You can’t keep a good ham down, and that was proven with a great Field Day 2020 at the Clarke County Fairgrounds and Tom Sherwood KW4CW’s leadership. Social distancing and other pandemic precautions were taken, but the Shenandoah Valley Amateur Radio Club was on the air and well-attended, all things considered. We made over 600 contacts! Continue reading “Field Day 2020: Thumbs Up!”
“Celebrating its 70th anniversary: Shenandoah Valley Amateur Radio Club draws ‘hams’ of all ages”
by Ashley Miller email@example.com
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The club was featured in an article posted on 5/20/18 to the Northern Virginia Daily website and in the print edition for Monday, May 21, 2018. Reporter Ashley Miller and photographer Rich Cooley did a wonderful job producing the article after Ashley’s interview with John Kanode, N4MM; Sam Long, W4WSE; Sandy Bowen, KF4EKA; Gary Fortun, K4GJF; Audrey Strite, KN4CHI; and Meghann Strite. KN4KTU.
Thank you to all who participated, and especially to Ashley Miller and photographer Rich Cooley.
Founded in 1948, the Shenandoah Valley Amateur Radio Club, Inc. is one of the oldest established radio clubs in the U.S. We support the local A.R.E.S. (Amateur Radio Emergency Services System), and we proudly host the famous Berryville Hamfest, now in its seventh decade.
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