

Yolo Amateur Radio Society. Meets 1st Tues./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Explorit Science Center, 3141 5th Street, Davis CA. Contact Dave Nishikawa, KC6YFG, (916) 756-6375/Talk-in 144.430. yars.org

Yuba-Sutter Amateur Radio Club, (YSARC). P.O. Box 1169, Yuba City, CA 95992. Meets 2nd Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m. Location announced at Mon. net, 7 p.m. on 146.085. 


The 285 TechConnect Radio Club focuses on education, motivation, and encouragement to achieve a higher amateur radio license class, to explore the amazing facets of amateur radio, and to grow the ranks of amateur radio through license classes, public demonstrations, formation of middle school, high school clubs and other youth clubs and in other ways that promote amateur radio in a positive, creative way.

We meet at the Inter Canyon Fire Department Station #3 on US-285 about 8.5 miles southwest of the C-470 and US-285 intersection just before Windy Point on the north side of the highway – 8445 US-285, Morrison, CO 80465. Contact Steve Finch, AI0W, ai0w at arrl.net. Web site: www.na0tc.org.

Bolder Amateur Radio Club (BARC). Meets third Tuesday monthly, 7 PM at Boulder Airport Executive Air Terminal, 3335 Airport Rd., Boulder, CO (downstairs). Talk-in 146.70(-) Info email BARC70@arrl.net and for current info and newsletter at http://www.qsl.net/w0dk

Castle Rock Repeater Group, Denver Metropolitan area, Denver, CO. Net on Sunday morning at 9:30 AM on 146.67 MHz. Everyone welcome. Come check out the friendliest Club in Colorado. Contact: Carl WH6ANH at carlwh6anh@aol.com or 303-766-2969. Visit our Club web site at: www.qsl.net/crrg/index.html

Denver Radio Club, 6511 W 74th Ave, Westminster, CO 80003. Meets 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm at El Jebel Shrine, 4625 W 50th Ave, Denver, CO. Talk-in 145.49(-). For more info e-mail: w0tx@w0tx.org or see our site: www.w0tx.org

Estes Valley Amateur Radio Club Meetings EVERY Saturday Morning: 7:00 a.m. at the Olympus Lodge, Estes Park, CO Breakfast and ragchewing - Everyone is Welcome Visitors, Locals, Hams, Prospective Hams Contact Dave O'Farrell, WB0IXV, 1240 Tall Pines Dr., Estes Park, CO 80517; 970/577-7372; info@evarc.org; www.evarc.org

Kent County Amateur Radio Club(DE) 7 p.m. second Tuesday of each month @ Kent County Emergency Services Bldg.Dover, DE. Contact Don Durk, c/o Kent Co.Emergency Services Bldg. 911 Public Safety Blvd., Dover, DE 19901; 302/735-7929; ka1dwx@comcast.net; KCARC.net

Mesa Verde Area Amateur Radio Club Time: 1900 Local; Date: Second Tuesday of the month; Location: Cortez Journal Building on Smith St. Contact Johnny Shepherd, KD5LWU, 970/564-5908; P.O. Box 518, Cortez, CO 81321; kd5lwu2@charter.net; www.mvaarc.org

Park County Radio Club (PCRC) is a general interest club service amateurs in Park, Chaffee, and western Teller counties. The Club supports three repeaters - 146.895 (100hz. pl.) Bailey
146.910 (100hz. pl.) Kenosha Range
147.090 (100hz. pl.) South Park
448.175 (100hz pl.) Kenosha Ranch.
We're a friendly group who enjoys ham radio and good friendship. Come join us!!
MEETINGS - held the fourth Saturday monthly, alternating between South Park (even months) and Bailey. Contact E.R. (Padre) Bova, WØWPD, P.O. Box 16, Bailey, CO 80421-0016; 303/838-6568; www.abØpc.org; WØWPD@earthlink.net

Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association ARRL Special Service Club, providing activities and fellowship for hams in Southern Colorado! Meetings second Wednesday monthly at 7:00 p.m. Panera Bread 3120 New Center Point Colorado Springs. Weekly net Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. 28.390 MHz. Contact Douglas Nielsen, N7LEM, 719/282-9137; P.O. Box 16521, Colorado Springs, CO 80935 info@ppraa.org; www.ppraa.org

