SM002 – Where to find ARRLOK?

The American Radio Relay League Oklahoma Section (ARRLOK) is the local field organization that links local hams with the ARRL. If you’re reading this, you have found at least one way to interact with us. However, there are a half dozen ways to get section information.

Thanks to Lloyd Colston KC5FM, we have a significant presence on the social media platforms of Blogspot, Facebook, and Twitter. In addition to these section updates, Lloyd posts great amateur radio content on the Blogspot, Facebook, and Twitter platforms. Take a look at the other media that you haven’t viewed recently.

You can find ARRL Oklahoma Section all over the web at:

To keep this information easily accessible, we’ll keep posting these directories at the bottom of each Section Newsletter.

And, you’re always welcome to email me if you still have questions or concerns at [email protected].

Field Day

Field Day is always on the fourth full weekend in June. More information in a future newsletter, but all of the details are online at Find a local field day site, or make sure your club is listed on the field day locator site at


Amateur radio clubs are the backbone of the hobby. All of the tremendous local hams have good information, and as Elmers or mentors, they love to share it. Most clubs have seen an increase in new member activity during the pandemic. Our Affiliated Club Coordinator, Jim Shideler W5JCS, can help you find a club or help your club become affiliated. We currently have 38 clubs listed on the ARRL Find-a-club directory at Look for a club near you, or verify that your club is on the list. Send Jim an email at [email protected] if you need club assistance.


On the new ARESOK website, we’ve updated the member listing page. It now includes contact information for your district, region, and section leaders. Take a look at and make sure all of your contact information is correct.

On-The-Air Nets

Peter Laws N5UWY collects information on all of the local, section, and regional nets in Oklahoma. If you run a net and haven’t received an email from Peter, send him an email at [email protected] to get it on the and net directories.


Hamfests are our in-person conferences. We’ve got two of them scheduled for 2021. If you are new to the hobby, these are great events to learn more about amateur radio and buy and sell equipment from the locals. Put these dates on your calendar and get your tickets now!

You can find ARRL Oklahoma Section all over the web at:

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