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Established April, 1998
by Bert Bruins, N2FPJ and Chris Linck, N2NEH

Upcoming Meetings:

Our next Regular Monthly Meeting:

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014, at 7:00 p.m.

East Greenbush Masonic Hall

Hamfest is May 10th!

See the Events page for our meeting events schedule

Hamfest 2014: May 10th
Hamfest 2014

Our next VE Session:

Saturday, May 17th, 2014

East Greenbush Community Library

New on our Events page: see our periodic display at the East Greenbush library.

We are looking for an EDITOR for our NEWSLETTER.

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Organized in 1998, the East Greenbush Amateur Radio Association, an ARRL affiliate, is committed to providing emergency services, educational programs, and operating resources to the amateur radio operators and residents of the Capital Region of New York State. The club station is W2EGB; the club also has several VHF and UHF repeaters open to club members or the public. Monthly meetings are held, along with VE sessions, an annual Hamfest, and a Field Day site.

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