Founded in 1950, the Wellesley Amateur Radio Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of Amateur Radio through instruction, fellowship, public service and encouragement of participation. The Club year runs from September through August.
Meetings | Directions
We meet on the third Tuesday of each month (except July and August) at 7:30 PM in the Kingsbury Room of the Wellesley Police Station, 485 Washington St. (Rte 16), in Wellesley. Please park on the street. Guests are welcome!
Repeaters | Club Station
The Society maintains the club call sign W1TKZ and along with two repeaters:
- 147.030 MHz +600 kHz (PL tone 123 Hz)
- 444.600 MHz +5 MHz (PL tone 88.5 Hz)
All hams are welcome to check into the Wellesley Amateur Radio Society Net on Wednesday evenings at 8 PM on the W1TKZ repeater, 147.030 MHz +600 kHz (PL tone 123 Hz). WARS also operates the W1TKZ repeater on 444.600 MHz +5 MHz (PL tone 88.5 Hz). It is linked to the two meter 147.030 +600 kHz W1TKZ repeater.
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Membership | Join Us
Annual memberships in the Society are:
- Individual – $25.00
- Family – $30.00
- Legally blind – $5.00
Download our membership form.
For more information about the Society, please write to:
The Wellesley Amateur Radio Society
P.O. Box 812223
Wellesley, MA 02482-0015
Or, email WARS president and newsletter editor Dan Brown, W1DAN, at danbrownw1dan at gmail dot com.