A new link to the HamClubOnline website has been created and can be found under the “About” tab on the main web page. There you can find your club information and membership management options.
Feel free to reach out to the Leadership team if you have any issues.
The Hurst Amateur Radio Club will be offering a free Amateur General licensing class during the last week of September and first week of October 2018. This instructor-led class will take place on Tuesday and Thursday’s from 6:30pm to 9:30pm on both weeks. An optional VE test session will be offered on the last day of class and cost $15 paid to the VEC.
Dates – September 25th & 27th, October 2nd & 4th.
Location – This class is hosted by the Hurst Amateur Radio Club at the Hurst Fire Station Number 2, in Hurst TX.
Cost – The class is free, but there is a $15 exam fee, paid to the ARRL or W5YI VEC by check or cash at the time of testing.
The recommended study manual is the Gordon West 2015-2019 General Class Book available from a number of online and local booksellers or directly from W5YI (purchase online, but available for pickup locally). Please purchase ASAP for use with the pre-class study worksheet (follow link to download and print). We ask that you come to the first day of class with the worksheet completed so we know what material to emphasize.
Note: This is an upgrade class for those that already have the Technician class license. An entry level, Technician class, will be offered in November 2018.
Please register for this class on our webpage here.
Come out and see us at the Hurst Fire Department Annual Open House. People of all ages are invited to come meet your firefighter and you’ll even get a chance to meet your new Fire Chief, David Palla. Enjoy hot dogs and In-N-Out, demonstrations and lots of fire apparatus on display.
The Hurst Fire Department hosts their annual Open House Saturday, Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fire Station #1, 2100 Precinct Line Road and you’re invited!
C.E.R.T. will be hosting a food drive for NEED at the open house. NEED is a Tarrant County faith-based non-profit organization whose sole mission is to provide short-term emergency assistance of food, clothing and financial support.
If you wish to donate to the drive, here’s a list of items needed:
- Canned goods
- Toiletry items
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