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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 Hawaii through North Carolina

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Alii's Chapter, 10-10 International, very informal club, no meetings, no dues, no officers. Formed to promote friendship and spread the Aloha Spirit around the world via amateur radio on 10 meters. Club's website, https://www.hawaiian.net/~daryl/Alii/index.htm Club liason: John Martin, WH6EY, wh6ey@arrl.net

Battleship USS Missouri Amateur Radio Club Weekly breakfast meeting Tuesday 0700-0830 at Pearl Ridge Sizzler prior to KH6BB club station operations from Radio Central aboard BB-63. Check https://kh6bb.org Events Calendar. Contact Jim Davis, WH6Q, 808/484-0132, 98-1547 Akaaka St., Aiea, HI 96701; wh6q@arrl.net; https://kh6bb.org

Big Island Amateur Radio Club. P.O. Box 1938, Hilo, HI 96721. Meets 2nd Sat./monthly, 2 p.m., Keaau Community Ctr., behind Fire Station on Old Volcano Rd., Keaau. Talk-in on 146.88(-). Lunch, 11 a.m. Fridays, Hilo Hawwaiian Hotel - Queen's Court Restaurant.

Emergency Amateur Radio Club, (EARC). P.O. Box 30315, Honolulu, Hl 96820-0315. Meets 4th Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m. except Nov/Dec at Aiea United Methodist Church, 99-101 Laulima St., Aiea, Hawaii 96701. Contact Chris Colquhoun, NH7QH, 808/779-0814, nh7qh@arrl.net, www.qsl.net/earc

HAWAII QRP CLUB meets DAILY, 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. at Jack in the Box Restaurant, Mile 2 Volcano Highway, Hilo. Web page https://www.chemhawaii.edu/uham/hiqrp.html o r contact Dean Manley KH6B, e-mail: kh6b@arrl.net

Honolulu ARC meets Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov on the 3rd Saturday 0900-1100, Sizzler at Pearl Ridge on Moanlua Rd. Come for breakfast and fun meeting. Contact John Peters, K1ER 808/484-9748.

Honolulu DX Club & Honolulu QCWA Chapter meets every Tuesday morning for breakfast meeting. All are welcome. Bring your cameras. We meet at Sizzler’s restaurant at Pearl Ridge, Pearl City. Contact John at 808/484-9748 or Lee, KH6BZF at 808/247-0587.

Kauai Amateur Radio Club, (KARC) 47-726 Akakoa Place, #B, Kaneohe HI 96744. Meets 2nd Sat./monthly, 9:30 a.m., Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden., Kaneohe, HI. Info: 808/263-3872. Club liason & Activities Coordinator is John Martin, WH6EY, wh6ey@arrl.net, https://www.karc.us

Koolau Amateur Radio Club, (KARC). 45-145 Mikihilina St., Kaneohe, HI 96744. Meets 2nd Sat./monthly, 9:30 a.m., Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden., Kaneohe, HI. Info: (808) 235-3042. https://www.chem.hawaii.edu/karc/

Oahu D-Star Amateur Radio Club Well this is a new club for Oahu D-Star WH6DHT. Meeting at Bob's Big Boy, 2828 Paa St.,Honolulu, HI 96819 on the third Saturday of the month. VHF 145.450- DV WH6DHT C and UHF 442.700+ DV WH6DHT B. Contact Chris Colquhoun, NH7QH, 808/779-0814, nh7qh@arrl.net.

PACIFIC RADIO AMATEUR TRANSMITTING SOCIETY (PAC R.A.T.S.) Meetings are at different member's QTHs. Very informal club meetings. Usually soft drinks (nothing hard) and Pupus (Hawai'ian snacks) may be offered. The club is a DX and Contest oriented group which share hints and kinks of their station organization, layouts, operations and secrets dealing with both DXing and Contesting. Our goal is to spread the ALOHA spirit throughout the Pacific "Ring of Fire" and throughout the Pacific Basin from Hawai'i the entire year. Look for our contest scores.

However, we do not meet during December, due to the holidays We are presently working on updating our web site. However, a contact via e-mail to blkops001@hawaii.rr.com with your qualifications listed will be put to the group for consideration. ALOHA.


Bonner Co. Amateur Radio Club, (BCARC). P.O. Box 792, Ponderay, ID 83852. Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7 pm. Club net every other tuesday, 6:30 pm. Club repeater 146.780-. Organized to promote amateur radio and serve the interests of communities in Bonner County. k7jep@arrl.net; https://www.k7jep.org/

Kootenai Amateur Radio Society Meets 2d Monday of each month. Check website www.k7id.com for details. VE testing before meetings. Contact Tom Richmond, NI7W; 208/772-0907; ni7w@arrl.net

Lewis-Clark Amateur Radio Club Meets first Tue of the month at 7 pm Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport; EAA Chapter 328 Hangar; 270 O’Connor Road, Building N-14, Lewiston, ID 83501. VE test availabe during club meetings. E-mail: w7vjd@lewisclarkarc.org; mail address: LCARC, 1322 8th Avenue, Lewiston, ID 83501

Magic Valley Amateur Radio Club (MVARC) Meetings held second Saturday of each month, 9 a.m. VE Testing every other month. Web site: www.K7MVA.org. More info: Kelly Klaas, K7SU kelly@K7SU.com

Snake River Chapter of the Idaho Society Of Radio Amateurs MeetingDescription: Meets at East Minico Junior High School, 18th & H Streets, on the third Friday of each month at 7:00PM. Repeater contact on 147.00- 100PL. Meeting open to all interested persons, VE testing provided. Contact Robert D. Weaver, K7RDW; 208/679-2690; P.O. Box 515, Heyburn, ID 83336; k7rdw@arrl.net; https://srcisra.info/


Big Bend Amateur Radio Club Meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the HCESDA office 1006 Wabash, Carthage, IL 62321. Annually we sponsor weather spotters class in late winter. And an annual Hamfest in December located in Carthage, IL. Contact Brian Dougherty, N9BLD, P.O. Box 278, Carthage, IL 62321; 217/357-6004; n9xeg@mchsi.com; https://www.react2u.com/bbarc.htm

Bolingbrook Amateur Radio Society. P.O. Box 1009, Bolingbrook, IL 60440. Meetings 3rd Monday monthly,7:30PM Fire Station #5 1706 W. Rodeo Drive,Bolingbrook. Nets: Thursdays 8:00PM on WD9AKO 147.33+KHZ,WA9DIP 224.54-MHZ,WA9DIP 443.525+KHZ Website: www.k9bar.org Contact Phillip Rittenhouse (815) 838-4625, nw9v@ameritech.net

CENOIS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Meets on the second thur. (fun nite) and the fourth Thur. bus meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the Senior citizens center. We are a full service club. 146.730 pl.123.0 443.800 pl 123.0 Contact Jerry Sebok, 2397 So. FRANKLIN St. Rd., DECATUR, IL 62521-5303, 217/423-2095, n9rbq@warpnet.net, cenois.com

Chicago Amateur Radio Club Inc., P.O. Box 410434, Chicago IL 60641. Chicago's Oldest Radio Club, established in 1926. Meetings every 4th Wednesday of the month; held at Devry Institute of Technology, 3300 N. Campbell, Chicago, Il 60618. www.chicagoarc.com Contact Melissa at 773-908-0518 or email w9caf@chicagoarc.com

Chicago FM Club Inc., (CFMC) We are a club with 7 repeaters. We encourage and welcomes all hams, especially recently new hams from the metro area to inquire about our organization. CFMC is 200+ members strong in 8 states and we continue to grow every month. Our meetings are on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 8pm, located at 6100 N. Central Ave, Chicago. Info-nets are every Tuesday night at 9pm on 146.760 PL 107.2 For more detailed information check out our web site https://www.chicagofmclub.org/ or send us an email to hamhelp@chicagofmclub.org

Chicago Suburban Radio Association (CSRA). Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at the Riverside, Illinois Town Hall building, located at 27 Riverside, Illinois. Maps and directions are located on our website's main page. Meetings begin at 7:30pm and non-members and guests are always welcome! www.CSRAham.com CSRA Ham HotLine: 630/575-9650

Dupage Amateur Radio Club. (DARC). Meets 4th Monday, 7:30 p.m. (no mtg July & Dec) Holy Nativity Church, 275 S. Richmond Ave. Clarendon Hills (NE corner 55th St. and Richmond Ave.) Net Sun., 9PM on 145.43 W9DUP rptrs: 145.43(-) 107.2PL, 442.55(+) 114.8PL, 224.68(-) 110.9PL. Contact James Fox, KC9GBX, 630/325-8620; kc9gbx@AOL.com www.w9dup.org

Egyptian Radio Club, PO Box 562, Granite City, Illinois 62040. Meets 1st Thursday every month at 7:00 PM at Southwest Illinois Community College in Granite City, IL. Annual hamfest first Sunday in June same location. All amateurs or those interested in amateur radio are invited to our meetings. Training and testing available. Local repeaters on 146.790, 146.760, and 442.400 (all PL 127.3) Serving Metro St. Louis area since 1929!! www.w9aiu.org Contact Patrick Riley, W9PAT, Secretary, 618-655-0572, w9pat@arrl.net

Extreme Amateur Radio Networks A club for Amateur Radio and Shortwave listeners the World over with on the air net's, WAS and the Extreme Awards, Free Life Time Membership. Contact Frederick, 309/885-3363; kc9kxz@exarnet.org; www.exarnet.org

Fox River Radio League. P.O. Box 673, Batavia, IL 60510-0673. Meets 2nd Tue./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Old Bank Bldg., 900 No. Lake St., lower level, Northgate Shopping Ctr. & Rt. 31, Aurora, IL.

Hamfesters Radio Club, W9AA. P.O. Box 42792, Evergreen Park, IL 60805. Meets 1st Fri./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Crestwood Civ. Ctr., 139th & Kostner, Crestwood, IL. Nets: Sun. (local) 0100 UTC, 28.410 MHz; Mon. 9 p.m. 146.43 S., Packet Mailbox 145.65 MHz. Info: (312) 974-3291.

Iroquois County Amateur Radio Club Meets 2nd Thursday/monthly at Iroquois County Red Cross, 214 E. Walnut St, Watseka, IL. Talk-in on 147.03, pl-103.5. Contact Carl, K9CS, 815/473-4263; kn2qzr@yahoo.com; www.icarc.com

Kankakee Area Radio Society, KARS, meets 1st Tues./monthly, 7 p.m., Perry Farm Exploration Station, Bourbonnais, IL. Talk-in: 146.94, 444.80(+), 114.8 PL W9AZ repeaters. Website: https://www.w9az.com, Membership and general info email: webmaster@w9az.com

Lamoine Emergency ARC. Meetings on the second Tuesday of the month at the Red Cross Building, 1260 S. Maple Ave, Macomb, IL. 61455. Contact person - Joe Rossmiller - AG9Y - E-mail ag9y@macomb.com

Metro Amateur Radio Club (MAC) meets on the first Wednesday of the month at Lincolnwood Village Hall, 6900 N. Lincoln Ave., Lincolnwood, Illinois. Meeting begins promptly at 7:30 P.M. For additional information, visit https://www.qsl.net/mac or send e-mail to mac@qsl.net

Metro DX CLub Our membership is primarily interested in DX and Contesting. Meetings are held on the third Friday of most months at 7:30 p.m. in the Tinley Park, Illinois Emergency Operations Center. Directions and other meeting information are listed on our Website. All are welcome. Contact John Holmes, 815/941-1971, 3810 N. Chamlin Drive, Morris. IL 60450; w9ily@arrl.net; https://www.metrodxclub.com

North West Illinois Amateur Radio Club Meets 3rd Thurs of every month at 7 pm at the Red Cross Office on Walnet & Galena in Freeport Contact Robert Bicking, W9RB, 2648 Shepard Dr., Freeport, IL 61032; 815/232-2731; rbicking@cuisp.com

North Shore Radio Club meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m in the Heller Nature Center (Ridge Road and Half Day Road). Contact: Rob Orr, P.O. Box 1066, Highland Park, IL 60035; 847/724-5228; rob@roborrproductions.com; www.ns9rc.org

Okaw Valley Amateur Radio Club Meetings held 1st Thursday of each month except July and Dec. Dec. is Christmas Party and election of Officers. Meetings held at the First Bank Meeting Room (basement) Corner of 2nd & Main St. Greenville, IL 62246 at 7:30 PM. Club Sponsored Repeaters 147.165+, 224.440-, 442.925+ Contact John King, W9KXQ, 618/664-0219; P.O. Box 3, Greenville, IL 62246; www.ovarc.net; W9KXQ@arrl.net

Peoria Area Amateur Radio Club, P.O. Box 3508, Peoria, IL 61612-3508. Meets 2nd Fri./monthly, Red Cross Chapter House, 311 W. John Gwynn Jr. Ave., Peoria IL. Voice mail: (309) 692-3378. Rptrs: 147.075(+) & 146.85(-).

