Meetings are held at the Perry Public Library the 2nd Thursday of each month from 6:309:00 p.m.

 

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HARC is a family oriented, ARRL affiliated ham radio club based in Perry, Iowa. We are friendly and aim to have fun with ham radio. Formed in March of 2010 by a group of like-minded hams, we are focused on Public Service, Fellowship, Recruitment of new hams and FUN!

You can join us at our regular monthly meetings held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Perry Public Library located at 1101 Willis Ave. Perry, IA 50220.

Although holding an FCC Amateur Radio License is not required to be a member, it certainly is encouraged. Ham radio is a wonderful hobby for people of all ages and we wish to share our passion for communicating over the airwaves with any who are interested.

The club derives its name from the Hiawatha Train service that used to run through Perry many years ago. You can read about the train service here. Part of the train line that used to run through Perry is now referred to as the Hiawatha trail. The city owned Perkins Park used to be called Hiawatha Park because of its proximity to the rail line. Our logo is loosely derived from the logo emblazoned on the front of the trains.

HARC Field Day 2014

Club dues are as follows

and are payable to

Hiawatha Amateur Radio Club:

 

Individual - $20

Family - $30

Minor - $10

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Serving Dallas County, Iowa and the surrounding area.

Hiawatha Amateur Radio Club