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Welcome to the Montrose Amateur Radio Club!Our club, continuously active for over 50 years, is an ARRL-affiliated, general interest club serving a large swath of beautiful southwestern Colorado, including Montrose, Delta, Cedaredge, Paonia, Hotchkiss, Olathe, Lazear, Ridgway, Ouray, Telluride, Naturita, Nucla, Gunnison, and others. Our meetings are the third Friday of every month (except December) at 7:00 p.m. at the Olathe Community Center.
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Category Archives: Club Events
I have an old 12 element 2 meter Yagi/beam antenna I will donate to the first one to want it. Steve KI0KY email@example.com
Today the annual MARC Tailgate Party was held in Delta, with bargains for all. Click “continue reading” to see more pictures.
The annual Tailgate party is this weekend, Saturday June 1, at the Lions Pavillion, Confluence Park, Delta. Set up at 0800. Open 0900-Noon. $5.00 per table. Door prizes. Great bargins on all kinds of gear. Sellers: Ham radio related items … Continue reading
Here’s some more great photos from the Imogene Pass Run, with thanks to Tom Palmieri, K2PJ. ;
Dave Casler is speaking at the upcoming club meeting on Friday, 17 May 2013.
The Colorado QSO party will be held starting Saturday, August 31st, 2013, at 1200Z (6 a.m. MST) and end on September 1st at 0400 UTC (Saturday, August 31st, 4 p.m. MST). Join other stations on the air Saturday, August 31st, … Continue reading
The Montrose ARC Tailgate Party will be at the Lions Club Pavilion, 530 Gunnison River Drive, Delta Colorado from 8 a.m. until noon on Saturday June 1, 2013.. There is no admission charge. Tables are $5.00. This is an ARRL sanctioned … Continue reading
The calendar page has been updated for 2013. Please check the dates and let me know of any additions or corrections.
Here are photos of the 2012 MARC Christmas Party submitted by our Treasurer, Richard, KCØVQC. Click on “continue reading” to see all of them.
All that hard work shows up in the scores. We were 23rd overall, and that counts stations of all classes. By my figuring, not counting the battery-powered stations, we were the 4th Class 2A (two stations on the air at … Continue reading