Author Archives: Tom Bosscher
For the safety of all involved, the decision has been made to cancel the IRA hamfest originally scheduled for June 6 at the Hudsonville fairgrounds. The “roadkill dinner” to be held on Friday, June 5 is cancelled as well.
John Seidelman passed away on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 following a long period of declining health. For many years, John was a member of the Holland ARC and was instrumental in encouraging others to obtain their amateur radio licenses and … Continue reading
Join the fun at the Holland Amateur Radio Club’s monthly general membership meeting Tuesday night, June 9 at 7:00pm. This meeting will be held on the air on the 147.06 repeater. As always, you need not be a club member … Continue reading
This activity will be held only if requirements can be met for the safety of all involved: On Saturday, July 11, the Holland Amateur Radio Club will be holding licensing exams for anyone wishing to get or upgrade their amateur … Continue reading
The Holland ARC can be found on the groups.io email list server. If you would like to sign up, please go to: https://k8daa.groups.io/g/k8daa From there you will see “apply for membership” icon. Click on that and follow the instructions and … Continue reading
The HARC has decided to split out “swap” messages into their own mailing list on groups.io. A list has been set up so that anyone already subscribed to the main K8DAA group will be able to post by sending a message to … Continue reading
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If you are interested in DMR, the Holland ARC has put a DMR repeater in service, co-located with the 147.06 and the analog UHF repeater at the Holland Community Hospital. Details: Rptr out 443.8875 Rptr in 448.8875 Color Code is … Continue reading
There is a PDF uploaded that has pictures of the 2018 field day. Holland ARC Field Day 2018 And Zach, KE8BSM has uploaded a great video to Youtube:
Here are 14 of the folks who helped out with the Tulip Time Parade medical communications on Wednesday, May 10, 2017. When all else fails, there is amateur radio.