RARC (usually) hosts a Builder’s Day monthly on the Saturday after the RARC Club Meeting. @ 10:00 AM 10am on the Saturday following the normal club meeting each month. The purpose of the Builder’s Day is for any club members to bring in and work on projects such as Raspberry Pi, Arduino, homebrew radios, or any other projects that members are interested in working on. The Builder’s Day will be located in the same location as the monthly meeting – at the Rochester EOC, located in the lower level of the 2185 Wheelock Drive Building (Also Rochester Fire Station No. 2)
The 2021 Public Service Event season is starting and we currently have 4 different events that are available for signup currently. If you have the notion to help out (albeit beginner or seasoned veteran), head on over to the Public Service Sign Up page and get signed up today! We have events starting as early as the end of June!
Organised by: Mark Kelm, K0GMK
WHEN: Tuesday evenings EXCEPT club meeting nights
TIME: 7:00 PM DST (0000 ZULU)
WHERE:. 28.325 MHz USB
The net is open to all classes of amateur radio operators.
If the net has started when you join just wait for the pause when we ask for additional check-ins and join in with your call sign.
Possible topics for discussion are:
- New rigs, antennas, equipment and etc.
- Technical Q&A
PLEASE NOTE: In the event of a SkyWarn activation or lightning in the area the net is cancelled without notice.
This event is resuming with special conditions
The RARC holds a social event the last Thursday of each month at Wildwood In Byron (This location is new!). Plenty of parking and the food is great. Due to COVID restrictions, we’re restricted to 6 people per table. We meet around 5:30 pm. We have been leaving around 7:30. We discuss anything and everything. It is very informal. Hams that you have not seen at meetings or public service events have shown up. Come and join us.
PLEASE RSVP by 12:00 NOON on Thursday
Skywarn APRS Spotter info
Spotters that have the capability to use APRS need to provide their information so we can track them during activations. We and the Sherriff’s dept use this info to accurately track locations of storm reports.
Click on the link below and you will be taken to a form to provide your info. Any questions, contact John N0HZN @ email@example.com
Membership is open to all licensed amateurs, and to all other persons interested in supporting the purposes and activities of the club. Our club functions on a minimal budget which is used to support our activities, including Field Day, the club picnic, Christmas party, and other various events. Additionally the equipment and repeaters we all use are supported by our dues. Thank you in advance for your contribution and involvement!
Dues for Individual Members are $30 annually, and Family Memberships are $40 annually.
We are trying to keep our records up to date.
In order for us to keep the most up to date information in our member database, we ask that once a year you fill out STEP 1 below so we can keep our records current. Especially if are currently a member.
If you are joining the club, we ask that you Fill out STEP 1, and then proceed to STEP 2 to pay your dues. You can also pay by check and mail it in, just make sure to fill out STEP 1.