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2013 Dayton Reception


More than 160 guests enjoyed a congenial evening at the13th Annual ARRL 2013 Dayton Donor Recognition Reception held on Thursday, May 16, 2013 at the Meadowbrook Country Club in Clayton, Ohio. Guests included ARRL members who have supported the ARRL with a gift of $1,000 or more this past year, are members of The Maxim Society and/or have made a commitment to the ARRL Second Century Campaign. ARRL Directors were also invited. ARRL First Vice President Rick Roderick, K5UR, was the keynote speaker for the evening, followed by Craig Thompson, K9CT. Roderick and Thompson spoke on the merits of the ARRL and the avocation of Amateur Radio, and the importance of giving back through the Second Century Campaign. Special thanks to Jim Simpson, WB8QZZ, of DARA for his audio and photography skills.

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