-- WARS Club Information --

Yagi antenna

- Our Purpose

from the Weld Amateur Radio Society Constitution

  • To enhance the value of the Amateur Radio service to the public as a valuable, non-commercial communications service, particularly with respect to providing emergency communications, where possible.

  • To promote fellowship in Amateur Radio through diligent efforts to adhere to Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations within the bounds of good taste, and law of the land.

  • To provide for a self-supporting and self-perpetuating bond of common purpose among its membership.

  • To promote activities of an unspecified nature to the membership not necessarily limited to amateur radio but not detracting from the aforementioned purposes.

- Club Officers and Board Members

President Steve Jackson KD0UJK
Vice-President Jim Mills N0JME
Secretary Lisa Finley KE0TDQ
Treasurer Matt Thompson KD0YOR
Public Information Officer AL Price KE0LSL
Technical Advisor Bill Dawson K6VPE
Trustee Gregg Peter K0GWP
CCARC Delegate Neil Temmer KD0MRY
Web Admin Gary Niebur KD0RRK
Webmaster Rich Gordon K0EB
Board Member Mike Ring KE0LCK
Board Member Mike Cook KE0EZU
Board Member Tony Austin W0SBS

- Amateur Radio FAQ

Are you new to Amateur Radio and wondering what it is, how it works, and where to begin? Maybe you just want to learn who becomes a ham radio operator, what a net is, or how you can talk all over the world without a billion dollars of infrastructure. Maybe you are wondering if anyone actually uses morse code anymore.
Find out about all the basics and more on our Ham Radio FAQ page.

Swiss made morse code key, Stampfl

- Resources

Membership Info

Membership dues are $20.00 per year and are due each January. Dues will be prorated for new members who sign up mid-year. A single club membership covers all licensed hams in a member's household. Membership to the Weld Amateur Radio Society is open to anyone interested in amateur radio and membership does not require an amateur radio license. To join, complete the membership form and submit it with your dues at the next club meeting. If you prefer, you can mail the membership form along with your dues to:

Attn: Treasurer
Weld Amateur Radio Society
PO Box 337362
Greeley, CO 80633-7362

-- link to Membership Form --
Monthly Meeting Info

Road Sign pointing to Stockman CafeThe Weld Amateur Radio Society general club meetings are held the first Saturday of each month at the
Stockman Cafe, 711 "O" Street, Greeley, CO.
Breakfast at 8:00am - Meeting at 9:00am. All visitors are welcome.
Please note that you cannot go directly from "O" Street on the west side of US-85 to "O" Street on the east side of US-85, you must access "O" Street from north or southbound US-85.

Weekly Net Info

The Weld Amateur Radio Society holds a weekly net on the 147.000 MHz + (100.0 Hz) club repeater located south of Greeley.
All licensed hams are invited to join us on the air every Tuesday night at 7:00 PM.
All WARS members have the opportunity and are encouraged to be net control.
Just ask a club officer for details.
Tuesday Night Net Script

501c3 and Sponsorship

The Weld Amateur Radio Society is a 501c3 non-profit Colorado corporation.
Our club provides emergency radio communications to our local community.
We have sponsorship opportunities for your organization.
Contact the club for more information.
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WARS Constitution and By-Laws



WARS Archives - Newsletters and Minutes

The Archives consist of the club newsletters, general membership meeting minutes, and board meeting minutes.



When something needs to get done, we form a committee.

Current Committees

License Testing

Obtain or Upgrade your license

Greeley area ARRL/VEC testing is held on the 2nd Saturday of even numbered months.
For more information, send an e-mail to , or call 970-353-7094.