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The Amateur Radio Society Exists to promote skills in the area of electronic communications and to build connections that will help it's members to fullfill future duties as members of society and the Church.
There are many ways to get involved, even if it's only on the radio, we want your involvement. Please check out our calendar for current events, and our repeaters page for our repeater information and other information you may need to get on the air. The other tabs provide vital resources.
If you are interested in being involved or if you have your Ham Radio License please get us your contact information so we can contact you and help keep you in the loop, as well as able to contact in case of an actual emergency where you may be used.
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March 28, 8pm, Practice Drill Introduction
March 29, 8am Field Day / Practice Drill
|Vice President||Michael Peak||KG7EIY|
|Assistant Coordinator||Tyler Southam||KE7BGW|
|Station Trustee||Rex Fisher||K7RXF|
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