HLARC Mission: To promote the educational, scientific and fraternal aspects of amateur radio and to serve the public interest
March means Skywarn time is here!
February 11 was the Advanced Skywarn in Austin at ACC. Full details are HERE
26th Annual Lou Withrow Skywarn Class is the most complete and extensive severe weather class all year.
You will have to wait till next year because this one is done.
Basic Skywarn comes to Marble Falls on 3/23
See the full schedule here http://www.weather.gov/ewx/skywarn (click calendar, click each date to expand)
What's happening in Ham Radio ?????
Classes, Swapfests, the next SET date, buy and sell equipment... it 's all in Swapnet
Click here for Swapnet Newsletter . Updated after the Austin Sunday nets and always available online
You can also subscribe and get it by email, details inside the newsletter
“SwapNet” held every Sunday at 9PM on the 146.940 repeater in Austin, TX- an AARC/ARO tradition since 1974!
2017 - 2019 HLARC Officers
Charles (Chuck) Dear
To contact the HLARC, use the email from QRZ.com for any officer
|Our Next Monthly Club Meeting is:|
When: Friday March 31st at 6:30 pm. (Potluck instead of ARES at 6 pm)Where: Marble Falls Area E.M.S. click here for a map
Most months, an ARES meeting is at 6:00 pm just before the HLARC meeting. On the LAST month of every
quarter, a pot luck covered dish dinner takes the place of the ARES meeting.
Ham Breakfast moves to Highlander Restaurant beginning 12/19/16.
The Highlander has a breakfast buffet and plenty of parking and space for us. Join in every Monday at 7:30 AM
The December meeting was a special holiday party held at the Highlander Restaurant in Burnet. Elections were held and some changes
were made in the schedule. Normal meeting day and time remain but the pot luck dinner moves to the LAST month of the quarter for 2017.
This will line up with the holiday meeting as done this year. The new officers for 2017 are shown above.
ARES SkyWarn NETWORK (Weather NET) will be activated as needed on 147.020 MHz with a PL of 88.5
Weekly ARES Net on the 147.020+ 88.5hz Repeater
When: Sunday night 8:30 pm
Who: Members and visitors
Information on Sky Warn Training Classes
CLICK on this link - http://www.weather.gov/ewx/skywarn
For General Info on Ham Radio See These Websites
Emergency Operations http://www.emergency-radio.org/
We Do That (what Ham's Do) http://www.wedothat-radio.org/wedothat/
Hello Radio - What Ham Radio is: http://www.hello-radio.org/hello/
NEW Link to Links For lots of Links to Ham Website click here
The Highland Lakes Amateur Radio Club Inc.
Has a 110' Tower on Park Rd. 4
It's primary repeater is:
The 147.020+ with 88.5hz tone (k5hla/r)
There is also a Digipeater on 145.030 (k5hla-1)
Other Repeaters in the area
Chuck (KB5YKJ) 2 meter Repeater
|Brooks (K5WGR) 2 meter Repeater||145.390||- offset||PL 103.5hz|
|Brooks (K5WGR) 70 cm Repeater||442.850||+ offset||PL 103.5hz|
Repeater Search Engines
Ham Radio Links
NEW AnswerConnect The-ham-radio-resource-guide
Almost like a Simplex Net ... Landing planes at Oshkosh Airshow http://www.oshkosh365.org/
© HLARC 2016, 2017
Serving Marble Falls, Burnet, Llano, Kingsland, Granite Shoals, Smithwick plus Burnet and Llano Counties
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Link to Club and related documents INCLUDING APPLICATIONS