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    Amateur Radio license Exams

    Saturday, December 30th
    Study for your license today! Don't put if off! No code required! Just think of how much fun you will have with a genuine Amateur Radio license!

    Exam details and video!
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    The Consortium

    Monday, January, 8th
    Basic information for new and old Hams! Learn more about the Consortium by clicking on the links below.

    Learn more about the Consortium
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    The Messenger

    The November Edtion is now Available!
    In this edition of The Messenger: RaDAR Challenge, NA1Q's Workbench, BVARC Christmas Party, From the President, A Few Words on Using JT65 Modes

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    Club Meeting

    Monday, January 29th
    New members are welcome! Our club is for anyone intested in Amateur Radio. We have members who are electronics gurus and many members that are not electronics experts, but enjoy making contacts and operating radios.

    More information on meetings
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    Rte 5 Bridge is OPEN!

    (FOR NOW)
    The Stone Arch bridge on Route 5 is open again! It will remain open until March and then it will be closed for at over a year.

    Read the article in the Valley Breeze
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    Field Day 2017! Huge Success!

    Photos and video!
    Classic Field Day! In the end we had excellent sunny weather, played radio, and had good food. What could be better than that! Look above at the first photos taken by Al Meyer — KD2HDP.

    Click here to see the Field Day page and video highlights!
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    Join the ARRL!

    If you haven't joined the ARRL, you should strongly consider doing it now! Don't take the Amateur Bands for granted. The ARRL fights constantly to keep private industry from infinging on the Amateur Bands. They lobby the FCC on YOUR behalf. There is a lot of pressure to re-allocate Amateur Bands for business use.

    In order for ARRL to make the case that the Amateur Bands should be preserved, they need to demostrate that there is a real interest in Amateur Radio. Dues paying members provide the money and clout the ARRL needs. This is just one reason you should be a member.

    Check out the ARRL website!

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Learn the basics of Amateur Radio in a informal friendly environment.

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Get your ticket now! The morse code requirements have been dropped!

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You may mail in an application or just bring it to one of our meetings and introduce yourself!
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