Unless otherwise noted, all nets are hosted on our Rose Hill repeater system and times listed are in the Pacific time zone (current time).

Special Events

October 15: The daily Health and Wellness net will be hosted from our Rain or Shine event at Blyth Park in Bothell.


Daily @ 11:00 AM - Health and Wellness Net: A daily social net for our members and any licensed amateur operator.
Tuesdays @ 7:00 PM - Evening Net: An evening social net for those who cannot make our regular Health & Wellness net.
Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM - Louie Net: “The Louie Net” is dedicated to David Clark’s work to save, repair, and recycle instead of buy.
Fridays @ 7:00 PM - Round Robin Net: An fun and informal net that is kicked off by the first station on the repeater.
RETURNING SOON - Youth Net: This net encourages young amateur operators to connect on the air, practice their radio skills, and talk about their interests. The Net Control Operators that coordinate and conduct this net are under 18. The net begins with priority check-ins for young hams and 3rd party traffic, and then opens up to all stations.

What is a net?

A repeater net is an on-air meeting of amateur radio operators. These on-air meetings at often at prearranged times, usually for a specific purpose or topic of interest. Lake Washington Ham Club has several repeaters in the area that enable members and non-members to socialize with one another and build community.

The repeaters may also be used for special events and emergency coordination in the event of a local disaster. This is relatively uncommon though, so if you're worried you may be interrupting something, listen for a few minutes and then ask if the repeater is in use.

Interested in Helping?

If you have questions about the nets or are interested in helping we are often looking for volunteers. Running a net is easy and is a great way of sharpening your radio skills. Contact John W7JSM at for more information.

Net Script:

Below is the script our Net Control Operators use for the 11AM Health and Wellness Net.