The Williamson County Amateur Radio Club is an organization that strives to secure the benefits of the association of persons whose common interest is amateur radio. We further public service, educational and scientific aspects of amateur radio, especially as it relates to the local community.
Our “charter meeting” was held in April 1979 at the Jonah (Texas) Community Center. By June of 1978, the club had grown to 28 members. Today our club continues to grow with over 190 members.
We have 4 levels of membership:
• General Membership is open to all licensed amateur radio operators.
• Family Membership shall consist of two or more members of the same household.
• Limited Membership is open to anyone interested in amateur radio and who does not possess a valid amateur radio operator’s license.
• Honorary Membership is bestowed upon persons who have contributed substantially to the WCARC.
Each year the WCARC elects club officers (president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer) for a one-year term at the annual December business meeting.