About

Founded in 1976 by Jeff Jacobsen (WA7MBL), Bob Wood (WA7MXZ) and Bill Neville (WA7KMF), the Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club exists for the training and fellowship of amateur radio operators.  We are an active group of hams in Northern Utah that enjoy exploring all aspects of the hobby.  Meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of each month September through May and November.  During summer months the club participates in many activities.  The official BARC Net is held every Tuesday evening.  We are an ARRL affiliated club.

Governance

Club by-laws
Club officers

Charitable Contributions to BARC

BARC would not exist without the generous support of it’s members and several third party entities.  In addition to membership dues, we welcome and greatly appreciate charitable donations by persons, through company payroll deduction, or by corporations.  BARC, inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, as such, your charitable contributions are tax deductible.  These funds are used to keep the club running as well as maintain our wonderful network of repeaters.  Please click HERE to be directed to our donations page if you wish to contribute to the future success of BARC.  We thank you for your support!

Callsigns

The club callsign of W7IVM was that of Sylvester Stolzenberger
The repeater callsign of AC7O was that of Dr. Clayton Clark

Accolades

2017 7th Call Area QSO Party
2nd Place, 7th-Area Multi-Single Low-Power

2013 ARRL Sweepstakes
1st Place, Utah Section Multioperator Low Power

2011 ARRL Rocky Mountain Division Annual Convention
1st Place, Best Club Newsletter

2011 7th Call Area QSO Party
3rd Place, 7th-Area Multi-Single Low-Power

1997 All Utah Field Day Challenge
2nd Place, Category 4A

Contact Us

BARC
P.O. Box 111
Providence, UT 84332
info@barconline.org