Schaumburg ARC Meets 3rd Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m., Schaumburg Community Recreation Center, located at 505 N Springsguth Rd, which is the intersection of Bode and Springinsguth roads. Usually a presentation follows our normal club meeting. See website for more details. Contact Jim Campbell, P.O. Box 68251 Schaumburg,IL 60168-0251; 847/798-5248; camp637@yahoo.com; https://www.n9rjv.org

St. Clair Amateur Radio Club meet on the last Thrusday every month in the Fairview Heights Red Cross building at 10218 Lincoln Trail (use front entrance). Meetings start at 8pm but gathering starts at 7:30pm. Contact Mike Cornwall, KB9WQJ, P.O. Box 94, Belleville, IL 62222; 618/628-2632; kb9wqj@arrl.net www.scarc.net

The Starved Rock Radio Club, W9MKS. PO Box 198, Leonore, IL 61332. The Starved Rock Radio Club was established in 1934. Meets the first Monday/montly at 7 p.m. next to Tabor Grain in Leonore. Net 7 p.m. Sun and Wed 147.12+103.5. Hamfesst the first Sunday in June in Princeton, IL. Field Day and JOTA @ Chief Shabona Park, 12 mi. N of Ottowa. www.qsl.net/srrc Contact Joe, KB9EZZ, kb9ezz@hotmail.com

Sterling-Rock Falls Amateur Radio Society The last Thursday of the month except Decemer at 7:30 p.m. at 1409 8th Ave, Rockfalls, IL. Contact LIOYD SHERMAN, P.O. BOX 521, STERLING, IL 61061; 815/336-2434; www.sterlinghamfest.com; lsherman@essex1.com

Chicago Suburban Radio Association (CSRA) Illinois' oldest amateur radio club, est 1924. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month at the Grace Luteran Church, 1100 Manchester Avenue in Westchester, IL. Lower level. Maps and directions are located on our website's main page. Meetings begin at 7:30pm and non-members and guests are always welcome! www.CSRAham.com CSRA Ham HotLine: 630/575-9650. Weekly net on 146.76 Repeater, Mondays at 8pm.

Wheaton Community Radio Amateurs, WCRA WCRA meets 1st Fri/monthly, 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church (Jefferson and Ellis streets) in Wheaton. All are welcome. See our website at www.w9ccu.org for all club info. Annual Hamfest each January. Rptrs: 145.390 (-) 107.2, 444.475 (+) 114.8 Contact 630/604-0157.


Ashland Amateur Radio Technical Society We meet every second Tuesday of the month at 8 p.m. at the local EMA office, we also host a Simplex net on 147.510 MHz every Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Contact James Smith,765/599-2268; 112 S. Messick Rd., New Castle,IN 47362; k9apr@tawg.org; https://kaarts.org

Bloomington Amateur Radio Club, P.O. Box 8361, Bloomington, IN 47407-8361 meets on the first Friday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at Bloomington City Hall (Shower's Building) in Room #115 - (City Council Chambers). 401 N Morton St., Bloomington, IN. Parking is free and park at the South end of Building. VE testing is the first Saturday of the month at 12:00 p.m. at the First United Church, 2420 East 3rd Street, Bloomington, IN 47401-5337; website: www.bloomingtonradio.org

Cass County Amateur Radio Club Meetings are at the Cass County EMA building at 1227 N. State Rd 17 on the 3rd Saturday of every month at 9:30 AM. All are welcome to attend, you do not need to be a licensed operator to attend. VE testing after the meetings, walk-ins welcome. Check the club website for more info. Contact Chuck Hendrickson, P.O. Box 1092, Logansport, IN 46947; 574/722-1249; N9PMW@arrl.net; https://www.culcom.net/~ccarcinc

Fort Wayne Radio Club, Fort Wayne, IN meets the third Friday of the month at 7:30PM at the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church at the corner or Reed Road and Vance Avenue (across from Snider High School). Contact Tom Baker at N9TB@arrl.net or at 219-747-2714.

Hendricks County Amateur Radio Society (HCARS) Established 1979, Hendricks Co. Indiana. Regular meetings are held 2nd Monday of the month, meeting time starts 7:00 pm EST. Meetings are held at the: Hendricks Co. Government Center, 355 South Washington St., Danville, IN. 46122. HCARS club station call sign : N9HC. The club owns & operates a repeater near Belleville, IN on 147.015 MHz + .600 offset, no tone required. HCARS is a general interest amateur radio club, a ARRL affiliated club and member of the Indiana Radio Club Council, Inc. Contact via our web site: www.HCARS.org

Henry County Amateur Radio Club We meet every 3rd Saturday of the month, at 1:15pm, and we have a ARES/RACES Net every Wednesday at 9pm. James Smith, 765/599-2268; 107 S. 12th St., New Castle, IN 47362; k9apr@tawg.orghttps://www.qsl.net/hcara

Hoosier Amateur Radio Society If you have an interest in Digital Ham Radio...We would like you to join us...Mmebership is free includes an ocassional newsletter, usually monthly. 73, Jerry, N6LYA. Contact Jerome M. Kutche, 812/583-0445, 342 Wade St., Mitchell, IN 47446, w9otr@w9otr.org, www.w9otr.org

Indianapolis Radio Club Meetings 2nd Friday of each month except July and August. Contact Ken Bandy, KC9GLQ, 2820 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46208; kc9glq@arrl.net; https://www.indyradioclub.org/

Jennings County Amateur Radio Club, c/o Dwight Spaulding, N9PGB, President; PO Box 478, North Vernon, IN 47265-0478; Personal Cell# 812-767-8439. Club Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month at the Jennings County Library at 7:00 PM. We have a Monday Night Simplex net on 147.585 at 8:30 PM and are working on installing our 440 repeater soon. Meetings are open to anyone interested in Amateur Radio.

Michiana Amateur Radio Club, Inc. Meetings held the last Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Red Cross Bldg in South Bend. Contact on W9AB repeater 147.225 open. Contact Robert G. Kasa, Treasurer, 3220 E. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, IN 46615; 574/287-9036; W9AB@arrl.net; https://community.michiana.org/marcsite/

Mid-State Amateur Radio Club (MARC) Meetings held 3rd Saturday of the month at 8 AM (local time)in the basement of the Johnson County Emergency Management Agency, 1111 Hospital Road, Franklin, IN 46131. Public welcome. Testing immediately following the meeting. Contact Linda Harshbarger, KC9GCH, P. O. Box 836, Franklin, IN 46131; 317/887-2558; pio@midstatehams.org; www.midstatehams.org

Orange County Amateur Radio Club: Our Monthly meetings are at 7:00 p.m. held on the second Thursday of the month at the Orange County Complex meeting room in Paoli Indiana. Website: https://www.qsl.net/kb9ohy/; e-mail: kb9ohy@qsl.net

The Whitley County Amateur Radio Club, Inc. Second Thursday of every month in the Lower Level of the Peabody Library located at 1160 E. SR 205 in Columbia City at 7 p.m. Repeaters: 145.270(-)PL131.8 & 444.550(+)PL131.8. WCARC Inc. P.O. Box 652, Columbia City, Indiana, 46725 Email: wc9ar@arrl.net; Website: https://www.wcarc.org; Yahoo Group: https://groups.yahoo.com/group/WCARG/

W.I.N.G.S. Weather Group We are a storm spotter club for northwest central Indiana. Contact Don Rennick, 901 S 18th, Lafayette, IN 47905; 765/337-6014; stormspotters_47905@yahoo.com; www.wingsweathergroup@zoomshare.com


The Iowa City Amateur Radio Club meets the second Wednesday of the month, usually at Grant Wood Education Agency, 200 Holiday Rd, Coralville, IA. Doors open at 7 PM, meeting starts at 7:30 PM. For latest information or changes in location, please see www.ICARC.org. or contact Rich Haendel W3ACO, president, at rhaendel@Q.com


Coon Valley Amateur Radio Club Meets first Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at Bayard City Library and has net every weeknight at 9 p.m. on 147.12 MHz (Audubon Repeater). Contact Dean Hoffman, club president, with questions at drhoffmann@dmacc.edu  

The Motorola Amateur Radio Club WA0MOT of the Mount Pleasant manufacturing facility is open to all employees licensed or interested in the hobby. Local repeaters are on 443.575, 444.950, 147.390, and 147.165 MHz. The club meets at 3:30 pm on Mondays at the East Building. For more information contact Dave Schneider WD0ENR, Email CDS067@email.mot.com

The Muscatine Amateur Radio Club. 1114 East Tenth Street, Muscatine, IA 52761 The Muscatine Amateur Radio Club meets on the 2nd Monday of the month at 7:00pm in the upstairs meeting room at the Musser Public Library, 304 Iowa Avenue in Muscatine, Iowa. Contact Tom Brehmer, 563/263-3097; n0loh@arrl.net; https://www.muscatinehams.org

Northeast Iowa Radio Amateur Association General Amateur Interests. Monthly programs. Second Saturday each month, 7 p.m. in lower level of Red Cross Headquarters. Contact Joe Hoepfner, P.O. Box 1037, Waterloo, IA 50704; 319/239-7188; ke0j@dunkerton.net


Boeing Employees Amateur Radio Society (BEARS) Wichita, KS. Meeting times are 5:00 PM, the first Thursday of the month. Weekly net information on the website.

Central KS Amateur Radio Club Meeting the Last Friday of the Month except December. Normally at the Kansas Weslyan Peter's Science Hall Room 211. August & September meeting locations vary for the Watermelon Feed and the CKARC Picnic. Talk-in on the 147.030+ Repeater. Contact Sid Ashen-Brenner, P. O. Box 2493, Salina, KS 67402-2493; 785/823-6560; n0obm@centralksarc.com; www.centralksarc.com

Hiawatha Amateur Radio Club Meetings are the last Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Hiawatha Fire House in beautiful downtown Hiawatha, KS. The northeast Kansas net checks in each Monday night at 9 pm at 147.180/+0.600 (no PL) for announcements. ARRL affiliated. The club newsletter, "QNU," is posted to members monthly by email. Contact Randall Noon, Secretary Treasurer, 300 N. Second Street, Hiawatha, KS 66434; 785-742-3207; noon@carsoncomm.com

Jackson Amateur Radio Club (JARC) In Holton, Kansas (Jackson County) has been re-established. OFFICERS are: President, Richard A. Smith (W0QGS); Vice President, John Zempel (KG4OLG); Treasurer-Secretary, Ross McClain (AA0MM), Activities Manager; Huck Keithline (K0HK). Contact us by email: W0QGS@ARRL.net or visit our Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/JARC1

Newton Amateur Radio Club P.O. Box 224, N. Newton, KS 67117-0224. meets the 3rd Tuesday evening of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Newton Public Library in the Board Room located in the basement. An elevator is available. No December meeting. The Library is located at 720 N. Oak Newton, KS Contact the Club through the contact form on the web site: https://newtonarc.org

Sand Hills ARC Sand Hills ARC meets 7:30OPM CT the first Thursday of the month. Even months at Garden City, KS LEC, Odd months at Scott City, KS Public Library. Attendance prizes and coffee each meeting. Talk-ins 146.31/91 and 146.10/ 70. An ARRL Club. Contact Rod Hogg, K0EQH, 1104 S Main, Scott City, KS 67871; 620/872-2625; k0eqh@arrl.net; www.odsge.net/~sharc/

The Wichita Amateur Radio Club, Inc. meets quarterly at 7:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month, February, May, August, and November. Meetings are held at the Salvation Army building located at 350 N. Market, Wichita, KS. The club owns and operates three repeaters. Contact Debbie, KC0VYL, P.O. Box 771227, Wichita, KS 67277-1227, treas@warc1.org; https://warc1.org; 316-200-8662.


