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    Ham Fest

    Anyone have info on ham fest in the valley?
    Or did I miss the boat here.
    I used to worry about rich and skinny
    til I wound up poor and fat
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    Re: Ham Fest

    I think there is one in Tucson today. I think the valley ones are over but flag, showlow and other high country ones should be coming up.

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    Re: Ham Fest

    Scottsdale was on the 19th...probably the one you're thinking of?
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    Re: Ham Fest

    Tucson hamfest was today. Next local one is at DeVry in April.

    April Hamfest at DeVry
    Hosted by the Arizona Amateur Radio Club and the Amateur Radio Council of Arizona
    DeVry University, 2149 W Dunlap Avenue, Phoenix, AZ

    Hours: 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM - Overnight Parking Permitted
    Admission Donation: $2.00 per person -- Tailgate Space: $10.00 each
    Commercial Vendors, Tailgaters, Prizes
    Coffee, Donuts, & Sodas will be available.
    VE Testing: 9:00 AM in DeVry Library
    DX QSL Card Checking - 9:00 to 10:00 AM
    Talk-In on 147.060 (+)
    For more information or to reserve a space,
    contact Gary Hamman at 602.996.8148 or email k7gh@arrl.net


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    Re: Ham Fest

    Quote Originally Posted by chazur View Post
    Tucson hamfest was today. Next local one is at DeVry in April.

    April Hamfest at DeVry
    Hosted by the Arizona Amateur Radio Club and the Amateur Radio Council of Arizona
    DeVry University, 2149 W Dunlap Avenue, Phoenix, AZ

    Hours: 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM - Overnight Parking Permitted
    Admission Donation: $2.00 per person -- Tailgate Space: $10.00 each
    Commercial Vendors, Tailgaters, Prizes
    Coffee, Donuts, & Sodas will be available.
    VE Testing: 9:00 AM in DeVry Library
    DX QSL Card Checking - 9:00 to 10:00 AM
    Talk-In on 147.060 (+)
    For more information or to reserve a space,
    contact Gary Hamman at 602.996.8148 or email k7gh@arrl.net
    Hmmm. If tech test is available it might be time to study up and get licensed.
    Good judgement comes from experience. Experience more often than not comes from bad judgement.

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    Re: Ham Fest

    There are tests available all the time, all over the valley.

    http://www.arrl.org/find-an-amateur-...e-exam-session
    Carlos Alvarez
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    Re: Ham Fest

    Thanks for the info, guess I need to check in on QRZ a little more often.
    I used to worry about rich and skinny
    til I wound up poor and fat
    KE7VKY

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