Repeaters: Gloversville, NY 146.700 (-) PL: 123.0 | Town of Florida, Amsterdam NY 146.970 (-) PL: 123.0 | Northville, NY 146.835 (-) PL: 123.0

Next Meeting:

Wednesday, November 10th, 2021
At 7:00 PM, bring a mask.

ARRL Exam Session begins at 5:30pm.
If you do not have an FCC FRN, you must register before you can take an exam
click here:    FCC Registration Number.


Fulton Sheriff Dept, EOC Room

Fulton County, Sheriff Dept., 2712 State Highway 29, Johnstown NY 12095.
Entrances to the EOC room is located at the back of the building.



  • Repeater updates.

Upcoming topics (Subject to change):

  • T.B.D.

2021-22 Dues

If you have not already paid your 2021-22 dues, please send them to:

Howard Selwitz KD2ABK, 42 Saratoga Blvd., Gloversville NY 12078.

Make checks payable to TRYON ARC.  Still $10 a year for all this fun!!!!

Thank you for supporting the club!

2021-22 Officer Elections

It’s that time of year again and we elected our 2021-22 officers as follows:  President – Don Gifford Wa2eZ, Vice-President – Steve Kuck K2ALS, and Treasurer and Secretary – Howard Selwitz KD2ABK.  The club thanks you all for dedicating your time to a worthy cause, thank you!

New donation method: AmazonSmile

Don, WA2EZ has created an account to accept donations via the AmazonSmile program. If you wish to donate via this program, next time you buy something from use, select “Tryon Amateur Radio Club Inc.” and the club will receive 0.05% of your purchase at no cost to you.

Here is how to get started:

If you have any questions, please email Don at: wa2ez [at]

Flannel NET, 10M Net 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, 7:00PM

We would like to introduce the new HF 10 meters net. It will take place on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 7:00 p.m EST. This is NOT an ARES/RACES net, just a club net.

The following is the script to follow so everyone is familiar with the format.

Opening the Net:

Approximately at 18:45 hrs tune to the net frequency of 28.420 MHz and see if the frequency is clear. If not look for a clear frequency as close to 28.420 Mhz as possible. At this point you should make an announcement on the 146.700 and 146.970 repeaters letting everyone know of the frequency change. If possible, post the new frequency to the club Facebook page

If time permits, you can begin taking early check-ins as HF conditions could make taking checkins a longer process then when using a repeater. Tip: If you can start up a QSO with one of the check-ins prior to 7pm, you will establish the use of the frequency and make the net more successful when it’s time to start at 7pm.

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