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ARRL Special Service Club
Annual ReportMeeting TimeMeeting PlaceSectionAffiliation DateSpecialties
Services Offered
Announcements
DescriptionLinksClub Members
Voting Members
Voting Licensed Amateur Members
Voting ARRL Members
Club Officers
Club Editor Name
Club Editor Email
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Boston ARCBostonMAW1BOS
Joseph W. Chapman NV1W
61726763496172676349W1BOS@arrl.netNoJul 28th 2018
3rd Thursday monthly at 7:30 PM (No July and August meeting)
Community Room, Brookline Police Headquarters, 350 Washington St, Brookline MA
EMAFeb 15th 1990
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
The Boston Amateur Radio Club is an association of amateur radio operators and others interested in the amateur radio service in and around Boston, Massachusetts. We have monthly meetings, usually including a presentation on a radio-related topic, and two operating events, SKYWARN Recognition Day in December and Field Day in June. Our monthly newsletter can be found on our website.
We offer quarterly Volunteer Exam sessions and maintain a VHF analog and a UHF DMR repeater in downtown Boston.
 
http://www.barc.org/
67656555
Joseph W. Chapman NV1W
joechapman@alum.mit.edu
4 Charlesgate E Apt 608, Boston MA 02215-2369
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Massasoit ARA IncBridgewaterMAW1MV
Barry S. Kennedy N4NMF
50845138075084513807
N1EZH@comcast.net
NoJul 31st 2018
3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM
Bridgewater Public Library
EMAJul 09th 1962
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Packet Radio BBS, Repeater
http://www.w1mv.org
50505040
Richard J. Emord KB1TEE
kb1tee@gmail.com
135 Wareham St, Middleboro MA 02346-2445
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CLAY CENTER AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
BrooklineMAW1CLABob Phinney K5TEC61752905326175290532info@STARS.radioNoDec 01st 2018
Tuesdays @ 6:30 PM
Clay Center Observatory, Brookline, MA
EMANov 28th 2006
Digital Modes, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, Hamfest, License Test Sessions, Repeater
NOTICE: As of June 7, 2018, the school administration has decided that the Clay Center Amateur Radio Club needed to remove all its equipment from the Clay Center building. Determined to keep youth ham radio alive and to rebuild the huge membership the Clay Center club has had for over a decade, the students have started a new youth and family club called "Sci-Tech Amateur Radio Society" (STARS) (http://www.stars.radio) which is supported by New England Amateur Radio Inc (NEAR), a 501(c)(3) non profit based at New England Sci-Tech Inc., 16 Tech Circle, Natick, MA. We encourage all people interested in joining the biggest youth radio club in New England to join STARS and NEAR and visit them in Natick. 

Who We Are (before June 2018)
The CC-ARC is made up of over 350 parents, teachers, students, summer campers, and even 12* NASA astronauts. There are active members who are FCC-licensed HAMs, provisional members who are working on their HAM technician licenses, and supporting members who oversee the club activities and lend help or expertise where needed.
Where We Meet
The CC-ARC is based on the top floor of the Clay Center Observatory high on a hill on a school campus in Brookline, MA. There is a radio room set up with HF, VHF, and UHF rigs, a conference room with a kitchenette for meetings and classes, a world-class telescopic observatory, and 360-degree views of Greater Boston.
How To Join
Currently, there is no fee to join. Filling out the application gives you membership privileges including, among other things, emailed newsletters and invitations to club events and activities. There are no age restrictions, however it is recommended that children be at least age 10 and that a parent enroll as a supporting member for youth under age 18. Join online: www.cc-arc.org. Go to STARS at http://www.stars.radio.
Other Activities
The Clay Center hosts educational and outreach programs, public astronomy nights, sci-tech summer camp, public lectures, and it participates in ground-breaking astronomical research. 
