Club History

Heart of America Radio Club (HARC) WØRR

  • History

The Heart of America Radio Club traces its origins to the Kansas City Radio Club which came into existence in the 1920’s. The Heart of America Radio Club, Inc. was incorporated in Missouri in 1951 as a benevolent association. The HARC may be the oldest amateur radio club west of the Mississippi.

  • Affiliations

American Radio Relay League

  • Purpose

To implement the purposes of the Amateur Radio Service through education, public service and contact with other hams and the community.

  • Activities

Communications for Johnson County Parks and Recreation District biathlons and triathlons. Support for other public service events including the MS-150. The club also participates in the annual ARRL Field Day activities.

  • Meetings

7:00pm the 3rd Tuesday of each month

The meetings are now held at the American Red Cross offices at:
Operating Engineers Local Building
6601 Winchester Ave, Suite 110
Kansas City, MO 64133

This part of Winchester is south of E. 63rd Street near I-435 / 350 Hwy on the east side of KC.

  • Club Net

Thursday nights at 9:00pm on 146.94 — HARC members, non-members and SWLs are invited to check into the HARC Net.

  • Annual Dues

 $12.00, prorated by quarters for new members.

  • Contact Information

Dennis NØUYN
or ask for info on the 146.94 repeater anytime!

HARC Annual Banquet of 1935 Attendees
HARC Annual Banquet of 1935 Attendees