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 Roanoke Valley Amateur Radio Club (RVARC) is a non-profit, Special Service Club dedicated to the advancement and enjoyment of amateur radio. The club has been serving Southwestern Virginia since 1932.
Mission Statement
The mission of the Roanoke Valley Amateur Radio Club is to:
  •  provide emergency communications services to the community; 
  • assist other civic organizations;
  • promote the technical craft of amateur radio through class training and testing;
  • mentor new amateur operators and members;
  • enhance fellowship among radio amateurs.
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August 22nd meeting notes posted to CLUB NEWS section, excellent info on email over amateur radio

Sept 12 club meeting - Jersey night
wear the colors of your favorite high school, college or pro team to the meeting
1) brief review of Roberts Rule of Order for elections and absentee ballots
2) presentation by Dave N4JED on LOTW
3) Tinker Talk
Part 1 of building a home made voice keyer from scratch,

Please consider sharing your project with the club, contact Gary AJ4GL.

Sept 26 - officer elections, if interested in running for an officer position please contact a present officer or board member ASAP.

also refer to for various contests and special on-air events
Please invite anyone you would like to introduce to ham radio or is interested in radio, communication technology, and supporting the community using radio services

extra VE test session added , 6:15 PM before the club meeting Oct 10
additional to the regular 3rd Sunday of the month @ 2PM.
THANK YOU to all VE Coordinators and VEs !

We meet on the 2nd & 4th Friday of the month at 8 p.m. Except for June and November when we only meet on the 2nd Friday. We DO NOT meet any Friday in December.
  Meeting location is:
  Roanoke Valley American Red Cross
352 Church Avenue, SW
Roanoke, VA 24016
We also provide a monthly VE Test session on the 3rd SUNDAY of the month at 2pm also at the American Red Cross.
We have a weekly social net on Wednesday at 8 p.m. or 2000 hours local on the W4CA repeater. The repeater is located on 146.985 (-) pl 107.2.

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