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Woods Lab (HAM radio class) on the following dates:
Jan 14th, Mar 11th, May 13th, July 8th, Sept 16th, Nov 11th   from 8:30AM to 1:30PM

Woods lab and Nelson Classroom (Federal Communications Commission Testing) on the following dates:
Test Dates: Jan 21st, Mar 18th, May 20th, July 15th, Sept 23rd, Nov 18th  9:30AM - 2:30 PM
Amateur Radio License ClassDate: Saturday March 12th 10:30am – 2:30pm Place: Rocky Mountain College Library Bldg, 1511 Poly Drive Billings, MT 59102
(Enter from17th Street, drive east on Permit Park till dead-ends in parking lot, Enter building directly adjacent to parking lot, with Trojan Horse Sculpture at doorway.)This is the highly-successful class that will lead you to your first Amateur Radio license.Costs: The license class is FREE.
The FCC Exam fee is $15. Here’s the process:
1.    Attend the license class at the Library on the dates above
2.    Study at home the next week (we recommend one hour/day)
3.    Take the FCC Exam here in Billings on Saturday March 19th, 10:00 am
4.    Attend “New Ham Night” on Thursday March 31st, 6:00 pm
5.    Enjoy your Ham Radio License the rest of your life!Added Bonus: when you obtain your Ham Radio License, the Yellowstone Radio Club grants you free membership for one year in the local club! (a $50 Value!)What can you do with your Ham Radio License?•    Operate a base station, mobile radio, or handheld radio

•    Communicate with other ham radio operators around the world
•    Communicate through satellites, including talking directly with the astronauts on the International Space Station
•    Conduct computer-to-computer Live Chat conversations with other hams – with no wires, no cellphones, no wifi, and no internet between you
•    Provide Health and Safety radio communications for local community events like Peaks-to-Prairie, Montana Marathon, and several others
•    Provide emergency radio communications in times of disaster to help your family and neighborsPlus, if you are currently a student:
•    Volunteer Activities look very good on college applications (required for many schools and scholarships)
•    Obtaining an FCC Ham Radio License looks really good on a job application
•    The activities and technology of Ham Radio can lead to a career in electronics or communicationsQuestions, please contact Charlie Hanson/N7ERG at (406) 696-2039, or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. YRC Club Website: www.k7efa.net