The Twin State Radio Club serves the upper Connecticut River Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont, and is officially based in Hanover, NH.
TSRC was said to have been founded around 1955 by Forrest Adams W1FN from Wilder, VT and some friends. After Adams' death in the 70's the club officially adopted his call sign.
The club has had a variety of meeting places over the years, including their own club house and station on Old Pine Tree Cemetary Rd. in Lebanon. The club house and land were sold in the late 80's due to a burdensome property tax, and the money invested.
Since that time, we've met at the Montshire Museum of Science, first in Hanover and later in Norwich, VT, and succession of restaraunts for breakfast and dinner, most of which have gone out of business, forcing us to move. We often joke that TSRC really stands for Twin State Restaraunt Closers.
Fortunately, EBA Pizza is a substantial eatery with a long history in Hanover, so we figure they'll be around for a while!
Like most clubs, activity levels rise and wane, but it's generally an interesting bunch of guys with lots to say. Come add to the QRM!
Moose Mt. Hanover Repeaters
145.33- 100.0Hz (wide area coverage)
443.55+ 136.5Hz (local coverage, linked to 2m)
KB1FDA Linked Rep. - E. Corinth, VT
EchoLink node #363356