Amateur Radio Transmitting Society (ARTS), PO Box 7391, Louisville, KY 40257. Meetings 7:30 p.m. 2nd Friday of each month at Red Cross, 520 E. Chestnut Street. VE Testing on even months at 5:30PM at Red Cross. Website: www.w4cn.org Contact: Ken Bickel, AC4VV, ac4vv@arrl.net.

BARS meets the 3rd. Friday of each month at the Pioneer Village City Hall 4700 Summitt Dr. in Bullitt County Ky.talk in 146.70-, contact Stu Kratz, wx4me at 502/423-0402; P.O.Box 580, Shepherdsville, KY 40165; wx4me@arrl.net; www.qsl.net/ky4ky

Bluegrass Amateur Radio Society meets the first Monday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Red Cross Building, 1450 Newtown Pike, in Lexington. Contact Margie Williams, KE4MAJ; 859/489-6274; ke4maj@arrl.net; website www.bluegrassars.org

The Bullitt Amateur Radio Society PO Box 580, Shepherdsville, KY 40165. Meets the third Friday of each month 7PM at the Pioneer Village City Hall, 4700 Summitt Dr., Louisville, KY. We operate the 146.70 repeater (79.7) pl and also are available on Echolink node 343205. www.ky4ky.com

Kentucky Amateur Radio Society KARS meets at 7 p.m. the 2nd Monday each month at the Bardstown-Nelson County Adult Learning Center, 407 S. Third St. in Bardstown. Visitors welcome. Ham classes and elmering avaiable to those interested in getting a license. Ya'll come! Contact Jim Brooks, 115 Westwind Trail, Bardstown, KY 40004; 502/349-2099; ky4z@arrl.net; https://www.myoldkentuckyhome.com/kars

Jessamine Amateur Wireless Society A small community of radio enthusiasts who share common interests in all facets of amateur radio. Field Day, QPR, Contesting, DXing, CW, Digital, Antennas, Mentoring. Everyone welcome! Thursday JAWS Net is at 7pm 145.49mHz (no PL). JAWS monthly meeting is held on the 2nd Monday in the Corman Building on High St in Nicholasville. Contact N4LG@QX.NET for club details. Contact Bill Cotter, N4LG, P.O. Box 273, Nicholasville, KY 40356; 859/552-7481

Northern Kentucky Amateur Radio Club (NKARC) NKARC welcomes everyone to the great hobby of Ham Radio! We meet on the second Monday of every month at the Turkeyfoot Middle School in Edgewood, KY. at 7:30 PM. We also offer Ham Radio exams at 6:00 at the same location and on the same day of the meetings. We have weekly Net meetings on Tuesday at 7:30 on the 147.255(+/123.0) repeater. Our main repeater is also Echolink enabled (node #323896). Please check out our web site for more information. Everyone is welcome! Contact Robert Kluck, N4IJS; P.O. Box 1062, Covington, KY 41012; n4ijs@insightbb.com; www.k4co.org

Princeton Amateur Radio (PARS) meets every third Tuesday at the Emergency ambullance bld Rt 91, exit 12 off the west KY parkway. Always a good program with the meeting. Also the meet to lunch bunch meets at Hardee's at 11:00 p.m. and ideas and good stories are swapped. Club address is 30 Haney Rd., Princeton, KY. E-mail KE5CVL@PEPB.net

Princeton Ham Radio Club Meetings start promptly at 7 p.m. CST and after a short business meeting we try to have a an electornics education session on various Ham Radio topics. All are welcome and if you wish to be a Ham, we will help. Contact Harvey Lawrence, WA4NUD, 30 Haney Dr., Princeton, KY 42445; 270/365-9453; WA4NUD@wildblue.net; W4KBL.com

River Cities Amateur Radio Association RCARA PO Box 612, Ashland, Ky. 41105. Meeting Time: 1st Monday of every month @ 7 PM, Ashland Salvation Army
Also sponsor a 2 meter net at 7:30 M-F on 146.94 PL 107.2
Club Repeater with Call Sign: KG4DVE, Section:KY Affiliation 1979
Specialties: Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest,
Public Service/Emergency
Offered: Club Entry-Level License Classes,
General Or Higher License Classes, Hamfest, License Test Sessions

Wilderness Outback DX Crew Meetings: as needed by membership Club is designed for DX and Contesting, and Special Events in an around the area. 1032 Aberdeen Place, Russell, KY 41169; https://home.fuse.net/k8dv/WODXC/WODXC.htm

Wilderness Road Amateur Radio Club, 650 Chestnut Grove, Parksville, Kentucky 40464. Meets first Tuesday of each month at Red Cross Building (S. 3rd Street) in Danville Kentucky. Time 7:30 PM. Visitors welcome. Go to WRARC.COM. Repeater 145.310 with 100 Hz tone. Contact George Griebe, WQ4Z, 859 236 6510, griebes@yahoo.com


Acadiana Amatrur Radio Association (AARA) P. O. Box 51174, Lafayette, LA 70505-1174. AARA regular meetings 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Meeting held at the Lafayette Science Museum, 433 Jefferson St. Lafayette, LA. 70501, Club website www.w5ddl.org. Monthly news letters and lots of good information. Repeater meeting Monday at 7:00 p.m. Contact Eric Credeur KG5JHP, eric@ericcredeur.com

Baton Rouge ARC meets last Tue./monthly, 7 p.m., St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 8833 Goodwood Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA. Net: 146.79MHz, 8:30 p.m. Sun. www.brarc.org e-mail: brarc@cox.net

Delta DX Association, New Orleans, LA. If you like to work DX or just want to learn more about Ham Radio or visit our website https://www.deltadx.net. There you will find the club meeting and net schedules and a wealth of info about DXing, as well as related links. check out the links to "A, B, Cs of DX," an outline tutorial. Email: w5fkx@cox.net

Acadiana Amateur Radio Association, P.O. Box 51174, Lafayette, Louisiana 70505-1174, 1st Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. in the American Red Cross Building, 101 N Pat Street, Scott, LA. VE testing at meetings. Lunch & Bunch every Wednesday 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at BJ Pizza, Congress St., Lafayette, LA. Contact L AlOubre 337/367-3901; website www.w5ddl.org; e-mail k5dpg@w5ddl.org

South-East Louisiana A.R.C. (SELARC) P.O. Box 1324, Hammond, LA 70401. Meetings on the second Thurs. of each month, VE Test sessions on the last Sunday of each month at "The North Oaks Diagnostic Center" at 2:00 p.m. see our web page at: www.selarc.org; repeaters: WB5NET/r 147.000 -600khz 145.130 -600khz 107.2 pl h444.250 +5.0 mhz 107.2 pl Contact Tyrone Burns Sr., N5XES, n5xes@arrl.net; www.selarc.org


Androscoggin Amateur Radio Club. Meets 1st Wed./monthly, 7 p.m., Auburn Police Station, 1 Minot Ave., Auburn, ME, Info: (207) 782-8699.

Merrymeeting Amateur Radio Association Meets at Red Cross Chapter House, 16 Community Way, Topsham ME. Last Thursday each month, 7:00 pm. Contact Bruce Randall, W1ZE. Supports ARES, Field Day, KS1R repeaters, Elmering, VE Exams. Contact Bruce Randall, W1ZE, 1 Smithfield Crossing, Phippsburg, ME 04562; 207/442-9630; jbrandall@suscom-maine.net; www.ks1r.net

Pine Sate Amateur Radio Club, Meets first Monday of the month at 7:00PM at he club house on 14 Bomarc Rd in Bangor, ME 04401. The weekly on-the-air meeting is held on the 146.94 MHz (100Hz) repeater at 8:00PM each Tuesday. Contact club president K1GUP via email at burnsjerry@msn.com

Portland Amateur Wireless Association P.O. Box 1605 Portland,ME 04104. Meets 1st Wednesday/Monthly (Sept-June) at 7 p.m. at the Stewart P.Morrill American Legion Post#35, 413 Broadway St, South Portland, ME. Repeater 146.73(-)Pl 100Hz. Contact Bryce Rumery, K1GAX, tel 207/799-1116; e-mail K1GAX@JUNO.COM; web: https://www.qsl.net/pawa/.


Anne Arundel Radio Club, Jr. is an Amateur Radio club just for kids. We help kids earn their first license and upgrade an existing license. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Saturday from 3:00-5:OO p.m. Contact Bob Rose, AA3RR, 7901 Pepperbox Lane, Pasadena, MD 21122-6328; 410/437-8193; aa3rr@ki3ds.org; www.ki3ds.org

Baltimore Amateur Radio Club, Inc. - Meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month 7:30 p.m. at our club meeting and training facility., 12360 Owings Mills Blvd., Reisterstown, MD. Rptr 146.67(-). www.baltarc.com or 410-HAM-TALK.

Carroll County Amateur Radio Club, PO Box 2211, Westminster, MD 21158. Meets the second Monday of each month at 7:30PM at the Fire Training Center in Westminster on Route 32 about a mile north of Route 97. Repeaters 53.090 / 145.410 / 449.875 2M new. Tuesdays @ 8:30PM, 6M net wednesdays @ 8:00PM. Website: https://ww.wqis.net/~k3pzn email k3pzn@qis.net.

Columbia Amateur Radio Association 4th Tuesday of every month, except December; 7:30 p.m.; Room 401 Gateway Center, 6751 Gateway Blvd., Columbia MD (near Rt. 175/I-95 exchange)
Breakfast: 2nd Saturday of every month; 9:00 am; Forest Diner, Ellicott City, MD (Rt. 40 at Centennial Lane). Contact David Prestel, W8AJR, P.O. Box 911, Columbia, MD 21044-0911; 410/203-9432; www.columbiaara.org; cara@columbiaara.org

Explorers Radio Club/NA3DX. Club focus is Field Day, DXing, Contesting, QRP and experimenting. Elmers availble for mentoring. 84 Portland Manor Farm Drive, Lothian, MD 20711; Contact Doug, NA1DX, na1dx@arrl.net.

Frederick Amateur Radio Club An ARRL-affiliated Ham Club, emphasizing support to Emergency Services and Public Service. Hosts annual Father's Day Hamfest. Meets on the 3rd Monday of the month at the Independent Hose Company fire station at 310 Baughmans Lane, Frederick. ContactName: Bob Moroney K9CMR, P.O. Box 1260, Frederick, MD 21702-0260; 301/831-5060; k9cmr@arrl.net; https://www.qsl.net/k3erm

Harford County Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Trained Amateur Radio communicators under ARES, RACES and SKYWARN serving Harford County, Maryland communities. Contact David Stansbury, 2220 Ady Road, Forest Hill, MD 21050; 410/612-1464; dave@kb3kai.com; https://www.harfordemcomm.org

Maryland Mobileers Amteur Radio Club (MMARC). P.O. Box 935, Severn, MD 21144. Meets 2nd Fr./monthly except Dec, 7:30 p.m., Baldwin Hall, Generals HWY, Millersville. Info net each Mon. 7:30 p.m. on 146.805(-) tone 107.2 Hz. tinyurl.com/marylandmobileers

Mountain Amateur Radio Club First and third Thursday, April through October (first Thursday only other months). Allegany Co. EOC near Constitution Park, in Cumberland, MD. Contact Judy Currence, Secretary, P.O. Box 234, Cumberland, MD 21501-0234; 301/729-6889; w3ymw@hamtalk.org; www.hamtalk.org

PROS, Peninsula Radio Operators Society, FREE! TEST SESSIONS!, https://www.intercom.net/npo/pros/index.html


Billerica Amateur Radio Society Every first Wed except July and Aug at 7PM, At the Masonic Hall, 11 Concord Road, Billerica, MA. Contact Mike, K1TWF, 85 High Street, Billerica, MA 01824978-250-1235, k1twf@arrl.net, www.hamoperators.com/bars

Cape Ann Amateur Radio Assoc CAARA W1GLO coffee hour 9-12 a.m. every sunday at the CLUB HOUSE and station, 6 stanwood st. Gloucester MA, 01930, members meeting first Wed at 7:30 p.m., code class tue at 7:30, VE second sunday ctc WV1A BOB Quinn, 145.13- NO PL, net 9 p.m. sunday, vistit WWW.CAARA.NET for full info. Contact Linda Wright, Clerk, 6 Stanwood St, Gloucester, MA 01930; 978/546-6698

Central Massachusettes Amateur Radio Association. P.O. Box 60411, Worcester, MA 01606-0466. Sponsor of W1BIM 146.970 PL 114.8. Daily: 7:30PM Georges Ol'Timers Net, 9:00PM Two-Meter Traffic Net. Monthly meetings held at The Mercy Center, 25 W. Chester Street, Worcester, MA 01605. For more info visit https://www.cmara.org or contact Rob, KB1GNC, at 617/590-1172 or kb1gnc@cmara.org

Delaware-Lehigh Amateur Radio Club Meetings 1st Thurs/monthly, Northampton County 911 Center, Gracedale Rd. in Nazareth, PA. Contact George Wieland; 610/264-0888; george@bioserv.com; www.dlarc.org

Falmouth Amateur Radio Association P.O. box 815, West Falmouth, MA; www.falara.org General interest, ARRL affiliated club. Meetings on last Thursday of the month at 7 PM in the basement of the Falmouth Town Hall , Main St. Falmouth , MA; 4 Saturday meetings at the club shack on Otis ANGB. Check web site for specifics. Net on 146.655 (-) pl 88.5 Monday nights at 8:30 PM.

