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!
The next testing session will be on Tuesday evening, October 18, 2016 at the SAR building on Three Mile Drive in Kalispell. The testing session will be at 6:00 pm. The fee for testing is $14.00. Please bring pencil, scrap paper and calculator, if you wish to use one.
If you are upgrading to General or Extra please BRING A SIGNED COPY OF YOUR CURRENT LICENSE!
INSTRUCTIONS ON OBTAINING A COPY OF YOUR LICENSE:
Go to http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/searchLicense.jsp. Search for your call sign.
Click on your call sign.
Click on the ADMIN tab. Click on "Authorization -- Licensee" Your reference copy license will open in a PDF file for printing or saving.
PLEASE CONFIRM WITH LEO YUDYSKY by email; email@example.com
or by phone; 863-2680 and leave a message.
HAM TEST SATURDAY OCT 1 2016 VALLEY PIZZA 4;30 PM EUREKA MT
Get your Ham Radio
License in Eureka
Classes starting in October 2016
Saturday Oct. 22nd 4:00 PM
Glacier Bank Meeting Room (top floor)
We will be having classes for 6 to 8 weeks at 4:00 PM
to 8:00 PM on Saturdays with the exam on the last
Saturday. You can test for any class of license.
Ham radio is the best emergency and safety network
available and will be used locally as well as world
wide in the event of any disasters, natural or man
Study books will be available at the first class.
You will need to register for the class to get a book by
calling Don Johnson at 406 889 5886
The Technician license does not require Morse code, and the
test is just 35 questions multiple choice. You can get 9
questions wrong and still pass, and during the study you will be
given all the answers up front. You can also study on line at
The license is free for 10 years, then renew on line for another
10 years. We will have equipment on display and there will be
demonstrations of various equipment. Eureka Repeater Group
sponsoring the class has many local repeaters covering all of
Lincoln County and into Flathead county, and much more.
Be prepared to increase your safety by having communications available in
any emergency situation at any time day or night with these systems.
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!