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Membership Information

All persons interested in Amateur Radio communications are eligible for membership.   Applications for membership can be submitted at any regular business meeting, and must be approved by 100% of the Full and Associate members present, provided that there is a quorum present at the meeting.

There are four classes of membership:

Full - open to all licensed Amateurs who have confirmed DXCC (100 or more countries) or have worked 100 or more grid squares on VHF/UHF, hold a General Class or higher license, and have full ARRL membership.   Annual dues are required.   

Associate - open to all licensed Amateurs who have confirmed less than 100 countries and have worked less than 100 grid squares on VHF/UHF, but hold a General Class or higher license, and have full ARRL membership.   Annual dues are required.   

Auxiliary - open to all licensed Amateurs actively pursuing a General Class or higher license.   If this goal is not achieved within two years of being admitted, the membership will be terminated.   Annual dues are required.   

Honorary - open to those who wish to be a member of the club, are not licensed or find it impossible to attend regular meetings of the club.   No dues are required.   

Annual dues are currently $20, with additional family members $5 each.


Meetings

Regular Club meetings are held on Tuesdays at 11:30am at the Black Bear Diner, at the corner of Olney Street and Third Street (Hwy 97) in Bend.    It's a no-host lunch meeting held in a private room.


Repeater

The Mount Bachelor Repeater on 145.450 MHz (PL 103.5 Hz) is an open repeater maintained by Club members.    It is available for all to use and has great coverage from Madras to Chemult.    It is located at an elevation of 9040'.


 
  
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