Links to Local Ham Radio Clubs and Resources
- Adrian Amateur Radio Club
The club meets the last Monday of the month at the CAP building at the Lenawee Co airport at 7:30 pm.
- Cascades Amateur Radio Society, Jackson, MI
Cars meets every third Tuesday of the month at the Boos Center, 210 Gilbert Street, Jackson MI. (no meetings in June, July or August.)
- Chelsea Amateur Radio Club
The Chelsea Amateur Radio Club meets the fourth Tuesday every month at the Artic Colosseum, 501 Colosseum, Chelsea (behind Chelsea Lumber). Ragchewing starts at 6:30, meeting at 7:00pm. Talk in on WD8IEL, 145.450, negative,100Hz PL
- Fenton Area Amateur Radio Association
The Fenton Area Amateur Radio Association meets on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 pm. at the Fenton VFW Hall at 1148 N. Leroy St., Fenton. Talk-in on 146.780- or 443.975+ (100hz).
- Garden City Amateur Radio Club
The Garden City Amateur Radio Club meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm in the Maplewood Community Center, located on Maplewood (between Warren and Ford Rds) just west of Merriman Rd.
- General Motors’ Amateur Radio Club
The General Motors Amateur Radio Club was formed in 1989 with the wish to secure for ourselves the pleasure and benefits of the association of persons commonly interested in Amateur Radio. It shall be our purpose to further public relations, emergency communications and general good will.
- Livingston Amateur Radio Klub, Livingston County, MI
LARK meets every second Thursday of the month at 7:30 P.M. at the Livingston County E.O.C, 300 South Highlander Way, Howell, MI.
- Livingston County Amateur Radio Public Service Corps
- Mad River Radio Club (MRRC)
The MRRC is a contesting club and has members in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. They sponsor the Michigan QSO Party.
- Monroe County Radio Communications Association
MCRCA membership meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 7:30PM at American Red Cross Building, 1645 North Dixie Highway, Monroe, MI 48162. This website also has information about the Amateur Radio Public Service Corps and the River Raisin Repeater Association.
- Oakland County Michigan Amateur Radio Public Service Corps
- Plymouth Historical Museum Amateur Station
This is an active display, with licensed amateur volunteers manning the display. Visitors have a chance to ask questions and see what radio is about. The station also sponsors public activities relating to radio. Their website gives a more detailed description of their events and activities.
- South Lyon Area Amateur Radio Club (SLAARC) – South Lyon, MI
Monthly membership meetings are held the Second Sunday of each month – 7:30 PM at the Witch’s Hat Depot in McHattie Park on Dorthy St. off Pontiac Trail between 9 and 10 Mile Roads.
- Stu Rockafellow Amateur Radio Society – Plymouth, MI
Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month (except July and August), and are on Monday during the months of January and February. Meetings are held at the Plymouth City Hall on the second floor. The Plymouth City Hall is located in Plymouth, MI, at the corner of Main St. and Church St. Talk in occurs either on the club’s 224.94 MHz repeater, or on the 146.92 repeater.
- University of Michigan Amateur Radio Club – Ann Arbor, MI
The U-M club is back in business, and they even have a nice club station in the EECS Building. See their website for more details on activities.
- Washtenaw County RACES
Information about Washtenaw County’s ARES/RACES and SkyWarn operations.
- Wayne County Amateur Radio Public Service Corps (ARPSC)
ARPSC of Wayne County consists of volunteer amateur radio operators who are registered ARES or RACES members and have passed FEMA exam. They support Detroit Metro Airport, Fermi 2, and any other groups in Wayne County with emergency communications.
- The Radio Finder
The Radio Finder is Joel Thurtell, K8PSV of Plymouth, MI. He buys, trades and sells older, tube-type amateur and military radio transmitters, receivers and accessories.