May 4 former AARC member Ed Deasey Jr KF4UTD became SK. Ed was affiliated with the AARC for many years and did a great job of documenting many club events and activities with his superb photography. For over 30 years, Ed was employed at the Virginia Highway Research facility next door to the NRAO Headquarters.… Read the rest
All in-person activities of the Albemarle Amateur Radio Club (AARC) have gone virtual during the COVID-19 emergency. Monthly meetings and informal get-togethers are now being facilitated using ZOOM. AARC members will be notified of meeting links via email. Non-members should contact Ed Berkowitz (email@example.com)… Read the rest
SKYWARN® is a volunteer program with between 350,000 and 400,000 trained severe weather spotters. These volunteers help keep their local communities safe by providing timely and accurate reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service.
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About April 1, I will sent out an email to all club members with the Link and instructions on using Zoom to conduct our April meeting. If you are not a member and would like to attend, please contact me. Ed Berkowitz, President AARC… Read the rest
A special VE session was held at Broadus Wood Elementary School on Wednesday, March 4.… Read the rest
AARC members are used to putting up antennas, but pulling them down? That was what 7 club members were up to on Saturday, Feb. 22 as they removed 2-m and low-band (47.42 MHz – a dedicated Red Cross frequency) antennas from the Red Cross headquarters in Charlottesville.… Read the rest
It is now time to renew your AARC membership for 2020. Dues remain $20 for individuals and $25 for family memberships.
To renew, login to the AARC web site using the Log-in link on the lower left, then select the “Renew AARC Membership” link on the middle left.… Read the rest