Youth Net
An on-air network for area youth to participate in amateur radio in a friendly, supportive environment
UHF Repeaters
Monitored repeaters for newly licensed radio operators to learn and practice radio etiquette
HAM Radio Classes
Offered through Brookline Adult and Community Education and hosted by the Clay Center, a fun parent-child shared activity
Educational Club Meetings
Topics that focus on improving knowledge and skills in amateur radio and related sciences
Club Newsletters
News and information about events, activities, and tips about amateur radio
Social Interaction
A supportive environment to meet others who share similar interests in science and amateur radio
Scouting Support
A place to work on the skills and experience needed for merit badges in amateur radio and electronics
Community Service
Participation in educational science events,
walk-a- thons, and community programs using and supporting amateur radio
Emergency Preparedness
Learning how to be ready for weather-related emergencies and how to help during severe storms
 
 
http://www.cc-arc.org
36423423498
Bob Phinney K5TEC
info@ne1ar.org
205 E Central St, Natick MA 01760-3628
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Quannapowitt Radio Association
BurlingtonMAW1EKTBob C. Reiser AA1M78127262197812726219AA1M@arrl.netNoNov 07th 2018
3rd Thursday of the month at 7 PM (except July and August)
Reading Senior Center, Reading, MA
EMAJun 14th 1949
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, License Test Sessions, On-The-Air Bulletins, Repeater
http://www.w1ekt.org
42414035
Bob C. Reiser AA1M
AA1M@yahoo.com
6 Savin St, Burlington MA 01803-2210
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Massachusetts Maritime Academy Radio Club
Buzzards BayMAKC1IKY
Andrew T. Perron AB1YN
508830500017412074155195NoJul 31st 2018
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
EMAJul 17th 2018
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Entry-Level License Classes, License Test Sessions, Mentor
http://4441
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MIT RADIO SOCIETYCambridgeMAW1MXMitchell E. Berger N2YIC61725337766172533776
w1mx-officers@mit.edu
NoApr 17th 2019
1st Tuesday each month at 7:30 PM
M.I.T. Room 50-358 (Walker Memorial, 142 Memorial Drive)
EMAApr 09th 1920
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, School or Youth Group
Hamfest, License Test Sessions
http://web.mit.edu/w1mx/
2020165
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HARVARD WIRELESSCambridgeMAW1AFWilliam E. Collins W1PL61749540426177978844w1af@harvard.eduNoAug 24th 2018Varies
12 Oxford St, Mallincrodt 217, Cambridge, MA 02138
EMAMay 05th 1973
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Entry-Level License Classes, Hamfest, Mentor
http://w1af.harvard.edu/
31313125
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SOUTHEASTERN MA AMATEUR RADIO ASSN, INC.
DartmouthMAW1AECRichard J Cabral W1RJC50899770705089977070W1AEC@arrl.netNoMay 09th 2019
1st Thursday Monthly @ 7:00 PM
54 Donald Street, Dartmouth, MA
EMAOct 02nd 1947
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, Hamfest, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
The Southeastern Massachusetts Amateur Radio Association, Inc. (SEMARA) is an ARRL affiliated club that was founded in 1932 by the late Alan Cooper, W1HSR as the New Bedford Shortwave Radio Club (NBSWC).  The association owns three acres of land at 54 Donald Street in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, which was acquired in 1955.  Business meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM.  Coffee and donuts are served at an informal "ragchew" each Sunday from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.  VE exam sessions are held on the first Saturday of even months at 10:30 AM.
The current clubhouse was erected in 1977 and is situated about 100 feet back from the road.  It consists of a meeting hall, kitchen area and two restrooms.  The original clubhouse was a Quonset hut, which was moved from Rockdale Avenue in New Bedford about 300 feet east of Dartmouth Street (a former restaurant called "Wally’s Hut") when the club first purchased the property.  That hut was attached to the current building and served as the radio room until its demolition in 2007.
In 2015, a re-purposed cellular equipment shelter was attached to the main clubhouse via a new small entry way and handicapped accessible ramp.  This newest addition functions as the radio room, containing three separate operating positions.  Each desk area contains HF/VHF/UHF gear and desktop computers/monitors, all networked together with high-speed business-class internet.  To the rear of the club buildings are a small storage shed and workshop.
At the far-left corner of the property (in the woods) is a 180-foot-tall communications tower which was erected in 1999.  The tower is situated on a 100x100 square-foot section of land leased to NETCOM, Inc., a communications site manager.  The club has exclusive rights to the top of the tower where our repeater and link antennas are located.  NETCOM in turn sub-leases the below space to various cellular providers and other tenants (including Dartmouth Police and Fire).  This arrangement provides a steady monthly income to the club.
The club owns and operates three analog repeaters, plus an APRS digipeater and iGate.  The repeaters are on the 2-meter (144 MHz), 1.25-meter (222 MHz) and 23-centimeter (902 MHz) amateur radio bands and provide exceptional coverage.  All repeaters transmit a CTCSS of 67 Hz and their output frequencies are 147.000, 224.800 and 927.8375 MHz respectively.  Additionally, the 222 MHz repeater is full-time linked with the Quahog Repeater Network (QRN) and the 902 MHz repeater is full-time linked with the New England Amateur Radio 900 MHz (NEAR-900) network.
For more information about our club, including events, VE exam sessions, repeaters and to apply for membership, please visit our web site.  Visitors are always warmly welcomed!
http://www.semara.org
405405377297
Robert B. Kelley K1KVV
r.kelley@ieee.org
51 Angelica Ave, Mattapoisett MA 02739-2287
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MYSTIC VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO GROUP
DorchesterMAN1MV
Nicholas Magliano KC1MA
78139153987813915398N1MV@arrl.netNoApr 17th 2018
Sunday at 9 AM - Please contact KC1MA for meeting info (dates vary)
590 Canton Ave, Milton, MA (Chemical Eng Bldg to the right of Fire Hq. - 2nd floor)
EMADec 12th 1993
Contest, DX, General Interest, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Repeater
http://qsl.net/mvarg
8885
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WALPOLE EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIA
East WalpoleMAWA1PLEW D. Rolph AB1PH40139214715086681392
don.rolph@gmail.com
NoApr 14th 2018EMAAug 10th 2012
Digital Modes, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, Repeater
http://8887
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Framingham Amateur Radio Assn
FraminghamMAW1FYJohn J. Iwuc KB1VXY50887980975088798097W1FY@arrl.netNoJun 10th 2018
1st Thursday of the month at 7:30 PM (September-June)
Framingham Police Station Training Room
EMAMay 08th 1933
Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Hamfest, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
 The purpose of the Framingham Amateur Radio Association, one of the oldest Amateur Radio clubs, is to provide and secure for its members the enjoyment, fellowship and benefits of the association of persons with a common and mutual interest in Amateur Radio. This shall be facilitated by furthering the exchange of technical information and data among its members, developing individual proficiency by arranging opportunities for education and training and by providing Emergency Communications and other Public Services to the Greater Framingham, Massachusetts community.
     
http://www.W1FY.org
55555526
Robert A. Hess N1UVA
circuit@fara.org
69 Country Hill Rd, Naugatuck CT 06770-4885
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Cape Ann ARAGloucesterMAW1GLOHenry N. McCarl W4RIG61768838059782815269President@caara.netYesMar 26th 2019
2nd Saturday of month at noon
Clubhouse 6, Stanwood St, Gloucester, MA
EMAOct 28th 1976
Digital Modes, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Packet Radio BBS, Repeater
http://caara.net12512512370
Jon Cunningham K1TP
Jpcrockport@gmail.com
5 Highview Rd, Rockport MA 01966-2252
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Pentucket Radio AssociationGrovelandMAK1KKM
Gilbert S. Edwards N1OZQ
pra@pra625.orgNoApr 18th 2019
3rd Thursday of Jan, Mar, May, Sept, & Nov.
