About US

The Kennehoochee Amateur Radio Club is an ARRL Special Service Club that serves Cobb County and the North Georgia area.  Our goal of a club is to advance the hobby of amateur radio.  We accomplish this through training, mentorship and exhibition.

We have members of our club who work closely with the Boy Scouts of America to train the scouts under thier Radio Merit Badge.  Our Merit Badge Councelors spend multiple weekends per month to ensure that all scouts receive the opptrunity to earn their Merit Badge and get a start into the amateur radio hobby.  We also host classes in and around Cobb County that allows people to study for their Technical, General and Amateur Extra racio class license.

Our club members enjoy a wide rainge of specitilies within the hobby of amateur radio.  The range from antennas, morse code, digital modes and satelite communications.  Many of these individuals serve as mentors, or Elmers as it is known in the amateur radio group.  They are available and willing to work one on one with students and other amateurs to share their knowledge and expertise.  If you have a interest or a question related to amateur radio, we are bound to have answer.

There are several opptrunities though out the year that we, as a club, have the ability to exhibit the capabiilitles of amateur radio to the public.  These inlcude Jamboree On the Air (Boy Scouts), ARRL Field Day, KARC/ARC Hamfest and several others.  We also have montly club meetings that are open to the public!  These meetings are great opprotunities to meet the members of the club and ask as many questions as you want.  We discuss the current and future events of the club and often have guest speakers to share about amateur radio related topics from technical topics to Dxpeditions (Amateur radio trips) to remote ares of the world.  Check out our calendar of events.  You are bound to find an event that you will enjoy attending!

Now that you know a little about us as the Kennehoochee Amateur Radio Club, feel free to visit around the website.  You’ll find alot of great information and even a surprise or two.  Let us know if you have any questions by going to the Contact Us page and filling out the contact form.  We would love to hear from you.

73, (a commonly used abrevation for “Best Regards” typically when ending a conversation with another operator)

The Kennehoochee Amateur Radio Club

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