Another successful Hamfest in the books!

Thank you to everyone who made the 2022 Findlay Hamfest a success!
Thanks to all of our guests! Many of you traveled a significant distance to join us in celebrating our common enthusiasm for amateur radio.
"Thank you” to the many vendors, who came from across the state and across the country, to offer your merchandise in the Indoor halls and in the Flea Market area. It wouldn’t be a Hamfest without you. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility in adjusting to the last minute changes we had to make.
And thanks to everyone in the Findlay Radio Club who invested so many hours to host this event. It was a great party! We hope everyone had as much fun as we did and we’re looking forward to seeing you next year in September 2023 for number 81!
The Findlay Hamfest Committee

Amateur Radio License Testing (VE Testing Sessions)

At the Findlay Radio Club we hold our Amateur Radio Testing Sessions (VE test sessions) on the second Saturday of the month.
Each session begins at 9 AM @ Findlay Radio Club clubhouse.
Applicants are encouraged to preregister to participate in an exam session.
Walk-ins are welcome and are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes prior to the exam session to complete the registration process prior to the beginning of the exam.
To register go to:
For additional information email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call: 419-581-7037 to leave a message.

Here is link to a map of the club.
Please ask if you have ANY questions.

Findlay Radio Club License Classes Online

We will be having online classes conducted on Zoom on the Thursday
evenings we do NOT have club meetings. Contact N8ET at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
to be notified of the Zoom meeting. Each Class will have a segment for
each license class- Tech, General, and Extra. Each segment will review a
chapter in the ARRL License Manual. I will NOT be reviewing the questions
- Unless you have a particular question that you would like answered,
so come prepared to ask questions.

The format of the class will be a general discussion on the material in
the books. it is recommended that you attend the entire session (even
though you may already have the Tech or General) for review. The Tech
students are welcome to stick around for the General/Extra class
material. It won't hurt!

Come with questions!

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