- ...sponsors the Washington State Salmon Run annual operating contest.
- ...competes for the Pacific Northwest Challenge Cup Traveling Trophy.
- ...sponsors several awards including the Washington Totem Award.
- ...administers the William Bennett W7PHO Scholarship.
- ...helps fund DXpeditions to wanted DXCC entities.
- ...hosts the Pacific Northwest DX Convention.
- ...runs the 147.00 MHz < -600, PL103.5> W7DX FM repeater.
Here’s our July 2018 poll, which attempts to identify where the Club’s interests may diverge. Some have said that it varies slowly over the years, but is very regular and cyclic, just like the Solar Cycle. This poll is now closed.
After successfully running the annual Salmon Run contest for the past 25 years, Jim Hadlock/K7WA has passed the chairmanship to Mike Dinkelman/N7WA. Quite possibly the best state QSO party of them all, the Salmon Run has steadily grown in the number of participants through the years, a direct result of Jim’s marketing and mentorship. With much to do… Read More »
For Immediate Release Seattle Washington, June 2018 Western Washington DX Club Congratulates K7GRL, 2018 Recipient of W7PHO Memorial Scholarship The Western Washington DX Club, one of the largest and most active amateur radio clubs on the west coast congratulates Barbara J. Tower, K7GRL, of Coos Bay, OR on her selection as recipient of the W7PHO Memorial Scholarship. The… Read More »
In addition to standing up a new web site, the Club has now established a Facebook Group. If you are a Facebook user, simply navigate to https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwdxc/ and join us. We have 5 administrators for the group, so your membership request will be reviewed within a few hours. The FB Group provides a nice social media watering hole… Read More »
For Immediate Release Seattle Washington, September 2017 Western Washington DX Club Sponsors the 3C1L/3C0L DXPedition to Equatorial Guinea The Western Washington DX Club, one of the largest and most active amateur radio clubs on the west coast has provided minor sponsorship for a single operator destined for Equatorial Guinea, Solomon Islands (IOTA AF-010/AF-039). YL2GM and YL3AIW will be… Read More »