The best ways to learn about Amateur Radio is to talk to hams face-to-face. Hams take pride in their ability to “Elmer” (teach) newcomers the ropes to get them started in the hobby.
Amateur Radio operators come from all walks of life — doctors, students, kids, politicians, truck drivers, movie stars, missionaries and even your average neighbor next door. They are of all ages, sexes, income levels and nationalities. Whether through Morse Code on an old brass telegraph key, voice communication on a hand-held radio or computerized messages transmitted via satellite, all hams use radio to reach out to the world. click for more @ ARRL
Meeting on the second Tuesday of the month except December at 1900.
Located at the EAA hanger. Briscoe Field Lawrenceville, Ga near the intersection of highway 316 and Hi-Hope Road and Airport Road monitor 147.075 + PL 82.5
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Join the GARS 2m net on Monday at 1930 on frequency 147.075+ pl82.5