Affiliating with a local amateur radio club or a service group is an excellent way to meet other hams and advance your skills in Amateur Radio. Some of the clubs and service groups in the repeater systems coverage area are featured below. Information for other parts of the country can found at www.arrl.org.
Amateur Radio Clubs
One of the best ways to learn more about what’s going on in Amateur Radio and develop your knowledge is to join a local Amateur Radio Club.
The ARRL offers the Find-A-Club service to find local ARRL affiliated clubs.
If you are in the Bloomington Indiana area make sure you check out the Bloomington Amateur Radio Club.
Many hams find using their license to serve the community to be rewarding in many ways. Volunteer Amateur Radio operators help their communities in good times and bad, through community events, disaster response, and various programs.
The ARRL’s public service page is a good place to learn more about public service and the groups that are out their.