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-- News and Announcements --

Weekly Net on 147.000+ 100Hz

The Weld Amateur Radio Society holds an on-air get together every Tuesday night at 7:30 PM. Despite some occasional interference, the net will be on the 147.000+ 100Hz tone machine. Everyone is welcome to check-in. We hope to hear you on Tuesday night!

→ WARS net details here

-- ATTENTION --

Monthly Club Meeting

Our club meets on the first Saturday of the month. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we will meet on the air until further notice. Our April meeting is scheduled for Saturday, April 4th at 9 AM. The board will meet at 8 AM. Tune in to the 147.000+ 100.0Hz repeater.

Use the contact page if you need help getting on the air. Loaner radios are available for club members.

→PDF Agenda
→DOCX Agenda

VE Testing

Greeley area ARRL/VEC testing is held on the 2nd Saturday of even numbered months. For more information, send an e-mail to longtime Greeley resident and WARS member , or call 970-353-7094.

Currrently, testing is on hold as the ARRL has been shutdown.

→ Free Practice tests and more
→ Items to bring with you
Covid-19 is causing numerous events to be cancelled

Cancellations Galore

Unfortunately, the St. Patrick's Weekend Parade was cancelled this year due to the Covid-19 scare. Larcfest was also cancelled. Hamvention has been cancelled. The 2020 International DX Convention in Visalia, CA has heen cancelled.
Let's be safe and know that it won't last forever.

→ Protect Yourself
WARS newsletter with members waving at the camera

Weld Amateur Radio Society Newsletter

Club news, ham radio related articles, and a member spotlight are just a few things you will find in the Weld Amateur Radio Society's Newsletter. Let us know what you would like to see in upcoming editions on the Contact WARS page.

→ Mar 2020 Newsletter
→ Feb 2020 Newsletter
→ Jan 2020 Newsletter
→ Dec 2019 Newsletter
Man working on an amateur radio repeater

147.000 Repeater Noise

We need your help in tracking this down. If heard:
-Note your location & time.
-Louder or quieter than normal?
-On input of 147.600 MHz?
-How long did it last?
For now, reports can go to the Contact WARS page.
Thanks and 73!

→ ARRL - Learn about RFI