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Welcome - We are the Cumberland Amateur Radio Club.

South-Central Pennsylvania communities served by CARC include Carlisle, Boiling Springs, Mount Holly Springs, Newville, Shippensburg, New Cumberland, Mechanicsburg, Camp Hill, Enola, Lewisberry, Dillsburg, Elizabethtown, and York Springs. 

Our primary focus involves Cumberland County, Pennsylvania as well as the nearby parts of Adams, York, Perry and Dauphin counties.  If you live somewhere else don't let that stop you. We will be pleased to welcome you into our club and add your location to this list. 

Thanks for stopping in today.  Click your mouse, or point your finger. See what we have to offer.  If you want to return remember www.RadioClub-CARC.com

 On-the-Air Net

Sundays 7 p.m. local
146.490 Mhz FM
Simplex

Wednesdays 8 p.m. meeting night)
28.400 Mhz USB

  

Recent Updates

I am updating the Events and News pages to show the most recent content at the top and working back through time with the oldest information at the bottom of the page. Going forward, new info will be inserted near the top instead of being appended to the bottom.

Note:  Something I did caused the menu bar to be lost.  I am working on restoring the gaps.

Also, we are now using Secure HTTPS.

Andy Forsyth AF3I

  

 

Most recent updates:     
December 13, 2017

Ham Radio Safari to Fulton County, Pennsylvania

It was my pleasure to travel to Fulton County, PA with four of my fellow Hams where we setup a Multi-Transmitter, Multi-Op operation for the PA QSO Party as K3IEC -- our Club Callsign.   Information appears on the News page.  Check out the Photos page (go to the last page) for a snapshot of the five operators.

  Meeting Information  

Meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month -- January through November.  Please see our Events page for details.

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Cumberland 
Amateur Radio Club 
Our Club Callsign is
K3IEC  

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