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    10/06/2009 | 2009 Section Managers' Workshop: A Learning Experience

    The Annual Section Manager (SM) Workshop -- held September 25-27 -- afforded 12 newly elected SMs (including three that began their first terms of office on October 1) to visit ARRL Headquarters. During the extended weekend gathering, participants not onl
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  • 09/23/2009 | Newly Elected Section Managers Converge on Newington

    This weekend, 12 Section Managers who are new -- or returning after a long absence -- to their post are in Newington for an orientation. The primary purposes of the Workshop sessions are to share ideas and to provide basic administrative, management, lead
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  • 05/12/2009 | ARRL Southeastern Division Vice Director Sandy Donahue, W4RU (SK)

    The ARRL is sad to report that Southeastern Division Vice Director Sandy Donahue, W4RU, of Dothan, Alabama, passed away on May 4. He was 63. Donahue, an ARRL Life Member, served as Vice Director since January 2002 and as Georgia Section Manager from 1997-
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  • 09/03/2008 | Georgia Hams Help Find Shelter for Gustav Evacuees

    Amateur Radio operators in Georgia are actively participating in the coordination and operations of the Georgia shelters housing people displaced by Hurricane Gustav. According to ARRL Georgia Section Public Information Coordinator Norm Schklar, WA4ZXV, m
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  • 08/04/2008 | Georgia Hams Meet with FEMA

    On July 30, representatives from the ARRL Southeastern Division and Georgia Section participated in the FEMA Region IV, Regional Emergency Communications Coordination (RECC) Working Group meetings near Atlanta. Southeastern Division Director Greg Sarratt,
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    05/07/2008 | Hams on Hand as Tornados Sweep through Georgia, Downtown Atlanta

    When tornados swept through Georgia this past weekend, Amateur Radio operators were on hand to assist where needed. On Friday, March 14, an EF-2 tornado touched down in downtown Atlanta at 9:38 PM (local time). The National Weather Service said the twiste
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