The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group of Loudoun County in Northern Virginia, founded in July 1993, is a family oriented club with a wide variety of activities and interests including public service, emergency communications support, high altitude balloon radio, camera and video flights, fox hunts, contesting and DX-ing. Our premier events are the annual K4LRG operation in the June ARRL Field Day,
the Reston Century Ride Operation in August, and the Lovettsville Oktoberfest in September.
We are an affiliated club of the American Radio Relay League and many of our members support
the Amateur Radio Emergency Service of Loudoun County. We encourage advancement in the art of amateur radio communications and offer several training courses each year.
The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group meets monthly from January through November. Follow the meeting tab at "About Us" above for
information about our meetings. We are now operating eight weekly
radio nets where our members get together to say hello and check their equipment. Many members meet on Mondays for lunch at noon in the Leesburg Wegmens Cafe. Many of our members regularly participate in domestic and international radio contests and are among the best and have won
many club and individual awards including Commonwealth titles in the Virginia QSO Party.
Visit Happenings to learn about our current activities. Use the navigation menu above to look around the LARG - K4LRG on the Internet.