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About OARC

The Ogden Amateur Radio Club, Inc., (OARC) is a non-profit organization for the purpose of fellowship of amateur radio operators, advancement of the radio art, and community and emergency service. OARC is organized with elected officers, two directors, and appointed committee chairs.

OARC members come from the Weber County area located in Northern Utah. OARC maintains four repeaters with wide area coverage for use by any licensed amateur radio operators. Two of the repeaters also support an open "auto-patch". Anyone with an interest in Amateur Radio is welcome to attend club meetings and/or Join OARC.


DUES: Refer to Join OARC for details to join or renew your membership. Remember, anyone with an interest in Amateur Radio is welcome to attend club meetings and/or join OARC.

The club publishes a monthly e-Magazine "Watts News" available on this website. See our club membership roster.

OARC Club Brochure & Membership Application.

CLUB CALL SIGN and HISTORY:

OARC was born in May 1921. Learn more about our clubs fascinating "HISTORY".
The club amateur radio call sign is W7SU. The call sign is that of a former club member, William G. Garner, who is now a silent key.
 

Learn more about our clubs (SIG) special interest group called (ARCS6) of the mid 60's.
See what the OARC "member information manual - historical document" looked like in 1989.

OARC is a Utah Non-Profit Corporation 501(c7) but is not registered as a "Charity" Corporation.

OARC Officers: Review Club Officers and Volunteers since 2004

OARC Officers: Meet your current Club Officers 

Oarc By-Laws ratified 15 November 2014

Oarc Articles of Inc ratified 15 November 2014  

Oarc Cert of Reg Utah 2014  

 

MOU Agreement Weber County/OARC

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Updated 09 March 2017