About Our Club
The CMCARC’s officers are elected annually in November. The President appoints various committees to oversee club activities, maintain the club records. repeaters and equipment.
Officers for 2024
Robert H Myers Jr., KD2HIP, President (email@example.com)
Tim Cwik, N2LTQ, Vice President (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Andrew Raniszewski, KD2ZSA, Secretary
Richard Mayer, KD2NRJ, Treasurer
Club Membership Information
- Club fees are $20.00 per year.
- For a membership application is on this website. go to web page “Membership Application” print it out and send in with dues.
Club Contact Information:
- The CMCARC Email Address:
- The CMCARC Mailing & QSL Address:
Cape May County Amateur Radio Club
P.O. Box 601
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210-0601USA
Please include a stamped self-addressed envelope with all paper
- The Cape May County Amateur Radio Club (CMCARC) is an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) affiliated club and is a Not-for-Profit Organization. The CMCARC’s objectives are to provide, as a public service, radio communications in time of need utilizing skilled personnel, to promote operating efficiency, radio knowledge, fraternalism and to advance the general interest and welfare of amateur radio in Cape May County. Our membership provides public service in times of emergency as well as general community service.
- The CMCARC owns and operates the N2CMC repeater transmitting at 146.610 with a Pl of 88.5 and negative offset. Our repeater is located within the Cape May County Crest Haven Complex near Cape May Court House, New Jersey. Countywide coverage is good for both base and mobile. Base coverage extends into Atlantic and Cumberland counties. Our repeater is open for the use of all licensed amateurs.
- A formal club business meeting is held the third Wednesday of each month (except December) in the Large Training Room at the Cape May County Office of Emergency Management located at 1370 Yorktown Road, in the Cape May County Airport Complex beginning at 19:00 HRS. An educational program or other activity usually follows the business portion of the meeting.
- Each Wednesday about 10:00AM we meet for brunch at the Villas Diner & Pizzeria, 2100 Bayshore Road, Villas, NJ. Anyone with an interest in amateur radio is welcome to attend. This weekly event gives all members and visitors the opportunity to socialize with fellow amateur radio operators.
- On Thursday evenings at 20:00 HRS we hold a 2-meter club net open to all amateurs on our N2CMC 146.610 – Pl 88.5 repeater. All licensed amateurs are encouraged to participate.
- The CMCARC has a corps of mentors, in ham language called Elmer, to assist club members and potential club members. Do you think you might be interested in becoming a licensed amateur radio operator? Are you newly licensed and need help getting into the hobby? Are you a Technician Class amateur and think you might be interested in getting a higher-class license so you can work HF? Speak with one of our Elmer. To meet an Elmer, email our president email@example.com, attend a club Wednesday brunch or one of our monthly business meetings.
- Many of our members are Volunteer Examiners. The club can administer basic licensing and license upgrade examinations. To set up an examination or more information about EV testing email Radiotest@stnhbr.com.
- The CMCARC is a perennial participant in the ARRL Field Day and the ILLW Lighthouse Lightship weekend. We support the community by providing communications to bicycle races, marathons, and other events.
- The CMCARC has a social media page on Facebook and on Twitter: @cmc_radio.
Our Club History
- The Stone Harbor Amateur Radio Klub “SHARK” was formed in March of 1975, having primary objectives of: providing a public service to the nearby shore communities through the development of supplemental emergency communications facilities; to encourage and assist interested individuals in qualifying for an amateur radio operators license; and to promote friendship and cooperation among amateurs who live in or visit the shore area.
- In 1980 the Stone Harbor Amateur Radio Klub changed its name to the Cape May County Amateur Radio Club to reflect the membership base that had been established.