Victoria New Horizon Amateuar Radio Club (Founded November 11, 1977)

Weekday VNHARC NET on the CRD repeater on Mt. McDonald - 146.980 (103.5 Hz tone/tsql) at 08:45 am.

Backup repeater on Mt Matheson - 145.430 (100.0 Hz tone/tsql)

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** VHHARC - 45th Anniversary 9/11/1977 **

Social Distancing gathering for those that were able to make it.

Due to the current conditions some of our members maybe isolated in care facilites
It would be nice to send them a card to lift there spirits

Long time resident of Victoria
Hilda Robinson VE7FLN

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At our VNHARC Luncheon
The 2019 - QT Bell was given to:
Brent Besse, VA7BNB (right)

This Web page is in memory of Eric Colmer VE7CCJ

"Once a member, always remembered"


The Official Webpage of the Victoria New Horizons Amateur Radio Club.

The Victoria New Horizons Amateur Radio Club was founded on Armistice Day 1977.
The Department of Health & Welfare through the “New Horizons Program” provided funding for 2 repeaters.

Regular membership is open to all SENIORS holding a valid Certificate of Proficiency in Amateur Radio.

Our club uses the CRD EP repeater VE7RYF on 146.980 MHz with a minus offset and a tone of 103.5 hz tone. 
The repeater is located on Mt. McDonald in the vicinity of Goldstream Park on the outskirts of Victoria.

It wasn't until July 7, 1980 that the club was incorporated under the Society Act of British Columbia.

The following Amateurs attended founding meeting held Nov 11, 1977

Jim Birch
Bill Carey
Eric Colmer
Norm Dixon
Owen Evans
Hud Graham
Rupert Grant
Roy Havard
Ray Hickey
Stu Hislop
John Kazinsky
John Read
Syd Woods
Note: all are now Silent Keys