Framingham Amateur Radio Association meets the first Thursday of each month Sept. to June at 7:30 p.m. in the basement of the Danforth Museum in Framingham,MA. We are a general type of club and offer a wide variety of programs, VE sessions, etc. For more info, go to www.fara.org or email Gordy, K1GB at president@fara.org.

Genesis Amateur Radio Society. P.O. Box 1234 Plymouth, MA 02362. Meets last Mon./monthly, 7:30 p.m. at Plymouth Airport, So. Meadow Rd. Tues. net: 146.685, W1LM, 8 p.m.

Hampden County Radio Association, P.O. Box 562, Agawam, MA 01001. General interest Club. Meetings at Feeding Hills Congregational Church, first Friday of each month (except July and August). Meetings start at 0730 PM local time. See website www.hcra.org for directions. Contact David W. Isham KB1MU, 413-596-6605, kb1mu@arrl.net

Mt. Tom Amatuer Repeater Assoc. Meets third friday every month at 7:30pm at the American Red Cross Building on Cottage St. In Springfield Mass address for contact is MTARA pob 3494 Springfield Ma 01101 contact any board member via www.mtara.org Or myself Don Manley n1pmb@juno.com

Nashoba Valley Amatuer Radio Club. P.O. Box 900, Pepperell, MA 01463. We meet every third Thursday of each month at the Pepperell Community Center off of the rotary bt the town field execpt July and August. We Look forward to seeing you. Website www.n1nc.org; e-mail board_nvarc@n1nc.org

PART- The Police Amateur Radio Team of Westford, PO Box 503, Westford MA 01886-0503. The club meets monthly on the third Tuesday at 7:30 pm the Westford Police Station on the town common. The club also holds a monthly breakfast each month on the first Saturday at 8:00 am at the Westford Regency Inn on Route 110. Sponsor of WB1GOF repeaters: 146.955 -600, pl 74.4; 145.330 -600, dStar; 442.450 +5, dStar. A weekly net is held on the 146.955 repeater Sundays at 8:00 pm. For more info, visit www.wb1gof.org or email info@wb1gof.org

Quannapowitt Radio Assoc., Inc. 6 Savin St., Burlington, MA 01802. Meets 3rd Thur./monthly, 7:00 p.m. at Wakefield Public Library, 345 Main St., Wakefield, MA, Sept. to May. Info: Jim Chamberlain, N1AKG, (781) 944-5098. 

Quarter Century Wireless Association Weekly SSB net every Sunday on 14.347 MHz at 2000Z Weekly CW net every Wednesday on 7.035 MHz at 2000 EST. Contact Bob Roske, N0UF, 320/587-3890, P.O. Box 3247, Framingham, MA 01705, broske@hutchtel.net, https://www.qcwa.org/


Adrian Amateur Radio Club Meets last Monday/monthly, 7:30 p.m. Civil Air Patrol Bldg. Lenawee County Airport, Cadmus Rd, Adrian. ARES net Sun. 9 p.m. 145.37(-). Info: Neil Griffith, KC8DAR, 517/263-5774, P.O. Box 26, Adrian, MI 49221; WWW.W8TQE.com

A.R.E.C.A (Amateur Radio Emergency Communication Assoc.), P.O. Box 495, Farwell, MI 48622 meets the first Tuesday of the month at the Farwell High School at 7 p.m. W5YI-VEC group for testing also. For more info see the website. Contact T.Tackaberry, n8erv/emtp/vec, Clare County, MI; 989/588-8925, n8erv@yahoo.com; www.angelfire.com/mi4/areca

ARROW Communications Assn., P.O. box 1572, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. Meets second Wednesday of the month, 7:00 p.m. at the Washtenaw Red Cross, 4624 Packard Rd., Ann Arbor, MI. Net every Monday night, 8:30 p.m., on the ARROW 2M Repeater, 146.96-. https://www.w8pgw.org. Contact: Dan, KB6NU, 734/930-6564, kb6nu@w8pgw.org.

Branch County Amateur Radio Club Meet every third Thursday - 7 p.m. - 911 Communications Center at Branch County Memorial Airport Contact Jim Voss, W8SST, c/o 603 N. Union City Road, Coldwater, MI 49036; 517/278-4636; wvoss@charter.net; www.branchcountyarc.com

Central Michigan A.R.C., P.O. Box 27321, MI 48909 Lansing meets first Friday every month at Red Cross, in Lansing, at 7:30 p.m. Contact Gregg Mulder 517/646-62567; wb8lzg@ aol.com; www.qsl.net/cmarc

Chelsea Amateur Radio Club, Inc., P.O. Box 43, Chelsea, MI 48118. Meetings on the 4th Tuesday of the Month at the Chelsea UAW Hall on M-52. Swap date is the first Sunday of June. No meetings in July and August. Contact Derek Sheehan, W7REX; 734/622-2813; wd8iel@qsl.net; www.qsl.net/wd8iel

FARL, PO Box 2711 Dearborn, MI 48123. Meets the second Thursday of every month (except July, August) at the EMDO Building, Ford Motor Company, 17000 Southfield, Allen Park, MI (next door to police station). Open to Ford Motor Company employees and retirees as well as non-Ford employees Website https://www.k8utt.org/

Garden City Amateur Radio Club meetings are the third Tuesday of each month (except July and August, no meetings) at 7:00 p.m. at the Maplewood Community Center, located on Maplewood west of Merriman. Weekly net is on Sunday night 9:00 p.m. on 146.86 or 224.800 100hz PL. Contact Shanon Herron, KA8SPW, P.O. Box 482, Garden City, MI 48136-0482, 734/421-9221, ka8spw@sbcglobal.net, https://www.gcarc.net

Genesee County Radio Club, Inc. 3rd Tuesday of the month during school year.6:30 pm at Davison Community Enrichment & Recreation Center 1250 N. Oak Road, Davison, MI Contact Jeff Pender, Secretary; k8kzb@arrl.net; https://www.qsl.net/w8acw/

Hiawatha Amateur Radio Assoc. of Marquette Co. P.O. Box 1183, Marquette, MI 49855. Meets 1st Thurs./monthly, 7:30 p.m., 108 Stratofort, K.I. Sawyer AFB, MI. For info contact: Richard Schwenke, N8GBA, 906/249-3837.

Holland Amateur Radio Club meets every 2nd Monday of each month, at 19h00, Holland Red Cross, 270 James St., Holland, MI. All are most welcome to attend. Talk in 147.060[+] (pl 94.8). Info: https://www.hollandarc.org or write to HARC, P.O. Box 2104, Holland, MI - 49422-2104.

Kalamazoo Amateur Radio Club - Michigan* The Kalamazoo Amateur Radio Club (KARC) meets on the third Thursday of each month from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (come as early as 6:30 PM to meet some of the area Hams!) at the Kalamazoo Chapter of the American Red Cross, 5640 Venture Ct., Kalamazoo, MI 49009. We operate the 147.00 + Repeater (94.8 CTCSS).

Become active in Kalamazoo County or learn what Amateur (Ham) Radio is all about. The meeting is open to all licensed Amateur "Ham" Radio operators and anyone interested in Ham Radio operations. Contact Chip Locke WB8ALW c/o KARC, PO Box 773, Portage, MI 49081-0773; (269) 213-5272(KARC) WB8ALW@W8VY.org; https://W8VY.Org or info@W8VY.org.

Lake Huron Amateur Radio Club. Ole Goats Net Mon-Fri 8:30 A.M., Lake Huron Evening Net Tues and Fridays 8:30 P.M. Tranders net to follow on Fridays. Both Nets on 145.470 No PL TOne. Contact Reginald Rapson, President, Lake Huron Amateur Radio Club, Bad Axe, MI; kc8ycz@yahoo.com; www.lharc.org

Lapeer County Amateur Radio Association P.O. BOX 12, Hadley, MI 48440, meets second Tuesday/monthly, 7:30 p.m. in the basement of the 911 building Genesee St, Lapeer, MI. Details www.w8lap.com ARES net Monday 9 p.m. weekly 146.620/R. Contact Jim Boyer, trustee; w8lap@arrl.net; www.w8lap.com

Livingston Amateur Radio Klub - LARK Training and testing for new and old amateurs. ARES/RACES/SKYWARN Meetings 2nd Thursday of each month at Emergency Operations Center, 300 S. Highlander Way, Howell, MI 48843 Training and testing for new and old amateurs. ARES/RACES/SKYWARN. Meetings 2nd Thursday of each month at Emergency Operations Center, 300 S. Highlander Way, Howell, MI 48843. Contact Dick Renaud, W8KDR, P.O. Box 283, Howell, MI 48844; 810/923-3600; w8kdr@arrl.net; www.w8lrk.org

Livonia Amateur Radio Club - The Livonia Amateur Radio Club meets on the fourth Monday of each month (except July and August) from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Livonia Civic Center Library (Room A or B), 32777 Five Mile Road, Livonia, MI 48154.

Become active in a Livonia community organization or learn what Amateur (Ham) Radio is all about. The meeting is open to all licensed Amateur Radio operators and those interested in ham radio operations. For more information, please contact Livonia Amateur Radio Club, P.O. Box 51532, Livonia, MI 48151; k8uns@arrl.net; www.livoniaarc.com

Michigan Amateur Radio Alliance Mara is involved with Field Day, Operation C.A.R.E. and holds monthly club meetings on the second Wednesday of the month. We offer special events yearly and also offer the Great Lakes Award. Contact Richard Ranta, K8JX, P.O. Box 670, Comstock Park, MI 49321; 616/361-5975; https://www.w8usa.org; rranta@sbcglobal.net

Midland Amateur Radio Club, P.O. Box 1049, Midland, Michigan 48641. Meetings: First Thursday of each month Net: 2nd, 3rd & 4th Thursdays of each month at 9:00pm on 147.00+ at the Midland Schools Administration Building on the corner of Carpenter and George streets in Midland, Michigan. Talk-in: 147.000+ MHz Contact Lee, KC8ITI, 989/652-6213; kc8iti@arrl.net; https://www.qsl.net/w8kea

Monroe County Radio Communications Association Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. the third Thursday of every month at the Red Cross Building on North Dixie Hwy. just East of I-75 at exit 15 in Monroe, Michigan. Monroe Hamfest has been held for over 30 years, in June, on Father's Day at the Monroe County Fair Grounds. Contact Fred VanDaele, P.O. Box 237, Monroe, MI 48161; 734/242-9487; ka8ebi@yahoo.com; www,mcrca.org

Motor City Radio Club The longest ARRL Affiliated Club in Michigan. Our club meets on the 1st Friday of every month (Except for August which is the first Saturday for the club picnic). We meet at the Westfield Center at 2700 Westfield, Trenton, MI in the "Fireplace Room". Contact John Roberts, P.O. Box 337, Wyandotte, MI 48192; 313/292-2723; n8kam@arrl.net; www.w8mrm.org

