Clark County Amateur Radio Club, Inc.
PO Box 1424
Vancouver, WA 98668






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W7AIA Received QSL Cards



The QSL cards received from our Special Event Stations (SES) and other club operational activities are available for viewing. To view them CLICK HERE.





Washington - Worked All Counties Award (WA-WAC)


The Clark County Amateur Radio Club offers a beautiful certificate for any station that works all 39 counties of the state of Washington after 1 Jan 1995.

Washington counties are: Adams, Asotin, Benton, Chelan, Clallam, Clark, Columbia, Cowlitz, Douglas, Ferry, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Kittitas, Klickitat, Lewis, Lincoln, Mason, Okanogan, Pacific, Pen Oreille, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Skamania, Snohomish, Spokane, Stevens, Thurston, Wahkiakum, Walla Walla, Whatcom, Whitman and Yakima.

Purpose: To acknowledge and recognize the achievement of contacting radio operators in each of Washington state’s 39 counties.


Rules: Work each county on any band using any mode of transmission.  You may mix modes in your report.  A valid contact is an exchange of information between two operators; one from any county in Washington and the other operator on a fixed or mobile station anywhere in the U.S.  In other words, you do not have to make all contacts from inside Clark County. There is no time limit on earning this award.

You must keep a log showing the frequency the contact was made on, the mode, the GMT date and time, signal report exchanged, call sign of the contacted unit, their signal report, and the county they are in. Any manual log or contest program printout will suffice as long as it has the required information. The difficult part is that you will need to report a verifiable contact (QSL card, LoTW, etc.) for each of your contacts. This is your proof of contact. Your log report needs to be verified by two other operators, signed, and dated by each. Cross Mode, Cross Band (except Satellite QSO’s), Repeaters, Echolink, CQ100 or IRLP contacts do not count.

  Submission:   To apply for the award, send the verified log report either to Clark County ARC, Attn: WA-WAC, PO Box 1424, Vancouver, WA 98668 or email to .  A fee of $5 US for a pre-printed award to be mailed to you is required, otherwise, the award is FREE in the form of an Adobe .PDF file you can use to print the award in your shack




For an Excel tracking form, click here.   For a PDF tracking form, click here.


To see a sample of what the certificate looks like, click here.


To see the past recipients of the WA-WAC award, click here.


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CCARC Radio Challenge Award


If you are a contester, then this award is for you!


Started in December 2012 by Tim/KD7RUS, this award will prove to be most challenging to attain as it involves a yearlong (January to December) commitment to contesting and operating. 


For contest details, click here.


For a handy UTC-to-local time chart, click here.


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To see the past recipients of the Radio Challenge award, click here.



CCARC “Field Day is not a Contest … Over 100” Award


To see the high performing operators at our last annual Field Day event, click here!



Armed Forces Military/Amateur Communications Crossband Test


This annual Department of Defense celebration of Armed Forces Day features selected Navy-Marine Corps, Army and US Air Force MARS stations in traditional military to amateur cross band communications SSB voice, various digital modes, and CW Morse code tests.  These tests give amateur radio operators an opportunity to demonstrate their individual technical skills and to receive recognition from the appropriate military radio station for their proven expertise.  QWL cards will be provided to those stations making contact with the military stations.


Contest information will be posted here when available.




6 Meter Repeater
(tone 94.8) Yacolt

(Note: 6M Offset is -1.700)

2 Meter Repeater
  147.24+ (94.8) Livingston

125 cm Repeater
  224.36- (94.8) Livingston

70 cm Repeaters
  443.125+ (94.8) Yacolt

  443.825+ (94.8) Mem Hosp

  443.900+ (94.8) Larch   

  443.925+ (94.8) Livingston

23 cm Repeater
  1292.50- (94.8) Livingston


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updated 11/09/2020 gjt