Hamvention® 2019 Award Winners Announced

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  1. K1LKP

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  2. AB1OC

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    No worries Michael - we very much appreciate all that you and the Dayton Hamvention(R) team have done for us by recognizing us for this prestigious award! Keep up the great work with the Dayton Hamvention awards program! Fred, AB1OC
     
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  3. W5MIL

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    Congrats to all the winners!

    I thought I was going to win "Lid of the Year". I am disappoint.
     
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  4. K1LKP

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    DOUG,
    KEEP SMILING
    DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED.
     
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  5. WP4KEY

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    Congratulations to all winners.
    de Emilio - WP4KEY
    Puerto Rico
     
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  6. KB8UUZ

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    On behalf of the Portage County Amateur Radio Service (PCARS), the 2018 Hamvention (R) Club of the Year - our CONGRATULATIONS to all of the 2019 winners !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

    Tom, KB8UUZ
    PCARS Newsletter Editor
     
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  7. W5JON

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    Hi Doug, I have sent several Emails to your QRZ address, about the original W5MIL, but have not received a reply to any of them. Is your Email good on QRZ. 73, John W5JON
     
  8. AB1NS

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    Mike,
    I was born and raised in New Jersey, no offense here. Thanks for your efforts.

    Tom, AB1NS
    Nashua Area Radio Club
     
  9. AC1EV

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    Around 11 months ago I struck up a conversation with a fellow ham in the HRO in Salem, NH. I mentioned to him that I was a new ham and was studying for my Amateur Extra exam. He told me that his ham club, Nashua Area Radio Society, had a 3 day boot camp that started the next Friday and I should enroll for the course. I took his advice and by the next Sunday I passed the exam and became an Extra! I was impressed with the course and the people, so joined the club. New to the hobby, I did not fully participate in all of the activities the club had to offer, but still participated in Field day, operated as K2K during the 13 Colonies contest (the club came in first place for Club category) helped run a GOTA station at the NEARfest where the club had an extensive display and demonstration attended by 100 + local high school students. Videoed the launch of a High Altitude Balloon, also attended by many school students. My personal station is a modest one, but through the club I have been able to operate on a world class station, most recently during the ARRL International DX Contest. I am grateful for the strong leadership and enthusiastic membership and warm welcome and support given by all this year. I feel the club has given me much more than I have given it and after thinking about that realize that the same is probably true for most members. That is the beauty of many like minds working together, the resulting whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Congratulations to all of my new friends at NARS and I look forward to another great year.
     
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  10. AC1EV

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    Around 11 months ago I struck up a conversation with a fellow ham in the HRO in Salem, NH. I mentioned to him that I was a new ham and was studying for my Amateur Extra exam. He told me that his ham club, Nashua Area Radio Society, had a 3 day boot camp that started the next Friday and I should enroll for the course. I took his advice and by the next Sunday I passed the exam and became an Extra! I was impressed with the course and the people, so joined the club. New to the hobby, I did not fully participate in all of the activities the club had to offer, but still participated in Field day, operated as K2K during the 13 Colonies contest (the club came in first place for Club category) helped run a GOTA station at the NEARfest where the club had an extensive display and demonstration attended by 100 + local high school students. Videoed the launch of a High Altitude Balloon, also attended by many school students. My personal station is a modest one, but through the club I have been able to operate on a world class station, most recently during the ARRL International DX Contest. I am grateful for the strong leadership and enthusiastic membership and warm welcome and support given by all this year. I feel the club has given me much more than I have given it and after thinking about that realize that the same is probably true for most members. That is the beauty of many like minds working together, the resulting whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Congratulations to all of my new friends at NARS and I look forward to another great year.
     
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