A YL Interview with KD9WHO

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KM9G, Jun 1, 2021.

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  1. KC0TFI

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    Always nice to see new people enjoying the hobby
     
  2. 9A5O

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    So, girl scouting is where youngsters get interested in ham radio? In my days boy scouts offered patches for swimming, cooking, making fire... I even got courage to taste a roasted snake chunk (yuck!)... ham radio, though, was impossible task to get a girl interested in. My ham radio hook was a Morse code cheating in math class (dah-dit-dah-dit, the answer is C for question 3). Combining POTA now and ham radio is a logical step, I might take up trekking and mountain climbing myself someday.
    Anyway, kudos to KM9G, you know how to talk to young hams! Keep it up!!
     
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  3. W8ASA

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    KM9G, it's HAM RADIO, not HAM.
     
  4. HP3GNG

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    73, QUE SEAS INSPIRACION PARA MAS JOVENES Y YL COMO YO,
    HP3GNG GISELA LUNA DE PANAMA.
     
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  5. KN6NWZ

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    Scouting in responsible for a lot of youngsters getting into ham radio. My son's cub scout pack is now co-ed so I'm not sure how many girls are joining Girl Scouts anymore versus what is now just Scouts. I do believe the co-ed Scouts will result in more girls getting into ham radio.
     
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