Ski Country Amateur Radio Club - KØRV meetings are generally every two months. VE testing is offered at all meetings and by arrangement if someone wants to test. Sunday evening 2 meter Net, 146.880 pl 107.2 at 8:30 pm local time every Sunday. Links to this repeater include 70cm links to east and west, and EchoLink. Contact Mark Hoffman, WØXJ, 970/948-8048; P.O. Box 302,Carbondale, CO 81623 kØrv@kØrv.com; www.kØrv.com


CQ Radio Club, Torrington, CT 06790 — Interested in ARES events and conducting classes. Meets third Tuesday monthly 7 p.m. at the Boys Scouts Building, 241 Kennedy Dr., Torrington, CT 06790

CANDLEWOOD AMATEUR RADIO CLUB (CARA) is the largest Amateur Radio group in Western Connecticut and among the longest established clubs in the Greater Danbury Area. CARA was established in 1931 and observed its 80th anniversary in 2011. Our general interest club serves the many towns around and near Candlewood Lake and focuses on advancing technical knowledge, operating skills, fraternalism and public service. CARA hosts four repeaters under the memorial club station W1QI and is the proud sponsor of the Connecticut QSO Party. The club’s primary area repeater is 147.30+ PL 100. CARA meets on the second Friday of every month at 8 p.m. at the Stony Hill Fire Station, Route 6, Bethel, CT. All with an interest in Amateur Radio are welcome. Additional information about the club, copies of the club’s newsletter, officer listings and related information can be found at the club’s website: www.danbury.org/cara.

EASTERN CONNECTICUT ARA - K1MUJ Meets 2nd Monday Monthly 7:30 PM at Day Kimball Hosp Putnam Ct. Contact Paul M. Rollinson KE1LI; Daytime Phone: (860) 928-5147; Evening Phone: (860) 928-2456; Email: K1MUJ@arrl.net

Housatonic ARC Contact Barbara Moyher, P.O. Box 331, Stratford, CT 06615, 203/375-5894 x256, WE1M@arrl.net http://www.housatonicarc.homestead.com/index.html


The NEW ENGLAND QRP Club. WEB address: www.qsl.net/wq1rp Administrator: Dennis Marandos - K1LGQ. K1LGQ@ARRL.NET We are a 5 watts or less club and love to build, operate, erect antennas and just "get out" and have RF fun. Our motto is "THE EXCITEMENT IS BULDING...." We meet on CW Thursday night at 8:30 (Eastern time) at 3.565 MHz. We meet on phone on 40 meters QRP Frequency - 7.285 MHz weekly Tuesday.

Newington Amateur Radio Club Meet first Monday/monthly 7 p.m. Newington Senior Center 120 Cedar Street, Newington,Ct 06111. Contact Richard Gianetti, 860/985-9137, 20 Oxford St., Wethersfield, CT 06109-1723, KB1KGX@arrl.org, www.narl.net

Northville Amateur Radio Association. General interest club. We meet on the first Monday of the month at the VFW post lounge in New Milford Connecticut at 7:00 PM. Please see our website for meeting information and programs. We also have a linked repeater system providing good western Connecticut coverage. Contact James Delancy, WJ1D; 11 Geiger Road, New Milford, CT 06776; na1ra@na1ra.com; http://www.na1ra.com

PVRA Repeater Club. Linked Repeater coverage throughout Connecticut. 12+ repeaters. IRLP and Echolink available. Meetings: 4th Wednesday of Month. See Website for more info. Club Call W1HDN. Contact Don, AC1V, P.O. Box 903, Manchester, CT 06045-0903; membership@pvra.net; http://www.pvra.net

Shore Point Amateur Club, (SPARC) Meets 3rd Mon./monthly 8p.m. Senior Center, West Haven Town Hall. Talk in 147.505 (-1meg) p177 N1LFE web address www.sparcweb.net

Stamford Amateur Radio Association Located in Stamford CT. 146.655 PL-100 Hz. Meetingsheld on the first Thursday of every month in the 4th floor of the Stamford Government Center. at 8:00 P.M. Map and full infomation on website: www.qsl.net/w1ee Email: ctsara@juno.com

Tri-City Amateur Radio Club. P.O. Box 686, Groton, CT 06340-0686. Meets 2nd Tue./monthly, 7 p.m., St. Lukes Lutheran Church of Gales Ferry on Rt. 12. Info: Bob Dargel, KA1BB, (860) 739-8016.