Muskegon Area Amateur Radio Council (MAARC). Meetings on the first Thursday of each month. Location is 2888 Scenic Drive. Muskegon, MI. 49445 Monthly newsletter on our website www.qsl.net/w8zho; Contact Jon Plyer, Club President, P.O. Box 691, Muskegon, MI 49443; 231/777-2181; ab8rd@arrl.net

Muskegon County Emergency Communication Services, Inc. (MCECS) Meets on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. All Amateurs involved in, or interested in emergency communications are invited to attend. Contact James C. Duram, 1611 E Oak Ave (LowerLevel), Muskegon, MI 49442; 231/724-6046; k8cop@arrl.net; www.mcecs.net

NMARES - Northern Michigan Amateur Radio Emergency Services NMARES members will focus on the Development of Technical Skills and Emergency Communications for Northern Michigan. The NMARES group will promote Exemplary Station Operation, and FCC Regulation Compliance. The NMARES net will meet every Thursday night at 01:00 Zulu, with the purpose of promoting the development of skills and equipment required to complete point to point contacts using simplex frequencies. The primary net frequency will be 146.520 MHz with a secondary frequency of 146.550 MHz. This net will be a challenge to you, we will test your ability to establish reliable contact with other hams in and around Northern Michigan. (Without reliance on our well established local repeater systems.) Contact James E. Davis, https://www.nmares.net; kc8nte@arrl.net

Noobz Contest Club of Flint, Michigan. https://www.no0bz.com. No official meetings. Laid back contesting and coffee breaks. Welcoming all new or prospective hams and old timers alike. Contact Tom WC5B for more information wc5b@arrl.net

Oakland County ARS W8TNO Meets 1st Tuesday of every month during the school year (Sept-June). Meeting at 7 p.m., Bethany Baptist Church, 1375 Hiller Rd., Waterford, MI 48329. Info: www.qsl.net/W8TNO

Saginaw Valley Amateur Radio Association (SVARA) Saginaw Valley Amateur Radio Association Meets 1st Friday of each month at Red Cross 1232 N. Michigan at 8:00 p.m. Contact Keith DeLong, N8XD, President, 989/695-9531; P.O. Box 1783, Saginaw, MI 48605-1783; N8XD@arrl.net; k8dac.com

Salvation Army Radio Operators Fellowship (SAROF) Meets every Saturday 7:30pm @ The Salvation Army, 55 Church St., Mount Clemens, MI. For information, contact Capt. Bill KB8QMP (810) 469-6712

Shiawassee Amateur Radio Association (SARA). Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at the Corunna, Michigan Red Cross Building, located at 702 West Corunna Ave. Corunna, Michigan. Directions are located on our website as link from main page. Meetings begin at 7:00pm (sharp) any non-members and guests are always welcome! The club's call sign is W8QQQ and Website is www.W8QQQ.org. There are links for contacting the club, the SWAP information (August) and VE Testing information (even numbered months).

SMARS (Southern Michigan Amateur Radio Society) Box 934, Battle Creek, MI, 49016. Meetings: 3rd Thursday of month at Math and Science Center on Upton Ave. in Springfield.

Southern Michigan Amateur Radio Society (SMARS) meets on the third Thursday of each month at the Westlake Presbyterian Church on Battle Creek at 7:00 p.m. Club repeaters on 146.66, 224.24 and 443.95. Special Service club. Contact: SMARS, P.O. Box 934, Battle Creek, MI. 49016; www.qsl.net/w8df

Straits Area Amateur Radio ClubMeets every 3nd Tues of each month, all are welcome to attend. Talk in 146.68[-] (pl 110.9). Contact Dirk Esterline, 231/348-5043, kg8jk@qsl.net, www.qsl.net/kg8jk

Stu Rockafellow Amateur Radio Society, we meet 3rd tuesday of the month except for July, August. at 201 S.main st, at Plymouth City. coffee and donuts served. Contact Donald Quarles; 201 S. main St., Plymouth, MI 48170; 313/350-0444; DONQ@metrometals.net; https://www.qsl.net/w8njh/

Top Of Michigan Amateur Radio Club meetings the third tuesday of every month, Nets every Tuesday and Wednsday at 0100Z on 146.82 MHZ... News and updates on our website! Contact Jeff Morey, KB8TNY, P.O. Box 15, Gaylord, MI 49735; tomarc_gaylord@yahoo.com; www.otsego.org/tomarc/tomarc.html

USECA The Utica Shelby Emergency Communication Association is a group of over 180 hams from all over the Metro-Detroit area. This club is the largest and most active club in southeast Michigan. One of our claims to fame is our Field Day event. In the past several years, we have had the distinction of having the largest Field Day in North America (by virtue of our guest list), and we have placed in the Top 10 overall for the past five years (with a 3rd place overall finish in 2000 - running QRP!). In 2004 USECA finished 14 out of 16 in the MI QSO Party in our class. In 2005 USECA finished 6 out of 10 in our class. And in 2005, USECA placed first in class in the Arizona sQRPions FYBO contest.

USECA General meetings occur at 7:30pm on the second Monday of each month of September through June at the Elks Lodge at 179 S. Main in Mount Clemens. Frequently, the meeting is preceeded at 6pm by either food or a hidden transmitter hunt, sometimes both. Usually at each meeting there is a new informative presentation covering topics such as antenna regulation, sunspot cycles, antenna construction, etc. Tune in the repeater for current information. All are welcome.

Contact Chuck Perushek, P.O. Box 46331, Mt. Clemens, MI 48046; 586/557-4983; n8za@arrl.net; www.usecaarc.com

WEXAUKEE A.R.C. meetings are the first THURSDAY of each month at 7:30pm at the CADILLAC COMMUNITY CENTRE (the OLD NAVAL RESERVE BLDG.)in the Senior Citizen Rm on Chestnut St. in Cadillac, Mi TALKIN is the 146.980/R-k8cad or contact us at ATTN: SEC office - PO BOX 163, Cadillac, MI 49601


Crow River Area Amateur Radio Club - WØCRC McLeod County ARES & Skywarn, Field Day, Ham Classes, Community Service. We meet the 2nd Friday every month at Butler Field on Hwy 15 South in Hutchinson. Contact Dave Fischer, 985 Jorgenson ST SE, Hutchinson MN 55350-3234; w0crc@arrl.net; https://www.w0crc.org/

St. Cloud Amateur Radio Club. Meets 3rd Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m., Radio Club Bldg., 401 4th St. N., Waite Park, MN 56387. Info: (320) 255-1410, 146.94 or 147.015 or www.w0sv.org/   


Central Mississippi Amateur Radio Association Central Mississippi Amateur Radio Association Meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Rankin County EOC Building on Marquette RD in Brandon MS. VE testing available after each meeting. Contact Rick Nichols, P.O. Box 1876, Florence, MS 39073, 601/845-5592; k5fv@windstream.net; https://www.cmsara.org

Hattiesburg ARC Meets second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. Current meeting location is in the Evergreen Room (next to cafeteria) at Wesley Medical Center, 5001 Hardy Street Hattiesburg, MS 39402-1308. Sponsor of Hattiesburg Area Emergency Net, Sundays 9PM - 146.775(-). Visit our website www.hattiesburgamateurradioclub.org or email w5cjr@arrl.net for more information.

Jackson Amateur Radio Club, Inc. Meets 3rd Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m., Am. Red Cross Bldg., Riverside Dr., Jackson, MS 39202. https://www.msham.org/

Magnolia Amateur Radio Club (MARC) in Starkville, MS meetings on the second Thursday of the month at 6pm (for dutch-treat dinner) followed at 7pm by a program on amateur radio. Meetings are held upstairs at the Central Station Grill, 200 South Montgomery Street, in downtown Starkville. Contact Frank M. Howell, K4FMH, at magnolia.amateur.radio.club@gmail.com or see www.magarc.org for more information about MARC. Come join us!

Magnolia DX Association meets the second Saturday of each month for breakfast. Contact: N5YY at bellsouth.net for information.


Central Mississippi Amateur Radio Association Meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Rankin County EOC Building on Marquette RD in Brandon MS. VE testing available after each meeting. Contact Rick Nichols, P.O. Box 1876, Florence, MS 39073, 601/845-5592; k5fv@windstream.net; https://www.cmsara.org

Church of the Eternal QSO This club is for the promotion of contesting, DXing, awards hunting, and other on-air activities. Non-voting membership is open to all amateurs and is gained by working KD0ELN on the 3905 Century Club Nets or other places where the club call is used on air (contests, etc.). Contact Jim Duncan, KU0G; 706 E. Culton, Warrensburg, MO 64093; jdbandman@earthlink.net

Clay County ARC We are a Special Service Club hosting Amateur Radio Class and Field Day each year. Check our website for details: https://www.qsl.net/w0te/ Bob Roske, 7504 N Brooklyn Ave., Gladstone, MO 64118-2332; 816/436-0069; n0uf@kc.rr.com

Independence FM Amatuer Radio Club The IFMARC repeater at 147.090 MHz has autopatch capability, remote links for 6 meters, 10 meters and 440 megahertz. Our monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. The IFMARC also sponsorsW5YI testing on Second Saturday on each month. Contact L. Scott Portz, N0YI, P.O. Box 1541, Independence, MO 64050; 816/252-2620, n0yi@sbcglobal.net; www.ifmarc.org

Joplin Amateur Radio Club Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m., the 2nd and 4th Tuesday, January thru November, at the Red cross Building, 4th and Jackson Ave. in Joplin. Weekly Monday night nets start at 7:30 p.m. on WØIN (147.210+MHz), the club repeater. annual events sponsored include Route-66 On-The-Air, Field Day, and the 200+ table Joplin Fest - held the fourth weekend in August. Contact Jim Scott 417/621-8257, P.O. Box 2983, Joplin, MO 64803-2983; wb0iyc@arrl.net; www.joplin-arc.org

Lake of Ozark meets at the Camdenton Firestation the second Wednesday of the month 7:00 p.m. www.loarc.com. VE Exams available

Lincoln County Amateur Radio Club Meetings First Sunday of Every Month @ 2:00 pm Contact Ed N0WNV at email address n0wnv@arrl.net 

Macon County ARC. P.O. Box 13, Macon, MO 63552. Meets last Thur./monthly, 8 p.m., Macon R-I High Sch., rm.167. Net every Thurs. at 8:30 p.m. 146.805. E-mail: nupr@onelist.com

Raytown Amateur Radio Club, Inc. C/O 8304 Ditzler Avenue Raytown, Missouri 64138-3223 Radio: 145.170 MHz Minus Offset, www.k0gq.com. Regular Meetings every 4th Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm, Community of Christ Church, 6231 Manning Avenue, Raytown, MO 64133-3736

SMARC - Southwest Missouri Amateur Radio Club meets in Springfield, Missouri on the 3rd Monday of each month at the Red Cross Disaster Services building at Chestnut and Glenstone at 7pm. More information is available at https://www.smarc.org/ or contact Lora Smith, kc0epd, 2001 Club President, at 417-886-4152, or email smarc@smarc.org  The club's main repeater is 146.910(-). SMARC, w0ebe, sponsors 2 2M repeaters, 1 440 repeater, 2 packet nodes with plans for a 3rd, and one APRS digi. Activities include a Hamfest, Field Day, MS-150, Ham Classes, and Operation Santa Claus. Many of the club's members are active in ARES, SKYWARN, MARS, Fox Hunting, kit building, APRS, HF contesting, packet and more.

St Charles Amateur Radio Club Club meets second Tuesday of every month at St. Peters Senior Center. Meets Saturday mornings 7:30 a.m. Golden Corral, Zumbehl Rd St. Charles, 7:30 a.m. Contact Edwin Karl; 636/456-4404; edk0kl@centurytel.net; wb0hsi.net

Tri-Lakes ARC Meeting every Thursday, 11 a.m. at Golden Corral Restaurant, Branson, MO. Contact Larry Burchett, KCØM, 417/335-2003; ljburchett@suddenlink.net

Twin Lakes Amateur Radio Club. PO Box 795, Warsaw MO 65355. Meets each third Tuesday at 7 PM at the Warsaw Hardee's Restaurant. Radio nets every Tuesday/Thursday on 147.30. Contact Bill Martin, KA1TIU, E-mail: ka1tiu@arrl.net


Great Falls Area Amateur Radio Club (GFAARC) Meetings First (non holiday) Monday of every month. V.E. Testing every other month. Total club information including Repeaters, Nets, T-Hunts, and much more can be found by visiting: https://www.hamsnet.net/gfaarc or e-mail: n7nbb@arrl.net

YRC Yellowstone Radio Club Monthly at 7 p.m.,every third Monday except July and August. North Park Center at 19th and 6th ave. N 147.36 repeater with 100 hz tone. Contact JR Maxwell, 1929 Belvedere Dr., Billings, MT 59102; 406/655-4293; wb7wvo@gmail.com; www.k7efa.org


Ar-Sar-Ben Amateur Club of Omaha, Nebraska meets the 2nd Friday of each month at 7:30 at the American Red Cross near 81st and Spring Street. Website: https://www.qsl.net/k0usa/ Or email Mary Joseph at n0trk@qsl.net for more info.

