• Meeting & Net

    Monthly Meeting & Net

    The next monthly meeting will  be 7 PM on September 18, 2014. The topic is still being planned.

    The weekly radio net is held Wednesday nights at 8:00pm on CLARC repeaters: 442.750+(103.5 Tone) and 146.860-(100.0 Tone). 
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  • CLARC Update!

    The CLARC Website Update

    We're in the process of  renovating our internet presence, including web hosting changes and site updates .  And by "we" that's mainly Steve K5STV. (Thanks Steve). As a showcase of interests and efforts of the members of the Clear Lake Amateur Radio Club, the goal is to make available timely and accurate club information.

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  • Repeaters/Technology

    Repeaters/Technology

    CLARC currently operates two linked Kenwood TKR series UHF/VHF repeaters 442.750+ (103.5 Tone) and 146.860- (100.0 Tone) covering the SE Houston/Harris county and north eastern Galveston county area.  Repeater Callsign: K5HOU/R

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CLARC In Action

Our Club

Our Company

We're a full service amateur radio club that:

  • Includes Hams and prospective Hams in the Clear Lake area including, League City, Shore Acres, El Lago, Pasadena, Nassau Bay, Webster,  Friendswood, Kemah, Seabrook, Morgan's Point, San Leon, La Porte, NASA, Dickinson, Bacliff, Deer Park, Taylor Lake Village,  and Houston.
  • Creates new hams though training, mentoring, classes and exams.
  • Provides communications support and improves safety for runs, races and other public events.
  • Advances communications technology through research, experimentation and innovation.
  • Built and operates two world-class repeaters free to all licensed Hams.

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Upcoming CLARC Events

CLARC

Every Wednesday 8pm CLARC Weekly Information Net
Every Third Thursday 7pm CLARC Monthly Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dec 1 Reindeer Fun Run
Dec 1 Skywarn Appreciation Day
Dec 2
Laporte By The Bay Marathon

For more info or to sign up click here.

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Upcoming Exam Dates

  • 12/08/2012
  • 1/12/2013
  • 3/09/2013

For more info on exam location,
times and other details click here.

Club Activities

We've provided communication support for more than 450 public service events such as fun runs, bike races, duathlons and triathlons, administered more than 1,500 exams to license candidates, helped more than 750 adults and 500 students get the training they needed to get their Ham radio license since CLARC's beginning in 1987.

Crystal Radio Sets for DIYers
Written by KF5LCA   

Lance Borden will be presenting his crystal radio kits at CLARC's March meeting

next week.

For those of you who are interested, here is information on how to get to

his website and company address.

Lance S. Borden, WB5REX
Borden Radio Company
13911 Kensington Place
Houston, Texas 77034
www.xtalman.com

 
Join or Renew Membership
Written by John Paterson KC5LAA   

NEWSFLASH!! We now accept credit cards and debit cards for your CLARC membership on-line!

Join CLARC or Renew your membership today!

You do not have to be a ham before you join.

Please provide callsign and contact information.

Membership
callsign, email, phone

You can join CLARC or renew your membership at any CLARC meeting by cash, check, credit or debit card.

You can also join or renew by mail.  Send your check, payable to and mailed to, Clear Lake Amateur Radio Club, P.O. Box 57714, Webster, TX 77598. Current annual renewal rate is $20 for full (individual) membership, $25 for family membership.

Note: You can find when your membership expires(d) by logging in and visiting your Membership Roster page by clicking here.

Comments, questions, updates or concerns? Contact the moderator for this area: John Paterson KC5LAA

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 February 2014 14:20
 

Copyright

NOTE: All information, club pictures, articles, and CLARC specific information is copyright CLARC.  Use of any information requires the written permission of CLARC.

 

 

Mission Statement

Our mission is to expand the visibility of amateur radio through education, training, and fellowship and to use our capabilities for the public good. Whether you are a young student thinking about getting your license, or a long-time ham looking to put your talents to good use, we will be able to do more by working together.