Meeting March 10

The next regular meeting will be a business session on March 10 at 7 pm. The program scheduled for the February 24 meeting that was cancelled due to adverse weather conditions will be held on March 24.

SPECIAL NOTE: The meeting on Feb. 24 has been cancelled due to weather conditions.  Program will be rescheduled for a later meeting.

Tomorrow is the 4th Tuesday of the month, and will be a combined Business and Presentation meeting.

I understand Derrick has something interesting to show us about how to teach an old WiFi router new tricks.

Order Your Club Shirt Today

FullSizeRenderAs was discussed during the last meeting, club shirts are now available for ordering. The prices are $27 for a customized shirt with your name and callsign, $21 for club logo only.

Please contact Jim or Johnny Miller ASAP with your size and whether you want customized or logo-only.


Ice in the Parking Lot

Due to a broken water main, there is a large amount of ice on the road and in the parking lot. Please use caution if you plan to be at the clubhouse this weekend.

CARC Planning for the Future

Officers 2015 -edited

Officers of the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club are shown in front of their clubhouse / communications center on Johnson Boulevard.  From left are President Jim Blackburn, Vice President Derek Wooley, Secretary Chris Hunter, Treasurer John Miller and Corresponding Secretary Bob Gault.

Jim Blackburn hopes 2015 will be the year the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club moves forward with an addition to their clubhouse / communications center on Johnson Boulevard.

Blackburn is serving as president of one of Tennessee’s most active amateur radio clubs. He was elected to a second term in office at the club’s November election.

His message for 2015 is two-fold.  The CARC is more than a hobby radio club but is an organization that is active in providing community services throughout the year. Secondly, the clubhouse/communications center is a busy place that needs expansion.

“For several years plans have been ‘on the drawing board’ for a much needed addition to our building for current needs.  Our membership has started several new educational and informative programs that have shown the need to expand our existing space,” Blackburn explained.  Continue reading

Become a Member of the CARC

Licensed amateur radio operators are welcome to join the club as a full member.  Full membership allows the individual to vote on issues and elections, and hold office in the club.  Associate membership is open to anyone wishing to join the CARC.  They do not have the privileges above but are welcome to attend meetings and participate in special activities.

The membership application can be  found under the About the Club   tab or click here.  Print the application, fill it out, and mail with the appropriate fee to the address at the top of the page.

You will become a part of one of the most active amateur radio clubs in the state!