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JOTA Participants Requested to Complete ARRL Survey:

from The ARRL Letter, Vol 21, No 42 on October 26, 2002
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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JOTA Participants Requested to Complete ARRL Survey:

If you or your club participated in JOTA 2002 over the October 19-20 weekend, we'd appreciate your completing the ARRL JOTA Survey http://www.arrl.org/FandES/ead/jotalog/ on the ARRL Web site to let us know about it. The Boy Scouts of America K2BSA call sign was on the air from Camp Wisdom in Dallas, Texas, where members of Cub Scout Pack 591 talked to other Scouts on 15 meters while Dave Cummings, WA5TET, supervised. Also on the air was ST2BSS from the Sudan (QSL to Magdi Osman Ahmed, PO Box 2--Khartoum Airport, Khartoum, Sudan). Mike Cizek, W3MC, headed up a JOTA group with 500 scout visitors near Ft Meade, Maryland. In addition to certain detailed information, the survey seeks feedback on your overall JOTA experience and on whether your club has scheduled any follow-up ham radio classes. If you have JOTA photos to share, send them via e-mail or USPS to ARRL Educational Programs Coordinator Jean Wolfgang WB3IOS, jwolfgang@arrl.org, ARRL, 225 Main St, Newington, CT 06111. Wolfgang reports that some 150 JOTA stations signed up on the Youth Skeds page http://www.arrl.org/FandES/ead/youthskeds/ prior to the annual Scouting-ham radio event. In addition to letting Scout groups know where a JOTA station planned to be set up, the site also let JOTA groups set schedules with one another.--some information from The Daily DX

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The ARRL Letter Vol. 21, No. 42 October 25, 2002

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