Greetings 160M Protagonists, Pip Squeaks, Posers and Curious Onlookers,
Dec 30/31 is rapidly approaching. Drive on over to:
http://www.kkn.net/stew/ and read why the date is important. While
peruse the rules pertaining to The Stew Perry TopBand Challenge instigated
by The Boring Amateur Radio Club. Consider sponsoring a plaque honoring
a facet of radio operating that strikes a major chord with you. The cost
and the fame is forever as your call is on the plaque also. The Radio
Stalwarts who have already sprung for this years plaques are listed below.
You can join them by emailing me for further information.
KL7RA Top # QSOs, S/O
EI2CN W/K/N/VE/XE station with most Qs with EI/British Isles
W2GD Team- Top # Qs, NA/SA by a EU station
N9TF Top # Grid Squares, QRP,S/O,NA with non-resonant antenna
< 40' above the ground
WQ4RP Top Score Multi-Op, QRP, World
K2AV "Master of the Small Lot" Top score from property
containing antennas < 1/3 acre or 1,350 Meters Sq,
N9TF Top Score US/SO/LP, multi band vertical-no trap/load or
resonator- tuner at Rig only
W9XR "W3GH Memorial" Top Score FN Grid Block
VK6VZ Top Score-Northern Hemisphere Station working Southern
Hemisphere Stations- Winner receives Flying
Doctors of VK baseball hat.
K7FL Top Score 100% Search & Pounce
K2PO Top Score, S/O, Low Power, Zone 3
KH6LC VK-ZL Challenge- Top Score, S/O, VK-ZL
KR2Q Golden Log Plaque- Most QSOs without a bust
Dr. Beldar L1AR Top Score, S/O, Using Temporary Antenna erected on or
after Dec. 3, 2017- because as we all know- Some
temporary antennas will outlive their SK owners!
WA8WZG Top Score, Low Power, 6 character call sign
W7RH Top Score, Low Power Asia
N2KW "Speed Demon"- Most QSOs during error free 1 hour period
The Boring Amateur Radio Club hopes that you have been being very busy
attending to the list of December chores so that you may freely operate
the listed time slot. We would suggest that instead of coming home from a
day of activities, eating dinner then falling asleep that you would discuss
your loved ones just what the perfect plaque might be for you to sponsor for
the 2017 edition of The Stew Perry TopBand Challenge. All 2016 plaques
have now been sent out to the skilled operators who conquered their unique
category. If you won a 2016 plaque and have not received it within a week,
then notify InterPol and then The Boring Amateur Radio Club as clearly a
ring of smart skulduggery savants have stolen your work of art!
Steel yourselves, as there will be more announcements in the near
for this DX Challenge as conditions necessitate.
This Contest is fun!
73 and I remain,
The Boring Amateur Radio Club Committee on Awareness and Cognition
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