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KL7JRC
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All club meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm

Location: NOAA National Weather Service at 8500 Mendenhall Loop Road

NEXT MEETING:
Wednesday June 6, 2018
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The Mission of our club is to recruit, train and help new and committed Ham Radio operators carry on the tradition of amateur radio by using our network of technical resources and expertise to provide equipment, skilled operators, and emergency services when called upon by local authorities in time of need to assist and protect the citizens in Juneau, the community in which we live and serve. JARC is dedicated to community service and providing education to the general public about the history, operation, functions, and benefits of the Amateur Radio Service. JARC members adhere to the Amateur Radio creed and are considerate, loyal, progressive, friendly, balanced, and patriotic.

Club e-mail: KL7JRC@gmail.com


​Welcome to the Juneau Amateur Radio Club's Website (JARC) KL7JRC
Join fellow HAMs every Wednesday at Safeway 12:00-13:00
​WHAT IS HAM RADIO ALL ABOUT?
​Read it here
If you can't afford a ham radio setup yet, try this site for your computer!  Link
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Club Bulletin Board
​Club Safety Vests: $30 See Scott Novak
WE ARE LICENSED AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS WHO:
  • PROVIDE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION SERVICES
  • RUN WEEKLY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION NETS
  • TRAIN AND EXAMINE NEW HAMS
  • PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN A LINKED RADIO REPEATER SYSTEM
  • MAINTAIN A RADIO STATION AT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
  • MAINTAIN AND USE A PORTABLE ANTENNA TOWER
  • MAINTAIN AND USE A PORTABLE WINLINK HF/VHF/UHF STATION

ARES Group now meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at 6pm, just before the regular club meeting.
Pixie Workshops Continue thru May 26
12-2pm on Saturdays at the NWS
Taught by Ivan, AL5E

Morse Code Class
Starting April 7 at 1:30 pm after Pixie class
Taught by Pat, AL7L and  Delores, KL7JJB
This will be a forum to teach and practice Morse Code
Get Ready for Field Day 2018 - June 23-24 
Field Day is the biggest, most fun, event for Ham Radio. It is earning an award, a picnic, a time to learn more about Ham Radio, a license testing session, time to show off to the public, meet new friends (and old Hams). Held the last full weekend in June every year, it is the largest event in Ham Radio.

This year the Juneau Amateur Radio Club will, once again, set up its station and event at the Hagevig Regional Fire Control Training Center, 2601 Sherwood Lane, across the street from the State Trooper Office. Glenn Sicks, KLøQZ, will be the point person for Field Day. Look for more information in future newsletters and at http://www.arrl.org/field-day