The Livonia Amateur Radio Club Website
General Class in Ann Arbor taught by Dan Romanchick - KB6NU
Starting on 255 E Liberty St #225. Classes will begin at 10 am and run until approximately . Unlike the one-day Tech classes, this class will run for eight to ten weeks, depending on how fast the class can get through the material., Dan Romanchik, KB6NU, will be teaching a General Class course at the All Hands Active (AHA) makerspace. AHA is located in downtown Ann Arbor at
There are several reasons that this is not a one-day General class. First, there’s more material to be covered than on the Tech test, and it’s covered in more depth as well. Second, the class is going to attempt to teach you more than just the answers to the test.
Having said that, you don’t have to show up for every class. A schedule will be published beforehand, and you can feel free to skip classes on topics that you already know. It’s not like you’re taking this class for college credit, and you’re responsible for whether or not you pass the test once the class is over.
There will be a $20 fee for the class, though, whether you come for a single session or all eight.
The text for the class will be my No-Nonsense General Class License Study Guide. You can purchase the e-book version for $7.99 (cheap!), or if you prefer a print version, they will be available for $10 (that’s a $5 discount). If you do want the print version, contact Dan, so that he can have enough on hand.
To register for the class, e-mail Dan at email@example.com.
Club meetings follow a standard format and last about an hour and a half. Often a presentation is given by a club member on a current or relevant topic to amateur radio.
Refreshments are offered during a short break. As a courtesy to our members and speakers, we ask that you arrive a few minutes prior to the start of the meeting.
Ham Mentoring Offer
To any of our members who are new to the hobby, Tas and Doris are extending an open invitation to come to their home to view, and discuss their station. New club members can view their antenna system as well.
Again, this is an open invitation for LARC members only, and Tas & Doris request that if you want to visit you'll need to phone them first, please do NOT just drop in.
LARC Slow speed CW net
The LARC slow speed CW net is currently on indefinite hold at this time. This is due to a drop in attendance/interest.
LARC in the Park
LARC members gather on the second Saturday of each month to spend a bit of time outdoors enjoying various aspects of our hobby (with the exception of the winter months when we meet indoors). See our LARC in the Park page HERE for more information.
LARC Online Store
We are pleased to be able to offer our club members, guests and vendors the option to purchase memberships, event tickets, vending tables and more using our online store. You can get to the store HERE !!
LARC Monthly Newsletter
If you somehow have missed reading our newsletters, then you're definitely missing out! Our editor, Sandy Allen KD8UTR, does a remarkable job each and every month compiling local information, interesting and useful stories as well as tons of data on current and upcoming events, trainings, contests and hamfests. They're all online HERE for your reading pleasure.
LARC 2-Meter Net
Every Thursday at 8:00pm local time on the Livonia repeater - K8UNS. 145.35, 100Hz PL Tone or via Echolink @ W8WQU-R. Members are encouraged to sign up for net control operator, contact 2-meter Net Manager Michael Cononie , KE8CEH (firstname.lastname@example.org) or sign up directly on the Calendar.