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Southern Peninsula Emergency Communications System SPECS serves the communities of Palo Alto, Stanford, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View and Sunnyvale by helping to recruit, train, and maintain a crew of amateur radio operators ready to provide emergency communication services in a time of need. To learn more about the importance of amateur radio in a time of need, read this article from The Atlantic and this article from PAARAgraphs related to the recent PSPS power outages, titled "Do Hams Still Matter?"
South County Amateur Radio Emergency Service The principal mission of the South County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (SCARES) group is to provide emergency communication for the communities of Belmont, Foster City, Menlo Park/Atherton, Redwood City, San Carlos, and San Mateo when called upon.
SC4 Amateur Radio Club SC4 Amateur Radio Club provides licensing classes and training to those with an interest in amateur radio. SC4ARC owns and maintains infrastructure and club dues and donations provide support for SC4 Amateur Radio Emergency Service (SC4ARES.) Club membership is open to all persons interested in amateur radio and complying with the requisites of membership in good standing as set forth in our by-laws. SC4ARC is a 501(c)(3) organization IRS# 45-4315108. Dues and donations may be tax deductible.
San Mateo Radio Club The San Mateo Radio Club serves the Amateur Radio community in San Mateo and the surrounding communities on the San Francisco peninsula since 1946. The club provides a focus for its members to share common interests in the many varied aspects of a great hobby. Support emergency preparedness, helps newcomers to get on the air, and encourages growth in more experienced operators. The club promotes the exchange of knowledge and skills among members. The club’s goal is to improve its member’s technical and operating capabilities and to foster fellowship.
Palo Alto Amateur Radio Association The Palo Alto Amateur Radio Association (PAARA) is a premier general interest club located in the San Francisco Bay Area dating back to 1937. Whether you’re interested in DX, Contesting, EME, ARES, MARS, Microwave or any other facet of amateur radio, you’ll find one or more members who have similar interests.
Oakland Radio Communication Association The Home of the Oakland radio club
Mount Diablo Amateur Radio Club The Mount Diablo Amateur Radio Club (MDARC) was founded on January 9, 1947. Today it has a membership of over 300 dedicated hams and is one of the largest amateur radio clubs in California. MDARC's purpose is to encourage innovation in amateur radio, provide public service and educational opportunities, foster good will within our community, and have fun in the process. MDARC provides a wide variety of programs and activities for its members. These include hosting and staffing PACIFICON (ARRL Pacific Division convention) each October, bringing in great speakers and offering ham radio classes to the public. Our Field Day event, holiday party, and radio equipment auction are all enjoyable events!
Millbrae Amateur Radio This is the home for the Millbrae Amateur Radio Club
KARO-ECHO HOME KARO ECHO is the acronym for the Kensington Amateur Radio Operators (KARO) and the El Cerrito Ham Operators (ECHO) mutual benefit association, an all-volunteer non-profit tax deductible organization (501c3) of amateur radio operators providing auxiliary communications and related training for the cities of Kensington, El Cerrito, and adjacent areas in the event of a disaster. KARO ECHO works with CERT (Community Emergency Response Teams), but is not an official part of the CERT program. As a 501c3 corporation KARO-ECHO is open to provide radio communications to other local non-profits who operate in the public interest.
Golden Empire Amateur Radio Society The Golden Empire Amateur Radio Society (GEARS) was established on August 13, 1939, by eleven Amateur Radio operators from throughout the Northern Sacramento Valley. GEARS members are interested in many aspects of amateur radio, HF, VHF, UHF, and other modes. We endeavor to represent all interests and minimize the influence of any one special interest.
Coastside Amateur Radio Club The Coastside Amateur Radio Club (CARC) is affiliated with the ARRL and normally meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 1930 hours in the Linda Mar Fire Station Community Room on Linda Mar Boulevard in Pacifica. Please check the Coming Events page for any exceptions. Visitors are welcome.

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