Brunswick Shores Amateur Radio Club

Brunswick County N4GM North Carolina

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Welcome to N4GM

Brunswick Shores Amateur Radio Club

The Brunswick Shores Amateur Radio Club (BSARC) is located in Brunswick County, North Carolina. The primary goal of the club is to provide a focal point for information on local activities and a framework for social and technical association of amateur radio operators and other persons with similar interests.

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Become a Member

To join the club, print and fill out the application form and ether bring it and your New Member Dues of $30.00 to a meeting or mail it following the directions on the application.

Pay Dues

New Member Dues ($30.00), Current Member Renewal Dues ($15.00), and Donations (enter amount) can be made by using the "Buy Now" PayPal button below and then selecting the appropriate dues amount and/or entering a donation amount.

2018 Club Schedule

The 2018 schedule is is well in the works and activities are well underway. Check the status of events under "Club Calinder" below.

Local 2M NETS

All times are LOCAL Time:

Monday 8:30 AM - An informal-round robin net with random "Topic-of-the-week" discussions. This net is hosted by ND2O (Bob) on the K4PPD repeater, 147.315 (-600 offset tone 118.8). Join the fun each Monday.

Monday 8:00 PM - ARES on K4PPD 147.315 (+600 offset - 118.8 tone)

Monday 8:15 PM - Skywarn on K4PPD 147.315 (+600 offset - 118.8 tone)

* Note: The Skywarn net will follow the ARES net.

Current News
Updated 03/16/2018  

Our next regularly scheduled meeting will be Wednesday, April 11th, at 6:00pm at the Calabash location.

2018 Club Calendar

  • February 9th-11th Orlando Ham Fest.
  • (Contact George KI4KK or Paul KI4SPO for details)
  • February 25th - North Carolina QSO Party, Calabash Community Park (10am to 8pm)
  • March 9th-10th - Charolette Hamfest.
  • March 31st - Raleigh Hamfest.
  • April - Bald Head Island. (planning)
  • April 28 - Exham Session, 10am at our Oak Island Meeting Location.
  • May 18th-20th - Daytom Hamfest.
  • June - Club Outing (Planning).
  • June 23rd-24th - Field Day, Calabash Community Park 868 Persimmon Road.
  • June 23rd - VE Test Session 10am at the Calabash EOC building.
  • July 4th - Southport Parade
  • August 31st-Sept 1st - Shelby Hamfest.
  • October 19th-21st - BSA JAMBO On The Air, Dutchmans Creek Park.
  • December - Annual Party.

  • Also: Barry (K6RM) publishes a weekly bulletin via e-mail to all members remind us of all upcoming evints.

    Send any current news to: for posting.

    Club Meetings

    A group of local hams meet every Wednesday morning at 8:15 AM at Bojangles' Southport (5160 Southport Supply Road). The Club is usually well represented at this meeting with club business often discussed.

    The Club meetings are held on the SECOND WEDNESDAY of the month from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Currently meeting locations are alternating between Oak Island and Calabash. Below art the two meeting locations;

    Calabash (Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec)

    • EMS Building
    • 9031 Beach Drive SW, Calabash, NC 28467

    Oak Island (Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, Nov)

    • Sea Turtle Room - Oak Island Recreation Center
    • 3003 E. Oak Island Drive, Oak Island, NC

    Uniform Unincorporated Nonprofit Association Act

    The Club is formed under the Uniform Unincorporated Nonprofit Association Act (UUNAA) which went into effect in North Carolina, January 2007. The details and club documentation used to complete this registration are provided for others to review and use as appropriate. Hopefully this information will be of use to others starting a local club or other type of association. Please provide feedback so we can update our information and help others. Club Formation under the UUNAA in North Carolina  

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