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*MISSION STATEMENT* The Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club of Auburn, California was founded to support and promote the Amateur Radio Service. We are a voluntary, non-profit association of FCC licensed amateur radio operators and others who share interests in developing and promoting the knowledge and advancement of operating techniques and the technical skills related to radio communications. We accomplish these goals through training and practical experience in the Amateur Radio Service, participating in public safety exercises, and through emergency preparedness and international goodwill. We are an Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) affiliated Special Service Club. *Guidelines: PLEASE READ!* * NOTE: You must be a member of the primary group in order to be a member of any of its subgroups. * *Messages* are viewable and searchable by all. However, *you must be a member of Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club to post*. We expect all subscribers to this to act responsibly. Posts should be related to amateur radio in some manner. * Please respect your fellow members' time and attention: strive to be clear, concise and courteous. Our subject matter naturally includes matters of opinion; if you happen to disagree with another member please do so without being rude. Personal attacks are not allowed * Solicitations, other than amateur radio items for sale, are off topic and will be deleted without comment. * All email sent directly to SFARC is moderated. This is done to avoid malicious attachments, spam, off-topic messages, and messages from spoofed or compromised mail accounts. Despite these measures there is no guarantee that we'll always succeed; you are encouraged to be vigilant against any and all threats arriving via email. Your SFARC moderators make no guarantees regarding the safety of emails arriving from this or any other address. *Monthly meetings:* Held on the 2nd Friday at 7:30pm at the Crossroads Church South Campus Gymnasium, 1101 Auburn Ravine Rd, Auburn. Use the Dairy Road entrance. We are also meeting on *ZOOM*. More information about SFARC and ZOOM can be found at: ( ) *© 2021-2022 Sierra Foothills Amateur Radio Club. Content, pictures and all associated materials and text found on this site may be copyrighted and, therefore, cannot be copied or used in whole or in part without the* *consent of the original author(s).*
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Subgroups You Can Join

  • SFARC Contest Coordination
    A sub-group to coordinate contests for SFARC. Please refer to the CALENDAR on the main Group for dates, times, etc.
    15 Members, 15 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • ARRL Field Day 2018
    Use this subgroup to share information regarding Field Day 2018. Check the FILES/FIELD DAYS/2018 tab on the left for related files.
    15 Members, 17 Topics, Archives Viewable By Parent Group, Last Post:
  • ARRL Field Day 2019
    SFARC Field Day committee
    19 Members, 43 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • ARRL Field Day 2020
    This sub-group is used to coordinate planning and activities for 2020 ARRL Field Day
    13 Members, 6 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • ARRL Field Day 2021
    This subgroup is designed to collect and organize information and planning for Club participation in the ARRL 2021 Field Day.
    15 Members, 20 Topics, Public Archives, Last Post:
  • SFARC Hamfests
    This is the subgroup for the SFARC Hamfest Planning Committee. This subgroup will service as our means of communication and depository of relevant Hamfest information.
    14 Members, 12 Topics, Archives Viewable By Parent Group, Last Post:
  • w6ek | JOTA
    The sub-group for planning and coordinating the annual Jamboree On The Air (JOTA).  Join the group and be a part of the biggest Ham Radio event of the year!  Over 1.4 million scouts in 152 countries around the world participate each year.
    9 Members, 11 Topics, Archives Viewable By Parent Group, Last Post:
  • w6ek | Training
    This is the subgroup of the SFARC Training Committee.  The Committee is currently working on establishing a Technician Class to bring new hams to the hobby.  All members interested in helping are welcome to join this group.
    8 Members, 67 Topics, Archives Viewable By Parent Group, Last Post: