To promote community-wide understanding of the amateur radio communications service available to the public during times of emergency or
To organize and train units capable of maintaining communications during emergencies as a public service.
To promote interest and proficiency in amateur radio communications with respect to improving operating and technical skills.
To conduct activities and programs to advance the general interest and welfare of amateur radio in our community.
To promote radio science as a creative, exploratory endeavor of scientific research and development within the ham radio context. Areas of interest include but are not limited to such aspects as propogation, digital communications, satellite communication, the blending of Internet and radio, electronic theory, microwave communications and exotic phenomenon such as Long Delayed Echos.
To have fun with Amateur Radio!