Membership renewals for 2022 are due by the January club meeting.
The ARRL Programs and Services Committee is seeking input from stations and groups that participated in ARRL Field Day 2020 and 2021 and has posted a survey. The committee said the survey results may help shape the development of Field Day rules for 2022 and beyond. 1
The survey is accepting responses until January 17, 2022.
For a limited time a free downloadable reissue of the December 1915 QST (in PDF format) is available to ARRL members who visit http://www.arrl.org/qst-reissue.
This special reissue has been released on the occasion of the membership journal’s 100th anniversary.
More information about this download—including a contact address—is available from ARRL News
The other day I came across a how to video on becoming a radio amateur. It’s a recurring kind of publication, the kind that I’ve contributed to in the past.
I wondered what it would take to leave the hobby.
Participation in our weekly UHF/VHF Net has sharply dwindled during the last few months and it is now time to choose a future course for the net.
You can help with this process by taking the 2021 RRRA Net Survey.
All RRRA Members are encouraged to participate in this survey regardless of whether or not they are a regular net participants.