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    Feature. 06/04/2009 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Dayton 2009 -- a Smashing Success! I'm not sure what else I could call it. Coming up with clever word plays or alliterations for the title just wouldn't have done it justice, for the 2009 Dayton Hamvention was truly a smashing success! Learn More · McDowellFCC ... Learn More

  • ARRL@HamRadio.Fun: November Sweepstakes For the Win!

    12/22/2012. By Sterling Coffey, N0SSC ARRL Youth Editor. November plays host to my favorite contest -- the ARRL November Sweepstakes. “Sweeps” is divided into two separate contests, CW and Phone. Ironically, the first contest I ever participated in was the 2007 CW Sweeps, using a decoder and an automatic CW  ... Learn More

  • ARRLWeb: ARRL Board Names Award Winners

    Nov 9, 2011 ... known to visitors of the ARRL Web site as the editor of the monthly Youth@ HamRadio.Fun column. "Andrea is one of ham radio's best ambassadors and a strong leader," the Board said. She is also very active in her local community through her participation in Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES). Learn More

  • ARRL Letter

    Sep 22, 2000 ... Brian Mileshosky, N5ZGT, to edit Youth@HamRadio.Fun for AWE: The 1999 winner of the ARRL's presigious Hiram Percy Maxim Award, Brian Mileshosky, N5ZGT, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is the editor of a new youth-oriented column in The ARRLWeb Extra on the ARRL's Members Only Web site. Learn More

  • Public Speaking About Amateur Radio Before Youth Groups

    development of today's electronic technologies, that amateur radio operators provide crucial community services during disasters, and that those who are in the hobby seem to have genuine fun. The most we can expect from the majority of youth a speaker reaches is to leave them with a positive and favorable impression ... Learn More

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    02/08/2010 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Ham Radio 2.0. Web 2.0 is the name that has been given to the second wind of the Internet evolution, characterized by new gadgets, new developments and new ways to have fun online. Amateur Radio is also experiencing a second wind, with more hams, more activity and more Learn More

  • Kids Day

    Twice a year, ARRL offers an event designed to promote Amateur Radio to our youth. Share the excitement with your kids or grandkids, a Scout troop, a church or the general public! http://www.arrl.org/images/view/On_the_Air/. Kids Day is designed to give on-the-air experience to young people and hopefully foster interest ... Learn More

  • Youth@AmateurRadio.Fun: A Position for Youth, by Youth

    Oct 16, 2009 ... Give them another element of ham radio, one they can't get on the gridiron or in the class room. Give them a position where they're responsible for listening, coordinating and organization with an age group that may range from 8 to 80. Give them a position called Youth Assistant Section Manager. The idea ... Learn More

  • ARRL | American Radio Relay League News, Events and Features

    The Amateur Radio Relay League publishes daily updates on the world of ham radio, including feature articles, columns, and news about emergency communications, technology and contesting. Learn More

  • ARRL :: Brochures, Handouts & Exhibit Supplies :: Ham Radio Youth ...

    Ham Radio Youth flyer (pack of 25). Technology that's as cool as you want to make it. You'll learn 22 things you can do with Amateur Radio. Put radio to work and have fun doing it! Download this item in PDF format (1.44 MB). Please note: A maximum of 4 packs of 25 will be included in one order. Ham Radio Youth flyer  ... Learn More