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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!
Don Johnson will again conduct ham radio licensing testing at Perkins in Kalispell, see map below, it will start promptly at 8:00 a.m., December 6th in the west wing room. Bring a copy of your old FCC license if upgrading and a photo id if getting a new license.
Cost is $6.00 Good luck
The annual FVARC Christmas party will be held on Saturday, December 13, 5:00 pm at Perkins. Brenda has agreed to be our hostess again this year! She does a wonderful job and it is greatly appreciated! We will have a White Elephant exchange so if you would like to participate, bring a gift. Hope to see you all there!
Congratulations are in order!!
Last weekend at Perkins the following people have passed their exams for either a new license or an upgrade.
Keith Stephens KG7OYU Technician
Andrew Speer KG7OYV Technician
Ann Yudysky KF7SQE Extra Class
Kari Carter KG7OYW Technician
Jeremy Lacy KD7JKR General
Again Congratulations and we hope to see and hear you on the air waves.
Thanks to Don Johnson for coming all the way from Eureka to give these exams with Johnny K7BIR and Lyndel N7LT.
Every Saturday morning at 9am at Perkins Restaurant & Bakery located at 1390 US Highway 2 East. (See map below)
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!