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PHRC September Calendar

Another busy month for the PHRC and ARES group. VERY IMPORTANT to attend the EVENING club meeting at the EOC. We will try to bring everyone up to speed on operating the ARES station, there. Everyone needs to attend this meeting. Really!!! A very important Auxiliary Communications Course is offered in Hopkinsville next month. This would be very beneficial to any Ham involved in EMCOMMS. You must pre-register this month and have NIMS 100, 200, 700, and 800, and a valid ham license to attend. Also this month is the Section ARES Leadership Conference in Shepherdsville on the 12th. Take in the hamfest, attend the conference. Hope to see you for all this Hammin'........73............N4MHT..............Play radio............


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 meets every 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 PM at

102 Northfield Dr. (Emergency Services Building) in Princeton.
Club Officers


 Michael Taylor N4MHT

Vice President
  Jim Harmon KJ4FAU
Joey McCaslin KJ4LPR 


John Miller AK4FN