LVSRA has been affiliated with the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) since 1930, and was incorporated in 1977 for the purpose of information exchange, to promote radio knowledge, fraternize with other radio operators for efficiency and cooperation between members, to conduct club programs and activities so as to promote an interest in amateur radio, and to provide emergency communication to the community.

Monthly Meetings

The LVSRA holds regular meetings on the third Saturday of each month at 8:00 am at Heisey’s Diner, 1740 N Highway 72, Lebanon, PA. This is a few miles north of Lebanon. We have VE testing sessions at every LVSRA club meeting.

Lebanon County 2 Meter Emergency Net

This is a directed net commencing at 8:00 pm EST, operating on a frequency of 147.315 MHz with a PL of 82.5 Hz. All licensed amateur radio operators are invited to participate. This net operates in cooperation with the Lebanon County Emergency Management Agency.



Our Repeaters

Our Repeaters


Emergency Communications

Current News and Events

LVSRA Training June 2018 Anyone having interest in attending any of the following classes please contact Frank K1HLZ@PCIcon.net. Future Classes The following is a list of classes that have been requested. Anyone having interest in attending or teaching these or any other class should contact Frank. Contact Frank – K1HLZ on 147.315 or 442.400 or …

Awesome video from LVSRA’s Field Day 2016. Thank you to Kris Zajac AA3LY’s Son-In-Law.
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Tuesday, August 7th we will be at booth 73 at National Night out, Cambelltown Volunteer Fire Dept, Right beside Middle Creek Search and Rescue, look for the Antennae and Dogs, come say Hi and get on the air.

At this point We still have not been notified of our exact positions on Cleona or Hill Top Playground but the Antennae are hard to hide.
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While not necessarily an LVSRA site, KC3CRL and KB3YDK will be monitoring K3LV “315” repeater from the National Night Out in Elizabethtown. We will be there representing Pa Wilderness Search & Rescue. There will be a GOTA station there as well.