Club Repeater: 145.170 out, 144.570 in, 114.8 tone

The Pella Amateur Radio Club is an organization comprised of members from all walks of life, with the common bond of  interest in communications and electronics.  They join together for learning more about their hobby, gain more experience in these areas and use their skiils in public service.  As the weather warms up, more outside activities are planned, such as a Field Day, assistance in public service activities and a fox hunt (locating a hidden transmitter.)

Club meetings are held monthly on the third Sunday of each month.  The next meeting is scheduled for July 16 at 1:30 PM at theLiberty Evangelical Free Church, located on Iowa Highway 163 just west of Pella.  Field Day installations and testing will be done at that meeting

An informal "Ham for Breakfast" time is also held monthly, on the first Saturday of each month.  The next one is scheduled for Saturday, August 6 at 8:30 at the Chick Fil-a In Pella  You don't have to be licensed operator or club member to attend and enjoy some face-to-face time.

The Club also meets on the air weekly, on Monday evenings at 8:00 PM, using the Repeater.  All are welcome to join in, members or not.  Check the "Calendar" page for other activities, local and not local.

In addition, a group meets more informally from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM using 146.490 Simplex, on Saturdays for "radio fun", talking about anything relating to the hobby.

Club members in action:

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