Dedicated to Promoting the Radio "Art" in the Lewisville Texas Community
Help and Encourge Others
Provide "Hands On" Training and Assistance Within Our Amateur Radio Club and Community
Bring Vital Support to First Responders During Disasters and National Emergencies
Fellowship With Family and Friends
Bringing Good People from Diverse Backgrounds together to Share Common Interests... Amateur Radio and Good Food
Community Support and Education
Provide the presence of Amateur radio operators, equipment, communication services and training materials to our local communities in North Texas
Provide Amateur Radio Training and Testing
Provide classes and testing for success in licensing and operation of amateur radio operators and stations in our community. See the TRAINING page for additional information.
In 1982, a group of hams at TI Lewisville formed the Texins Amateur Radio Club. The club lasted until 1999, when the TI plant was closed down. At its peak, the club had about 60 members, plus a club station and a 2-meter FM repeater on 145.170 MHz. After the club shut down, the repeater was operated by a group of local hams until 2004, when it was taken out of service. It was later put back on the air in another location in Lewisville by Bob Landrum, W5FKN, and is now owned and operated by the Denton County Amateur Radio Association.
In 2015, a new group of hams from the Lewisville area formed the current Lewisville Amateur Radio Association.