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W3BN -W3CCH - The Reading Radio Club

ARRL Affiliated February 17, 1922


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FRIENDS HELPING FRIENDS ! is a fund raiser where tickets to the Boscov stores are sold for $5 each which allow the purchase of an item with up to a 10 to 25% discount.  The sale is on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at any Boscov's store. The RRC is allowed to keep the $5 dollars for a fund raiser and the purchaser gets a great deal of 10 to 25% off.

FOX HUNT ! .The next hidden transmitter hunt is scheduled for Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 1PM.  The starting location will be announced later. 

CLUB T-SHIRTS Available !  If you are interested, shirts can be purchased by contacting Chris, K3ADA. Small to XL are $18, 2XL is $20, 3XL is $21. All proceeds benefit the club and the 100th anniversary celebration.   Click here to see the design.

100th Anniversary of RRC ! March 10, 2021 is the 100th Anniversaryof the founding of the RRC.   The year 2022 is the 100th anniversary of our affiliation of the Reading Radio Club with the ARRL. (February 22, 1922)

THREE-SEVEN-TEN ! A Two Meter Activity Initiative-A way to bring more activity to the RRC 146.910 Club Repeater was introduced by Rich Ahrens, W3WJC, former Club President. The thought is to turn on your 2-Meter transceiver at 3 PM, 7 PM and 10 PM. Identify your station and see if anyone comes back and wants to shoot the breeze. No net control, just some informal conversation. Let us try this and see if we can pep up activity on the Reading Radio Club repeater. The CTCSS is 131.8 Hz.

Monday Night Nets Check into the Monday Evening Nets and join your fellow amateur radio operators. RACES/ARES Net at 8p.m. on 147.180+ and the QCWA Net at 9p.m. on the RRC repeater on 146.910- MHz.

Meeting on the Air On the Fridays that we don't have meetings at the Ag Center, consider checking into our On-The-Air Net at 8 p.m. on the Club's 146.910 MHz repeater. Remember to use the CTCSS of 131.8Hz due to the noise levels. It lasts about an hour and it starts with Amateur Radio Newsline followed by local items of interest and birthday anniversary celebrations. Lastly the roll call rounds out the hour long net. Details

VIEW FROM MT. PENN ! Catch the view from the summit of Mount Penn right from your computer.  Pagoda-Skyline Inc. has placed web cameras in both the Pagoda and William Penn Fire Tower.  The Images are updated every quarter hour. Just go to either of the links below to get started!  Fire tower Camera-1  Pagoda Camera-1  Fire Tower Camera-2  Pagoda Camera-2

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