West Newbury EMEMASep 13th 1980
General Interest, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Hamfest, Repeater
146.625R 131.8
http://pra625.org
16151513
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Pilgrim ARCHarwichMAWA1YFV
William A. Kretschmer N2KNL
5082214674
5082214674 2214674
n2knl@comcast.netNoMar 03rd 2019
2nd Monday of the Month at 7 PM
Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School, 195 Route 137, East Harwich, MA
EMAJul 10th 1976
Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Entry-Level License Classes, Mentor, Repeater
http://pilgrimarc.org
27252520
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Genesis ARS IncManometMAN1ZIZ
Michael D. Bennett KG1U
50894228215089422821
kg1ugars@gmail.com
NoJan 17th 2019
Last Monday Monthly at 7:00 PM
Plymouth AirportEMAJul 19th 1994
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
http://www.genesisars.org/
30303020
Robert A. Johnson KA1NMA
ka1nma@yahoo.com
PO Box 1418, Plymouth MA 02362-1418
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Algonquin ARCMarlboroughMAN1EMTimothy P. Ikeda KA1OS97856215949785621594president@n1em.orgNoApr 24th 2018
2nd Thurs Monthly 7:30 PM not July
Marlborough Middle School (Library - door 20N), Thresher Drive, Marlborough, MA 01752
EMAOct 28th 1976
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters
Hamfest, Mentor, Repeater
http://www.n1em.org
50504827
Timothy P. Ikeda KA1OS
ikedatp@gmail.com
7 Birchwood Rd, Hudson MA 01749-2801
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Special Forces Brothers Amateur Radio Cl
MiddletonMAKC1SFJon L. Coad KM6OP97885573889788557388jlcoad@comcast.netNoMay 23rd 2018Daily
All meetings are on air or through social media
EMAApr 18th 2017
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency
Mentorhttp://175121212
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Norfolk County Radio AssnMillisMAW1AGRDavid G. Doe K1HRV50837650705083765070d.doe@comcast.netNoJun 10th 2019
2nd Wednesday Monthly at 8 PM (Sept-June)
Rotates at members' homes
EMAMay 08th 1933
General Interest
Mentor
http://sites.google.com/site/norfolkcountyradioassociation/
20111111
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Nantucket Amateur Radio Association
NantucketMAW1TUK/RRobert Lang W2BTA50832572545083257254
nantucketara4170@gmail.com
NoJun 14th 2018
Quarterly - First Saturday of each month (December/March/June/September
4 Fairgrounds Road, Nantucket, MA
EMAOct 29th 2015
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters
Mentor, Repeater
http://26252515
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SCI-TECH AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY
NatickMAW1STRBob Phinney K5TEC50872041795087204179info@stars.radioNoJun 08th 2019
Tuesdays, all year, at 6-8pm
New England Sci-Tech, 16 Tech Circle, Natick, MA
EMAMar 21st 2019
DX, General Interest, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, Hamfest, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
 The Sci-Tech Amateur Radio Society (STARS) is made up of students, parents, teachers, and supportive amateur radio operators from around greater Boston, the metro-west suburbs, and New England.  There are Active Members who are FCC-licensed HAMs, Provisional Members who are working on their HAM Technician licenses, and Supporting Members who lend help or expertise where needed. STARS is supported by New England Amateur Radio Inc (NEAR), a non-profit educational group located in the same facility in Natick.
Where We MeetSTARS is based at a high-tech STEM education center called New England Sci-Tech (NE SciTech), located at 16 Tech Circle, Natick, MA.   The STARS radio room is set up with HF, VHF, and UHF rigs as well as electronics test equipment such as oscilloscopes, antenna analyzer, and spectrum analyzer. NESciTech has a conference room with a kitchenette for meetings and classes, a space science lab for astronomy and CubeSat projects, a multi-purpose classroom, a wood/metal shop with machines for project fabrication, 3D printers, and LASER cutter.  NESciTech also has a 5-meter dome inflatable planetarium for astronomy shows on-site or travel to off-site locations.  NEAR owns a custom converted news van with 35-foot antenna mast, useful for Field Day and ham conventions. STARS hosts a Metrowest UHF repeater on 446.125 MHz (- offset) PL 146.2Hz with NETS on Tuesdays at 8:00 pm.  
