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Welcome to the Livermore Amateur Radio Klub (LARK) web site.

The Livermore Amateur Radio Klub (LARK) was incorporated on July 30, 1959, as a nonprofit association of persons commonly interested in amateur radio. LARK serves the communities of Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin California, and the surrounding Tri-Valley area. LARK is also affiliated with the American Radio Relay League (ARRL).

Membership

Full membership in LARK is open to all persons holding a valid Amateur Radio License issued by the FCC or legal aliens with valid Reciprocal Operating Privileges. An Associate membership is available for all other persons wishing to join LARK who do not hold a valid Amateur Radio License.

Membership inquiries should be made to the current membership chairperson as listed in the Contacts and Membership area of this web site.

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Events we support:

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Race to the Flagpole   Saturday, November 8, 2014
This event is a 5k run/walk, a 10k run, and a half-marathon and will benefit the Livermore/Granada Boosters' Scholarship Fund for senior scholar-athletes from Livermore and Granada High School.  It is a good event for both experienced operators and for operators ready to try their first public service event. This event is HT compatible - no mobile rigs are needed.
All events start at Livermore's Independence Park and use the Livermore Bike Paths in Sycamore Grove Park and nearby.
http://www.livermoregranadaboosters.org/Race/2014/index.html
If you can help during all or part of this event, please contact:
John Street, WB6ETY  wb6ety03

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Livermore Half Marathon    Saturday, March 28, 2015
This 13.1 mile run goes from downtown Livermore to Sycamore Park and returns.  It benefits the Livermore Valley Education Foundation, Livermore Downtown and other local charities. The event should conclude around noon.
runlivermore.com
Amateur Radio coordinator:   Ian Parker, W6TCP  w6tcp06

Cinderella Bicycle Classic     Saturday, April 18, 2015
Valley Spokesmen Bicycle Touring Club
Amateur Radio coordinator: Mike Haas, AD6TA  ad6ta06
or George Moorehead, KG6WIU         kg6wiu104

Devil Mountain Double Century   Saturday, April 25, 2015
Quackcyclists
This 205 mile one day ride starts and finishes in San Ramon. The route includes Mt Diablo, Morgan Territory Rd, Mines Road, Mt. Hamilton, Calaveras Rd, Niles Canyon, and Palomares Canyon. We support the Livermore Valley and Mines Road sections, up to the Mt. Hamilton summit.
Amateur Radio coordinator: John Street, WB6ETY  wb6ety03

Mt. HAMILTON CLASSIC Road Race   Sunday, May 24, 2015
San Jose Bike Club
This 65 mile bike race for about 400 riders starts in San Jose and goes over Mt. Hamilton to Livermore via the Mines Road. It starts early morning and ends early afternoon. We need about 35+ amateurs to support this event.
Amateur Radio coordinator: John Street, WB6ETY  wb6ety04
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How to have Amateur Radio support for your event

If you would like Amateur Radio Communications support for your event and for assistance in planning for better communications and safety concerns and event coordination, we can help. LARK can provide communications support for all areas where the event is taking place as well as in areas where cell phones do not work. We also can provide communications for the SAG/Sweep Vehicles, Rest Stops, Water Stations, etc. Please contact the LARK Events Coordinator listed on the Contacts Page for assistance.

Test Sessions after the Klub Meetings

LARK conducts testing sessions on an as-needed / as-requested basis immediately following the Klub meetings. To request or determine if there will be a testing session please contact Ron Kane, AD6KV ad6kv03(AD6KV at arrl.net) at least 2 weeks in advance so that arrangements can be made. We can support test sessions nearly every month and will make an effort to accommodate all requests but unfortunately there will be some we are unable to satisfy. See the Meetings page for directions.


For other exams in the local area see:
http://www.arrl.org/find-an-amateur-radio-license-exam-session , where you can do a ARRL Exam Session Search.  You can search by state or by ZIP Code and distance you are willing to travel.

Amateur Radio Technician License Training Class

LARK conducts a training class several times each year that will teach you what you need to know to take and pass the "Technician" level licensing testů and you don't need to learn Morse Code for ANY level license.

 

 

 

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