Welcome to the Highline Amateur Radio Club
Home of the Highline Ham Community
Highline Amateur Radio Club PO Box 852 Seahurst, WA. 98062
Attention:The next scheduled HARC General Club meeting will be held on March 22nd at 10 a.m. All of our meetings are open to the public and visitors welcome!
Where do we meet: SeaTac Fire Station #45. Address is 2929 So. 200th Street Seattle, WA. 98198. Link to Club Map
The HARC "FOR SALE" page where you will find items for sale from donations, estate sales, and from our members themselves. This page changes often and at times no items for sale. If you have something you would like to add to the list, email the club.
April 2013: Andy Wappler presented
February 2013: How to Increase Swap Meet Attendance." Presented by David Okrent W7DAO.
January: Lynn Neece WR7G presented his WinMor/WinLink program including functioning equipment used.
February: Larry Shirk AA7UA provided a video overview of a very large Field Day operation using 52 stations! Quite the operation that was.
March: Mike Mraz N6MZ presented a video and discussion from the Antarctiv DXpedition VP8ORK.
April: Our own Program Director Larry Shirk AA7UA provided a couple of slides presentations. One covered the antenna raising/relocation and feedline installation at the SeaTac Fire Station #46 for the repeaters. The other discussed the 2012 Field Day Planning going on.
May: Larry Shirk AA7UA provided an overview on Field Day and the logging software going to be used.
June: Field Day 2012. No meetings
July: Fourth of July Service at the Burien Parade. Larry Shirk AA7UA provided an overview of our Field Day.
August: HARC Swapfest. No meetings.
September: Larry Shirk AA7UA provided an update to our Swapfest held in August and a video of W1AW ARRL Headquarters.
Other Upcoming Events in our Community
Stay tuned here to learn of new and exciting opportunities to get involved around your community
HARC SWAPFEST Happens every 4th Saturday in August...So plan on attending in 2013 on August 24th. Hope you will put this on your calendar. Think about volunteering and get the word out as well! The link to the SwapFest is on the menu above and you can click here: SWAPFEST
The clubs newest volunteer is Debbie Allen KB7QMQ for sewing on club emblems to newly purchased safety vests for the club. If you have additional volunteer news, let us know!
HARC always welcomes visitors and new members
If you are interested in becoming a member of HARC, we've made it pretty easy for you. Just click on the "Membership" menu link. You can submit your application and pay for your dues all in one place!
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