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The Steubenville-Weirton Amateur Radio Club serves Jefferson County in Ohio and Brooke and Hancock Counties in West Virginia.

SWARC is an ARRL affiliated club (ARRL being the American Radio Relay League, headquartered in Newington, CT).

Dues:

SWARC membership requires the payment of annual club dues.  The dues are $24.00 per year (or $12.00 for the final half year for those joining SWARC on July 1st or thereafter and also $12.00 for student membership).  All members of a household are covered by the same $24.00 dues, and all licensed members of that household have full member voting privileges.  The $24.00 is payable by check (preferred - made out to SWARC) or money order, either one mailed to N8GD's QTH - address is good on QRZ.com.  Dues are payable by January 31st of each year, and those members not paid up by March 31st will be dropped from the club roster and no longer considered members.

Membership Application (necessary for NEW and returning, lapsed members only): SWARC Membership Application.pdf

Club Meeting Dates and Times:

PLEASE SEE THE Meetings PAGE ON THIS WEBSITE FOR CURRENT MEETING DATES AND TIMES

Repeater Information:

PLEASE SEE THE Repeaters PAGE ON THIS WEBSITE FOR LOCAL, SWARC SPONSORED REPEATER INFORMATION

Weekly Nets:

PLEASE SEE THE Nets PAGE ON THIS WEBSITE FOR INFORMATION REGARDING CLUB SPONSORED NETS

Club Officers:

PLEASE SEE THE Officer Contact Info PAGE ON THIS WEBSITE FOR INFORMATION REGARDING HOW TO GET IN TOUCH WITH CLUB OFFICERS

Club Station:

SWARC has no permanent club station; however, the local TERA (Tri-county Emergency Radio Association)/ARES Group has established a radio station at the 911 call center/EMA EOC, located at the Jefferson County Air Park, just south of Wintersville, Ohio.  This station is funded by the Jefferson County EMA and is operated by TERA/ARES members, all of whom are also SWARC club members.  The station is not officially associated with SWARC, however, but, as mentioned, it is associated with the Jefferson County EMA.  TERA also maintains a station at the Wintersville United Methodist Church, in their new addition, the Center for Hope.  It, too, is associated with and equipped by the Jefferson County EMA.

 

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