DX ENGINEERING CEO Tim Duffy visited us at our June Meeting. Tim Duffy (K3LR), did a live presentation via Zoom - on antenna building at our June 10th meeting. More info about Tim here ->K3LR  Tim regularly does his antenna building presentation at Ham Vention - bring your Questions!

Arde Nelson our new Honorary Member of M&M ARC!
At our May meeting, Arde Nelson (KA9WAR) was recognized for his many years of service and support to the Marinette & Menominee ARC with an Honorary Membership for life, only one of a few in the club's history. Most recently recognized for his organization of the Peshtigo Historical Days "Special Event Station" coming up later this year, Arde was appointed as Honorary Chairperson of the committee for the 150th Anniversary of the Peshtigo Fire by President Steve (K9STT). "Arde was instrumental in securing a spot for the ham radio special event and would likely not be happening without Arde's hard work", said Steve.


HELP!   Volunteers Needed for Club events

Let's face it - summer is coming and we're all making plans to make the most of it.  Volunteering for a few hours doesn't consume a full day and gives us an opportunity to get together with other hams for a little fun!  Consider donating a little time to raise some money for the club this year, we'll all be better off for shouldering a bit of the burden!


Breakfast on the Farm: June 27, 2021, Harmony , Communications Volunteer 5 am to noon sign up Volunteer Form

Marinete Logging & Heritage Fest Brat Fry Funrasier!
July 10, 2021 Volunteer Form

July 10, 8 am -  Ella Smetana Memorial 5K Run/Walk Marinette Volunteer Form

 Peshtigo Historical Days 150th Anniversary of the Great Peshtigo Fire Special Event Station!  We need operators for CW and Phone, please volunteer HERE!


Volunteers needed for the DAR Boys & Girls Club HAM RADIO ROOM!

We are looking for a couple of volunteers who can work a couple of days a week from 3 PM to 5 PM on Tues & Thurs starting in April. For more info call KD8FUE or K9STT or fill out the DAR Volunteer Form.


See this great article by K5KGH about Elmers and the aging Ham Operator population sent to us by ED - KG8CX! We NEED to get more youngsters interested!










2021 membership dues are payable now. Dues are $20 for individuals, and $30 for Families - Contact Mike Lemke (kd8fue) by filling out our Online Membership/Renewal





Meetings are at inVenture North located at 1320 Main St, Marinette, WI on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7 PM.

 All are welcome to attend, especially if you are interested in becoming licensed!


Sunday night at 7 PM and Wednesday night 7 PM

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The Peshtigo Fire Cemetery is a cemetery in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. The cemetery is the burial location of the charred remains of victims of the Peshtigo Fire, of October 8, 1871, the deadliest natural fire in the history of the United States. Identified victims were buried in traditional marked graves, and over 300 unidentified victims were buried in a mass grave. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The memorial at the cemetery was the first official state historical marker authorized by the State Historic Society of Wisconsin.[2] The cemetery is located adjacent to the Peshtigo Fire Museum, which is a memorial museum for the fire.

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Join us at our Special Event Station!

September 25, 2021 - 8am to 5 pm Central

Special Call Sign - K9P


20 meters 14.055 14.305 14.074
40 meters 7.080 7.285 7.074


The Peshtigo Fire Special Event marks the 150th anniversary of the Great Peshtigo Fire. Your contact with our special event station entitles you to our certificate, downloadable HERE.

The Peshtigo Fire occurred around the town of Peshtigo in northeastern Wisconsin on October 8, 1871, the same day that the Great Chicago Fire began. Historically, the Peshtigo Fire has been somewhat overshadowed by the Great Chicago Fire, though the Peshtigo Fire covered a much greater area and had many more fatalities. The Peshtigo Fire burned 1,875 square miles and destroyed twelve communities, killing between 1,200 and 2,500 people. The fire is thought to have been caused by small fires used for land-clearing that blew out of control and created a firestorm.