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If you’re looking for a friendly group that shares your interest in Amateur Radio, consider joining our club.

Thibodaux Amateur Radio Club

Thibodaux Amateur Radio Club

The Thibodaux Amateur Radio Club, call sign W5YL, draws members primarily from the Assumption, Lafourche, St Mary, Assumption, and Terrebonne parish area of south Louisiana.

Our club currently boasts 45+ member amateur radio operators located in areas from Alexandria to Baton Rouge, New Iberia to New Orleans, and along the Gulf Coast.

The club also has many friends across the southern United States and many points beyond.

In addition to intensive local radio communications conducted through the W5YL repeater system, Thibodaux Amateur Radio Club hobbyists share a passion for long range radio communications and an abiding desire to assist local radio responders during hurricane recovery operations and during other incidents when immediate and reliable communications are required.

Bayou Region Amateur Radio Society

Bayou Region Amateur Radio Society

The Bayou Region Amateur Radio Society, a 501c3 corporation, is the fundraising arm of our umbrella organization, the Thibodaux Amateur Radio Club.

We support emergency communication operations and provide communication infrastructure after hurricanes and other disasters in the bayou region of southeast Louisiana. We also promote the art and science of amateur radio to our local communities and around the world.

Every year in May we participate in the GiveNOLA.org one day online fundraiser with other 501c3 groups in the bayou region area.

Support After Disasters

Support after disasters

Through our on-going support for the ARRL organization known as ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service) in Louisiana Region 3, we facilitate the operators and repeater infrastructure used in post hurricane and disaster recovery.

We also support the American Red Cross, Catholic Charities, Salvation Army, and many other Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in disaster situations

Other outside groups assisting in post disaster personal location and message traffic also benefit from our repeaters and operators.

If you are a licensed amateur radio operator we invite you to join Louisiana ARES Region 3

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