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to the Iowa City Amateur Radio Club (ICARC) home page, your Internet World Wide Web link for Amateur Radio in Iowa City and Johnson County, Iowa.
For complete information about the club, please click on the "About ICARC" topic in the menu bar above. This page contains a great deal of information about the club, including membership requirements, a membership roster, club officers, a brief history, club incorporation documents and by-laws, and details on a wide range of club activities.
or by "snail mail" at: ICARC, PO Box 4, Iowa City, IA 52244-0004.
ICARC meetings are normally held on the second Wednesday of every month at 7:30 PM. For current meeting information, please see the "Upcoming Events" section, below. Visitors are most welcome.
in becoming a member? Please see the "Membership"
section on the "About ICARC" page for details and a
membership application form.
Important Meeting News
The AEA has begun the moving process, and their facility is no longer available to us. We thank them for the use of their facility over the past few years. Beginning in August we will be meeting at the American Legion Hall, located at 3016 Muscatine Avenue in Iowa City.
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July 2015 Meeting
Instead of a normal meeting, we will be having our annual swap meet, known as "Junk in the Trunk". This will be near the horseshoe court in Lower City Park in Iowa City. (Click here for a map) The fun begins at 6:30 PM on Wednesday July 8th.
- Program: Junk in the Trunk
August 2015 Meeting
The August meeting of the Iowa City Amateur Radio Club will be held on Wednesday, August 12th at the American Legion Hall, located at 3016 Muscatine Avenue in Iowa City. Please note that this is in a different location. Be sure to watch this web page for updates.
The doors will open at 7:00 PM; the formal meeting begins at 7:30 PM.
- Program: TBA
Note: Before the meeting, we usually have an informal get-together for dinner at the American Legion Hall. Please feel free to join us there between 6:00 and 6:15 PM.
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Last updated June 19, 2015 by ACØXY