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President - Scott Mitchell, VA3GGT
I obtained my basic license in 2015, and my advanced license in 2018. I am thankful to everyone who helped encourage me to take a more active leadership role within our Club. Great things are coming. Looking forward to working with everyone on different things to make our Club great! My next adventure in amateur radio, is to learn CW.
I have been listening to home based and portable scanners since I was a teenager. I worked at a local electronic retail store where I became intrigued listening to local emergency bands. I remember knowing of a man in town who was Ham radio operator but thought nothing of it, as was a going to college and was busy with my studies. I struck up a conversation around 2014 with a co-worker that had his Ham Radio license for over 30 years. He encouraged me to get my license and he would help me get set up. I told him I was going to wait for retirement but after a couple more years of encouragement, then finding another co-worker who was getting his license, I decided to finally get mine. I took to studying for my Basic License and passed the test, achieving Basic with Honours in July 2016. I was so pleased to see many in Amateur Radio more than happy to help and excited to have me join the hobby. As I am relatively a “newbie”, I have a lot to learn but am interested in pursuing DX contesting, CW and making friends all over the world.
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I am relatively new to Ham radio. I received my license in June of 2017 and am eager to learn more. I am an IT support professional by trade but also enjoy electronics and photography. I enjoy fixing electronics and also enjoy building antennas. For 2018, I will be working on getting my advanced license and look forward to making new friends in the amateur radio hobby.