Club Repeaters:
146.680  ( - offset  /  156.7 ) W7TD
146.780   [ - offset  /  156.7 ] N7RHT
53.390  ( - 1.700 offset  /  118.8 )


Weekly   Nets: 
Monday 10 meter gathering 
       8pm on 28.375

Tuesday 6 meter gathering
7:15 pm on 50.140 USB

Tuesday Night Club Net
8pm on Club 2 meter repeater 

Next Board Meeting:
Sep 30 - 6:00 pm
Country Inn, E. Wen.

Next Club Meeting: 
Oct 2 - Time 0900
Location:  LINK Transit

Map to LINK bldg. is HERE.
Park HERE,
Enter HERE.

Contact Information: 


Postal: PO Box 5283

Wenatchee, WA  98807

!!! Net Controls Needed !!!
If interested please email the club address.  Running the Net usually takes only a half hour around once a month or so.  Lessons and instruction available, there is a written script to follow -- it really is easy and fun.

acarc NEW LicensES
scorecard  as of 8/18/21
Thanks to our VEC and ve's

                      tech  general  extra
         2021        21          5            2
         2020        14          5            4
         2019          7          5            2
         2018        27          2            2

U  P  D  A  T  E 
Joel K7ZR...
...has provided the club with a new (9/7/20) annotated list of area repeaters giving us more current and detailed info than you will see in The Repeater Book; click HERE to check out the .pdf file. 

Challenge Coins

We still have our 50th HamFest Challenge coins for sale @ $2.50 Contact Doug Gardner at (509) 630-5940 or E-mail

                    WHAT'S GOING ON?

1. You are invited to review the Chelan County Volunteer Search & Rescue July Newsletter featuring the Field Day weekend team effort combining CCVSAR and ACARC talents and successes. Read the article crafted by Jim K7MQV by clicking HERE.

2. Just Announced!!!  The SPOKANE HamFest is a GO for 2021.  It will be on September 25th. Click HERE to see the Flyer. 8/15

3 There WILL be a Christmas Party this year on Dec 11th at the Country Inn in East Wenatchee, look for more information shortly.

4. Look under the CLUB HISTORY tab and there is now a new sub-page called Silent Keys.  It will lead you to another link that lists all the folks in our club who have become SK's since 1952.  (Info thanks to Bill Miller W7JFJ) 8/15

On July 20th Sugarloaf Forest Fire Lookout Ranger and Ham WA7KJ Ken Jones was the lucky (?) recipient of another visit by reps from ACARC.  In this entourage were Club President Sal KA7ZDL, Jim K7MQV, and Rich K7RBC.  Almost immediately upon our arrival at the 5800' tower, Ken gifted the three of us Challenge Coins for souvenirs.
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 Click HERE to see more pictures and story of this year's visit to Sugarloaf and Ken.

Field Day 2021 Photos
More photos click HERE


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After a review of all the votes and comments regarding the modernization of our Club LOGO, the results are in.  The most popular design was #6, and there were 3 others in a tie for #2.  They were #1, #7, and #10 - each had 4 votes.  During our October meeting the results will be made official and the winning logo will be announced formally and the prize awarded.  An in-depth review of all the many comments will affect the winning logo's final design, as they were all pretty good and made excellent suggestions.  
Out of all the 31 formal votes submitted, the below Logo was voted the most popular, getting 9 of the votes, almost a third of the total. This entry was submitted by Val Skorpion, the daughter of KJ7MJU Debby and sister of KI7KDE Derek Knutson and is just one of many of her well-done entries. 
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The excellent runners-up in this contest.  Nice job.
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UPDATED 5/3/21


Club Dues for 2021

No increase this year, $15 plus only $6 for each additional family member.

 Mail your check to:

ACARC, PO Box 5283, Wenatchee WA 98807

One of the most regular and well-attended events that ACARC sponsors is our Tuesday night Net Check-ins.  Just to give you an idea of the activity this year, see the spreadsheet below.  A greater number of people are involved here than in our Club Meetings - or just about anything else we do. 
Weekly updates are especially important during these times of change and instantaneous re-arrangement. 
You are welcome to join in the Net formally, or perhaps just listen in to the announcements on Tuesdays at 8:00 pm - if nothing else just so you can keep up to speed on events happening - or not happening - or dates changing.
GUESTS are ALWAYS welcome.
(Click HERE to see last year's spreadsheet.)

Click on this LINK to see all the locations that viewed our web in the last month.
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