Club Related Nets

New Ham Net

Every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the Month at 7 PM – 146.94 (-) MHz | Tone 107.2

The New Ham Net is conducted utilizing the Western Colorado Amateur Radio Club owned repeater on 146.94 MHz with a tone of 107.2. It’s an uncontrolled discussion net which operates every first and third Thursday of the month beginning at 7:00 PM. This net is conducted to promote the ongoing education of amateur radio operators in the Grand Valley. All licensed ham radio operators are welcome to check in and contribute, but it is geared specifically to allow recently licensed operators to ask questions and get practice on the air.

The net is moderated by Terry Carter (KEØHNW) who currently operates with a General License. He has been an amateur radio operator since February 2016, but he has been exposed to the hobby his whole life. If you have any questions or comments about the net, or would like to suggest future topics, please email him at:



Oatmeal Net

Please join us on the Oatmeal Net weekdays 7:30am to 8:00am except Holidays, on the club-owned repeater at 146.940 MHz (-600 KHz with a 107.2 tone).


Oatmeal Net Preamble

Good Morning.

Today is ________(day)­­________(date)

This is _________acting as your host to the Oatmeal Net.

This net is conducted utilizing the WCARC club owned repeater on 146.94 with a tone of 107.2 and is uncontrolled net which operates Monday through Friday, 07:30 – 08:00 local time, except Holidays.

If anyone wishes to use the repeater during this net just let us know and we will relinquish the frequency to you.

This net is conducted to check equipment, pass along club messages, and continue our education.