The Waterbury Amateur Radio Club meets on the third Monday of each month (Except December) at the "Chapel Hall", 10 Center Street, Prospect, CT, at 7:30 PM. See our Web site for more information. http://www.qsl.net/w1las/

Western CT. DX Club Meets 1st Tues/monthly, 8 p.m., Brookfield Com. Cntr. (on Pocono Rd. across from Brook- field P.O.) Info: contact Victor at: victoras@EROLS.com


First State Amateur Radio Club Meeting fourth Thursday of the month 8:00 p.m. CONECTIVE DATA CENTER. Contact Scotty Moyer, W3URR, 302/798-8447, P.O. BOX 1050, Newark, DE 19715, SCOTTYM@DBC1.COM, http://www.fsarc.org/

Lewes Amateur Radio Society Lewes ARS (W3LRS) meets on the 1st Wednesday monthly at 7:00 p.m. at the Lewes Presbyterian Church, 133 Kings Hwgy., Lewes, DE 19958. The purpose of the Society is to promote and further Amateur Radio knowledge, fraternalism,individual operating proficiency and to exchange technical information and cooperation among its members. We now have a 2 meter repeater (W3LRS) that operates on: 147.330 MHz. +600 KHz., PL Tone 156.7 Hz. For further information visit our website at www.lewesars.org,or contact Mike McClanahan, VP/Public Relations, W3RMM at w3lrs.dol.net

Sussex Technical High School Amateur Radio Club. Meetings at 3:20 on Tuesdays in the Sussex Tech Electronics Room. Contact Justin Kates, P.O. Box 351, Georgetown, DE 19947, 302/945-8485, jtrocks@mchsi.com www.kb3juv.com/club.htm


The Alphalpha Repeater Group a friendly, active group. Club repeater "N4AAC" on 145.310 PL Tone 103.5 contact Mike Anderson 4541 50th Ave North St. Petersburg , Fl 33714; 727-488-0111; email manders2@tampabay.rr.com. We meet the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM at Biff Burger 3939 49th St N, St Petersburg, FL 33709-5731

Boca Raton Amateur Radio Association meet on the first Tues/monthly at 7:00 p.m. At the Palm Beach County library 18685 State Road 7 Boca Raton, Fl Contact Walt Dreyfus secretary, W4WCD, 954-481-5327; 21512 Woodchuck Lane, Boca Raton, Fl 33428; W4WCD@ARRL.NET www.brara.org

Bradenton Amateur Radio Club Meets first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. At Manatee County Central Library, 1301 Barcarrotta Blvd, Bradenton,FL. Contact Lou Mallow, AG4OD for more information - 941-746-3748. Contact Lou Mallow, P.O. Box 814, Oneco, FL 34264; 941/746-3748; ag4od@arrl.net; http://www.k4brc.com

Citrus County ARC c/o WA6QEC, 9680 N. EMELLIA Ave. Citrus Springs, Fl 34433. Meets 3rd Monday of each month at the Citrus Cty EOC at 7 P.M. W4IIR/R, 146.955,(+),600Hz www.geocities.com/citruscarc

Clearwater Amateur Radio Society, Second Thursday of the month, 7:30 PM, Morton Plant Hospital - Tuttle Room, Jeffords and Ft. Harrison (1 mi south of downtown Clearwater) TI: 146.97 (103.5) 224.94 444.575 (131.8) Contact Al Hann, K4ALH at 727-785-4277 or k4alh@arrl.net

The Charlotte Amateur Radio Society meets 7:30 P.M. the 2nd. Thursday monthly at the Royal Palm Retirement Center 2500 Aaron Street at the corner of Harbor Blv'd. Port Charlotte, Florida. Info WA4LHO 941-639-2530

Englewood Amateur Radio Society E.A.R.S meetings are held the third Thursday of each month 7:30 p.m. At the Englewood United Methodist Church 700 E. Dearborn St. ( near Pine & River Rd. ) Englewood FL Contact Ken Anderson, W4JQT, P.O. Box 572, Englewood, FL 34295, 941/475-3172, kand2@verizon.net, earsradioclub.org

Extra Class Amateur Radio Club The Extra Class Amateur Radio Club has moved from the Florida Maritime Museum to the Anna Maria Island Power Squadron USPS. We have a club station there. Repeater 147.300/147.900 100 Hz. tone. Contact Joseph Rubin, W4CBJ, P.O. Box 550, Cortez, FL 34215-0550; 941-856-0500 pager; wx4tra@arrl.net

