|Über uns||The Fox River Radio League was established in 1924 as a club offering a wide variety of activities and services to the amateur radio community. The FRRL serves the greater Fox River Valley in NE Illinois. The FRRL is an ARRL Special Services Club.|
The Fox River Radio League was established in 1924 as a club offering a wide variety of activities and services to the amateur community. The FRRL serves the greater Fox River Valley amateurs in northeastern Illinois. Our members reside in the communities which border the Fox River. Some of the cities represented are Elgin, South Elgin, St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia, North Aurora, Aurora, Montgomery, Oswego and Yorkville. We also have members throughout the Chicagoland area due to our wide-coverage repeater system.
The club meets on the second Tuesday of every month at Bethany Lutheran Church, 8 S. Lincoln Street in Batavia, IL. The meeting begins at 7:30 PM. After conducting business, coffee and snacks are served while we socialize. Following the break, a program of interest will be presented. All people interested in amateur radio are invited to attend.
The FRRL is also an ARRL Special Services Club. Truly special amateur radio clubs like the FRRL are well-balanced in their programs for serving the community, developing club members' amateur radio skills and social activities, striving eac year to build on their successes to improve their effectiveness. The objective of the ARRL's Special Service Club program is to help good clubs organize and focus their efforts on those things that really count. For more information, please contact the ARRL.