Bellevue Amateur Radio Club, Nebraska meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:30 at the Masonic Lodge dining hall in Olde Towne Bellevue. Website: https://www.bellevuearc.org or email info@bellevuearc.org for more info.

NORTEX QRP Club. Meets the 1st Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. Location: Tarrant County College NE Campus ATB 235 Hurst, TX. Contact: Joe Spencer, KK5NA 817/572-2218, kk5na@quadj.com

Heartland DX Association - NI0DX https://www.qsl.net/hdxa Meetings are 3rd Friday of each month in Omaha, NE, 6-8pm (site changes frequently) Contact club president, Todd LeMense, KK0DX - kk0dx@lemense.com 3603 So. 89th St, Omaha, NE 68124-3931

Lincoln Amateur Radio Club The Lincoln Amateur Radio Club is a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of Amateur Radio. The Club sponsors activities and programs to promote growth in Amateur Radio, as well as furthering the experience of those already licensed, and to create international good will.

Meetings held every 2nd Wednesday of the month @ Li-Cor Inc. 4647 Superior Street, Lincoln Nebraska.

Contact Reynolds Davis, P.O. Box 5006, Lincoln, NE 68505; 402/488-3706; president@146760.net; www.k0kkv.org

Strategic Air Command Memorial Amateur Radio Club (SACMARC), Incorporated, is a Non-Profit, Public Benefit Corporation in the State of Nebraska and is affiliated with the American Radio Relay League, Incorporated, of Newington, CT. The purpose of the corporation is to preserve the communications history of the Strategic Air Command and United States Air Force. A historic military-recreation callsign (formerly associated with Headquarters SAC, Offutt Air Force Base, near Omaha, Nebraska), K¸AIR, as well as the personal call sign of General Curtis E. LeMay when he was the CINCSAC, K¸GRL, were recovered from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in order to serve as a living exhibit of both past and present amateur radio communications. Our regular business meetings are quarterly, at 7:30 PM, on the third Mondays of March, June and September. The location for these meetings is the Wendy's on Galvin Road in Bellevue, NE. We also have a special annual election meeting in December at a time and place to be announced. Primary talk-in is on 145.115- MHz (WB¸QQK/R). Back-up is on 145.235- MHz (WB¸EMU/R). Contact: president@sacmarc.org; websaite: www.sacmarc.org


Frontier Amateur Radio Society, (FARS). Las Vegas, NV. Meets the 2nd Saturday of each month 7:00 AM Omelet House Restaurant, Rancho Plaza, 2160 W. Charleston Blvd. (corner of Charleston and Rancho). No-host breakfast, amateur radio fellowship, and business meeting. Monthly "Let's Play Radio Day" following breakfast!

Open invitation is cordially extended to anyone interested in radio activies. Repeaters: 448.950 -500khz PL127.3 and 145.30MHz -600Hz, PL=100. UHF Net Saturdays 6PM. License instruction classes for Technician and General. Technical support and RFI assistance. Quarterly newsletter "The FARS Beacon". Website: www.frontierars.org. Contact: John H. Bigley-N7UR, President, 702-673-0904, n7ur@yahoo.com

Las Vegas Radio Amateur Club. P.O. Box 27342, Las Vegas, NV 89126. Meets thind Tues/monthly at 7 p.m., James Cashmen III Golf House (TPC at Summerlin). Talk-in 146.94 –100Hz, swap meet first Sat/monthly 0700L in the AES parking lot, see website for now, info www.lvrac.org Contact: Tom Petakis, KE4ULL; 702/526-0611, ke4ull@arrl.net

Nellis Radio Amateur Club. Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, Nevada 89115. Active in public service, emergency preparedness, youth activities, and advancement of Amateur Radio. Membership is open to all licensed amateurs. Club meets monthly on the third Thursday at 7:00 pm in the Outdoor Recreation Building at Nellis AFB, Las Vegas. Club sponsors
on-going classroom instruction for Technician and General class licenses, twice weekly on air code study groups, weekly vhf/uhf net, and re-broadcasts of various Amateur Radio News programs. www.nellisrac.org Contact: John H. Bigley-N7UR, President, 702-644-7126, n7ur@yahoo.com

Nevada Amateur Radio Repeaters, Inc. Sponsors many repeaters throughout the state with VoIP linking including D-Star, IRLP, Echo link and All Star methods. Sponsors the national American Red Cross, State wide ARES/RACES VoIP nets fot NV, Utah, and Idaho. Sponsors annual VoIP conference held during the Spring NAB meeting in Las Vegas. Quarterly club meetings. Contact Kent Johnson, W7AOR, 395 Peaceful Street, Las Vegas, NV 89110; 702/452-4412; w7aor@narri.org; www.narri.org

Northern Nevada Six Meter Society. Based out of Reno Nevada open to any amateur with interest in six meter modes of operation. www.sixmeters.freeservers.com We do put on a tailgate swap event.

Pahrump Amateur Radio Repeater Association, Inc. Meets 2nd Friday at 6:30 PM at Comstock Park Clubhouse, Blagg Road and SR 372. Repeater: 147.03(+) PL=100.0 Note to editor: My previous message said that we meet on the 2nd Wednesday. That is incorrect. We meet on the 2nd Friday. Contact Dick Grady, P. O. Box 3534, Pahrump, NV 89041; 775/751-5242; richard@richbonnie.com; https://www.arspn.org/

Reno QRP Group - W7FST www.renoqrp.org. Contact: Ed, WD7Y@sbcglobal.net. Meetings are at 11:30 am on the third Monday of each month at the Iron Skillet Restaurant, Alamo Truck Stop, 1950 E. Greg St., Sparks, Nevada. Everyone is welcome. We are an ARRL affiliated club, promoting the concept of building and operating low power and battery/solar powered stations. We participate in portable, contesting and general education.

Sierra Intermountain Emergency Radio Assoc., (SIERA). Meets 2nd Tues./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Carson Valley United Methodist Church, 1375 Centerville Ln., Gardnerville, NV. Contact: George Uebele, WW7E, (702) 265-4278, 147.330 MHz

SNARS (Sierra Nevada Amateurs Radio Society) We meet at 0700 the 1st Sat of every month, Sierra Nevada Amateur Radio Society Breakfast Social. Contact a member on 146.610 + pl 123 for current location. Contact Eric Christianson, 775/250-4862; P.O. Box 7727, Reno, NV 89510-7727; ke7dzz@charter.net; https://www.snars.org/index.php

Wide Area Data Group, Inc. P.O. Box 3132, Sparks, NV 89432. Meets 1st Sat./monthly, 8:30 a.m., Bonanza Casino/Restaurant, 4720 N. Virginia, Reno. Info: (702) 356-8200. Call on 147.30(+) MHz.


Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club CNHARC club meeting is the first Tuesday of each month at 1900 EDT. Location is announced on our web site. Repeater is 147.390 + or 146.985 -, PL 123.0 All interested parties are invited. Please download our monthly Newsletter "The Communicator" from our website for more club info. Contact Dave Megin, KA1VJU, President, CNHARC; PO Box 1112, Laconia, NH 03247-1112; 603/786-2942; KA1VJU@CNHARC.ORG; https://www.cnharc.org

Cheshire County DX Amateur Radio Club Meetings-3rd Wednesday of the month (Sep-June) at the Keene Fire Station on Vernon, Street in Keene, NH 03431 at 7:00 pm. Local repeaters are the K1TQY 146.985 and WK1P 147.03 Also informal meetings every Saturday at Campy's Country Kettle in Swanzey, NH at 9:30am. Info - KA1VGM, president - 603-313-2561; https://www.ccdxarc.org

Contoocook Valley Radio Club, All Capitol Area Hams, SWLs and the public are invited to meet with the Contoocook Valley Radio Club at 7:30 p.m. on the 2nd of each month at the Hopkinton Town Library, 161 Houston Dr., Contoocook, NH. Contact John Moore, 603/746-4817; Club's website www.qsl.net/K1BKE; e-mail jcn1fo@aol.com

Great Bay Radio Association an ARRL affiliated Special Service Club. General Interest, Public Service/Emergency Comms Meets 2nd Monday each month @ 7 PM (Sept-June) at the Rochester Community Center, Rochester NH. Contact William Dodge, K1BD, 603/742-0130; 78 Littleworth Road, Dover, NH 03820-4331; k1bd@arrl.net; www.w1fz.org

Intersate Repeater Society (IRS) Meets 2nd Thursday of every other month (Sept-June) at 7:30 p.m. at the Marion Gerrish Community Center, 39 West Broadway in Derry, NH. Visit Website for more info. RPTR 146.85 pl.85.4 www.irs.nhradio.org

Nashua Area Radio Club (NARC). P. O. Box 248, Nashua, NH 03060. Meets first Monday 7pm at Nashua Public Library. NARC is a general purpose amateur radio club covering Southern NH and northern MA. Our club call, N1FD, commorates our four consecutive first place Field Day finishes. Web site: https://www.n1fd.org/ Contact: Darryl Wagoner, WA1GON, 603-878-1447, darryl-wr@n1fd.org

Port City Amateur Radio Club (PCARC), Serving the Seacoast NH/Southern Maine area. Meetings first Wed./month Sept. thru June at Piscataqua Fish & Game Club, end of Tuttle Lane in Greenland, NH., 7:30pm. RPTR 145.150 (-) PL 127.3 Contact Chris, K1FOO, P.O. Box 1587 Portsmouth, NH 03862; world@w1wqm.org; www.w1wqm.org


Bergen Amateur Radio Association, (BARA). K2ZO, 286 Ridgewood Blvd., Twp. of Washington, NJ 07676. Meets first Sunday/monthly 7:30 p.m. Township of Washington Municipal Building, 350 Hudson Avenue. Township of Washington, NJ 07675. Nets: 28.350 MHz, Mon. 9 p.m., 146.79(-) 9 p.m. Wed.; www.bara.org

Burlington County Radio Club (BCRC) meets monthly every second Monday at 7:30 PM local time in the Linden Room at Medford Leas on Route 70 in Medford NJ. BCRC, a general interest club with a wide variety of activities throughout the year, welcomes guests. We participate in Field Day, contests, hold license classes and VE sessions, have programs related to Amateur Radio following our monthly meetings, sponsor the NJ QSO party, as well as 2 annual social events - a fall picnic and a December holiday dinner. BCRC members are also heavily involved with ARES/Races. Our vanity call sign K2TD belonged to a former member, now a SK. More information and directions can be found on our website at www.k2td-bcrc.org or contact us at k2td@arrl.net

The Cherryville Repeater Association meets on the second Friday of each month at 7:30 P.M. -- The First Baptist Church in Flemington, New Jersey at Main and Church Streets. Meetings are always open to ALL! Contact Walter O'Brien, W2WJO, 908/963-1245, P.O. Box 308, Quakertown, NJ 08868; w2wjo@earthlink.net; https://www.qsl.net/w2cra/

David Sarnoff Radio Club Public is welcome. Meets 3rd Tue 7:30 PM Sep-Jun at Sarnoff Corporation. Repeater 146.46 (+1 MHz) PL 131.8. Contac John DeGood, Sarnoff Corporation, 201 Washington Rd., Princeton, NJ 08540; NU3E, 609/324-4448; n2re@arrl.net; https://n2re.org/

Delaware Valley Radio AssociationP.O. Box 7024, West Trenton, NJ 08628. The DVRA meets the second Wednesday of each month. It will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 137 West Upper Ferry Road, West Trenton, NJ. The church is located one-quarter mile west of the intersection of routes 634 and 579, and is just south of Mercer County Airport. The public is invited to attend the meetings. Club website: https://www.w2zq.com; contact Phone 609/882-2240.

