The Paulding Amateur Radio Club, Inc., Paulding County’s oldest and largest amateur radio club, is a 501(c)(3) corporation that was formed in 1990 and incorporated in 1998, consisting of a membership of operators from Paulding County and the surrounding area. Club meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM at the Bartlett Masonic Lodge in Hiram.
The club has two repeaters. 443.700+ (77Hz pl) and 224.54- (77Hz pl) Both are W4TIY. Feel free to use these repeaters any time you are in the Paulding County area.
The club also operates a 10 meter beacon at 28.272. The beacon, which operates continuously, uses the W4TIY callsign and transmits a short message repeated after 3 seconds using 2.5 watts into a vertical antenna. We welcome any signal reports. Feel free to listen to the beacon any time you want to know if 10 meters is open to the Metro-Atlanta, Georgia area.
P.A.R.C. IS NOW HAVING A NET ON TUESDAY NIGHT AT 8:00PM ON THE 146.895/224.88/204551 ECHOLINK
The next meeting of the Paulding ARC will be January 11th at the Bartlett Masonic lodge 140 Main Street Hiram. By the railroad tracks
|Dennis Heaton, KM4F
Jason Kitchens, KV4TE
Bill Baker, N4GWB
The dues for the Paulding Amateur Radio Club, Inc. are $15.00 per year plus $5.00 for each additional family member over the age of 17. Membership covers January 1 through December 31.
Membership renewal dues are due every January. New members may pay a prorated amount by subtracting $1 for each month that has passed.
Dues and contributions to the Paulding Amateur Radio Club, Inc. are deductible for Federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions.