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club, located in Rapid City,
South Dakota (Pennington County) was founded in 1935 and
became an ARRL affiliated club in 1937.
We are an ARRL Special Service
Our members are from the Black Hills
area of Western South Dakota and adjacent states.
We invite you to join us at our monthly general meeting
on the third Friday of the month starting at 6:30 PM for
the social hour
with the meeting and technical
presentation to follow at 7:30 PM.
The meetings of the
Black Hills Amateur radio club will be held at the School of Mines EE
Bob Henriksen, KF0AM
Vice President: Don Jarvinen, K0DAJ
Treasurer: Lee Boyles, K0LGB
Secretary: Donald Kendall, N1NOX
Jeff Halgerson, K0HF
two year term expires September 2016
Bob Henriksen, KF0AM two year
term expires September 2016
Delbert Long, KD0AYN two year term expires September
Boyles, K0LGB Two year term expires September 2017
Harry Martens, WA0MFZ Two year term
expires September 2017
Dues are $20 per Member or $30 for the family and are
payable in September.
Club year is September to August.
annual general meeting, election of officers and
pot luck picnic is held on the first (1st) Sunday
the first (1st) Monday in September
- Annual dues become due and can be paid
at this meeting.
February each year the club has its annual fund
raising ham auction, VE test session and holiday
dinner in the evening.
Persons who are interested in becoming Amateur Radio Operators, are
invited to attend one of our
meetngs or they can check the ARRL web page www.arrl.org , for
- Club's mailing
W0BLK Black Hills Amateur Radio
3288 Sandstone Lane, Rapid City, SD 57701-5388
County Emergency Coordinator is ROBERT (Bob) EWING WØRE
Callsign Trustee is Gary Peterson, K0CX.
The club has a remote base station located at its
clubhouse on Radar Hill Road. Operation on 160 meters
through 70 cm bands are possible. It is open to all
current club members, restricted by their individual
license class. The link is by a UHF repeater. Contact
Jeff Halgerson, K0HF for further information. Grid
below are some of the South Dakota HF nets.
Chapter 102 Net
NJQ Noon Net
NEO Evening Net