Hall and Surrounding
Amateur Radio Club welcomes you to our web site. For over 50
years, LARC has served the community in Hall and surrounding counties.
Amateur Radio equipment has certainly changed over the years but the
commitment of our members has not. We, as a club, stand ready to
provide communications in time of need. Several of our members are
involved with local, State and National Disaster Relief work with
affiliations with Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), the American
Red Cross, Georgia Baptist Disaster Relief, the Southern Baptist
Emergency Amateur Radio Service, Medical Reserve Corps and the
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Many members are also trained
SKYWARN spotters and relay important weather related information
directly to the National Weather Service in Peachtree City, Georgia via
HAM radio. This gives the NWS an outstanding “in-the-field” summary of
what the weather is actually doing. This coupled with their own data,
allows for storm warnings to be issued more quickly possibly saving
lives. We also have activities geared to have fun and we always enjoy
each others company.
You’ll find much information within the pages so please feel
free to explore. If you are interested in becoming an Amateur Radio
operator, LARC can help. Contact information is posted to assist
you. If you are already a HAM, we extend an open invitation to visit
with us at our regular club meetings.
Please see the Activities page for changes for the January, 2017 Meeting Information.
begins at 19:00)
Please see the Activities Page for additional information.
here for map of meeting location
Each month we feature a guest speaker or program presenting Amateur Radio
We hope you will visit
with us soon !!!!
us each Wednesday evening on 146.67 131.8 PL and minus
offset for the LARC Net at 8:30PM
National Weather Service Peachtree City, GA - Power Page
Weather Service (Peachtree City)
Close In Radar
Georgia Section ARRL
Solar Activity (includes