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The Radio Club of Tacoma is a nonprofit public service organization serving FCC-licensed amateur ("ham") radio operators in Pierce County, Washington, and throughout the South Puget Sound region.

Visitors and new members are always welcome! We hope you'll take the opportunity to check in to the club's weekly two meter net or attend a club meeting.

We hope you'll also sign up for a class, visit the Clubhouse on Saturday, take a turn operating the W7DK radio station, discover the library, explore the W7OS Antique Radio Museum, or join us at one of our many activities scheduled throughout the year.


==> Download the May 2024 issue of The Logger's Bark newsletter.

And while you're at it, galavant 15 years down memory lane and peruse the May 2009 issue of the Bark.


Notes and Upcoming Events

May 19 - W7DK POTA activation at Tolmie State Park, more information here.

June 16 - W7DK POTA activation at Dash Point State Park, more information here.

June 21, 22, 23 - Field Day

July 21 - W7DK POTA activation at Lake Sammamish State Park, more information here.

Upcoming Technician Licensing Classes

If you are interested in attending a Technician Licensing Class, please click here for the training schedule for 2024.

Upcoming General and Extra Licensing Classes

If you are interested in advancing your class of license to General Class please see the following link in order to register for the class.  Our next General class may be scheduled to begin in September later this year. Please let the instructor know you are interested.


Regular Club Activities

  • Saturday morning Open house, more information here.
  • Tuesday evening 2M net on the 147.28 repeater.
  • 2nd Wednesday of each month, 7PM - hybrid Regular Meeting at the clubhouse and on Zoom

See Club Meetings for more information.

  • Wednesday, May 22 - 7:00PM - Fourth Wednesday Activity Night, on Zoom AND AT THE CLUBHOUSE.

See Club Meetings for information on how to join the Zoom meeting.

Topic:  Field Day Search & Pounce operating, discussion and hands-on practice


Updated: 5/22/2024

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