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Welcome to the Award Winning Website from HDARC
High Desert Amateur Radio Club

WINTER IS HERE SO GRAB THOSE COATS, HATS, AND GLOVES TO STAY WARM.
REMEMBER YOUR SUN BLOCK AND BE SURE TO GET YOUR FLU SHOT SO YOU CAN STAY HEALTHY AND ALIVE!

Stay safe during the thunderstorms and get indoors away from the lightning.

Get Radio-Active with the Hottest Club in New Mexico!
Bring your ideas to High Desert Amateur Radio Club and join the fun of HAM radio.
Click on the Member Services tab above.

The next regular meeting of HDARC will be on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 10:00 AM.
All club meetings are on the third Saturday at 10:00 AM.
We meet in the Community Room of the APD Northwest Area Command station on Ellison Drive,
One block west of Coors Bypass. Enter on the west side of the building.

Ed Poccia has graciously provided us with two new newsletters for July and August.
The July 2019 issue, and
the August 2019 issue, both in pdf format.
Thank you, Ed, for stepping up and helping us out.

Attention all members! Recent changes to our accounting practices now REQUIRE that EVERYONE fill out an electronic application EVERY TIME you renew or apply,
even if there are no changes to your information.
The online form provides for membership accounting, roster maintenance, and financial record-keeping.
Thank you for your cooperation in this vital task.

ALL requests for reimbursement from the Treasurer
must be submitted using this NEW form. Print the form, fill it out, and send it to the Treasurer.

Click here for form.

Welcome to our newest club members:

Rick Harris, KI5FRQ Art Nichols, KI5GOL Josef Hart, KI5GON Joseph Roberts, WD5JLR
David Hill, KI5GOQ Ken Long, KI5GDH Yayoi Tanida, KI5GDF Jorge Rivera, KI5FGH

Thanks for joining us and welcome everyone!

Links to Order Badges and Shirts are on the Ongoing Activities page.

We now have PayPal to pay dues and make donations. Please see the Membership Information page.

  

  

THE PURPOSE OF OUR CLUB:
HIGH DESERT AMATEUR RADIO CLUB OF NEW MEXICO
It shall be our purpose to further the exchange of information and cooperation between members, promote radio knowledge and individual operating efficiency, and conduct club programs and activities to advance the general interest and welfare of Amateur Radio in the community.

  

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Last updated November 2, 2019. HB2ME.