Since 1948, Parma Radio Club, has taken great pride in its ongoing effort to provide a friendly atmosphere for experienced hams and beginners. We have a sincere interest in amateur radio and endeavor to provide enriching programs to help members improve their technical knowledge and operating skills.
In addition, members enjoy weekly on air nets, annual Amateur Radio Relay League Field Day and other operating events, as well as two fun summer picnics. You'll find the PRC a terrific club to make life time friends.
Explore the buttons above to learn more about our club. We hope you'll visit with us at the next meeting. You do not need to be a licensed radio amateur or a member to attend our meetings and events.
If you're considering becoming a "ham", a licensed radio amateur, we can help. Click the "CONTACT" button above and let us know. We'll get you on the path to one of the world's most rewarding hobbies, a hobby that literally puts you in touch with the world. There's no age or physical restrictions on becoming a ham. All you need is the desire to become part of our great hobby.
(FM repeaters) These can be tuned in on many scanners.
Swap and Shop Tue 7:30 pm 147.015 mHz
Parma Radio Club Tue 9:00 pm 145.410
Radio Club Wed 8:00 pm 145.310
Radio Society Wed 9:00 pm 146.820
Northern Ohio Amateur
Radio Society Wed 9:00 pm 147.700
Tech Net Thurs 8:00 pm 147.700
nets) These can be tuned in on some short wave receivers.
Parma Radio Club Thurs 9:00 pm 28.460 USB
EARTH DAY 2014 SPECIAL EVENT -- A FUN SUCCESS
Parma Radio Club conducted its Second Annual Earth Day
Special Event Station Saturday, April 19th to celebrate our generous
but fragile planet. All operations were powered only by the Sun.
The event was intended to encourage everyone to be mindful of our
magnificent planet. Other clubs and individuals are encouraged to
celebrate Earth Day in this unique way, joining with more than 500
million people in 192 countries observing Earth Day. While the actual
date in the U.S. is April 22nd, schools and other groups celebrate a
week or more prior to the date.
The Parma Radio Club's Earth Day Special Event station, W8PRC operated from Stearns Homestead (www.stearnshomestead.com) near the city center and maintained and operated by the Parma Historical Society. Our beautiful QSL card is available. Send a stamped, self addressed 4"x6" envelope to Parma Radio Club, 7811 Dogwood Lane, Parma, Ohio 44130.
Learn more about the city's fascinating urban farm at www.stearnshomestead.com.