Regional Area Clubs

There are many regional clubs in and around the north central Worcester county area.

Listed below are links and information to a few of them. (click to expand, click again for link to site)

Montachusett Amateur Radio Association (MARA)

Amateur radio club serving the Fitchburg, MA area. Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Lunenburg Public Library.
W1GZ repeater 145.45

Central Mass Amateur Radio Association (CMARA)

CMARA welcomes all Amateur Radio hobbyists in the area. We have a great group of dedicated members who are very friendly and always ready to help a new ham get started. If you are interested in HAM radio, please Contact Us or visit our become a ham page for information about getting started.

Algonquin Amateur Radio Club (Algonquin ARC)

We meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month, September thru June, at the Marlborough 1st Lt. Charles W. Whitcomb School.
(formerly known as the Marlborough Intermediate/Middle School) on Thresher Drive
Time 7:30 PM in the School Library (back of the school at entrance #1)
Come and join us, or e-mail us for more information.

Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club (NVARC)

The Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club (NVARC) was formed in Groton Massachusetts in the spring of 1992 and has grown from the original 13 founders to over 50 members.  Our membership is focused in the towns of Groton and Pepperell, including members from surrounding towns in north central Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.  Our purpose is to facilitate the exchange of information and general cooperation relating to Amateur Radio and to conduct club programs and activities to advance the interest and welfare of Amateur Radio in the general community.  

Franklin County Amateur Radio Club (FCARC)

A small, but active club.  If you’re interested in radio, we’d love to meet you. Club repeater: KB1BSS  146.985  PL 136.5 site

Minuteman Repeater Association (MMRA)

MMRA is “a non-profit organization providing communications infrastructure and volunteers for community and emergency events”

MMRA operates and maintains a large linked system of 22 repeaters on the 10M, 6M, 2M, 220, 440, and 900 bands in Massachusetts. MMRA operates 2 DSTAR repeaters and an APRS digipeater.