Heartland Hams Amateur Radio Club meets on the 3rd Wednesday each month at 7:00 P.M. in the Engineers Building 403 Railroad Ave, Glenwood, Iowa. See About Us/ Upcoming Activities.
About the Heartland Hams Amateur Radio Club
Heartland Hams is an organization made up of federally licensed amateur radio operators who live in the heartland of America. Heartland Hams, Incorporated was formed in 1995 as a non- profit organization. The group is made up primarily of amateurs who live in Southwest Iowa and Eastern Nebraska, but the by-laws make membership open to any amateur who has an interest in being a member. Currently there are approximately forty members. We meet on the third Wednesday of each month with adjustments made for holidays or special events.
Our primary activities include Community Service, Emergency Communications, and Amateur Radio Education. We provide communication services for events like the Glenwood Iowa Homecoming Parade, High School band contests and track events and bike rides in the Southwestern Iowa region. Heartland Hams sponsors the Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) organizations in four counties in Southwest Iowa. Our educational efforts include classes for those individuals who want to obtain an amateur radio license.