The Medina 2 Meter Group is a non profit, broad based ARRL special service amateur radio organization based in Medina County,
We support a host of amateur radio activities including VHF and UHF repeaters. We also conduct weekly nets, monthly meetings and are involved in a host of other amateur radio activities. We would welcome your application to become a member of our club because we find that as our membership grows, so does our ability to provide additional services.
If you are presently a member of the ham radio community or are interested in becoming a amateur radio operator, we hope you will join our club and support our many activities.
M2M Officers For 2017
President………………....…Ed Eyerdom K8NVR
Vice President…………...Diane Snider KD8SSX
Treasurer………………......Gail Helwig KD8GGM
Secretary……………....……Ray Orobona K2RWO
Doug McClure - KD8SST Jim Bodnar - W8UQZ
Ken Koyan - K8TV
Medina Senior Center
Medina Senior Center
246 Northland Dr., Medina, OH 44256
Medina County Career Center
1101 W Liberty St., Medina OH
All meetings begining at 1930 EDT
Please visit the gift card site at
147.030+ (131.8) North
147.030+ (88.5) South
147.285+ (110.9) Analog
147.285+ (0) Digital
We are an all-mode, all-band “Ham” radio club which was formed in 1975 by a group of amateur radio operators who wanted to further develop the hobby in Medina County. Presently, we offer ourselves as a valuable secondary communications resource in times of emergency where regular means of communications are out of service.
The M2M Group is involved in national and international radio contests where we test our skills in setting up temporary, emergency communications stations. These preparedness drills are important to the local community in that they demonstrate that we are able to implement emergency communications during natural disasters and other catastrophic events. Since we were chartered, the club has blossomed into a world-class organization that conducts an annual field day emergency drill and coordinates with the Medina County Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Our association with the EOC includes the use of the Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) and the Radio Amateur Emergency
As a club, we also works closely with The American Red Cross, The National Weather Service (Sky Warn), FEMA, The Salvation Army, hospitals, EMS, and police and fire services.