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Amateur Radio Club
is an ARRL Affilated Club.
The SPARK Lodge Amateur Radio Club is an organization of Scouts and Scouters
that provides program assistance to the Cradle of Liberty Council, Boy Scouts of America through amateur
radio and other aspects of science and technology.
Activities of the club include:
- Maintaining and operating K3BSA:
- as a home station at Camp Delmont on the Musser Scout Reservation;
- in portable operation from other locations where Scouts meet.
- Offering courses to help Boy Scouts earn advancement through merit badges in the areas of science and
- Offering program assistance to all units who camp at the Musser
- Offering advancement opportunities to Cub Scouts and Webelos.
- Providing communication services at Scouting events.
Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturing, and Exploring units, as well as individuals and
other organizations, are welcome to visit SPARK Lodge (directions)
on Saturdays from 9 AM to 3 PM. Depending on the day's
activities and band conditions our control operators may invite you to "get on
the air." Anyone holding a valid amateur radio operators license issued by the
Federal Communication Commission will be invited to take part in operating and Staffing
K3BSA, all you need to do is bring a copy of your license with you.
In addition to site visits, the SPARK Lodge Amateur Radio Club provides special
services in several Scouting programs.
Use the links provided on this page to learn more about our club,
our station, and our programs.
Please feel free to contact us with your comments or to ask for
Enjoy your visit.
The Crew at K3BSA
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