PARC Meeting Rescheduled For Christmas Party

PARC will be having it’s annual Christmas Party this year on December 17th. The location is the Capitol Heights Baptist Church located on Hwy. 14. Time: 6:30 PM.

Our regular business meeting will follow the potluck.

This is a potluck style event. PARC (a member) will be bringing the turkey, Please bring a dish if you can. Sign up below in the comments or e-mail richard at midco.net.

If you plan to attend, please comment below.

Thank you and we hope to see you there!

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PARC Christmas Party Potluck (PCPP)

PARC will be having it’s annual Christmas Party this year on December 17th. The location is the Capitol Heights Baptist Church located on Hwy. 14. Time: 6:30 PM.

Our regular business meeting will follow the potluck.

This is a potluck style event. PARC (a member) will be bringing the turkey, Please bring a dish if you can. Sign up below in the comments or e-mail richard at midco.net.

If you plan to attend, please comment below.

Thank you and we hope to see you there!

PARC Mtg.

This is just a friendly reminder that the PARC monthly meeting will be held this Thursday night at fire station #4 in Pierre.

PARC Club Meetings: The Pierre Amateur Radio Club meets every month. The regular PARC monthly business meeting will be held at 7:00 PM, the 2nd Thursday of every month at fire station #4 unless posted otherwise. Anyone is welcome to attend.

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Puerto Rico Needs Ham Radio Operators

The phone call from the Red Cross came in late Friday night, just as the full scale of Hurricane Maria’s calamity began taking shape.

“We need 50 of your best radio operators to go down to Puerto Rico.”
In the days after the worst storm in three generations hit the American island — and for many more to come — public electrical, land-line and cellular communication systems showed few signs of life. And radio networks used routinely by police officers, power company workers and other first responder still were down.

PARC POTLUCK

The Pierre Amateur Radio Club will be having a Potluck on October 12, 2017 at Fire station #4, 802 N Pierce Ave, Pierre, SD.

POTLUCK 6:30 PM

The club will provide the main meal and participants bring side dishes. Currently the main dish looks like BBQ from Tom’s Diner.

If you will be attending, please comment below. If you will be bringing a dish, please add that in the comment also.

More information to come.

The Black Hills Amateur Radio Club

“The Black Hills Amateur Radio Club is based in Rapid City, South Dakota at the junction of the Great Plains and the Black Hills.  We are a group of dedicated amateur radio operators who enjoy all aspects of the amateur service.  The club was founded in 1935 and became an ARRL affiliated club in 1937.” – From the website.

Visit the Black Hills Amateur Radio Club website.

PARC Meeting

This is just a friendly reminder that the PARC monthly meeting will be held this Thursday night at fire station #4 in Pierre.

PARC Club Meetings: The Pierre Amateur Radio Club meets every month. The regular PARC monthly business meeting will be held at 7:00 PM, the 2nd Thursday of every month at fire station #4 unless posted otherwise. Anyone is welcome to attend.

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PARC Meeting

This is just a friendly reminder that the PARC monthly meeting will be held this Thursday night at fire station #4 in Pierre.

PARC Club Meetings: The Pierre Amateur Radio Club meets every month. The regular PARC monthly business meeting will be held at 7:00 PM, the 2nd Thursday of every month at fire station #4 unless posted otherwise. Anyone is welcome to attend.

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PARC Field Day 2017

In the Pierre area, the Pierre Amateur Radio Club will be demonstrating Amateur Radio at Capitol Heights Baptist Church on Hwy. 14 north of Pierre, June 24-25. They invite the public to come and see ham radio’s new capabilities and learn how to get their own FCC radio license before the next disaster strikes.

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There are 750,000 Amateur Radio licensees in the US, and more than 2.5 million around the world. Through the ARRL’s ARES program, ham volunteers provide emergency communications for thousands of state and local emergency response agencies, all for free.

To learn more about Amateur Radio, go to www.emergency-radio.org. The public is most cordially invited to come, meet and talk with the hams. See what modern Amateur
Radio can do. They can even help you get on the air!

PARC – Pierre Amateur Radio Club