ARRL Honors Diamond Terrace ContributorsGarden benches of Vermont granite are placed in a circle to honor radio amateurs and their families
ARRL Honors Diamond Terrace ContributorsA mounted plaque honors Diamond Terrace contributors.
There are nearly 1000 bricks - so far!Bricks are laser-personalized to honor a call sign, an Elmer, mentor, a friend or Silent Key
Terrace Brick Honors W3DCLEastern Pennsylvania ASM Joseph Ames, W3JY presents Jim Biddle, W3DCL with a replica of the brick honoring his service to the Marple Newtown ARC as editor of "The Dipole" newsletter.
A Lasting Honor for a Special Radio Amateur
The ARRL Diamond Terrace is a distinctive opportunity to make a permanent mark at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut. Started in 2007 and prominently located at the entrance to Headquarters, the Diamond Terrace is composed of inscribed bricks placed by committed ARRL Diamond Club members.
The Diamond Terrace recognizes donors who wish to honor their own call sign or the call sign of a special family member, Elmer, club or Silent Key. Amateur Radio organizations are welcome to participate to honor accomplishments and memorable occasions.
The Diamond Terrace at ARRL is part of the annual giving program, The ARRL Diamond Club, that invites annual contributions to provide financial support for programs not supported by member dues. Enrollment in the Diamond Club includes all the benefits of ARRL membership including the popular ARRL monthly magazine, QST. Join the ARRL Diamond Club today at the Brass level or higher, and you will be entitled to place a brick in the Diamond Terrace.
Specially designed certificates representing the inscription on your brick are available upon request. Lucite brick replicas are also available for an additional charge of $21.95.
SPECIAL NOTE FOR MEMORIAL GIFTS: For individuals or clubs that wish make a one-time contribution to place a brick in the Diamond Terrace as a memorial to a Silent Key, friend or family member, please complete the ARRL Donation Form. Use the "Additional Comments" section to let us know that your contribution is designated to the Diamond Club and to provide information for the brick inscription.