WW0WWV on the air for the 104th Anniversary of WWV September 29 - October 1, 2023

The WWV ARC will once again celebrate the anniversary of WWV the weekend of September 29 - October 1, 2023.  Club member stations will be on-the-air from various locations across the country and we'd like you to have a QSO with them!  We'll post the operating schedule HERE starting September 28 so you know what bands and who it is you're communicating with.

Our next meeting is in September - Thursday, 9/28/2023 @ 6pm MDST

The next WWV ARC general meeting will be Thursday, September 28, 2023 at 6pm MDST via Zoom.

Our 104th WWV Anniversary Special Event Station will be discussed (starts just 12 hours after the start of the meeting!) as well as a proposed budget for 2024. 

Log into the website and visit the Our Club / Meeting Info drop down menu for the Zoom info.

See you Thursday, September 28, 2023


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