Who we are
The Two Rivers Amateur Radio Group is a club of amateur radio operators who are interested in working together to encourage good amateur radio operating practices and to help amateur radio operators get more enjoyment from the hobby. Our club president is Dusty Brand, KI5PUU. Our website address is https://www.w5ola.com. You can contact us by email here.
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