Flagler Amateur Radio Emergency Service: Meets every third Saturday at Flagler EOC or place to be determined. All licensed amateur operators are invited to join. We also have a local net on Wed nights at 1930 hrs local time. 147.075/R Tone 123 For more information please email us at info@flaglerares.net

Flagler Emergency Communications Association meets the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM ET. For more information, contact us at: info@flagleremcomm.org or if you are in the Flagler County Florida area, contact us on one of the following repeaters: 145.470 -600 pl 123; 145.410 -600 pl 123

The Flagler Palm Coast Amateur Radio Club (located in Grid Square EL99) was organized for the purpose of bringing together local ham radio operators having a common interest in the hobby of Amateur Radio and a willingness to serve the community through their expertise in the field of communication. FPCAMATEURRADIOCLUB.COM

Flagler Palm Coast Amateur Radio Club: Meets every second Saturday at 9 AM at the Flagler Palm Coast Public Library. We also hold a rag chew net every Monday night at 1900 hrs local time. On 147.075/R Tone 123 All are welcome to attend. For more information please email us at fpcarc@gmail.com

Florida Contest Group. A club for Amateurs in Florida who are interested in Amateur Radio Contesting. Club meetings are held in conjunction with major hamfests around Florida and occasinally at members homes. Contact Ron at wd4ahz@arrl.net or on the web at www.floridacontestgroup.org

Fort Pierce Amateur Radio Club has it's meetings on the 2nd Wednesday evening of each month. The meetings are held at the WQCS studios in Building Q at Indian River Community College located in Fort Pierce on Virginia Ave, and start at 7:30 PM Talk-in is available on the club repeater, (147.345+ PL107.2 or 444.800 as needed). Contact Kevin Walker, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce, FL 34982; 772/465-5252 w4kkw@aol.com; http://www.qsl.net/w4akh/

The Glorious Society of the Wormhole 3215 W Tambay Avenue, Tampa, FL 33611-1539 The Glorious Society of the Wormhole (W4ORM) meets monthly on the 1st Saturday at 11:00 p.m. at Lake Seminole Park, Shelter 13, located at 10015 Park Boulevard, Seminole, Florida. The purpose of the Society is to promote and further Amateur Radio knowledge, to exchange technical information and enjoy the fellowship of fellow amateurs. Our 2 meter repeater (W4ORM) operates on: 146.850MHz. -600 KHz., PL Tone 146.2 Hz. For further information visit our website at http://www.thewormholesociety.org/, join us on our weekly net on Thursday nights at 7:00 p.m. or contact President Bill Williams, AG4QX at AG4QX@ARRL.NET; 813/837-3833

Gold Coast Amateur Radio Assoc. Gold Coast Amateur Radio Assoc. is one of the largest Amateur radio organizations in Broward County Florida. The club is dedicated to public service,emergency communications and the advancement of Amateur Radio through technical and educational excellence. Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday each month at Imperial Point Hospital Fort Lauderdale, Fl. VE testing begins at 6:00 PM before each monthly meeting. Contact Robert Walter, PO Box 773, Pompano Beach, Fl.33061 or robwalter@comcast.net. Our web site is www.w4bug.org

Gulf Coast ARC. P.O. Box 595, New Port Richey, FL 34656. Meets 4th Mon./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Marchman Tech. Ed. Cntr., 7825 Campus Dr., Bldg. C, Rm C122, New Port Richey. WA4GDN rptrs. 146.67(-) & 145.33(-), serving all of Pasco County.  

Hernando County Amateur Radio Association Meeting the second thursday of each month at the Hernando County Community Activities Center, 205 East Ft. Dade, Brooksville, FL. Contact Robert P. Burns, P.O. Box 1721, Brooksville, FL 34605; 352/754-9773; w1lbv@arrl.net; hcara.org

Lake Amateur Repeater Association Meetings are the first Thursday of each month, 7:30 p.m., at the LARA clubhouse on CR 473, near the Lake Square Mall.. Everyone is welcome. Contact Paul K3NON, 11146 Springdale Ave., Leesburg, FL 34788; 352/455-6869; k3non@earthlink.net; http://www.k4fc.org

Lake Monroe Amateur Radio Society. P.O. Box 151353, Alamonte Springs, FL 32715. Meets 1st Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Winter Springs Community Center, Edgemon Street, Winter Springs, FL. Info: K. Lambert. KB4DCR, (407) 359-7767; www.lmars.org

