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If you need directions to our clubhouse that is physically loocated at 560 Johnson Boulevard on the east side of Cleveland, go to Google Maps and search for Cleveland Amateur Radio Club. This is also true of most GPS units. You can get turn by turn directions right to our front door.
Regular meetings are on the second and fourth Tuesday nights at 7. Classes on getting your first amateur radio ticket or to upgrade to either the General or Extra class of license are held on Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. We welcome visitors to any of our meetings and would be happy to help in your pursuit of a new and exciting hobby!
Every Saaturday starting around 9 AM classes are held for anyone needing tutoring assistance getting their first license or wishing to upgrade. Committee meetings are often held on Saturday mornings as well.
VE testing is conducted on the third Saturday of each month (excluding December) for the three levels of amateur license. The starting time is 10 AM and the cost for taking the test is $15. Test sessions are held under the ARRL VEC.
One of largest events in amateur radio is Field Day, the last full weekend of June, attracting thousands of amateurs across the United States and around the world. The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club has been a Field Day participant for many years. Previously the event was held at the clubhouse on Johnson Boulevard but for several years has been at Red Clay State Historic Park in southern Bradley County. More information will be posted as plans are developed.