East Coast DX Association is an active Amateur Radio Club founded in 1994, by Andy Birmingham, WB2RQX (SK). The club consists of Amateur Radio Operators, Contesters and DXers of all levels and experience. K2VK is the club’s Vanity callsign selected in 1997. ECDXA’s mission is to educate members and others in the art of Amateur Radio and to inform them of upcoming activities related to Contesting, DXing and Amateur Radio Events of all types. ECDXA Members regularly take part in Amateur Radio Contests and other Operating Events including Public Service activities. ECDXA hosts meetings and Operating Events throughout the year. www.ecdxa.org

Fair Lawn Amateur Radio Club (FLARC) is a general interest Amateur Radio club located in Bergen County, New Jersey. We have five operating positions with 18 antenna's on the roof plus a full test work bench. All club meetings are held at the Fair Lawn Arts & Recreation Building 10-10 20th. St. Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 every Friday of the month at 7:00PM. Guests and prospective members are always welcome. Contact the club at 201/791-3841 or w2npt@arrl.net; Please visit our web site at: www.flarc.net

Gloucester County Amateur Radio Club 8:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month. Pfeiffer Community Center, Blue Bell Rd. and Main St., Williamstown, NJ 08094. Contact David MacDonald, WB3JOY, P.O. Box 370, Pitman, NJ 08071; 856/358-2952; dmacdonald1@comcast.net; https://users.tellurian.com/freddie/w2mmd/

Jersey Shore Amateur Radio Society, (JSARS). PO BOX 295, Toms River, NJ 08754. Meets Jan - Dec Monthly 2nd Thursday 7:30 PM Riverwood Recreation Building, Toms River, NJ Talk 146.910(-) Pl 127.3 Rptr. Traffic net Every nite 7:30

Middletown Amateur Radio Club, c/o R. Roman, 26 Catherine Ave., Red Bank, NJ 07701. Meeting the third Tuesday of each month. Quarterly informal dinner/pizza get-together in place of regular meeting. FD is always a big event for us. VE session second Tuesday of each month. Come join us! Contact Mike Tortorella 732/615-0355; w2iy@arrl.net; https://www.qsl.net/w2mar

Nutley Amateur Radio society 169 Chestnut Street Nutley, N.J. 07110 Club meets every 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. Contact - Tony Testa (kg2gl) @667-4033 between 6-9 PM Web Page - https://www.hometown.aol.com/kc2aup

Old Barney Amateur Radio Club P.O. Box 117, Manahawkin, NJ 08050. Meets first Tuesday of the month at the Ocean Acres Community Center, 489 Nautilus Road, Manahawkin, NJ. Meetings start at 7:30 p.m. Talk-in 146.835 rpt (-600 127.3hz PL). Check webpage for any changes and updates. E-mail n2ob@arrl.net; https://www.obarc.org

Piscataway Amateur Radio Club meets first thursday of the month 20:00 local time at piscataway EOC on sydney road off hoes lane P.O. Box 1233, Piscataway, NJ 08854, drew@techie.com . Jessie Bell Jr membership chair.

The Raritan Valley Radio Club, W2QW, meets the second Wednesday of every month at the Somerset County Fire Academy located at 402 Roycefield Rd., Hillsborough, NJ. The meeting is at 8PM. Visit our website at www.w2qw.org Contact person is Drew Moore, W2OU at drumor@optonline.net.

South Jersey Radio Assoc., (SJRA), K2AA, South Jersey Radio Association (SJRA) is the oldest continuously operating Amateur Radio Club in the United States- incorporated June 12, 1916. K2AA. Meets the 4th Wed./monthly Time: 7:30 p.m. @ Gibson House Marlton NJ 08053. Meetings generally include a guest speaker on various amateur radio topics. Meetings open to ALL licensed Hams or ANYONE interested in Amateur Radio. Talk-in Repeater : 145.29(-) pl tone 91.5 The South Jersey Radio Association is certified by the Laurel VEC to offer Amateur Radio Examinations for every license class, at no cost whatsoever to the examinee. Test sessions are generally held monthly, on the second Wednesday of the month, although some exam dates are offset due to the holidays. Please check our calendar for the schedule of exams. Test sessions are open to the general public as well as SJRA club members. Website: https://www.sjra.org:8243/r.

Tri-County Radio Association, Inc, PO Box 412, Scotch Plains, NJ meets the 1st Monday of each month at the, Westfield YMCA, 220 Clark St., Westfield and the 3rd Monday of each month at the Willow Grove Presbyterian Church, 1961 Raritan Road, Scotch Plains. For individuals and Amateurs interested in all aspects of the hobby. Talk in on W2LI, 147.255(-)141.3 See www.W2LI.org for more info.

West Essex Amateur Radio Club (WEARC). We meet at 7:30PM the 1st and 3d Wednesday of every month at the Essex Fells, NJ Service Building on Runnymead Road in Essex Fell, NJ. For information contact Bob Lange, N2NYR at 973 228-3562 or e-mail at Rllsrvcsinc@cs.com.


Sierra Blanca Amateur Radio Club, Ruidoso New Mexico. Meets each Saturday at 8:30 AM for breakfast at El Paraiso Resturant, 727 Mechem Dr. in the Sierra Mall. Visitors welcome. Radio classes, VE Exams, repeater 146.920, 100 Hz tone, ARES and RACES teams. For more information: www.sbarcnm.org or e-mail: info@sbarcnm.org.

Valencia County Amateur Radio Association, P.O. Box 268, Perlata, NM 87042 meets fourth Tues. monthly at 7 p.m. at 511 Becker St. (under the elevated water tank) in Belen, NM except for June when we hold Field Day and December when we have a party. Contact Goose Gaussoin, K5EMH, 505/864-2291; e-mail ka5emh@msn.com; website www.qsl.net/kc5our


Amateur Radio Association of the Tonawandas, (ARATS). P.O. Box 430, No. Tonawanda, NY 14120. Meets 3rd Tues./monthly (except July & Aug.), 7:30 p.m., Sweeney Hose Company, 499 Zimmerman St., No. Tonawanda, NY. Talk-in: 146.955(-) rptr. W2SEX. 

Black River Amateur Radio Club meets the second Tuesday of the month. Meetings alternate between on-air on our repeater 146.955 and in Lowville NY at the Lewis County public safety building. Lewis County Roundtable Net 8 PM nightly. See our club web site www.brvarc.org for more information.

Boonville Amateur Radio Club meets 7PM the third Thursday of the month except December (Chistmas dinner), February, and March. Black River Valley Service Net 9 PM nightly on our repeater 146.655. See our club web site www.qsl.net/boonvillearc for more information.

The Buffalo Amateur Radio Repeater Association, or BARRA as we are more familiarly known is the premier repeater club in the Buffalo/WNY area, operating voice repeaters on almost every VHF and UHF amateur band, and providing linking between those machines and those of other club's repeaters or systems. Contact D. Alderdice, P.O. Box 507, North Tonawanda, NY 14120-0507; ka2wft@arrl.net; https://barra.hamgate.net/

East Greenbush Amateur Radio Association NY, East Greenbsh- May 13,2006 - Phillips Rd. Firehouse- Pavilion Tables $10.00 (limited) Tailgating free with general admission of $5.00- Vendor setup at 6:00 a.m.- Gates open to public at 8:00 a.m.- VE sessions- Talk in 146.270- Reservations KC2CP@aol.com Contact Thomas Scorsone, P.O. Box 25, East Greenbush, NY 12061, 518/272-1494, kc2fcp@aol.com, https://www.w2egb.org

Great South Bay Amateur Radio Club - GSBARC General Meetings are the LAST Thursday of the month 8:00PM at Babylon Town Hall EOC, 200 E Sunrise HWY, N Lindenhurst NY All are welcomed. W2GSB/r 146.685 -600 136.5 PL Visit GSBARC online: www.gsbarc.org email GSBARC: info@gsbarc.org  

Genesee Radio Amateurs, Inc. (GRAM). P.O. Box 572, Batavia, NY 14021-0572. We meet at the Salvation Army Community Center, 529 East Main St., Batavia, NY. Meeting are held on the 3rd Thur./monthly(except in July, Aug & Dec.), @ 7:30 p.m.(board meetings start @ 6:30 p.m.), URL: https://hamgate1.sunyeris.edu/~gram GRAM Membership - Reed N2KZF n2kzf@arrl.net GRAM Public Info Officer - Tom, W2GIR 716/343-7866

Hall of Science Amateur Radio Club. P.O. Box 150131, Kew Gardens, NY 11415. Meets 2nd Tue./monthly, Hall of Science Bldg., 47-01 111 St., Flushing Meadow Park, 7:30 p.m. Info: Voice mail (718) 760-2022. Web: https://www.hosarc.org

K2AE...the Schenectady Amateur Radio Association has its meeting the first Monday of the month with the exception of July and August at Schenectady High School at McClellan Ave. and The Plaza. A VE session is available at every meeting. Meeting time is 7PM local time, and talk-in is on 147.06+. Everyone is welcome, contact K2VNP at 518-393-1793 for more information.,

Kings County Repeater Associations, PO Box 280285, Brooklyn, New York, 11228-0285. The Kings County Repeater Association meets the third Tuesday of every month (except July/August) at: The Guild for Exceptional Children, 260 68th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220. www.kcra.org, Contact: Ed Madison, W2SN, 718/833-7120, w2sn@kcra.org

King's County Radio Club (KCRC) Meets every 2nd Wednesday of the month at the Ryan's Visitor Center at Floyd Bennet Airfield in Brooklyn, NY. South end of Flatbush Ave, pass King's Plaza Mall, Last left just before tolls for Marine Park Bridge. Webpage is : https://www.qsl.net/kcrc/

Lancaster Amateur Radio Club. Inc. Monthly meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month at the Aurora Middle School 7:30PM Aurora St. Lancaster NY. Sponsoring two Greater Buffalo hamfests every year. WNY ARRL Convention. URL: https://larc.hamgate.net Weekly net: 147.255 MHz (107.2Hz PL) 1930 local time Contact info: Travis French, K2PCB, k2pcb@arrl.net Membership Info: Joe Gearhart, WV2NY, wv2ny@arrl.net

Long Island Mobile Amateur Radio Club. P.O. Box 392, Levittown, NY 11756-0392. We meet at Levittown Hall, 201 Levittown Parkway, Hicksville, NY on the 2nd Wed./monthly (except in July, Aug) at 8 PM, URL: https://limarc.org 24-hr. infoline: 516/520-9311.

Long Island Radio & TV Historical Society (LIRTVHS) 43 Sayville Blvd., Sayville, NY 11782, 631-378-4564, LIRTVHS@gmail.com, website www.LIRTVHS.com. Monthly meetings, the third Saturday of the month at the Sayville Public Library, 88 Greene Ave, Sayville, NY 11782. Meetings start at 10 am and usually end by 1 pm.

Margaretville Amateur Radio Club. 1 p.n. third Saturday of each month at the Arkville Firehall on route 28 in Arkville contact Lester L Bourke Sr at bourke@catskill.net  or visit our web at www.catskill.net/marc

Mount Beacon Amateur Radio Club on-air meetings each Monday evening @ 8 p.m. EST on the 146.970 Repeater. Club in-person meetings are held quarterly at the Community Room in the Poughkeepsie Galleria Mall at 7 p.m. on the 3rd Fridays of the months of March, June, Septemeber & December. Applications are available online at the club website https://www.qsl.net/mbarc and may be submitted via snail mail or at in-person meetings. Primary Repeater is the 146.970 PL 100.0 negative offset. Contact Dennis, NC2F, P.O. Box 841, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590-0841; e-mail NC2F@yahoo.com; website https://www.qsl.net/mbarc

North Franklin Amateur Radio Society, meets monthly on the 2nd Tuesday at Scotty's Diner in Moira, NY at 7pm, except for no meetings in July and August. Activities include Field Day, repeaters, new ham mentoring. Informal meetings, new hams welcome and have no dues for the first year they are licensed.

