Welcome to the Tippecanoe Amateur Radio Association
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The Tippecanoe Amateur Radio Association was formed in February of 1951 to serve the community through the use of amateur radio.
We offer education and support to new and established members, as well as providing vital communications to served agencies during times of disaster.
We currently offer our members:
- Monthly Presentations on Amateur Radio
- Access to a Network of Experienced Operators
- Online Chat for Help and Discussions
The next TARA meeting is Wednesday, March 13th at 7:00 pm at the Lafayette Police Department Training Center, located at 1301 South Street in Lafayette.
Note time change- meeting will start at 7:00 pm.
The March program meeting will feature Bob Burns, AK9R, who is the ARRL Section Manager for the Indiana Section.
He will be speaking on the relevance of the ARRL in local organizations and also talking about ARRL's Log Book of the World.
He has also asked if there is anything else we would like him to cover?
Annual TARA dues are due -- renew your $10 membership (plus $5 for each additional household member) or $5 for students.
We're currently looking into making Zoom available from this location.
Amateur Radio Testing (VE Testing)
The Tippecanoe County Volunteer Examiner Team, a member of the Laurel VEC, provides free amateur radio license examinations in Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
For more information, please visit the team's website at https://tcvet.info.
Meet the Officers
Our officers are dedicated to the service of our members and community.
We want to do the very best we can to help you have a great experience as both a member of our club and as an amateur radio operator.
If there is anything we can do to help you, please don't hesitate to ask!
The email addresses have been removed from this list due to spam concerns.
Officer List Last Updated 2024-02-01 18:36:51