Our Mission StatementThrough its club activities and/or radio communications, the Sci-Tech Amateur Radio Society (STARS) shall:
 strive to introduce youth and their families to radio electronics, the art of radio communications, the importance of the Amateur Radio Service, and the rules of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
strive to spark youth interest in electronics, physics, astronomy, and other sciences through club activities and the use of the Amateur Radio Service.
provide an educational forum for advancing youth skills in the communications and technical phases of Amateur Radio use.
strive to promote and enhance good will within the local community and the global (international) community.
encourage youth to pursue interests in radio electronics related to astronomy, radio astronomy, and space-based communications.
ActivitiesSTARS seeks to help members learn and have fun with amateur radio through various club activities:
Regular Tuesday club meetings 6:00-8:00 pm. Doors open as early as 5:30 pm and close as late as 9:00 pm.
Fox Hunts before regular meetings (weather permitting) and at other special events.
Guest speakers at meetings with many STEM topics.
Radio training and practice. Mentoring during contest events.
Annual ARRL Radio Field Day on the fourth full weekend of June.
Annual Winter Field Day on the last full weekend of January.
Youth Forum at the annual ARRL Radio Convention in Boxboro on the second full weekend of September.
Antenna building activity. Build a directional Fox Hunt antenna.
SKYWarn training. Learn to be a severe weather spotter.
NETS on the air, Tuesdays 8:00 pm, 449.125MHz analog, CTCSS 146.2Hz 
QSL Card Sorting Parties. Learn to sort and route cards from around the world.
Telescope nights. View planets, the moon, or whatever is up on Tuesday nights.
Planetarium nights. Occasional planetarium shows offered on Tuesday evenings.
Jamboree-on-the-Air – host a radio event for scouts each October.
Outreach ham radio demos at area schools and science fairs.
 
http://www.stars.radio, New England Amateur Radio (NE1AR), New England Sci-Tech
160383822Bob Phinney
bobphinney@nescitech.org
205 E Central St, Natick MA 01760-3628
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Sturdy Memorial Hospital ARCNortonMAW1SMH
Raymond B. Cord K2TGX
50828540595082854059W1SMH@arrl.netNoApr 18th 2019
3rd Tuesday Monthly at 8:00 (No Meetings in July)
Sturdy Memorial Hospital Auditorium
EMANov 19th 1978
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, Mentor, Packet Radio BBS, Repeater, Tvi/RFI Committee
A full service club offering license classes, elmering, no pressure contesting and DX chasing. Field Day is our largest event, but many Public Service Events are activated during the year. . Heavy emphasis on EmComm, ARES and RACES. Maintains a Clu station as well as a Hospital EOC Station.One of the original founders of the Wastern Mass Hospital EOC Net
http://www.sturdyradioclub.org
70686864
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Billerica ARSNutting LakeMAW1HH
Andrew G. Wallace KA1GTT
61725667776172566777contact@w1hh.orgNoNov 16th 2018
1st Wednesday Monthly at 7:00 PM
Chelmsford Bible Church, 128 Gorham St., Chelmsford MA 01824
EMAJan 18th 1978
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency
Club Newsletter, License Test Sessions, Mentor
BARS specializes in friendly mentoring and get-on-the-air experience. We hold VE exams every second Thursday. We are a presence at the Boxboro MA ARRL convention as well as Near-Fest twice a year in Deerfield NH!
