Welcome to the Queen Anne’s Amateur Radio Club web site. We are pleased to provide you with information and resources regarding amateur radio activity in our area. Some of our pages are linked directly to *.pdf documents or other web sites. Simply click the return arrow in the upper left hand tool bar of your browser to return to QAARC.
Monthly Club Meetings: Our club meets at 6:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at the Queen Anne’s County Library in Centreville (Rt. 213, Centreville). Our meetings are open to the public, and we welcome all hams and anyone with an interest in amateur radio, or emergency communications, to join us.
Weekly Nets: We hold a weekly informal net each Monday evening at 8:00 p.m. on the 146.940(-) QAC RACES repeater, PL 107.2. The net is open to all amateur operators.
If you are interested in amateur radio, please see the resources under the section titled, “Become a Ham”. To find out more about our club, please go to “About QAARC”. Up to date club activities can be found in the "News and Events" section. Our membership application can be directly downloaded from the link on the left tool bar.
Emergency Preparedness: Amateur radio operators provide emergency communications for county, state, and government agencies during disaster emergencies such as hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunmais, winter storms, power outages, and floods. See the "RACES" page for more details on how ham operators serve our community.