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The origins of amateur radio can be traced to the late 19th century, but amateur radio as practiced today began in the early 20th century. As with radio in general, amateur radio was associated with various amateur experimenters and hobbyists. Amateur radio enthusiasts have significantly contributed to science, engineering, industry, and social services. Research by amateur operators has founded new industries, built economies, empowered nations, and saved lives in times of emergency.

Attention Club Members!

Club President Butch Hoseley (KD7RMB) wanted to pass along that if a club member needs anything (does not have to be club related) that the club will do everything it can to help you out. Members can use the Contact Section of this website for help requests.

ALL club meetings/activities have been postponed until further notice. As information becomes available it will be posted on this website, the club Facebook page, and via email.

Some members have joined the clubs SLACK app. If you haven’t and do not know what it is, the video below gives an overview of what it is and how to use it. Basically you can think of it as a club chatroom. You can post anything on it and only club members will be able to see it. If you watch the video and want to join the group, or need help to setting it up, Please use the Contact Section and let us know.

Watch as David & Danielle represent the Elmore County Amateur Radio Club at the 2019 Boise Veterans Day Parade!
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Location 315 W Jackson Street, Mountain Home Idaho, 83647 Hours Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday's of each month at 10:00 a.m.
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