Welcome

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.
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Black Hills Amateur Radio Club Black Hills Amateur Radio Club

EchoLink Station

Ryan, KE0LXT, has set up an EchoLink node that he has opened for general use. It’s on 147.420. The node number is 489225. Feel free to give it a try!

Special Event

July 3-4 Join us for a special event at the clubhouse to celebrate Independence Day. There will be a special event station (W0I), a barbeque, and a view of the Mt. Rushmore fireworks. More info here.

Club Meeting

June 19, 7-8pm - We have transitioned to web meetings for the duration of the virus. Although these aren’t “official” club meetings, it keeps us in touch and we’re able to discuss activities. We’ll send an email with the web link prior to the meeting.

Bi-Weekly Net

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:00pm - Please join us for a bi-weekly rag chew net on the club UHF repeater - 444.450 MHz, tone 146.2 encode and decode. It’s an opportunity to socialize and check on friends.

ARES Newsletter

Edition - May 2020 Access the ARES newsletter here.

Welcome

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.
W0BLK
Black Hills Amateur         Radio Club Black Hills Amateur        Radio Club

Bi-Weekly Net

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:00pm - Please join us for a bi-weekly rag chew net on the club UHF repeater - 444.450 MHz, tone 146.2 encode and decode. It’s an opportunity to socialize and check on friends.

ARES Newsletter

Edition - May 2020 Access the ARES newsletter here.

Club Meeting

June 19, 7-8pm - We have transitioned to web meetings for the duration of the virus. Although these aren’t “official” club meetings, it keeps us in touch and we’re able to discuss activities. We’ll send an email with the web link prior to the meeting.

EchoLink Station

Ryan, KE0LXT, has set up an EchoLink node that he has opened for general use. It’s on 147.420. The node number is 489225. Feel free to give it a try!

Special Event

July 3-4 Join us for a special event at the clubhouse to celebrate Independence Day. There will be a special event station (W0I), a barbeque, and a view of the Mt. Rushmore fireworks. More info here.