RE: [scoutradio] Digest Number 92
>Sounds like a great idea - how about some awards that would appeal toScout/hams
>outside the US as well?Of course but not sure what yet, plus I would like to set this up as a club
would be Scout run. Maybe have a few adults on the board with veto power,
by and large I would like for this to be a Scout learning/growth group.
>Where at HVSR are you planning to set up the station?Well, it won't be at HVSR, but at Wannockset(sp) at Jaffery. My XYL leaves
for her last major show next week so we have just about flat out getting
ready for it. Then I will turn my attention to Scout Camp.
Is there any current Scout on the air nets?
thanks & 73
Dave Colter WA1ZCN
SM, T71 New London, NH
(and HVSR radio/telephone maintenance dept.)
> Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Darryl Wagoner, I am ASM
> Troop 122a
> in Greenville, NH, Eagle Scout and Extra Amateur. I am planning to set up
> HF stationthe
> at summer camp in August as well as having a JOTA site.
> It seems to me that Scouting and Ham radio fits together very nicely. I
> think JOTA
> is a good start, but it doesn't go far enough to keep the interest of the
> kids. So
> I am in the process of starting a "on the air" awards program much like
> 3905 Centuryand
> Club http://www.qsl.net/3905ccn/. This would be awards for both Scouts
> non Scouts.SCOUTING and AMATEUR RADIO - FUN FOR ALL AGES
> For example "Worked Boy Scouts in all States", "Worked all Council", etc.
> We could have
> QSL bureaus, etc.
> What do you think? Any interest? Anyone want to help?
> Darryl Wagoner WA1GON
> 603-598-6500 x929