Welcome to the home of the
West River Radio Club!
"W1RRC & WR1VT"
Now Celebrating our 11th year!
Communicating from the West River Valley in Windham County, Vermont, USA to the World.
www.westriverradio.org(We are an ARRL Affiliated Club)
WRRC MEMBERS - PLEASE VISIT THE "WRRC PTT PAGE" FOR IMPORTANT EVENT INFORMATION. This is your page for meeting changes and special club notices.
Remember our Troops Over Seas!! If you are deployed Over Seas, Send us an Email. Our Email address is email@example.com
West River Radio Club's Highlights
WRRC Club Apparel
Show your pride and promote WRRC and Amateur Radio. You can purchase WRRC Apparel by filling out an an Order Entry Form and sending it to Darrel Daley, K1KU per the instructions on the form. Here is a link to the Order Form that you can print and send to John - N1TOX.
Events Coming Up - Mark your calendars
While we are a volunteer organization, one of our pride and joy experiences is to help out at local special events with radio communications. Make sure you check out our Meeting and Event Times page for a full listing of events we offer radio communication assistance to. We also hope you check out our meeting listings for 2014 and attend a meeting. You do not have to be a member to attend, our doors are open to everyone. Give us a try and see what we are doing for our local communities.
Regular Monthly Meeting
We invite you to come and join us at our next meeting which will be held in the EMT Training Center at Grace Cottage Hospital at 7:00 PM on 14-OCT, 2014. Remember, our talk in frequency is 146.52 Mhz for directions or to chat.
Regular Monthly BOD / Luncheon Meeting
We also invite you to come and join us at our next BOD / Luncheon Meeting on 27-SEPT-2014 at the PanAsian Restuarant. This meeting is open to everyone who woudl like to attend. Good Food, Fun, Friends and great conversations!
Check out the latest edition of the Northeastern Storm Buster Emergency Manager & storm Spotter Magazine from the National Weather Service in Albany, NY. Click HERE to view current issue along with the library of prior editions on file.
The West River Radio Club News Letter the "Digital Dispatch"
The West River Radio Club Emergency Services Net.....
Every Monday, we hold our 2 Meter Net on the Marlboro, VT Repeater located on 147.015 with a positive offset and a 100 hz tone at 1930 (L). Please join us for activities that help us prepare for emergencies. Maybe you can setup a new rig, antenna, or anything that will help out our communications excel. Test it out and let's see if it works.
OUR NETS WILL RESUME ON MONDAY 15-SEPT at 1930 HRS>
As of 1-APR-2012, the HF net has been suspended. We are evaluating the options of finding an 80 meter spot to operate upon. Once we find a frequency which we can to conduct the net, we will advise one and all about the resumption of the WRRC Weekly HF Net.
Extra!! Extra!! Learn more about it!!!
Technician License classes will be scheduled soon!
The West River Radio Club offers those interested in becoming a newly licensed amateur radio operator and existing amateur radio operators, license classes to obtain your first license or to help you upgrade your existing license. Our VE team will be your Elmer's and assist you to the goal you have in mind. The cost of the class includes your class time, handouts, and the FCC Licensing test. Be ready to learn! For more information on our classes, please check out our "WRRC License Class and VE Session" section
Extra!! Extra!! It's VE Session Time!!!
The West River Radio Club will offer a VE exam session for all license levels on 2-NOV-2014. If you want to take exams, please pre-register either by emailing Darrel Daley, K1KU at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about the West River Radio Club and Amateur Radio, go to the "About Us" section of our web site. As a further thought, our membership dues are very reasonable!!! Our rates are $10.00 for the first member of the immediate family, and just $5.00 for each additional family member. We also encourage you to bring along a friend or someone who is interested in radio communications.
See who is a member of the West River Radio Club in our club Roster. We currently have 40 members of which 3 are auxiliary members! We are growing group of folks and remember, if you are a licensed operator, we hope you will consider joining us to provide help for Windham County and the surrounding areas. If you are interested in joining us, please bring in your completed application to our next meeting or mail it to the address on the form. Even if you do not have a license, but are interested in amateur radio, emergency communications or helping the public, we invite you to come to one of our meetings and join in on the fun.
Need to study for your FCC Exam? We can help here too!! We have educational links on our "WRRC Links Library" web page. Look for the heading "Educational Links and Test Sites". If you would like an Instructor Lead class, we will be glad to help out. Email any of our members, on the Roster page, or send an email to email@example.com Good Luck with your studying and your test!!
N3KL Solar Activity Monitor
We hope you have found our website both informative and a pleasure to visit. If you have any questions or comments about the West River Radio Club or our website, or wish to report any errors, send them via email to the WRRC Webmaster . We would like to hear from you!
Check back often to see what is happening with the newest HAM Radio Club in the West River Valley located in Windham County, Vermont, USA!
Our partners mean a lot to us, as we do to them. Without their support and help, the West River Radio Club would not be where we are today. We have partnered together to provide Windham County, Vermont, and the surrounding areas, with Volunteer Support, Communications, and Emergency Services.
Please take a moment to visit our partners site, It is well worth the click!!
We would like to thank Grace Cottage Hospital, located in Townshend, VT, for allowing the West River Radio Club the use of their meeting room and also allowing us to partner with them in providing Emergency Communications for Windham County and the surrounding areas.