History

McArc was formed in 1997 by a handful of like-minded hams that wanted to work together to provide communications support for public and emergency service and enjoy radio.  McArc members are located throughout Medina County, and even parts of Bexar, Travis, Uvalde and Maverick Counties.  Members range in age from youngster to senior citizen, and from professional to retired individuals.  Check out the Members List to see who is who in McArc.

As an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) affiliated club, McArc conducts Volunteer Examiner (VE) license testing sessions, new ham training and development classes, public relations events, and participates in emergency communications such as Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), Sky Warn, and other related activities.

McArc holds regular monthly meetings at 0900 (9:00 AM) on the 2nd Saturday of each month at the Creekwood Community Center between Castroville and Hondo, TX.  Corner of County Road 458 and County Road 4510, in Creekwood Subdivision.

For more information, contact McArc President Walter Hock/KK5LO, at  (830) 741-2474 , or McArc Secretary Charles Thacker/KE5MQF, at  (830) 741-8245  or you may write to us at:
Medina County Amateur Radio Corp. P.O. Box 968, Castroville, TX. 78009

For McArc membership, contact  McArc Secretary Charles Thacker/KE5MQF, at  (830) 741-8245  or you may download a membership form and send it to Membership at:
Medina County Amateur Radio Corp. P.O. Box 968, Castroville, TX. 78009