Tri-County Amateur Radio Club - WC5C firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tri-County Amateur Radio Club - WC5C was founded in 1994, and serves Parker, Tarrant, and Wise counties in north central Texas.
The Tri-County Amateur Radio Club is a group of licensed amateur radio operators, and their families, who enjoy not only the hobby of amateur radio but also work to promote the hobby by teaching, mentoring, and encouraging other radio amateurs. We also support our community by volunteering for storm watches and helping with communications for local public service events in our areas.
Join our Thursday night net on the club repeater (147.160MHz + CTCSS 110.9) beginning at 8:00pm - all licensed amateurs are invited.
Please attend our monthly club meetings, beginning at 7:00pm on the first Saturday of each month. Our meetings are held at the Azle Municipal Center, located at 613 Southeast Parkway in Azle, Texas.
We generally have a pre meeting dinner at a local Restaurant starting at 5:30pm. Monthly dinner info can be found at - http://www.wc5c.org
FCC Amateur Radio license testing will be available after the meeting – typically around 8:00pm. Sometimes later, if there is a presentation after the club business meeting.
Club activities, announcements, meeting information, and FCC license exam information can be found at the WC5C web-site - http://www.wc5c.org
As a reminder, you don't have to be a member of Tri-County ARC to attend the meetings. Our meetings are always open to anyone wanting to learn more about amateur radio!
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