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The backbone of ECARS is service by its members for its members. 3/26/2018
Net Control Operators Needed
To volunteer, contact the Net Manager at email@example.com See guidance on being a net control operator here.
ECARS created two $1000 scholarships this year - one administered by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) and the other by the Foundation for Amateur Radio (FAR). The award recipients for 2019 are:
Sean Flynn, KD2BFI, of Newburgh, NY, for which Sean
has sent ECARS a
Thank You note. Read the ARRL letter announcing
FAR: Jacob Feltz, K9TVG, of Junction City, WI, for which Jacob has provided a short bio, a Thank You note, and a photograph.
Best Wishes to Sean and Jacob in their academic endeavors and with hope that these scholarships will prove useful to them.
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