Membership Application / Renewal
Should I Join or Renew?
The dues and
Kilowatter fees are as follows:
KWARC Membership Dues
|Printed and Mailed Kilowatter
By far the easiest way to renew is to use your online banking or
app to send an Interac E-transfer to our treasurer
noting your name and callsign.
You should not be asked
for a password, but if you are, please let the treasurer
know by separate email. You do not need to use the form below
unless any of your other details have changed.
Alternatively you can send a cheque, payable to "KWARC", to...
Amateur Radio Club
PO Box 24012,
RPO West Highland
KWARC has presented top class
speakers who have brought informative sessions from all areas of our
hobby. Your Program Director will continue to strive at maintaining the
same high calibre line-ups during the year.
KWARC delivers a quality publication
on-time each month. This challenge has been met and will continue to be a
KWARC continues to invest in improvements
our VHF/UHF antenna facilities on the
CKCO tower at Baden , and at the Mannheim location. This work has improved the
coverage of VE3KSR, and the other repeaters. Your support is appreciated as it helps maintain the financial
reserves for this type of work.
KWARC provides its
members 5 voice repeaters.
KWARC also operates
a node on the Internet Repeater Linking Project
(IRLP) that connects VE3RBM to other repeaters around the world.
KWARC now has a full
time link to the world-wide IRLP (Internet Radio Linking Project).
This service is available via our VE3RBM UHF repeater on 444.875 with PL
of 131.8. IRLP allows members to interconnect VE3RBM with over 150
repeaters around the world. More information at www.kwarc.org/irlp/
Each Spring KWARC hosts a
beginners class providing a teaching environment to anyone wishing to
become a Radio Amateur. Our pass rate has averaged over 80%. demonstrating
the calibre of instruction from our dedicated instructors.
KWARC has participated in the annual Field Day competition and
exercise. Sponsored by the American Radio Relay league, this
contest tests the emergency preparedness of our club as we set
up and operate for 24 hours under emergency conditions.
On the first day of KWARCs 75th
year (Sept 96), we entered Cyberspace with the inauguration of the KWARC
web site. The KWARC web site has been visited over 1
million times by amateurs and interested parties around the world. We would be
amiss if we did not thank Don Sinclair VE3ICD for his generosity and
support at hosting the club's web site through his company, K-W
Information Gateway Services.
Now that you have been reminded of
the value you receive for your annual membership, how about completing our
on-line membership form.
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