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Ham Class Eureka


By K7ONI - Posted on 07 January 2018

STARTS IN FEB FRIDAY FEB 2 5 PM SATURDAY 3rd 9 AM-5PM

FRIDAY FEB 9 SAT 10

FRIDAY 16 SAT 17

FRIDAY 23 TESTING FEB 24 9 AM
Come to as many class as you like , testing is open to all

ALL AT GLACIER BANK EUREKA MT class is free 30 bucks for book

PUT THE WORD OUT PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR HEAD COUNT FOR BOOKS
wr7dw@rexforddsl.net 889 5886

We need to put out class flyers Like this:

Get your Ham Radio
License in Eureka
Extended class schedule
Classes in February 2018
Friday Feb. 2nd 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday Feb. 3rd 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday Feb. 9th 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday Feb. 10th 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday Feb. 16th 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday Feb. 17th 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday Feb 23rd 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday Feb. 24th 9:00 AM Test Day
All are welcome to test for any class
Glacier Bank Meeting Room (top floor)
Ham radio is the best emergency and safety network available
and will be used locally as well as world wide in the event of
any disasters, natural or man made.
Study books will be available at the first class.
You will need to register for the class to get a book by calling
Don Johnson WR7DW at 406 889 5886
No class of license requires Morse code, and the technician test is just 35
questions multiple choice. You can get 9 questions wrong and still pass,
and during the study you will be given all the answers up front. You can
also study on line at www.QRZ.com
The license is free for 10 years, then renew on line for another 10 years.
We will have equipment on display and there will be demonstrations of
various equipment. Eureka Repeater Group sponsoring the class has
many local repeaters covering all of Lincoln County and into Flathead
county, and much more.
Be prepared to increase your safety by having communications available in any
emergency situation at any time day or night with these systems.

tnx don wr7dw let me know if this
time works for you




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