General Meeting

The officers for the current term are:

        President            Ed Bishop AE7QD
        V-President         Bryce Schubert KI7UIN
        Treasurer            Don Boyer W7AIN
        Secretary            Terrylee Harrington KD6V
        Ombudsman       Budd Churchward WB7FHC

        DG Chairman        Robert Sears KF7VOP
        RG Chairman        Bob Johnson  WA7ZWG

Summer Break   :)

MBARC does not meet in July or August.  We return to regular monthly meetings on Tuesday September 10, 2019!

Meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the second Tuesday of every month (except July and August) at The Ferndale Library - 2125 Main St, Ferndale, WAMembership is open to all licensed amateur radio operators, and visitors are always welcome.  Please join us!

Use the following links for application/renewal forms for the groups you wish to support:

Group applications / Calender year dues

Please! We understand it is a hassle, but we need separate checks for each group.  Our bank will not divide a single payment between two or three accounts.  Thank you so much!

MBARC  PO BOX  981  Bellingham, WA 98227

Local Emcomm

Want to be more involved in the community?  The following groups are Emcomm (Emergency Communications) groups in the county.  Each of them is affiliated with a public safety organization.  Membership in these groups is normally free, although training is required.

MBARC is not affiliated with any of these groups, although many of our members also participate in them.



Whatcom County Library System - Ferndale Library

MBARC News & Announcements

  • Meeting Tuesday June 11 2019 This will be the last meeting before the two month Summer break.  Officer elections for the next year and Field Day are on the agenda.  Don't miss it!
    Posted Jun 10, 2019, 4:15 PM by Brian Lawler
  • Come join us on Tuesday night, May 14th, 2019 at 7:00pm at The Ferndale Library.   This month Bryan Hoyer, K7UDR, returns to share with us what happened when San Juan County lost  their underwater cable connection to the mainland. They had no 911 and severely limited Telephone and Internet. This is the very type of event Island Hams train for twice each month. They tell us that when Cascadia rises, we will all be living islands. Most of us will be able to drive no further than the nearest bridge in any direction as the expectation is that they and most of the overpasses will come down. We will find out how our Amateur Radio neighbors in San Juan County practice and prepare to meet the needs of people who live on islands.  Bryan is ...
    Posted May 13, 2019, 2:04 PM by Brian Lawler
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