The ARRL website carries a listing of every section's ARRL-Affiliated ham
radio clubs, most of whom have e-mail addresses.
I counted 117 in Texas, alone.
Along with the QRP groups, don't forget FISTS.
> Something on E-Ham or some other non-contesting forum would be a
> bonus! Hey
> the QRP lists might be a good place too. Heavens knows we'll
> generally gladly
> spend the extra time needed to work them on Sunday =;^)
> 73 es God Bless de KK1L...ron rossi(firstname.lastname@example.org) <><
> Support Programmer for TRLog http://www.qth.com/tr
> QTH: Jericho, Vermont
> My page: http://www.qsl.net/kk1l
> >>>Georgek5kg@aol.com said:
> > In a message dated 10/9/2002 12:25:51 PM Greenwich Standard Time,
> > email@example.com writes:
> > > We all know newly licensed, less active, or good non-contest
> operators. Why
> > > not encourage them to start on Sunday, calling CQ at about
> 050-060 on each
> > > band, or just inside the Novice bands, at their own speed?
> Even better,
> > > some can make this a club or group learning effort, with an
> > > operator helping the new/casual operators in real time,
> making contacts,
> > > managing pileups, or working S&P. Everybody wins.
> > >
> > >
> > Ted,
> > I think this is an excellent idea. It will need serious "marketing",
> > however, to get the word out to get sufficient participation.
> I'd suggest
> > that club newsletters carry the idea to their members. It
> would also be good
> > if the ARRL could encourage it, perhaps in their weekly ARRL
> Letter when
> > pitching SS.
> > 73, Geo...
> > George I. Wagner, K5KG
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