Click on the above graphic for more info:. The Alford Memorial Radio Club has several business sponsors that provide us with monthly door prizes and gift certificates, a web site, and many other things that help our club run smoothly and save us money. We would like to thank Ham Radio Outlet for all of the financial and technical support they have given our club over the years.
The groundhog saw his shadow — or did he? What is only a couple of days away is the first Tuesday of February. That means that the Decatur Amateur Radio Club is having its first monthly meeting of this year since we canceled the January meeting.
Joseph Lester Christophe and his wife are Katrina evacuees, and he knows how busy a disaster can be for ham radio operators. Often during disasters, ham radio operators are the only source of communications for a community. As far as disasters are concerned, whatever it takes to get people back on their feet," says Christophe.
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All are welcome! Other 2M frequencies we use are Click here to download a pdf file of listed MCARC frequencies and a suggestion for programming order.
The Bankhead Amateur Radio Club is an incorporation comprised of local amateur radio operators dedicated to public service and general camaraderie towards the radio operators of the world. We are fortunate enough to be active participants in the Skywarn network serving the Tennessee valley as well as recreational radio activities. Meetings held in December are scheduled for irregular times and are discussed in detail at the November meeting.
Two-thirds of have passed by already. We all probably wish that things would slow down a little! For the last several years we have helped him celebrate it at his house while feasting on his wife's extraordinary cooking.
The DARC is dedicated to serving the North Alabama community by promoting interest in amateur radio communication, providing emergency communications in event of disasters, and providing community service to the area where we live. We strive to provide a special interest program at each meeting following the business agenda. Come join us and enjoy the educational benefits of amateur radio plus the joy of community service. Please arrive early for the meeting because the courthouse must remain locked and we station someone at the door of the lower Lee Street entrance until to admit attendees.
A "Hamfest" is part flea market, part educational seminars, part vendor displays and sales, and all about fellowship. Amateur radio operators and those interested in electronics and computers will gather to see and talk about ham radio equipment old and new and discuss the world-wide hobby. There will be a special Youth Area, where boys and girls can experience some of the aspects and skills that go into amateur radio.