S.L.A.R.C. : Saint Lucia Amateur Radio Club

SLARC Join us on our 40 meter Sunday morning net at 12:00 UTC ( 8:00 Local) on 7.200 Mhz Lsb.

The Club meets monthly on the first Saturday (unless it is a holiday then we re-schedule to the second Saturday)

Our purpose:
The “St. Lucia Amateur Radio Club” is established to work as a body to develop and preserve Amateur Radio as a free community service and to that end:  To promote its objects, and to work towards the general adoption of its principles, and to endeavor to bring about the highest standards of amateur radio operation in St. Lucia.
To ensure compliance with all established legislation and procedure, both local, regional, and international, provided always that the law of the land shall prevail in any case of conflict.

The objectives of the club are as follows:
a)     Recognition and development of the value of the amateur radio service as a voluntary non-commercial communication service, particularly with respect to providing emergency communications.
b)    Continuation and extension of the amateur’s proven ability to continue to the development and advancement of amateur radio.
c)     Encouragement and improvement of the amateur radio service through the rules, regulations, and programs designed to provide advancing skills in both the communication and technical aspects of amateur radio.
d)    Expansion within the amateur radio service of the existing pool of trained operators, technicians, and those interested in electronics.
e)     Recommending to the appropriate authorities, of necessary legislation for improving the quality of amateur radio service as well as ensuring that no legislation, regulation or other means are introduced which will have a negative impact on the development and operation of amateur radio.
f)     Continuation and extension of the amateur’s unique ability to enhance international goodwill.