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SSRC Club Net Monday, 7:30pm K4GSO/R ... ARES Net Wednesday, 7:30pm, K4GSO/R

HAMFEST HELPERS – Click here to sign up!
Hamfest vendors looking for information? Click here!Please join our friends at the Friendship Radio Club.
FRC meets at the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Southwest District Office (9048 SW State Rd. 200 Ocala, FL 34481)

More info at N4FRC.NET

Executive Board Meetings

1st Tuesday of the month at Green Clover Hall, 319 SE 26th Terrace, Ocala, FL
Meetings begin at 7 pm.
There is no open comment period during the formal part of the meeting, however, meetings are open to everyone.


NEXT GENERAL MEETING: November 21st, 2023

(Elections for Officers and Board of Directors)

General Club Meetings

3rd Tuesday of the month at Green Clover Hall, 319 SE 26th Terrace, Ocala, FL
Fellowship begins at 6 pm, general meeting begins at 7 pm.
For more information, contact Club President Hayden Kaufman, N2HAY

When was the last time you visited Perry Field?  The clubhouse is a great place to operate.

Perry Field Address and directions
161 Oak Circle, Ocala

Request for access to Perry Field

Join us on-air via the K4GSO repeater! 146.610 – PL 123 – Echolink K4GSO-R

Club History…Founded Sep 1947

The Silver Springs Radio Club is a group of radio enthusiasts who seek to enjoy and explore all aspects of the amateur radio hobby and to provide benefits to the community in which we live. We strive to serve all of our members in the best ways possible. Some of the many ways in which we do this we consider very important.

Our key purposes: Friendship, Emergency Preparedness, Club Meetings, Special Events, Public Service, Net Training, License Exams, Hamfest, and a repeater with EchoLink capability.

ARES® and SKYWARN Meetings

Contact Hayden Kaufman, N2HAY, Marion Co EC

3rd Saturday of the month at 1000 hrs.

They are currently held at the Marion County EOC Training Room in conjunction with the monthly MERT meeting. 

Directions and a Map from Green Clover Hall to the EOC

Net Report

The net report was designed several years ago to assist the local net manager in completing reports to send to the ARRL. These reports provide empirical data and a basis of facts for when the ARRL goes before the FCC to fight for our spectrum. YOUR assistance in filling the form out ensures that the data is collected in a timely and accurate manner.


Silver Springs Radio Club