http://www.w1hh.org
95959595
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NORTH SHORE RADIO ASSOCIATION
PeabodyMANS1RAEric N. Horwitz KA1NCFns1ra@nsradio.orgNoMar 26th 2019
2nd Monday monthly except July & August at 7:30 PM
Peabody Power and Light, Warren St Ext Peabody
EMAMar 26th 1977
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
License Test Sessions, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Packet Radio BBS, Repeater
http://www.nsradio.org
145145130100
Kathleen G. Savage KB1LPW
kb1lpw@nsradio.org
10 Dale St, Revere MA 02151-3347
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Nashoba Valley ARCPepperellMAN1NCJohn A. Griswold KK1X61783457876178345787N1NC@arrl.netYesMay 21st 2019
Monthly-3rd Thursday at 7:30 PM
Pepperell Community Center
EMAAug 04th 1992
Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
The Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club (NVARC) was formed in Groton Massachusetts in the spring of 1992 and has grown from the original 13 founders to over 50 members.  While our membership is centered in the towns of Groton and Pepperell, our membership includes residents from several surrounding towns in north central Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, and extends as far as Florida and Scotland. Our purpose is to facilitate the exchange of information and general cooperation relating to Amateur Radio and to conduct club programs and activities to advance the interest and welfare of Amateur Radio in the general community.  
A Special Service Club of the ARRL, we are actively involved with introducing the general populace to Amateur Radio (Field Day, "Ham Radio 101" presentation at the local library, Girl Scouts' "Thinking Day on the Air"), sponsor club activities and perform communications services for local charity events (Groton Road Race and Townsend Canoe Race). NVARC also hosts the web page for the Central Mass Two Meter Traffic Net, and several members provide Volunteer Examinations for prospective and upgrading hams in conjunction with another area club.
NVARC is the sponsor of the Worked All Massachusetts Counties Award, and helps maintain local repeaters on 6m, 2m, and 70cm.
The Club meets at the Pepperell Community Center at 7:30 PM on the third Thursday of the month.
 
http://www.n1nc.org/
53535240
George Kavanagh KB1HFT
KB1HFT@ARRL.NET
1 Mansur St, N Chelmsford MA 01863-1710
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North East Weak Signal GroupShirleyMAW1RJAPaul C. Wade W1GHZ97896716079784252564NoJan 18th 2013
Various Times Annually on Saturdays at 1 PM
Storrs Library, 693 Longmeadow Street (Route 5) in Longmeadow, MA
VTOct 30th 1993
Contest, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Hamfest
http://www.newsvhf.com
211211211190
Donald F. Twombly W1FKF
d.twombly@yahoo.com
23 Maura Dr, Woburn MA 01801-5930
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BARNSTABLE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
South DennisMAK1PBODon Arthur K1DCA50824145925088963847
site-admin@barnstableARC.org
YesApr 18th 2019
1st Monday of each month at 7:00 PM (or as noted on website)
Dennis Police Station, corner of Bob Crowell Rd & Route 134, Dennis, MA
EMANov 20th 1957
Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
The Barnstable Amateur Radio Club is a Special Services Club that benefits members in furtherance of their common interest in amateur radio.
The Missions of the Club are,

To further the exchange of information and collaboration among members; promote radio education, collegiality, and individual amateur radio operating skill; and conduct activities that advance amateur radio operations;
To maintain and operate its amateur radio repeaters that will be open for use by all licensed amateur radio operators in a manner consistent with http://www.arrl.org/part-97-amateur-radio (Amateur Radio Service);
To render communication assistance to community emergency response systems – including The American Red Cross – for emergency preparedness training, emergency monitoring, emergency response, and other circumstances in which amateur radio communications are required or requested;
To provide requested communications services to civic groups in support of their activities; and
To increase Club membership so that its members may contribute to these Missions.
http://www.barnstablearc.org
74747440
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Minuteman Repeater AssnStowMAW1MRADavid K. Wolfe KG1H50828199255082819925contact@mmra.orgNoMay 31st 2018
3rd Wednesday September through May at 7 PM
Various Rotating Locations in Eastern MA
EMAJan 01st 1979
Digital Modes, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, License Test Sessions, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Packet Radio BBS, Repeater
http://www.mmra.org/
239239239140
Lawrence W. Banks W1DYJ
larryb.w1dyj@verizon.net
33 Blueberry Hill Rd, Woburn MA 01801-5258
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PILGRIM AMATEUR WIRELESS ASSN.
