The proposed next meeting is Thursday, 3 January 2019 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm at the Commerce Library. Bring your Christmas toys so we can all be jealous.

At the last meeting on December 10th 2018, we have decided as a club to dissolve as a legal entity and become more of an informal club. By December 31, all assets of the club will be disbursed to charitable organizations and we will no longer be a corporation.

In the future, we will still be known as North East Georgia Amateur Radio Club, but no business will be discussed and no dues collected. We hope to concentrate on fun projects, learning new things and  camaraderie. 

Stay tuned for future meeting details. 


President - Lloyd W4LCG
Vice President - Sean W4SML.
Treasurer - Frank N4KP
Secretary  - Darlene Griffin KD4TCG


The North East Georgia Amateur Radio Club supports camaraderie and fellowship among those with an interest in Amateur Radio. Whatever your interests or level of knowledge, you can find a home with us! Whether your interest are in public service, contesting, dx’ing, technical aspects or whatever else there is a place for you around the table.

The club uses the call sign NE4GA during several events throughout the year including ARRL Field Day, the Georgia QSO Party and any other excuse we can find to get on the air. 

If you have had a QSO with us and would like a QSL Card, visit the QSL Info page.

We have many members who can act as an “Elmer” to those just starting out. We also have activities for members of all levels.



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Are you interested in learning more about Amateur Radio?  

Amateur Radio operators (Hams) are all ages and come from many different backgrounds. Becoming a licensed Ham has never been easier. There are so many different aspects of the hobby you will never be able to explore them all. Talk to a Ham on board the International Space Station, communicate with someone on the other side of the world, build your station from parts or antique radios, become involved with Emergency Communications, this is just the tip of the iceberg. Get started by checking out this page:
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Are you new to the area or currently inactive? If you live in or around Jackson or Banks County, you're invited to drop in on our next meeting and get to know some of your fellow Hams. You'll be glad you did!

Did you recently get your license and you're wondering "What now?" Come to the next meeting and get involved with the local Ham Radio community.