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Dave - KD8TWG and Net Neutrality
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Scott - N8SY and ARRL Night
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November 2017
Holiday Party
March 2018
Li Wah Restaurant
August 2017
Dennis - AI8P and National Parks on the Air (NPOTA)
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March 2018
Mat - KC8NZJ and The Role of Amateur Radio in Skywarn
April 2018
John - W8RXX and An Overview of the Official Observer Program
July 2017
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April 2018
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April 2018
Luna's Restaurant
June 2017
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September 2017
May 2018
Ted - W8IXY and Broadcast Radio & TV in Northeast Ohio
September 2017
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Field Day
September 2017
Bob - W2THU and The Amateur Radio Parity Act
February 2018
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Houlihan's
August 2017
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August 2017
Dennis - AI8P and National Parks on the Air (NPOTA)
May 2018
January 2018
Amore Ristorante

On May 27, 1969, the last Tuesday of that month, a group of Hams interested in repeaters who had been meeting informally for some time decided to form a new Amateur Radio club - The Lake Erie Amateur Radio Association.  Someone mentioned that this new club would need a leader and Bill Hess, K8SGX, volunteered and became LEARA's first President.  And thus was born what would become the largest Amateur Radio club in the greater Cleveland area!

For over 40 years LEARA has been providing public service and emergency communications for Northeast Ohio.  The club call signs are WB8CQR and WR8ABC.  We are an official ARRL affiliated club.

Welcome to our site!  Please explore the links to the left and please join us at one of our meetings!

Any and all hams are encouraged to attend our monthly meeting; you do not have to be a member of the club.  Non-hams seeking guidance in becoming a ham radio operator are also encouraged to attend.

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