CQ Announcements: June 2011
· The following Special Event stations are scheduled for late May and June:
K3DN, Warminster Amateur Radio Club at the Union League in Philadelphia to honor the American Flag; 1700Z June 4 to 1700Z June 5 on 28.70, 21.050, 21.280, 14.050, 14.280, 7.050, 7.280, 3.580, 3.880 MHz and PSK31 on 14.070 MHz. Certificate via selfaddressed, stamped letter-size envelope along with $1 U.S. to K3DN, Warminster Amateur Radio Club, PO Box 113, Warminster, PA 18974. Foreign stations must include the correct amount of postage. Contact: Irwin Darack, KD3TB, <irwindarack@comcast. net> or (267) 261-4959. More information: <http://www.k3dn.org>.
NB9QV, from WW II Submarine USS Cobia AGAA-245 and the annual Museum Ships Afloat weekend, Manitowoc, Wisconsin; June 4–5 from 1400–2100Z on 7.250 and 14.260 (±25 kHz) SSB. For QSL send QSL and #10 SASE to Fred Neuenfeldt, W6BSF, 4932 So. 10th St., Manitowoc, WI 54220-9121. For USS Cobia certificate send $1.00 and QSL to Tom McNulty, KØEFV, 4015 Independence Ave., Waterloo, IA 50703-9317. Information: <www.qrz.com/NB9QV>
NWØAA, from activation of the Northwest Angle ARC, MinnesoTa, located in the northern-most area of the contiguous U.S. May 28–30 from 1400–2100Z daily on 3.945, 14.245, 14.040, 21.070. SASE to Dan Whipple, 11726 Norway St. NW, Coon RaPIDS, MN 55448.
WØS, from 150th anniversary of the starting of Military Newspaper Stars and Stripes; Boothel ARC; 12 noon local time June 10 to 4 PM June 11, around 28.450, 21.350, 14.240, 7.255, 3.855 SSB; 21.070, 14.070, 7.070, 3.070 PSK 31. SASE to Boothel ARC, WØS, P.O. Box 98, Jackson, MO 63755.
VE3MIS, from Annual Streetsville Bread & Honey Festival, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; Mississauga Amateur Radio Club; June 4–5, 1400–2000Z daily on28.480, 14.240, 7.230 MHz. Certificate: MARC, c/o Michael Brickell, VE3TKI, 2801 Bucklepost Cres, Mississauga, ON, Canada L5L 1M6. Include $2 U.S. for postage. Please note: They cannot use U.S. postage stamps in Canada. Information: <http://www.marc.on.ca/>.
· The following hamfests, etc., are scheduled for June:
June 10–11, Ham-Com, Plano Centre, Plano Texas. For details go to: <http://www.hamcom.org/>. (VE exams Friday 11 AM to 5 PM and Saturday 9 AM to 4 PM) See us at the CQ Booth.
June 11, Knoxville Hamfest and Electronics Exposition and ARRL Tennessee State Convention, Kerbela Temple, Knoxville, Tennessee; Radio Amateur Club of Knoxville, RACK. Latest information: <http://www.W4BBB.org>. Contact Lou Dreinhoefer, WB3JKQ, e-mail: <email@example.com> or David Bower, K4PZT, email: <firstname.lastname@example.org >. (Talk-in 53.770, 147.300, 224.500, 444.575 MHz; VE exams)
June 12, The Hall of Science Amateur Radio Club Hamfest, New York Hall of Science parking lot, Flushing Meadow Corona Park, Queens, New York. Information: <http://www.hosarc.org> or call at night only: Stephen Greenbaum, WB2KDG, 718-898-5599; e-mail: <WB2KDG@arrl.net>. (Talk-in 444.200 PL 136.5, 145.270 –600 kHz PL 136.5); VE exams 10 AM)
June 18, Raritan Valley Radio Club ARRL Hamfest, Piscataway High School (Lots 11/12), Piscataway, NJ. Information: <http://www.w2qw.org>. Public contact: E. Drew, W2OU, e-mail: <email@example.com >. (Talk-in: 146.625 and 442.250, both PL 141.3)
June 20, Flea at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Albany and Main St., Cambridge, MA. Sponsored by the Harvard Wireless Club (W1AF), the MIT Electronics Research Society, the MIT UHF Repeater Assn. (W1XM), and the MIT Radio Society (W1MX) For space reservations and details go to <www.swapfest.us>. (Talk-in 146.52 and 449.725/ 444.725 W1XM/R, PL 114.8)
June 24–26, Friedrichshafen Ham Radio Conference, Lake Constance, Friedrichshafen, Germany. Details: <http://www.hamradio-friedrichshafen.de/ham-en/press/accreditation.php>; <http://www.hamradio[friedrichshafen.de/ham-en/list-of-exhibitors/hall-overview.php>; <http://www.hamradio-friedrichshafen.de/ham-en/press-photos.php>.