TauntonMAKA1GGJohn E. Frye N1OTY50888067515088806751n1oty@comcast.netNoMay 11th 2019
3rd Friday of the month at 7 PM
Morton Hospital - Stone Conference Room
EMAApr 20th 1991
Digital Modes, General Interest, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
http://20202018
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Falmouth ARA IncW FalmouthMAK1RK K1AIR
Brent V. Putnam W1NCH
5084440222
webmaster@falara.org
NoFeb 21st 2019
Last Thursday of the Month at 7 PM
Falmouth Fire Rescue Department EOC/Training Room
EMAJul 16th 1931
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, Hamfest, License Test Sessions, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Repeater
Falmouth Amateur Radio Association (FARA) was founded in 1931 as the Falmouth Radio Club. FARA was incorporated as the Falmouth Amateur Radio Association, Inc. in 1953 as a 501c(3) non-profit, Massachusetts corporation. FARA is an ARRL affiliated organization and an ARRL Special Services Club. The primary purposes are to operate a non-profit corporation for educational and scientific purposes as follows:
* To educate and increase the proficiency of its members in the science of radio communications.
* To provide for dissemination of information among its members concerning scientific advancement and progress in the field of radio communication.
* To organize and train units of licensed radio amateurs capable of maintaining radio communications as a public service during periods of emergency.
* To encourage and sponsor experimental activities in radio communications and electronics, and to the end that skills and experience gained in amateur radio will further the application of electronics at large.
* To promote the elevation of standards of practice and ethics in the conduct of amateur radio communications.
FARA is the largest amateur radio group on Cape Cod. For the past 85+ years, we have served the public, working with the Falmouth Police Department, the Falmouth Fire and Rescue Department and Falmouth Hospital to demonstrate and provide emergency radio communications.
Some of our members are "snow birds", fleeing the Cape for points south after Labor Day each year. Some are "summer residents", with their main residences scattered all over the Northeast. Some of our members are "transients", coming to work at one of the several institutes or government facilities on the Cape. We're probably one of the few clubs around that doesn't shut down for the summer. Some of our members only spend one or two weeks a year on the Cape and Islands, but they join FARA simply to help us support the repeater network that all of our licensed visitors enjoy so much while they are in the area.
https://twitter.com/FalmouthARA
12512512053
Lawrence Wesley Gray W1IZZ
W1IZZ@McPhersonDigital.com
323 Hatchville Rd, East Falmouth MA 02536-4015
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Waltham ARAWalthamMAW1MHL
Edward G. Bannan W1NED
NoMay 02nd 2018
Last Wednesday Monthly at 7:00 PM (July & August NO meetings)
201 Jones Road, Waltham, MA
EMAMay 09th 1941
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters
Club Newsletter, Repeater
 Original-website: 
http://www.wara64.org/
will retire link soon (2018)
please update bookmarks!
http://www.wara64.org
90909066
Mark Bolls K1KGG
K1KGG@yahoo.com
61 Rockland Ave, Malden MA 02148-3650
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Wellesley ARSWellesleyMAW1TKZDan Brown W1DAN50865335435086533543NoMar 26th 2019
Usually 3rd Tuesday monthly at 7:30 PM (except July & August)
Wellesley Police Station, 485 Washington St, Wellesley, MA
EMANov 20th 1951
Contest, Digital Modes, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Repeater, Tvi/RFI Committee
http://wars.krl.com/
35353530
Dan Brown W1DAN
34 Felch Rd, Natick MA 01760-1202
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NEW ENGLAND AMATEUR RADIO INC
WellesleyMANE1AR
Robert F. Phinney K5TEC
61745427186175290532info@ne1ar.orgNoDec 01st 2018
Tuesdays, 6:30 PM
NatickEMAJul 27th 2015
General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, License Test Sessions, Mentor, Repeater
Promoting education and growth of amateur radio as a STEM activity (science, technology, engineering, and math), as a communications hobby, and as support for emergency preparedness and public service.
