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  Monthly Club Meetings

PART has a proud tradition of bringing some of the most interesting speakers in New England to its monthly meetings. All speakers present talks interesting to the amateur radio operator, though not all talks are strictly about ham radio! Occasionally, the club will hold a show and tell meeting allowing club members to bring projects they are working on, or highlight a new piece of equipment. Learning what fellow club members are doing often makes for a fascinating evening!

PART supports the Westford Food Pantry. Club members usually bring a donation to the monthly club meeting: a can or two of soup or other non-perishable item.

We meet on the third Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7:30 PM, at the Cameron Senior Center, 20 Pleasant Street, Westford, MA.
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The Cameron Senior Center
20 Pleasant Street
Westford, MA



PART Sunday Night Net

The PART Net each Sunday night on the WB1GOF 146.955 repeater is an IMPORTANT part of our regional Emergency Communications (EmComm) function. With each station that checks in from the surrounding communities, we test our ability to communicate vital information to the ham radio community. Sure, we announce club info but we can also communicate regional disaster news and serve as a “hub” for news of situations in our communities. The repeater is on a generator, so even if we lose power in the region, an HT with a supply of batteries will reconnect you to other local hams.


  Club Breakfasts

PART members meet frequently at breakfasts to share information on ham radio, examine projects, or just rag-chewing. No reservation is necessary — feel free to drop by!
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The official PART breakfast is held the first Saturday of each month at Paul’s Diner in Westford beginning at 8 AM.

Club members often bring family members along with their appetite!


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The "early bird" members meet at the Four Sisters Owl Diner in Lowell, Massachusetts each Wednesday morning at 6 AM.