Welcome to FVARC.org
Please accept our warmest welcome!
If you have ANY questions that haven't been answered through our web pages feel free to contact any member via our local repeaters, phones, or email from our contact page. We'll be more than happy to answer your questions and help you in any way possible!
The Flathead Valley Amateur Radio Club, (FVARC), setup this web site to keep you informed of our clubs activities and provide you with FVARC news.
We hope these pages will provide you with the information you seek to become more knowledgeable of amateur activities in the Flathead Valley and more involved with our club!
One more ham test opportunity before summer is upon us.
May 20th at 1:00 p.m. at the Train Depot in Whitefish, Mt.
Upstairs on the 2nd floor conference room.
Fee is $14, and bring your picture I.D. and a copy of your
old license if upgrading.
Any questions, just email me or call: email@example.com
Congratulations are in Order!!!
At the testing session last night, all passed and we have two new hams and one upgrade to General....
Brian Kahle took and passed his Tech and General...good job
L.D. Gross passed his Tech. Congratulations
Mike Lopez KI7EQP passed his General, congratulations everyone.
Leo, Ann and Tony (KC7ZWH) were testing officers.
Thank you to Rick Fletcher and Jean Fletcher for opening and providing the testing location at the Flathead Search and Rescue Building.
Would like to get your amateur radio license or upgrade your existing license? When you are ready to test contact:
Leo Yudysky, KF7ONI, VEC by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's a link to a pdf file on the club's site here which contains an article on understanding Solar Flux and how it affects our hobby. Best ever simple explanation I've read.
Every Saturday morning at 9am at Sykes Restaurant located at 202 2nd Ave. West, Kalispell.
This is an informal get-together for an "eyeball QSO".
EVERYONE is invited, especially NEW hams! This is an excellent forum for new hams to be able to sit down with seasoned hams and absorb the hobby! Come on down and enjoy some GREAT Amateur Radio talk over coffee, ham and eggs!