Current Events

Ham Radio Exam

March 13th, 2021 at 9:00am
Held at the American Legion Post 119
4561 Greenstone Road, Placerville CA 95667
Testing Fees $14.00
Contact Ken Vogele, W6KWV at 530-642-9523

Next Meeting Thur, Feb 25th

Join us for our monthly meeting Thursday February 25th at 7:00 PM. 
Via Zoom.

2021 Membership Dues

Your 2021 Membership dues are due!
Membership link will take you to the payment page.
Payments can also be mailed to the club PO Box.

For all of the CW operators there is a new CW net.  The CW net is on 6m at 50.099. It is being held every Monday evening at 7:30PM.  The net controll station is Mark K6JJR in Auburn.   The net will run at the speed of the slowest operator.   Even for new CW operators listing to a net is good practice for improving your CW copy ability.  

The El Dorado County ARC is celebrating the 173rd aniversy of the discovery of gold in California.  Listen for our club members caling CQ as AG6AU on HF and VHF bands during the weekend of January 23rd and 24th.  Contacts can request a QSL card by sending a self addressed, stamped envelope to:

El Dorado County ARC
P.O. Box 451
Placerville, CA 95667

We look forward to working you during our special event weekend.

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For the second year in row the EDCARC has decorated a Christmas Tree that is displayed along Highway 50 in Placerville.  Our tree started out on the corner of Spring Street and Highway 50 but a clerical error forced us to move to just East of the parking garage behind Placerville Hardware.  The weather was great and we had a good time decorating the tree for the club.  The crew was Phil KK6YYD, Sue KM6ILP, Jeremy W6TKD his wife Ursula and daughter Julieta and Jay KE6GLA and Nancy KG6PNP.  We used the AF6SA light flasher again so after Thanksgiving you should see the tree sending AG6AU.

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We are sad to announce that Frank Sharit, W6DHN became a Silent Key on October 25th.  Frank and his wife Kathy have been long time members of the radio club.   Frank served many roles in the radio club over the years.  He was also was a very active as a NTS and Navy MARS station.   Frank was volunteer fireman with the Georgetown Fire Department.  He also retired from the Navy as a Master Chief Hospital Corpsman after 30 years of service.

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