Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at the Grafton Multi-Purpose Senior Citizens Center, 1665 Seventh Avenue, Grafton, Wisconsin. Doors open at 7:00pm for meet and greet - Meeting starts at 7:30pm. Map
A technical program is presented by one of our members or a guest presenter at our monthly meeting (except in January, when we hold elections, and June, when we discuss our club's upcoming Field Day activities). The topics range from ham radio to personal computing to anything that would be of interest to our members. The presentations may be formal or informal and always generate lively discussions.
Here are the programs and presenters scheduled for upcoming meetings:
November - Vic Shier, WT9Q. A New, New Radio. Vic has a new Flex Radio 6600 (SCR) for contesting remotely.
December - Scott Ruesch, W9JU. SATERN. The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network, or SATERN, is a network of amateur radio operators who run or connect with various regional and international nets to handle emergency communications traffic. Scott is the SATERN coordinator for Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.
If you would like to present a topic at a meeting, contact Pat, W9JI.
We publish a robust monthly newsletter, edited by Tom (W9IPR), which details the club's activities (past and planned); provides technical information; and usually introduces some new and longstanding ORC members. Please visit our newsletter archive or click below to download the latest!
Everyone is welcome to join our weekly informal two meter net held every Tuesday evening at 8:00 PM. Members and non-members are encouraged to check in on the 146.970 MHz club repeater.
Not licensed? Looking to upgrade? Be sure to contact Tom, W9IPR for the latest class information. If not, check out http://HelloRadio.org (ARRL website) for information on upcoming exams being held in your area.