There are many fine benefits of being a member of Baltimore Amateur Radio club:
1. An extensive library with QST magazine (An ARRL Publication) dating back to the 1940’s plus other material
3. Use of club equipment in the event yours is sent off for repair; you’re never off the air!
4. E-mails sent to your e-mail account with the latest club news
4. Most importantly, monthly meetings that foster camaraderie and fun.
BARC supports the Amateur Radio Service goal of providing quality pubic service, typically in the form of communications support to other public service and charitable organizations. The club has appointed a public service chairman to coordinate, train and supervise our public service events. Although from time to time we will coordinate our activities with the ARES and RACES Emergency Service organizations, it is our primary goal to service support requests with volunteers from within the membership of the BARC organization. All members are welcome and encouraged to support our public service activities.
All of these benefits are available to you with your yearly membership patron of $20.00 and a commitment to make amateur radio fun and exciting for as many as you can. There are two ways to proceed:
2) Speedy procedure: A) Fill out on-line membership application then B) Remit dues by PayPal.
On-line Membership Application
ALL MEMBERSHIP EXPIRES AT MIDNIGHT SEPTEMBER 30th. Those renewing during the renewal process in September expire at midnight September 30th. of the following year.
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