Charter Day Special Event
March 9 & 10, 1400 UTC to 2200 UTC
Send QSL to: HARC, 3341 Sheffield Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19136
Celebrate Independence Week by making contact with WM3PEN.
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What a fun event. In 2011 the club made almost 1200 contacts, covering 47 states, 6 Canadian Provinces and 13 countries. For 2012 we had 1600+ QSO's. Looking for your contact to make 2013 even better.
Don't forget to send in your QSL to receive our special card.
WAS - VUCC
Getting close to either award, Bob, WA3PZO, has been appointed as an Awards Manager for the ARRL.
Bob will be able to check your QSL cards for either award and forward the application to ARRL Headquarters.
The advantage is that you will not have to send your QSL cards to ARRL.
Here are the instructions for WAS and VUCC.
Pennsylvania "67" Challenge
Have you worked all 67 counties in Pennsylvania? Have you tried?
Worked All Counties Award
When you do, here is the opportunity to earn an attractive award certificate for the wall of your shack.
Full details are available here.
Tribander for Field Day 2010
Read the latest issue of the "HARC SPARK" April 2013
The Holmesburg Amateur Radio Club Newsletter.
Formed in 1978 the Holmesburg Amateur Radio Club has been known for its great repeater coverage of Philadelphia. For those familiar with Philadelphia, they know that the City's founder William Penn overlooks the City from City Hall. Now thanks to HARC, his "voice" is heard on the air when Club members are on the air with the Club Call - WM3PEN.
H.A.R.C. is a multi-faceted group of hams from all walks of life of any age. Members have a wide and varying interest in the hobby.
Our weekly net is held on the HARC repeater (146.685- pl 146.2) every Wednesday evening at 8:00 PM.
HARC is an ARRL Special Services club. We provide communications support for a variety of public service events. The Club has provided communications for the Mayfair / Holmesburg Thanksgiving parade for over 15 years. We have received a plague from the March of Dimes for service during the 2000 Walk America. Over the years HARC has provided communications for various marathons, charity walks, bike races, parades, and the 1980 Winter Olympic Torch Run.
Come and visit us at one of our regular meetings, the fourth Thursday of the month at the Eight District Philadelphia Police station. Academy and Red Lion Roads, at 8:00 P.M. Guests are always welcome. Old or new hams, and those interested in learning about amateur radio. If you have any ham friends or someone that is interested in getting a license, bring them along to a club meeting. We would love to meet them. H.A.R.C. is always open to new members.
Would you like to learn more about ham radio. If so, then please visit;
Of course you can visit one of our meetings to ask questions or eMail us at wm3pen @ arrl . net. We'd be happy to assist you.