Fall 2018 VARC Fox Hunt
Fall 2018 VARC Fox Hunt

Our Approach

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Our Members

What our members all have in common is an interest in ham radio and a sincere desire to encourage and help others who would like to get started with radio. Recent events have shown us that communities need to be better prepared for emergencies on a large scale. Communication is crucial to effective response in the hours and days following a disaster, but as was abundantly illustrated by conditions in Puerto Rico following hurricane Maria, customary communication channels may be cut off for extended periods following such an event; family members in the United States waited days – even weeks – before they were able to communicate with relatives in Puerto Rico and even then communication was often second hand. Communication was also a challenge for responders following Hurricane Katrina as well. Amateur radio operators and ham radio systems may therefore play an important role in disaster response. Ham operators can also serve their communities in other ways, monitoring and reporting during severe weather conditions and providing communications support for public events.

Whether your interest is emergency preparedness, community service, or you would just like to talk to people from distant places, you can find fellowship, challenge AND fun in the VARC.

Come join us for a “fox hunt”, and see for yourself!

VARC History

The Vicksburg Amateur Radio Club has been affiliated with Skywarn since 1979, and is the oldest affiliated group in Mississippi. Believed to have been organized prior to WW2, there are no written records documenting club activities prior to 1965, the earliest date for which records have been found. The club repeater, K5ZRO, is a vanity call originally held by club charter member, Laimon L. Lamb, pictured here, along with an early QSL (contact confirmation) card.

VARC Charter member, Laimon Lamb, K5ZRO
VARC charter member Laimon Lamb, K5ZRO
1961 QSL card of L.L. Lamb, the original K5ZRO