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AARC is an ARRL-affiliated “Special Services” club with a rich history of support to the Alamance County, North Carolina area.  Our club’s callsign is K4EG, and our hamshack is located in the city of Burlington at 219 East Summit Avenue.

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The page with our list of AARC members is here.   You’d be most welcome to join us!


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The AARC’s QSL Manager for K4EG is
Dwayne C. Ayers N4MIO
1120 Sally Drive
Graham, North Carolina, 27253-8517

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  The Amateur’s Code  

The Radio Amateur is

Considerate - Never knowingly operates in
such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others.

Loyal - Offers loyalty, encouragement and support
to other amateurs, local clubs, and the American Radio Relay League,
through which Amateur Radio in the United States is
represented nationally and internationally.

Progressive - With knowledge abreast of science,
a well-built and efficient station and operation above reproach.

Friendly - Slow and patient operating when requested;
friendly advice and counsel to the beginner, kindly assistance,
cooperation and consideration for the interests of others.
These are the hallmarks of the Amateur Spirit.

Balanced - Radio is an avocation, never interfering with duties
owed to family, job, school or community.

Patriotic - Station and skill always ready for
service to country and community.

-Paul Segal W9EEA

Contact us at “k4eg@arrl.net”

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“73” and thank you for visiting

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Last updated July 27 2015

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