Northern Chautauqua Amateur Radio Club (NCARC) - W2SB Weekly Net on Tuesday Nights at 7:30 pm on club repeater W2SB, 146.625 (-600, PL 127.3). Monthly breakfast gathering on the last Saturday morning of each month at 9am at a local restaurant, all are welcome. For more information, visit: https://users.netsync.net/~ncarc/; email: W2SB@arrl.net; Mail: NCARC, P.O. Box 746, Dunkirk, NY 14048-0746

Northern New York Amateur Radio Association meets semi-annually at various locations in the Adirondacks. North Country Group HF roundtable 8:30 AM on 3958 KHz. NNYARA is promoting operation from current and former Adirondack fire tower locations. See www.FireTowerRadio.net for more information.

NYC Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Service. Public Service is our specialty. Train during non-emergency events to prepare for when we are needed. The organization is led by those experienced as leaders during NYC emergencies during the past two decades such as 9/11-WTC, 2003 Blackout, SI Oil Barge Fire, numerous hurricanes and nor'easters, etc.

Our weekly net is on 147.360/107.2 PL every Monday at 8:30 p.m.

Annual Citywide meeting every December. Monthly meetings in each Boro for local members.

We provide free emergency communications training and testing on our website. Combined with putting it into practice during public service events, you will become a better EmComm member of NYC-ARECS and NYC RACES. Contact Charles Hargrove, N2NOV, 445 Clove Rd., Staten Island, NY 10310; 718/876-7929; n2nov@nyc-races.org; www.nyc-arecs.org

PROS, Pioneer Radio Operators Society. General purpose radio club, Hamfest 14 June and we meet at the Sardinia, NY Historical Society Building on Savage Rd. Sardinia the 1st Wed. of every month 7:00 p.m. Contact Cindy Schwedt KC2MQU Treasurer; 57 North Main St., Franklinville, NY 14737-1036; 716/676-3903; rschwedt@netscape.com

QSY Society QSY SOCIETY: meets 1st Mondays except holidays, 7:30 at East Fishkill Community Center, Rt 82, 500ft north of Rt 376. Info: Shirley N2SKP 914/736-0717, n2skp@arrl.net, https://www.qsl.net/qsy/

The Radio Club of J.H.S. 22, N.Y.C. Inc. WB2JKJ. P.O. Box 1052, New York, NY 10002, 24-hr Hotline: (516) 674-4072. Fax: (516) 674-9600. Email: crew@wb2jkj.org  Non-profit org using Ham Radio to enhance the education of youngster nationwide. Join us - "Class room net" 7.238 MHZ, 7 a.m. E.S.T. PSE QSL!

The Rochester Amateur Radio Association, Inc. (RARA) is a widely diversified, highly active amateur radio club located in Rochester, NY. We were founded in 1930, and incorporated in September of 1960. Currently, with over 600 active members, we are one of the largest Amateur Radio clubs in North America; including many international members. Our annual Hamfest attracts thousands of attendees from far and wide. RARA provides a unifying focal point for much of the amateur radio activity in Western New York. Focusing on education, entertainment, and camaraderie. Meetings are held on the first Friday of each month Sept.--May. For full information please check out our web site at: https://www.rochesterham.org or call our hotline at 585-210-8910. Contact: Len Crellin, KC2PCD, PO Box 93333, Rochester, NY, 14692-8910

THE ROCHESTER DX ASSOCIATION INC. (RDXA) If you thrill to the chase of rare DX, if pushing yourself and your station to the limits in contests is your game, if you are an "armchair" DXer or contester, if you find the challenge and work of Field Day operations exciting, if you want to share your enthusiasm and hard-won knowledge in these fields with like-minded amateurs, then you belong in the Rochester DX Association

The Rochester DX Association meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month from September thru May. Meetings are open to everyone and you are encouraged to attend. Meeting programs are announced in the official RDXA news letter. The meetings start at 7:30 PM and take place at the Monroe County Emergency Operations Center located at: 1190 Scottsville Rd., Suite 200, Rochester, NY 14624. Visit our membership information page for more information about the Rochester DX Association, and to download a membership application.

Speculator Amateur Radio Club meets the 7PM third Monday of the month except December at the Lake Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department. Net on the Speculator Repeater 147.165 every other Monday. See our club web site www.qsl.net/sparc for more information.

Squaw Island ARC Monthly meetings on the 2d Wednesday, Sept thru June at 7 p.m. at: ONTARIO COUNTY SAFETY TRAINING FACILITY, 2914 COUNTY ROAD 48, CANANDAIGUA, NY 14424. Contact David Foster 585/398-0216; ONTARIO COUNTY SAFETY TRAINING FACILITY, CANANDAIGUA, NY 14424; D1161F@AOL.COM; www.siarc.us

Suffolk County Radio Club, (SCRC). Meets 3rd Tues./monthly, 8 p.m., Bohemia Rec. Ctr., Ruzicka Way, Bohemia, NY. Talk-in: 145.21(-) rpt. Info: W.S. Black, KB2YAP, (516) 289-5587.

Westchester Emergency Comm. Assoc., (WECA). Meets 2nd Mon./monthly, 7:30 p.m., Westchester County Ctr., White Plains, NY. Contact WECA INFO LINE (914) 741-6606 for details. Talk-in WB2ZII/R 147.06(+) PL 114.8/2A.

Yonkers Amateur Radio Club, (YARC). Meets 2nd Sun./monthly, 10 a.m., 1st Pct., Yonkers Police Station, E. Grassy Sprain Rd., Yonkers, NY. Info: P.O. Box 378, Centuck Sta., Yonkers, NY 10710. (914) 963-1021. 146.865(-), 440.150(+). 


Blue Ridge Amateur Radio Club. BRARC meets the Fist Tuesday of every month at the Stoney Mountain Activity Center on Stoney Mountain Road in Hendersonville, NC. Meetings begin at 7:30 pm local time. Visitors are always welcome Vist: https://www.radioclub.org. Contact Dick Smith, President at 828/687-9531or email k4kqj@nc4hc.us. Address: P.O. Box 831, Horshoe, NC 28742.

Brightleaf Amateur Radio Club (BARC) meets 2nd Tues/monthly 7:30 p.m. VFW Post Home 7032, 1108 Mumford Rd., Greenville, NC. Track-in 147.090
(+.600) (131.8 PL). For more information: P.O. Box 8387, Greenville, NC. 27835-8387, website: www.qsl.net/w4amc.

Brightleaf ARC Ragchew Net meets Mondays at 8:00 p.m. 147.090 (+.600) (131.8 PL). Contact Byron Highland, K4BMH, 252/735-2895; e-mail: k4bmh@arrl.net

The Brunswick Shores Amateur Radio Club is located in Brunswick County, North Carolina. Meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of the month at the Police Station in Boiling Spring Lakes, NC from 6:30 PM until 8:00 PM. Club news and events are on the website: www.n4gm.org. Contact ki4kk@bellsouth.net.

Cape Fear Amateur Radio Society (CFARS), Fayetteville NC meets the third Monday of each month at Methodist University at 7:30 PM. The club conducts a 2 meter net every evening at 7:00 PM on 146.910 {- offset and PL 100}. Licensing exams are offered once a quarter, contact Pat N4UGH at n4ughpat@aol.com for exam details. For additional information on CFARS, check out the club website at www.cfarsnc.org or contact Irv McWherter K3IRV 910.814.0475 or irv47mc@gmail.com.

Charlotte Amateur Radio Club (W4CQ) Meets 7:30 p.m. 1st Thursday of each month. We have open house every thursday at 7:30 p.m. Our club room is in the Salvation Army Bldg. at 501 Archdale Dr. The club call is W4CQ. Contact Jerry Henderson, 501 Archdale Dr., Charlotte, NC 28217; 704/972-3502 or 704/552-2332; w1jer@earthlink.net; https://www.w4cq.net

Durham FM Association Monthly meetings held the second Tuesday of each month. Check our Web site for monthly topics. Contact Jerry Gault, P.O. Box 2411, Durham, NC 27715; 919/697-9730; n4avm@arrl.net; https://www.dfma.org

IREDELL COUNTY AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY (ICARS). ICARS (W4SNC) meets the second Thursday of each month at Julia's Tally House Restaurant on Main St. in Troutman. We gather for an informal Dutch dinner from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, and our meeting and program start at 7:00. Visitors and prospective members are welcome to join us in the dinner hour, or come to the meeting and program. See www.w4snc.org for more about the club, and contact info.

Goldsboro Amateur Repeater Club (GARC) Breakfast every Sat. morning at 7:30 a.m. at Central Lunch Restaurant, Center St. Goldsboro. We'll be listening on 145.330 or 443.000 (both 100Hz tone). Contact Ray Lane KD4FV, 612 Gloucester Rd., Goldsboro, NC 27534, 919/736-3433, kd4fv@earthlink.net.

High Point Amateur Radio Club Meets first Monday monthly, 6:30 p.m. meal, 7:30 p.m. business, Golden Corral, Oak Hollow Mall, High Point, NC. Mail: HPARC, PO Box 4941, High Point, NC 27263-4941, e-mail: w4ua@qsl.net , website: https://www.qsl.net/w4ua Repeaters: 147.165+, 443.900+.

Mecklenburg Amateur Radio Society. Meets last Tues./monthly (except Dec.), 7:30 p.m., East Baptist Church, 6850 Monroe Rd., Charlotte, NC. Talk-in 146.94(-). Net 9 p.m. nightly. Contact: John Coving- ton, W4CC, (704) 334-3900, e-mail: w4cc@w4bfb.org , website: https://www.w4bfb.org

Moore County Amateur Radio Society, Carthage NC meets the third Thursday of each month at the Moore County Emergency Operations Center, lower level, 7:00p.m. Licensing courses are conducted periodically and exams alternate months, contact Charles Wackerman W3CY 910.947.2707 for details. At 8:00p.m. on Sundays and Wednesdays the club holds a 2 meter net at 146.240 + 600 offset + 91.5 tone. Contact James Johnson KI4TAT 910.400.3019 for club details.

Orange County Radio Amateurs All Amateurs invited to our monthly meetings on second Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at Sunrise Church, 1315 New Hope Trace, Chapel Hill, and Saturday morning get-togethers at the Hillsborough Bojangles, 330 South Churton Street, around 9:30AM. Our blowtorch repeater, W4UNC/R, is on 442.150MHz (PL 131.8Hz) Contact Dave Snyder, W4SAR, 1914 New Hope Church Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514; 919/644-8681; snyde006@mc.duke.edu; https://www.qsl.net/w4unc/; https://www.ncocra.org

Outer Banks Repeater Assoc. - OBRA, P.O. Box 3037, Kitty hawk, NC 27949-3037. We maintain a couple repeaters that cover the Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills, Kitty Hawk, Duck and Manteo areas on the NC Outer Banks. Visit our group website for more information, pictures, membership info and meeting dates and times. Some repeaters can be linked to Hatteras Island during emergencies and for nets. https://cbra.aginet.com Contact: Tim, k4jar@arrl.net

Raleigh Amateur Radio Society (RARS) - Founded in 1969, RARS has grown to become the largest Amateur Radio Club in North Carolina. RARS reflects a wide variety of interests: ARES and Public Service, HF operation, DX, home-brew, vintage equipment, CW, all modes of VHF/UHF, satellites, packet and computers, ATV, new-Ham training, VE testing, contests, awards, special events, FM and repeaters, Field Day operation, club meetings, shortwave listening/scanning, hamfesting and the Exciter newsletter are all part of RARS member's activities.

Randolph Amateur Radio Club 7:00 PM fourth Tuesday of every month Asheboro Public Library meeting room Butch Simpson, WS4H 336-381-4584 butch@atomic.net

Stanly County Amateur Radio Club, Albmarle, NC. Stanly County Amateur Radio Club, Albmarle, NC. meets 4th Thurs./monthly, 7 p.m. Stanly Community College. Talk-in 146.985(-)100Hz. Contact Bill Greene, 704/463-1202; k4vet@arrl.net.

Western Carolina Amateur Radio Society (WCARS) Meets the First Thursday of each month, 7:30pm Laurel Auditorium, AB Tech Community College, Victoria Rd, Asheville, North Carolina (WCARS is an ARRL affiliated Special Service Club) Robert Dockery WD4CNZ, Publicity Chair rdockery@wp.cc.nc.us

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