This ARRL affiliated club was founded in 1916 and incorporated in 1919. Membership is open to all licensed amateur radio operators in good standing and anyone who is interested in amateur radio and would like to get a license.

Headliners

HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR 2015 FIELD DAY ARE NOW ON LINE
For those that attended this year's event, refresh those great memories. For those who were not able to attend, enjoy what you missed by checking out video highlights in 1080p HD. Just click here or go to the CLUB TIME LINE and click the CLUB EVENT HISTORY link.

THE CLUB TECHNICIAN LICENSE CLASS COMING
For those that do not have an amateur radio license yet, Club director Steve Ferrario, N0XOY will be conducting a Technician Class three day event starting Friday, July 31st and completing with an examination session on Sunday August 2nd. Additional details are available in a pdf flyer. Click here to download.

THE CLUB'S FIRST 2 METER QSO PARTY HAPPENING THIS SUMMER
Robert Klahn AD6I is coordinating the club's first VHF QSO party to take place on Saturday, August 29th. It will be a lot of fun. Details will follow as they become available. Click the dedicated timeline page often for details here.

VIDEO CAMPOUT 2015 HIGHLIGHTS NOW ON LINE
The joint venture campout between SFRC and MDARC was a success. Despite the occasional inclement weather, every activity that was planned took place as scheduled during the June 5th through 7th scheduled time window. For the first time, video shoots were produced. There is a seperate video for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday activites. Click here and watch the highlights in high definition 1080p. There is also a link via the club event history through the club time line link.

THE CREATER & PRODUCER OF AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE SK
It is sad to report that Bill Pasternak WA6ITF has passed away. Bill was the creater and producer of Amateur Radio Newsline which our club for many years participated in airing during our Monday night net. Bill started producing the newscast then called Westlink back in the mid seventies. Eventually the name was changed to Amateur Radio Newsline. Our hearts go out to Bill's family and friends. Read more details about Bill from the ARRL by clicking here

INTERACTIVE CLUB SURVEY ON LINE
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