Lakeland Amateur Radio Club, K4LKL. P.O. Box 187, Kathleen, FL 33849-0187. Meets 1st Mon./monthly, 7:00 p.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church Community Room (concrete block building directly behind the church), 730 South Florida Avenue, Lakeland, FL 33801-5210. Nets every Thurs. 7:00 p.m. on 146.685(-) K4LKL repeater. Webpage: http://lakelandarc.org/

Lake Wales Repeater Association Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month, 7pm, at the Lake Wales YMCA. WWW.LWRA.US

Manatee Amateur Radio Club Inc. Meets first Tuesday of the month at 7:00PM At Trinity United Methodist Church 3200 Manatee Ave West. Bradenton,FL. Contact Frank Morton, AC4MK for more information - 941-756-2823.

Martin County Amateur Radio Association The Martin County Amateur Radio Association meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at the Morgade Library, 5851 SE Community Drive (near Salerno Rd. at Martin Memorial Hospital South) Stuart, FL 34997 (map). Meetings are from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM. 2M Rag chew/swap net Monday nights 8 p.m. 147.060 + 107.2 tone. Contact Doug Shields, P.O. Box 1901, Stuart, FL 34995; 772/349-7820; w4das@arrl.net; http://www.mcaraweb.com/

OKEECHOBEE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB. Meetsthe first Monday/monthly (except holidays), 7 p.m., at the Village Square Restaurant, 301 W. South Park St., okeechobee, Fl. Talk in on 147.195 (+), PL100.

The Orange Park Amateur Radio Club meets on the third Thursday of each month 7:30 PM at Moosehaven's auditorium US 17 and Kingsley Av. Orange Park, Fl.. First Saturday Breakfast at Golden Corral 8:30 AM on Blanding Bv. Trustee/President = WB4CGD Larry Filzen wb4cgd@arrl.net

OPARC P.O. Box 1029, Orange Park, Fl. 32067-1029. Club repeaters WB4CGD 146.670 and 444.500 pl-127.3. ARES net Sundays 7:30 PM 146.670. Taigate Hamfest 1st Sat. in April. Main Jax Hamfest Last Sat. in October Morocco Auditorium Beach and St Johns Bluff Rd. WEB Page http://www.jacksonville.net/~lrich/opclub/index.htm

Panama City Amateur Radio Club (PCARC) Every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. with the business meeting the first Wednesday of the Month at 7:00 p.m. Contact Chuck Shanholtzer, W4CWS, 130 Church Avenue, Panama City, FL 32401; 850/819-6395; W4CWS@arrl.net; http;://www.w4ryz.org

Palmetto Amateur Radio Club - K4PAL. We are an 30 year old amateur radio club dedicated to public service and amateur awareness. Serving amateurs in Dade and Broward Counties, we have ATV, voice UHF and VHF repeaters with IRLP Nodes 7740 and 4022. We meet monthly every second Monday @ 7:30 PM at TY Park, in Hollywood, Florida. Contact Robert P. Broderick, WE4B, 954/524-6051, 3301 Island Dr., Miramar, FL 33023-5868 http://www.palmettoarc.org/, info@palmettoarc.org.

Palms West ARC Meets every 3rd Thursday monthly at Royal Palm Beach Fire station, 1040 RPB Blvd, Royal Palm Beach, FL. Nets held 8 p.m., Thursdays, 147.045 repeater. Contact Jeff Beals, WA4AW, P.O. Box 1584, Loxahatchee, FL 33470; 561/252-6707; wa4aw@arrl.net; www.freewebs.com/pwarc

Port Saint Lucie Amateur Radio Association. Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952 Club Meets second Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Contact Roy Cox, kt4pa@adelphia.net; http://www.qsl.net/pslara

Royal Palm Elementary School ARC- KG4MXH, Our club meets on Teusday at 1630z nd Fryday at 1500z. Membership is open to students at the school.We operate mostly over phone on 17 meters. Web address http://www.dade.k12.fl.us/rpalm/ham_main_page.html

Sarasota Emergency Radio Club, P.O. Box 21042, Sarasota, Florida 34276. Primary interest is in providing Emergency Communications assistance for Sarasota County. Meetings are the first Monday of the month, 7:30 PM at the Sarasota Red Cross Chapter House, 2001 Cantu Court. Contact email: sercsarasota@aol.com or call 941-350-2547 WWW.N4SER.org

South Brevard Amateur Radio Club. P.O. Box 2205, Melbourne, FL 32902. Meets 1st Tue./monthly, 7 p.m., Public Library, 540 Fee Ave., Melbourne, FL.

