South Peninsula Radio Club offers fun, friendship – Homer Tribune


South Peninsula Radio Club offers fun, friendship Homer Tribune “After getting involved in ham radio, my grades in math, science and geography improved because I was learning about the places I was contacting which helped my geography and I was building…

Source: homertribune.com

An informative look at amateur radio from our friends in Homer, Alaska.  Excellent article by "Homer Tribune" reporter Christina Whiting.  She covers the field of amateur radio, describes how hams serve their communities, and how Alaska hams on the Kenai Peninsula reach out to the world and create lasting friendships. This is a good, positive example of how the print media can spread public knowledge of amateur radio.  Why not contact your local newspaper or radio station and arrange for an interview promoting the activities of your amateur radio club?  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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