Welcome to Fulton Amateur Radio Club


The Fulton Amateur Radio Club meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month in the lower level of the Oswego County Office Building, across from Mimi's restaurant, Route 481 North, Fulton at 7PM. The purpose of our club is to promote amateur radio through involvement with the various facets of the hobby. Join us!

Whether you are a licensed amateur radio operator or just have an interest in radio and communications...please join us!


The Fulton Amateur Radio Club was founded in 1957 and aims to encourage interest in radio/electronics, provide license training and testing, and promote Amateur Radio for emergency communications. The club celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2007 with a Special Event Station, and continues to conduct successful operations and assist with public service events. Ham Radio plays a critical role in emergency communications during power outages and other natural disasters, and the Fulton ARC provides communications when needed. The club also offers license training and testing, technical assistance, and welcomes anyone to attend their meetings, held on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

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