RE: [scoutradio] Camp Merit badges
- View SourceHi,I am thinking of doing the radio merit badge a week at camp this year. I haven't startedto work on it.The camp was very supportive last year just in having an ham station.73--Darryl Wagoner - WA1GON
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- View SourceIf you go to www.arrl.org they have a section on Jamboree on the Air.
These are the frequencies most often used for scout radio communications.
SM Troop 107, Allentown, PA
On Mon, 2 Apr 2001 02:24:19 -0700 "Randy Wells" <KG6AYP@...>
> This Year at camp we're going to have a ham shack set up so that________________________________________________________________
> we can do the merit badge. I was asked to ask this group if any
> other camps do this and if so what freq's they might use so that we
> could get the scouts to maybe talk to each other.
> Also we are trying to ask the arrl for some of their learning
> material's they normaly might send to the school's for their new
> program, one of the arrl officials mentioned we might be able to get
> this info. Just though it might be usfull if others knew this might
> be possible :)
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- View SourceYears ago (+40) I set up my ham station, K7AWD, at summer camp in Montana.
The station was very popular as I would send messages back home. During
the day, I would teach Morse code as at that time it was required for 1st
>>I am thinking of doing the radio merit badge a week at camp this year. Ihaven't started to work on it.
The camp was very supportive last year just in having an ham station.
Darryl Wagoner - WA1GON