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Grant County Amateur Radio Club - New and Improved Website

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  1. KB4MDR

    KB4MDR Ham Member QRZ Page

    The Grant County (Indiana) Amateur Radio Club recently updated and improved it's presence on the web. Mosey on over to http://www.grantarc.com and check us out. We are still a work in progress, but we already have lots of good information for hams and non-hams alike.

    Mike Robinette
    KB4MDR
     
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  3. K5BDL

    K5BDL Ham Member QRZ Page

    Grant ARC Website

    This looks very nice! I have been on your repeater while in the area visiting family in the Bluffton-Hartford City-Berne-Warren area and have made contact with your special event station during the James Dean Festival.

    I am excited to see this activity in your group. I manage the website for the Cherokee County (Texas) ARC (http://www.qsl.net/k5jvl). The site will move to http://www.k5jvl.net in the near future.

    73!
    Brad, K5BDL
    Jacksonville, TX
    Webmaster, CCARC http://www.qsl.net/k5jvl
    Northeast Texas Area Radio Enthusiasts (NETARE): http://k5bdl.com/netare
     
  4. N8OGI

    N8OGI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Your revised website

    It was great to check out QRZ.com today and see that a Amateur radio club is still going strong back my "home town" in Indiana. I look forward to talking with some of you when I come back into town for a visit.

    Greg/N8OGI
     
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