The Monroe Amateur Radio Club will be operating Special Event Station W4A on Saturday, Oct. 13th! We are excited to announce our involvement with the Charles Hall Museum, which is highlighting their antique radio equipment in October!
The Monroe Amateur Radio Club is excited to announce their involvement with the Charles Hall Museum, which is highlighting their antique radio equipment in October! Their of equipment includes broadcast, 2-way radio, and tube collections!
On Saturday, October 13, 2018, from 10 am until 4 pm, our club will operate the special call sign W4A. We will primarily operate on 40 meters LSB, and demonstrate radio communications to museum visitors. Our club will also have tables setup with information about Amateur Radio and the Monroe Amateur Radio Club. Club members will be on hand to answer questions visitors may have.
QSL cards will be mailed to all Amateur Radio operators who contact our special event station, and certificates will be given to any operators who come to help run the station and the information table. Our special event call sign and information is listed on QRZ.com.
Charles Hall Museum is located at:
229 Cherohala Skyway
Tellico Plains, TN 37385
The Monroe Amateur Radio Club will be hosting a storm spotter class, presented by the National Weather Service. This class will take place on Monday, March 27, at 6:30 pm. This training will be held at the Monroe County Rescue Squad, located at 200 Carson St., Madisonville, TN.
Should you have any questions about this class, please Contact the club.
This class is an educational course about severe weather, and will last 1 t0 1 1/2 hours. It details how to spot severe weather, how to protect yourself and those around you, and how to report severe weather to the National Weather Service.
No registration is necessary, this class is free, and open to the public! We look forward to seeing you at this storm spotter class!