You can meet wonderful ladies who all have the same interest as you.
Amateur Radio. 500+ Young Ladies can't be wrong.
Organized in 1939, YLRL is a non‐profit organization of women amateur radio licensees. With an international membership of approximately one third of its members being DX YLs.
The YLRL (Young Ladies' Radio League) exists to encourage and assist YLs (Young Ladies) throughout the world to enter into the Amateur Radio Service. There are a variety of interests to offer licensed YLs: Traffic Handling, Public Service, Emergency Management, Contests, Awards, DX and more on AM, CW, SSB, FM, RTTY, AMTOR, Packet and Satellite. Of course, there are the infinite benefits derived from just plain gal‐to‐gal ragchewing and the resulting friendships. You are always welcome at any YLRL activity. Come on in; the YLs are anxious to meet you.
YLRL is an organization for women with amateur radio licenses, who like radio itself, and extends to women all over the world.
Every Thursday evening at 20:00 (8pm) Eastern (0000 UTC Summer and 0100 UTC Winter). We invite all YLs from around the world to join in, so please tell your YL friends and club members to join us each and every Thursday!
We would like to thank the Australian Ladies Amateur Radio Association (ALARA) for the use of their Echolink Conference Node for the Echolink YL Nets. For more information on ALARA, please visit here.
For more information on how to use and download Echolink, please visit here or you may reach out to Catherine AC4YL at firstname.lastname@example.org or Melanie AG4YL at email@example.com who will be happy to assist you!
Conference node (286905)
14.310 or 14.288 if 14.310 is busy
CJ – firstname.lastname@example.org