Inaugural Event a SUCCESS!

Circumstances being what the were (rough band conditions, a limited number of operators available, lots of other things happening for the members of the group, etc.), I am going to call our inaugural event a success! We had a total of 283 contacts for this event on the 10m, 20m, and 40m. We had wonderful conversations and everyone was polite to our operators. This was important because we had one young ham (KE0LMZ) operating 10m. We want to thank ALL of the hams who took part and worked with us through the band conditions to make those hard contacts!

A beautiful certificate will go out by email as a PDF which you can print if you request it here. For the landmark numbers (40th, 50th, 100th, 150th, etc.), your certificate will have a couple of differences!

We are already receiving QSL cards and requests in the mail. I am still finalizing the special event QSL cards and we will have about 300 of those made up to send out and pass out! If you want a printed copy of your certificate, please make sure you include a 9×12 envelope so it is big enough for the certificate without folding. If you only send a small envelope, we will assume you just want the QSL card. Thank you!

We have more events scheduled over the next year, so if you haven’t already, feel free to subscribe to our blog! You’ll know when the events are, what call sign we will operate under, where the public location will be, and more!

Signing off for KE0TGG/W0T,

Sam Henley KE0LMY


Published by Sam Henley

Hi! My name is Sam! I serve as the Public Information Officer (PIO) for Sleeper/Stoutland Volunteer Fire Departments. I hold a general class amateur radio license, call sign KE0LMY. I serve as the Director of Camden County, MO Emergency Management Agency. I also serve as the Treasurer of the Missouri Emergency Management Association and the Public Relations Manager of the Missouri CERT Association.

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