Looking to get your Ham Radio license? Morse code is no longer a requirement! Do you have a entry level license and are you looking to meet with other hams and expand your knowledge about Ham radio? The free Ham radio classes given by the
WARC will be taking part in this year’s ARRL Field Day (after sadly missing last year’s due to weather/safety concerns). We will be active from the Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown, PA, as a 5A/EPA station. Look for us: Kilo-Three-Delta-November. QRZ?!?!
The club has been looking into another day trip to ARRL HQ this spring. I have listed some tentative information below; please give me your feedback if you’d be interested and able to go: Tuesday March 22, 2016 Leaving the Ben Wilson Center between 6:00am-7:00am Traveling to
Well, that was a lot of snow…I hope this month’s Feedback finds everyone safe and secure after the Blizzard of 2016, and that no one suffered any aerial casualties from the storm! February is upon us, and since we are mostly housebound during these colder
Club members, dues are due. Renew your club membership before February 1ST, 2016 via PayPal, check or cash and you will be entered in a drawing to be held at the Club’s Meeting on February 4th, 2016. The prize will be a $20.00 gift certificate
WARC will be participating in the ARRL National Parks on the Air initiative. We have scheduled an activation from Valley Forge National Park on April 17, 2016, to be held in conjunction with the Valley Forge Revolutionary Run, which we help with every year by
Hello everyone, I hope you all enjoyed your Holiday Season. The New Year is upon us, which affords ample opportunity to explore new facets of our hobby, or make more time to get on the air. Welcome to 2016! There’s a lot on WARC’s plate
It is with a heavy heart that I need to announce the passing of Dave Simpson WI3Y, who became a Silent Key this morning. As many of you are aware, Dave had been fighting ALS for the last year or so, but remained active on our