New England Amateur Radio Inc. (NEAR) is a non-profit corporation operated exclusively for educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
NOTE: As of June 2018, when the Clay Center Amateur Radio Club in Brookline was closed by the school administration, the students of CC-ARC started a new club called STARS - Sci-Tech Amateur Radio Society (http://www.STARS.radio). New England Amateur Radio Inc (NEAR) is supporting the student-led STARS club at its headquarters at 16 Tech Circle in Natick. Please support NEAR and you will support STARS kids at the same time. 
New England Amateur Radio Incorporated's purpose is to promote education and growth of amateur radio as a STEM activity (science, technology, engineering, and math), as a communications hobby, and as support for emergency preparedness and public service.
Our skilled and experienced staff can help your school, scout group, MRC/CERT team, or other educational and public service groups with: 
A team of volunteer examiners to provide exam sessions.
Grants for youth to cover their fees at exam sessions.
Advisors to help you start your own amateur radio club at your organization.
Educators to give classes for your technician, general, and amateur extra level candidates.
Experienced advice on equipment purchases to maximize your investment in amateur radio.
Equipment donation and lending program.
Merit and need based scholarships for education.
Facilitate the collaboration of New England area clubs toward a common goal of education and promotion of amateur radio.
Introducing more youth to amateur radio as a hobby and STEM science.
 
https://www.nescitech.org, New England Amateur Radio Inc, STARS- youth radio club located in Natick, MA
22555
Robert F. Phinney K5TEC
info@ne1ar.org
205 E Central St, Natick MA 01760-3628
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NORTHEAST AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
WellfleetMAN1ERCRussell T. Apgar K1RTA50823763255082376325
northeastarc@hotmail.com
NoMar 25th 2019
May 2nd at 11:00 AM
Deerfield Fairgrounds, NH
EMAOct 29th 2015
General Interest
None Listed
http://neradioclub.org
28282815
Russell T. Apgar K1RTA
rapgar1@hotmail.com
PO Box 992 285 Old Wharf Rd, Wellfleet MA 02667-0992
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Yankee Clipper Contest ClubWest NewburyMAAJ1IBrian J. Szewczyk NJ1F50820283735185879562secretary@yccc.orgNoApr 22nd 2019
February, April, September, October
Various - Please check website
WMAJul 20th 1977Contest, DX
Club Newsletter, Mentor
http://www.yccc.org
421421421384
Stefan J. Rodowicz N1SR
Stefan.Rodowicz@verizon.net
809 Pendleton Avenue, Chicopee MA 01020-2960
36
PART OF WESTFORD MA - WB1GOF
WestfordMAWB1GOF
Andrew M. Stewart KB1OIQ
97825912999782591299info@wb1gof.orgYesOct 09th 20183rd TuesdayCameron Senior CenterEMAJun 24th 1989
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Repeater
http://www.wb1gof.org
10010010095
Terry M. Stader KA8SCP
ka8scp@wb1gof.org
2A Old Colony Dr, Westford MA 01886-1073
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Bristol County Repeater Association
WestportMAW1ACTRoland Daignault N1JOY61783990816178399081n1joy@arrl.netNoApr 19th 2019
First Monday of the month except when it falls on a holiday, then 2nd Monday
Fall River Main Library, 104 North Main Street Fall River - Nagle Room
EMAApr 10th 2002
Contest, Digital Modes, DX, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, School or Youth Group, VHF/UHF
License Test Sessions, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Packet Radio BBS, Repeater
http://www.qsl.net/bcra
30303027
38
WHITMAN ARC, INC.WhitmanMAWA1NPO
Joseph M. Amorelli K1JMA
7815235010wa1npo@gmail.comNoMay 28th 2018
1st Wednesday Monthly at 7 PM
Whitman Knights of Columbus Hall
EMAMay 02nd 1968
Digital Modes, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, Hamfest, Repeater
http://www.wa1npo.org
10810810863
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