South Florida DX Association, meetings are on the first Wednesday every other month(starting January) in the Florida Medical Center on Oakland Park Blvd. at the Fl Turnpike. Contact Mark, K2AU, 954/583-2660; Oakland Park Blvd./Florida Medical Ctr., Ft. Lauderdale, FL; K2AU@arrl.net; www.qsl.net/k4fk

St. Petersburg Amateur Radio Club meets the first Friday of every month at 7:30 PM at the Salvation Army HQ at 3800 9th Ave N. St. Petersburg (Enter by the door at the rear of the Gym). We also have a daily net at 6:30 pm on 147.06 no tone. For more information, contact Ron Hall, President, president@sparc-club.org; www.sparc-club.org

Suwannee Amateur Radio ClubWe meet the First Tuesday of each month at our clubhouse in Live Oak, FL. Training and VE services provided, Public Service and Contesting as N4SVC. Please see our website www.suwanneearc.org for more information.

Vero Beach ARC, W4OT. P.O. Box 2082, Vero Beach, FL 32961. Meets 2nd Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Emerg. Mgmt., Indian River County Adm. Bldg., 1840 25th St. Net Mon., 7:30 p.m. 146.64. www.qsl.net/irar milt farber WB4IFM mfarber@gate.net

Villages Amateur Radio Club, Meets at 7PM 3rd Tuesday each month at Southside Pool Building in The Villages. Info: contact Richard Boehm, WA4IVS, President at 352-750-0329

Walton County Amateur Radio Club. 75 South Davis Lane, DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32433. Meetings the first Tuesdat of each month at the Walton County EOC on South Davis Lane in DeFuniak Springs. Meeting time is 7 p.m. Club repeater 147.285 MHz 100hz sub. More info, see: www.waltoncountyarc.com Contact Bill Bishop, N4EMA, 850/585-1121, n4ema@gdsys.net.

The Wellington Radio Club primarily serves the Western Communities of Palm Beach County although some members reside in other towns. Our club is dedicated to public service, emergency communications, and the advancement of Amateur Radio through education and technical excellence. We support the Wellington EOC and many members are CERT volunteers. Meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Wellington Community Center and informal Sunday breakfasts at 9am at Hilary's in Royal Palm Beach (see map on website). Contact Larry Lazar, KS4NB, President, 1213 White Pine Dr., Wellington, FL 33414, 561/385-2986 www.qsl.net/k4wrc, larry33414@aol.com.

The West Palm Beach Amateur Radio Group meets at 7PM on the 4th Wednesday every month in the Motorola Theater of the South Florida Science Museum. We are the largest Amateur Radio Club in Palm Beach County and an ARRL Special Service Club. The club maintains a permanent Amateur Radio station (WS4FSM) and Exhibit at the museum 7 days a week. Sunday breakfast meetings are at 9AM every Sunday (except for Field Day and Club Picnics). The location of the Museum and the breakfast meetings is on our website at www.wpbarc.com. We have links to all the other local clubs, countywide nets, and much more info on the site. We have an FM repeater and the only D-Star Repeater in the county both with weekly nets. We run almost continual licensing and other training classes and offer ARRL VE Testing. You can also visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WestPalmBeachAmateurRadioGroupInc. For more information contact Jerry Grant, KI4NUV@yahoo.com or 561-309-7272.


Athens Radio Club. 2152 Atlanta Hwy, Athens, GA 30601. Club meets first tuesday of the month at 7:30P in the club shack behind the Cooperative Extension services building at 2152 Atlanta
Hwy. Club web page (www.qsl.net/kd4qhb) VE testing every first Monday on even months at 7:00PM. HF Equipment available at the shack for members use. Contact Tim P.Piazza (Pres.) Phone : 706 769 9881or e-mail: helyboy@juno.com

Aford Memorial Radio Club, P.O. Box 1282, Stone Mountain, GA 30086-1282. Meetings 2nd Thursday/monthly at Killian Hall, 908 Killian Hill Road SW. 146.760-, 145.450-, Net daily 12:00 P.M., Sunday Night 7:00 P.M. Contact Al Hughes, NZ4A, (770)466-1845. www.totr.radio.org

