PHRC March Calendar

I'm afraid to say anything about the weather. 'Fraid it might do a winter repeat. It's been really great, so far. March is going to be a busy radio month. We have a training exercise on the 1st, a Tornado Drill on the 3rd, Hamfests on the 4th and 25th, and who knows what else. Spring is upon us, whether the calendar says so or not. Happy Spring and Happy Trails. Come see us at Hardee's on Tuesdays when you can..........73............N4MHT...........



Princeton Ham Radio Club Hamfest

It’s not too early to get ready for the Princeton Ham Radio Club Hamfest.  This will be our sixth year of gathering together hams and equipment.  We will be back at the Princeton Fire and Rescue Training Center located at 2001 Training Center Drive off Hwy 62W, close to WalMart.   We will be there on Friday afternoon to begin setting things up for those wishing to get ahead of the crowd.  And, we’ll continue with the setup at 6:00 AM on Saturday morning.  Doors open for the masses at 8:00 AM.  We’ll have the drawing for the Grand Prize shortly before 1:00 PM.  As before, the gate fee will be $5.00 and TABLES ARE FREE!!!  Bring a truck load of friends and a truck load of treasure to the PHRC HAMFEST on June 3rd.  Always the first Saturday in June.  And, don’t forget the Pennington Folk Music Festival during the same weekend.  GREAT TIMES at both events.  See ya soon in the P’Patch.........73............N4MHT.............. 



 Princeton Hamfest Sponsors

We would like to extend a big thanks to all of our Princeton Hamfest Sponsors

These vendors and sponsors help make this Hamfest possible.  They are deserving of your support.

Please help support them!!! 






How The Princeton Ham Radio Club Started

In 1977 the "Princeton Amateur Radio Society" began.  It is now "Princeton Ham Radio Club" The club has gone through many changes during this time and is now a growing group.  W4KBL was the callsign of James L. Linton (SK), a respected ham and Elmer to many in this area. We are honored to have his call as Princeton Ham Radio Club's own. Our repeater is located close to Hwy 62 and the Caldwell Co., Lyon Co. line. Our VHF repeater transmits on 145.23 MHz and a tone of 179.9 Hz. We have added a new UHF repeater and is located at the Princeton Vocational School, 444.175 with a PL of 123. All who are licensed are welcomed to use them.
  We have several activities including: volunteer testing , ham classes, service to our community where ever it is needed, programs within the club to further learning and training
Club Officers


 James (TY) Englebright, N4TYE

Vice President
  John Rice, KK4YKM
Benny Holt, KK4ZMT


John Miller AK4FN