Jamboree-on-the-air (jota) Oct 18. check the events page for details

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Welcome To The

Lewisville (Texas) Amateur Radio Association (L.A.R.A.)

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Hello and

Welcome

Who we are and what we do --


Dedicated to promoting the radio "Art" in the Lewisville Texas community.


Provide "hands on" training and assistance within our Amateur Radio Club and community.


Bring vital support to first responders during disasters and national emergencies.


Bringing good people from diverse backgrounds together to share common interests... Amateur Radio and good food


Provide the presence of Amateur Radio operators, equipment, communication services and training materials to our local communities in North Texas.


Provide classes and testing for success in licensing and operation of amateur radio operators and stations in our community.  

Upcoming events

september meeting highlights

First HF Contact

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Michelle, KI5AHI receives a certificate for making her first contact on HF at ARRL Summer Field Day from Operations Director, Mike, W5EVT

Route 66 Intra-club Contest

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Mike, W5EVT, finished at the top of the heap in our intra-club Route 66 On The Air Contest. Here he receives certificates for Highest Point Total and Most SSB contacts. 

Guest Speaker

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Steve Lott Smith, ARRL NTX Section Manager, got up early on a Saturday morning to give us an update on whats going on in the NTX Section and ARRL in general.

Association Gift

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As a show of appreciation, Steve Lott Smith was presented with a LARA T-shirt.

Technician License training

Dates

November 2, 9 and 16, 2019 

See Details Below

Location

Lewisville Central Fire Station Training Room, 188 N. Valley Pkwy.

Format

Classroom and hands-on training conducted by LARA members

our history

  • In 1982, a group of hams at TI Lewisville formed the Texans 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. 

LARA Meetings Are Held On The 3rd Saturday of Each Month

  • Anyone interested in Amateur Radio is welcome to attend -- membership is not required.

Time: 8:00 AM

Location : Lewisville Fire Department Training Room located at 188 North Valley Parkway. 

(Enter at back of building using door closest to fuel pumps)

Social Gathering

Join Us For Saturday Morning Breakfast

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Every Saturday except the 3rd at the Korner Cafe, 921 West Main St. Lewisville

Lewisville Amateur Radio Association Contact Information:

P.O. Box 292282, Lewisville, TX 75029 . -  W5LVC.Club@gmail.com  

 W5FKN Repeater at 145.170 - (pl tone of 110.9, -.600 offset) 

Training and Information Net Wednesdays at 7:00 PM

Facebook: Facebook.com/W5LVC/

Facebook Members Forum:  Facebook.com/groups/LARAMF/