Albany Amateur Radio Club The club meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at the SW Georgia Red Cross Chapter; 500 Pine Ave. at 7:00PM. 2 meter net each Monday on 146.82 at 9:00 p.m.. Bob Smith, K4PHE, 229/883-9633; P.O. Box 70601, Albany, GA 31708-0601; k4phe@bellsouth.net http://www.w4mm.com

Amateur Radio Club of Savannah, Inc. Contact David Delamater, K4DJD; P.O. Box 13342, Savannah, GA 31416; 912/412-4109; k4djd@comcast.net; www.qsl.net/arcs/

Camden County ARS/CCARS Meets the first Sunday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in the Camden County EOC, Lee St. Kingsland, GA. Local repeater N6EMA 147.195+ (118.8Hz) Echolink N6EMA-R 367437. Contact: CCARS PO Box 1244, Kingsland, GA 31548 www.ccars.org

Central Georgia Amateur Radio Club CGARC meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM at the First Christian Church, 100 N. Houston Rd., Warner Robins, GA. VE Testing is held prior to each meeting starting at 6:30 PM. Talk-in is available on the 146.850 (No Tone) repeater. Visit www.wa4ort.com for info.

Cherokee Capital Amateur Radio Society Meets the third Monday of each month at the Gordon Co. Extension office, 1 McDaniel Station Rd Calhoun GA. 443.675+ pl 100, 146.745- Info: Felton Floyd, AF4DN, 706/629-0369. af4dn@iwispr.net; www.qsl.net/k4woc

Coastal Amateur Radio Society meets the 1st Monday of each month 7:00 pm at the Southside Fire Station #1,10703White Bluff Road. 147.330 + pl 100Hz.,147.210 + Contact Steve Jonas; P.O. Box 14042, Savannah, GA 31416-1042; 912/355-6522; k4sdj@comcast.net; www.k4nlx.com

Coastal Plains Amateur Radio Club (CPARC) meets the second Saturday each month at 1:00 pm local time. Many members meet for lunch before the meeting. For lunch times, place and other information contact on 147.285 +600 (Ashburn-Tifton repeater), tone 141.3. Meeting is held at Mell Baptist Association Building, 4022 N. Tift Ave., Tifton, GA 31794. Club participates in Field Day, member groups attend region hamfest, has club building projects, and the club offers testing.

Columbia County Amateur Radio Club - K4KNS - Evans, Georgia: Meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7pm (except June and Dec.) at Chirist the King Lutheran Chuch in Evans, GA. Call on repeater 146.985 - or 444.900+ or 145.410-. We are a Special Service Club that operates several Special Events, is very active in ARES, conducts VE testing, teaches Ham-Cram courses, works with the BSA on JOTA, and has a lot of fun in general. Check out our website at ccarc.hamradioman.com for more information.

Dalton Amateur Radio Club, Inc. meets every 4th Monday 7:30 p.m. at the Dalton Public Works Dept. Meeting Room 532 Elm St. Dalton GA. Contact Bill Henderson, KU4DO, P.O. Box 211, Dalton, GA 30722-0211; 706/694-8833; ku4do@dalton.net; http://www.qsl.net/w4drc/

Fayette County Amateur Radio Club Premier radio club in south metro Atlanta, supporting the mighty 145.210 repeater. We support the ARRL, ARES, and Skywarn among other interests. The club meets the last Thursday of the month at various local restaurants. Contact Joe Domaleski, 770/716-7675; P.O. Box 3331, Peachtree City, GA 30269; ki4ask@fayetteares.org; http://www.kk4gq.org

Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society, (GARS). P.O. Box 88, Lilburn, GA 30048. Meets 2nd Tues./monthly, 7:00 p.m., EAA 690 Hangar at Briscoe Field Sports Aviation Complex Hangar 1, 690 Airport Road Lawrenceville, GA 30045. 147.075+ PL 82.5. Contact: Norm Schklar, WA4ZXV, wa4zxv@arrl.net.

Kennehoochee Amateur Radio Club Meeting held the first Tuesday of each month in Burruss Auditorium (H203) on the Southern Polytechnic Institute campus in Marietta, Georgia from 7:30PM-9:00PM. The club operates a repeater on Sweat Mountain on a frequency of 146.88Mhz(-) PL100Hz. The Kennehoochee Amateur Radio Club is an ARRL affiliated club. The purpose of the club is: A. To further the exchange of information and cooperation between members; B. To promote radio knowledge, fraternalism and individual operating efficiency; C. To promote: (1) Amateur Radio; (2) Public Service; (3) Education; and (4) Emergency Service.

To conduct club programs and activities as to advance the general interest and welfare of Amateur Radio in the community. KARC is a contributor to the "ARRL Big Project" to promote amateur radio in schools and the "Sallee Scholarship" program which helps a young Georgia ham seeking education. Contact Paul DeMoroney, Chairman; 678/793-8371; P.O. Box 1245, Marietta, GA 30060 w4bti@arrl.net; http://www.w4bti.org

Liverty County Emergency Communications Amateur Radio Club (LCECARC), P.O. Box 1484, hinesville, GA 31310. Meeting are the last Monday of the month at the Liberty regional medical Center classroom at 7:30PM, talking on145.470 repeater. Contact: Wall Rankin - Trustee email:lcecarc@qsl.net

Middle Georgia Radio Association (MGRA) P.O. Box 7686, Warner Robins, GA 31095. Nets, Monday 8 p.m. and Sunday 3:45 p.m. on 147.300. Meets 3rd Thur/monthly, 7 p.m., Corder Road Church of Christ, Warner Robins, GA Info: Mark Swann, AE1MS (478) 953-4778 or AE1MS@aol.com; http://www.WR4MG.org

Newton County Radio Club/Newton County Amateur Radio Emergency Services Newton County, Covington, GA. www.ncrcga.org; Contact WA4UJC - Charles Davis / EC; 10175 Starr Street; Covington, GA 30014; 770-786-6546; wa4ujc@gmail.com

NoGaQRP. Shepherd Center, 2020 Peachtree Rd., NW Atlanta, GA 30309. NoGAQRP meets every 1st SAT at the Shepherd Center~ 10AM. Always lots of Show-and-Tell projects. No dues, very informal, terrific bunch of folks. See club website at: www.nogaqrp.org for club FAQ and directions. Come join the fun!!! Contact Pickett Cummins, AD4S, at jpcummins@jpcummins.net

Northeast GA Amateur Radio Club The Northeast Georgia Amateur Radio Club serves Amateur Radio operators and radio enthusiasts in the Banks and Jackson County Areas. We hold our club meetings the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Commerce Public Library. www.ne4ga.org

North Fulton Amateur Radio League The North Fulton Amateur Radio League, NFARL-NF4GA, in the north metro Altanta, Georgia area operates three repeaters. 145.470-, 444.475+ & 147.060+ MHz. All sign with N4CLA/r. The club holds regular monthly meetings on the third Tuesday, participates in various activities such as JOTA, Field Day, and ARES. Contact Fred Moore, P.O. Box 1741, Roswell, GA 30077; 404/434-4499; n4cla@nfarl.org; www.nfarl.org

QRP ARCI QRP ARCI is devoted to building and operating QRP equipment defined as 5w or less on both phone and CW. The 64 page quarterly magazine is packed with articles to help you maximize your fun. Also, there are 10 contests each year sponsored by the club. AND lastly, there is the Four Days In May each year - fdim.qrparci.org Contact Jim Stafford, 1540 Stonehaven, Cumming, GA 30040; 770/993-9500; w4qo@qrparci.org; www.qrparci.org

Silvercomet Amateur Radio Society Our Club is an ARRL Special Service Club. Formed in 2003 we have a wide range of activities. From classes, to many Special Events Stations working with Scouting and young and old alike. Our meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. local time at the Paulding Chamber of Commerce in Dallas, Ga. Our club likes to help with the community and work with Digital Communications. You can find us on the WB4QOJ repeater 146.955 (-) 77Hz tone. We work closely with Paulding County ARES and we are a 501 (c)(3) not for profit club. Contact Lee McDaniel, P.O. BOX 1873, Hiram, GA 30141; 770/443-1688; wb4qoj@silvercometars.net; www.silvercometars.com

West Georgia Amateur Radio Society Meets every 2nd Tuesday at 7 p.m. - on odd numbered months - at an announced location, on even numbered months - at the Ryan's steak house on Hwy 61 just north of Carrollton. Contact Tim Tyson, KB4TIW, P.O. Box 1535, Carrollton, GA 30112; 770/876-9165; kb4tiw@bellsouth.net; www.wgars.com

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