The Lake Monroe Amateur Radio Society serves Seminole County and Central Florida, operating a 2-meter and 70-centimeter repeater in Winter Springs on 147.285 +600kHz (PL 107.2) and 442.975 +5Mhz (PL 103.5) as well as a 2- meter repeater in Sanford on 146.805 -600kHz (PL 103.5).
We also publish our own newsletter, Keyed Up, which contains information on each meeting, Ham news, and important club bulletins.
LMARS is an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Special Service Club and actively support ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service), RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service), and SkyWarn groups.
LMARS holds classes throughout the year to help fellow Hams in preparing for their Technician, General, and Extra exams.
Part of our endeavors include the classroom education of amateur radio in schools. LMARS will contribute to any school that wishes to add amateur radio to their curriculum.
Visit the Licensing page for a schedule of test sessions and learn how to become a Ham Radio Operator.
New club members are always welcome. LMARS has a monthly meeting where we attend to club business, hold a presentation related to Ham radio, and get together with other Hams. Visit our Membership page to find out where and when we meet.
An ARRL Special Services Clulb designation is given to a club that exists to go above and beyond for their communities and for Amateur Radio is what defines a Special Service Club (SSC). They are the leaders in their Amateur Radio communities who provide active training classes, publicity programs and actively pursue technical projects and operating activities.
Visit our Licensing page to find out more about how to get into the hobby!
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