Mentors from the Brigerland Amateur Radio Club hosted a Girls in Space 10-week workshop with the goal to introduce amateur radio and STEM to girls ages 11-17.
The ARRL advances and advocates Amateur Radio through a strong membership base currently in excess of 160,000.
What role do members and clubs play with new hams?
I recently returned from the Rocky Mountain Division Convention. In the weeks I have returned, I have thought about the things that I learned and some of the things that have happened as a result of the actions of a fellow ham, or club.
Take this opportunity to rebuild and reorganize your club.
After not being able to meet in person for almost three years, we are finally getting back to in-person meetings. But, have we lost members? […]
Amateur Digital Communications
A note from Rosy Hello, ARDC community! My oh my, what a productive year it’s been so far. Behind the scenes, we’re in the final […]
QST Now Offering a Column for Radio Clubs
QST Now Offering a Column for Radio Clubs ARRL invites you to be part of “Club Station,” the newest column in QST. This column is a space […]
Gordan R. Smith Award First Recipient
On behalf of the Utah Section of the American Radio Relay League, I am pleased to present you the in
Congratulations to the Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club
Congratulations to the Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club for their initiative in providing opportunities to youth and helping to increase awareness of amateur radio. The […]
Q2 2022 Newsletter
ARRL Utah Newsletter (Click for PDF) or go to WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE• Meet the Utah Section Staff – Current Utah Section Staff Appointments.• Section […]
Q1 2022 Newsletter
The Quarterly Newsletter is now available! Click > HERE < for PDF of the newsletter.
Davis County ARC City: Bountiful, UT Call Sign: K7DAV Specialties: Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF Services Offered: Club Newsletter, […]