CMRA is pleased to serve our community in a number of ways.
ARRL FCC VE testing for new amateur licenses and upgrades will be conducted each third Tuesday evening of the month at 6:30 PM.
Test sessions are now being held at the Lenoir Woods Community Center, 3710 Lenoir Street, Columbia, MO. The best entrance to use is the one at the parking lot on the east side of the
If you are getting a new license or upgrading your license, you will need a FCC FRN number, $15 cash or check and a photo ID. If you already have a license, please bring a copy.
Please contact N0OFJ, Jon with any questions or to make testing arrangements.
From time to time we offer classes to help prospective hams get their license. Check the Instruction & Training link on this site for available classes.
In the event of severe weather, CMRA and BCARES (Boone County ARES) provide weather spotting service to local officials at Joint Communications and to the National Weather Service. Weather nets are heard on 146.610, PL 127.3.
CMRA has provided communications service for the Frozen Toes bike race conducted by the Columbia Bike Club each February.
For several years CMRA provided communications services for the MS Bike Ride when it was held in the Columbia area each September by the Gateway Area Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society from St. Louis.
Contact us if we can be of service to your organization.