Membership renewals through the website have now been reenabled. There is a top level menu that will take you directly to the Membership Renewal area. Thank you for your patience!
See our Battery Specialists, Inc. page for more info, including a club member discount.
Hello Blue Ridge ARS!!
Hey, I’m Kathy. Hope all is well this beautiful weeeknd!
Just a reminder. The club meeting is this Monday February 5 th, at the Red Cross at 940 Grove Rd Greenville. Our program will be on Power supply sources.
Hope to see you all there!
Testing brars.cc to make sure everything is working right on our new provider.
We have arrived at the time of year where your Blue Ridge Amateur Radio Society membership is up for renewal. Membership renewals are due 1 January 2019.
Our membership levels and fees are the same as last year’s. Please see the table below for the level of membership you are eligible for.
Your membership renewal may be paid on line at BRARS.cc, via check mailed to the BRARS P.O. Box address: PO Box 6751, Greenville SC 29606-6751, or handed to the Society Secretary, Bill Wilkes (K4EMU), at the November or December meeting.
If you have any questions regards the level of membership you may be eligible for, contact Robert (WR8RW) at WR8RW@mail.com.
The September BRARS meeting will convene on Tuesday 4 September at 7.00 PM. This will be at our customary location, Red Cross building, 940 Grove Road, Greenville.
Margie Spangenburg (KK4AGN), from the Anderson Radio Club will be
discussing her “all 50 states” QSO effort and the quilt that was made for her
in celebration of that certification.
Guests are always welcome at the BRARS meeting!
Have a safe and enjoyable weekend…looking forward to seeing you at next Tuesday’s meeting.
The Blue Ridge Amateur Radio Society (BRARS) July and August Meeting Programs have been confirmed.
-July 2 2018: Dr. Marc Tarplee (K4UFP), ARRL SC Section Manager will present some of the latest topics related to Amateur Radio and the ARRL.
-August 6 2018: Dave Anderson (K4SV) will present a program on grounding. This is a timely topic for those who are new Amateurs, as well as those of us who may have been around a bit longer.
If you have questions about these programs, feel free to contact Robert (WR8RW) on 864.663.9792 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Storms have cleared at our field day site, come on out! We still have dinner available for anybody that wants it.
The 2018 Field day is here!
The Blue Ridge ARS welcomes any and all to come out and see what we are all about. Setup begins on site at 10am, operations begin at 2pm, dinner is at 5:30pm. Even if you don’t have a license, we will let you get on the air, who knows, you might find a new hobby!