Victor Valley

Amateur Radio Club


P.O. BOX 91
Apple Valley, California U.S.A.

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The November VVARC meeting will be a different location
November 21, 2023, at 7pm.
Hesperia Police Station
15840 Smoke Tree St.
Hesperia, CA 92345

You can park next to the Station or in front of it. The meeting room is near the main entrance on the left of the Police Station entrance.

Due to damages to the SVL community center, we find ourselves forced to change the venue for our exam sessions (tentatively till January).

Doug was able to book an alternative SVL location for our sessions.

SVL's Equestrian Center Clubhouse

12660 Indian River Dr., Apple Valley, CA 92308


Remember that every Sunday at 7:00PM the Club conducts a Net on the 146.940 repeater PL 91.5. - offset Get the latest club announcements and reminders. Also, our Club needs volunteers to help run the Net. If you are interested, please contact us. In the event that the repeater is down, turn to 146.535 simplex.

Net Roster - Excel format
Net Script - Word format


An Elmer is kind of like a mentor for amateur radio operators. As new operators, we need the experience, knowledge, and guidance passed on to us by those that have been practicing for some time. Thank you to those members that have stepped forward and volunteered to help members with questions. Feel free to contact anyone on our ELMER list when you have questions.

Name / Email Phone Number City Call Sign Specialty
Bill Baumruck
(760) 820-8283 Hesperia K6GZ HF/VHF
Dick Stephan
n.a. Victorville KI6IXL Batteries / Solar Power / Radio Programming

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