Welcome to the Northwest Georgia Amateur Radio Club

The Northwest Georgia Amateur Radio Club is an organization dedicated to the advancement and promotion of amateur radio.   This year the Northwest Georgia Amateur Radio Club is 85 years old. The W4VO repeater has been serving Northwest Georgia for over 42 years

Our Club meets once a month - every second Tuesday - at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are held at the Rome Senior Citizens' Center, 406 Riverside Parkway, Rome, Ga.


  If you would like to join the Northwest Georgia Amateur Radio Club, please fill out an application form and mail to

Northwest Georgia Amateur Radio Club
304 Lexington LN SE
Rome,  GA  30161

Application Form:
PDF or Word


Membership is open to anyone with an interest in Amateur Radio.

There are five types of membership:

  1. Full Membership requires that the member hold a current FCC Amateur License and all dues are current.
  2. Associate Membership requires that the member's dues are current, however, may not vote or hold office.
  3. Life Membership is offered to those who donate Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($250.00) to the Club. They may vote and hold office if they hold a current amateur license.
  4. Honorary Membership may be conferred upon an individual providing such an honor is in the Club's best interest. Such a member may vote and hold office if he holds a current amateur license.
  5. Family Membership requires that the family have one (1) membership at full dues and one (1) membership at half dues, for spouse or children under 18 or full time students living at home, to be included in our membership roles at no extra initiation fee or annual dues.

Dues and Fees

  • There is a one-time initiation fee of $5.00
  • Yearly dues are $10.00


  • It's easy to join ARCPC. Just fill out an application and pay the applicable dues and initiation fee.
  • You can either bring your application and payment to any of our club meetings or you can mail it.
  • If you'd like to mail us your application, you can download one of our newsletters where you'll find an application on the back page. Just fill out the application and mail it, along with payment, to our P.O. Box which is listed in the newsletter.
  • Make checks or money orders payable to Amateur Radio Club of Parker County.