Route 66 On The Air
The Mid-Del Amatuer Radio Club will have a station, W6J, set-up at E.D. Smally Park in Stroud, OK. This was our third year participating. This park is next door to the “Rock Cafe”, one of the premier attractions on Route 66. If you are needing a QSL card please see the W6J QRZ page: http://qrz.com/db/w6j
The 2021 event is scheduled for September 11th-19th. We will be operating daily from 10am (ish) to 10pm daily. Come on out and visit us. If you are interested in operating we will put you on the air.
Mid-Del Amateur Radio Club was founded in 2011 by four amateurs with the same idea of having a club to enjoy radio, partner with the City of Midwest City in providing public service for them. We monitor the storm sirens on the first of the month, provide radio support for special events.
We host a Volunteer Examiner testing session once a month, provide classes for license class upgrade. Plan monthly club events for fellowship and radio QSO.
Meet the Administrative Team of the Mid-Del Amateur Radio Club.
Cameron McAntire, KC5ZHU
Retired Oklahoma City Police Officer, he holds his Amateur Extra Class License and is an ARRL accredited VE.
Leah Ohse, W3LEO
She holds her Amateur Extra Class License and is an ARRL Accredited VE, married to W5DRO and mother of two.
Tanya Tock, KF5VBU
Tanya has worked at Tinker for 37 years (and
counting). She received her Technician License in the spring of 2015 and is
studying for the General exam.
Stan Hall, N5TAN
First licensed as a General 2013 and currently holds his Amateur Extra Class License and is an ARRL accredited VE.