The Lakeshore Repeater Association was founded December 23, 1975 to support a communications repeater in the Wisconsin Counties of Racine and Kenosha. The Associations objectives are:
- To render a public service to governmental agencies during impending storms or severe weather.
- Assist in disaster relief operation and other community functions as required.
- To unite the amateur radio operators for the purpose of exerting effectively a combined influence upon matters concerning amateur radio operation.
- To promote good operating procedures and the exchange of technical information and assistance.
- To stimulate adherence to a code of ethics, both written and understood.
- To admonish members to comply with existing FCC rules and regulations.
- To be an influence to new amateur operators of the area in the operation of their station.
- To promote good will and fellowship among the members.
- To further the art of electronics and encourage prospective members to participate in the purposes of the Club.
The Association meets quarterly on the last Tuesday of the month at the Sturtevant Police Department, 2801 89th Street in Sturtevant, WI 53177. Meetings start promptly at 7pm CST located in the SPD training room. DMR Digital repeater Q & A workshops for beginners are held once the meeting adjourns. This workshop is a discussion group that helps first time and current DMR digital operators learn about how the DMR network operation works..All member’s are encouraged to attend and participate in this workshop. Annual dues are $20.00.
We do our part to provide Amateur Radio repeater service in Southeastern Wisconsin. But we need your help to keep going. Lakeshore Repeater Association is a 501(c)(3) not for profit corporation, to make a tax deductible contribution is easy. You are also encouraged to join the Lakeshore Repeater Association or renew your membership. Without your help we may not be able to maintain both the UHF and VHF KR9RK Repeater systems.
Membership Application and Important Documents