BAA Marathon Help Sought, April 19, 2004

BAA logoSteve Schwarm, W3EVE wrote:

We are still in need of hams for the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 19th. Please send an email to Steve Schwarm, W3EVE at w3eve@arrl.net if you can help.

This is a all day event. Positions open as early as 6:30 AM and run past 6:00 PM. Some start after noon and run to 8 PM. It is a fun event where ham radio plays a very important role. Many of the locations have T access. You will need a 2 meter HT with tone generation (CTSS) with extra batteries and an antenna better than a rubber duck. Please tell us if you have a 440 HT or 2/440 dual band HT. Please include in the email if you have limitations (i.e., must have t access, limited walking, any time constraints, etc.). You must be at least 18 years of age to participate. Thank you for your help.

Steve, W3EVE

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New England Flea Markets March 27, 2004

New England Area   Ham - Electronic  Flea Market  ***  DATES  *** 2004 P 1 of 2
All events are Ham Radio/ Electronic related except ~_____~
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2004 Contact Source
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27,28 Mar Timonium MD GBARC @FG Doug N3VEJ 410 256 0257 F

27 Mar Lewiston ME AARC @Ramada $5@8 $8/T Rick N1WFO 207 784 1266 A+

27 Mar Laval PQ CRALL $5@9 $10@7 Martin VA2HEB R+

28 Mar Henniker NH CVRC @CommSch $3@8 $10/T@7 Jim NS1E 603 428 7436

28 Mar Framingham MA FARA Bev N1LOO 508 626 2012 A

3 April Waterford CT RASON Auction Gary WT1SND 860 884 4218 A+

17 April Nashua NH NE Antique RC $15/T@7 $2@9 @StStan's Marty 603 938 5051 F

17 April S Portland ME PAWA @AmLeg $5@8 $10/T Bryce K1GAX 207 799 1116 W

17 April Montreal PQ MARC @RCLeg $4@7:30 $8/T@7:30 James VE2VE 514 697 7205 W

18 April Cambridge MA FLEA at MIT Nick 617 253 3776 F
Third Sunday April thru October

24-25 April Waltham MA Photographica @HS ~photo~ Ed Shaw 617 965 0807

25 April Southington CT SARA @HS $5@9 $18@6:30 Alex KB7HCO 860 214 3013 F

30 Ap, 1 May Hopkinton NH HossTraders @FG x7 I89 Joe K1RQG 207 469 3492

10 May Whately MA FCARC Monday PM Bill N1EWK 413 774 4669 A+

15 May Goshen CT SBARC @FG $3@8 $10/T@6 Lee K1LEE 860 435 0051 +

16 May Cambridge MA FLEA at MIT Nick 617 253 3776 F

22 May Rensselaer NY EGARA 8A @FD Park Free Chris N2NEH 518 477 6915 W+

23 May Massapequa NY GSBARC Walter KA2RGI 631 957 0218 A+

29 May Vernon CT NARC @AgCtr I84x67 $4@9 $15/T Wayne N1GUS 860 487 1921 F+

29 May St John NB LCARC @RecCtr $3@8 +$2/T Kal White 506 847 3744 R+

30 May Sorel Tracy PQ CRAST @CurlingClb $5@9 Denis VE2DSH 450 746 0814 R+

4-6 June Rochester NY Atlantic Div Conv Harold K2HC 585 424 7184 A

4 June Feeding Hills MA HCRA @CongCh $5/T@6:30PM Dave KB1MU 413 596 6605 +

5 June Windsor CT VintgeR Museum @33MechanicsSt $10/S@6AM John 860 673 0518

5 June Hermon ME PSARC Roger KA1TKS 207 848 3846 A+

6 June Queens NY HoSARC Stephen WB2KDG 718 898 5599 A
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This list has been posted... as a service of the individual home page
owners, to the following WWW sites.

http://flealist.senie.com/
http://mit.edu/w1gsl/Public/ne-fleas
http://www.k1ttt.net/flea.html
http://www.connix.com/~wz1v/ne-fleas.html
http://www.k1dwu.net/flealist.html
http://www.mmra.org/~mmra/flealist.htm
http://www.qsl.net/vhfnews/ne-fleas.html
http://uhavax.hartford.edu/~newsvhf/ne-fleas.html

List is normally updated twice a month - look for the latest version

Be sure to check for the latest version as updating is under the control
of the page owner.

* You can have the list e-mailed directly to you as it is updated. *
* Just send a request to be added to the distribution to w1gsl@mit.edu *

73 Steve F
W1GSL

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New England Area Ham - Electronic Flea Market *** DATES *** P4
Links to New England Hamfest Web Sites (c) 2004 W1GSL
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This section is only included in the electronic distribution.

Cambridge MA Flea at MIT http://www.swapfest.us +

Hopkinton NH Hosstraders http://www.qsl.net/k1rqg/

Amherst MA Mt. Tom ARC http://www.mtara.org/hamfest/flea.html

Adams MA N BerkshireARC http://www.nobarc.org/hamfest

Boxborough MA NE ARRL Conv http://www.boxboro.org/

Framingham MA FARA http://www.fara.org/

Newton MA Waltham ARA Auction http://www.wara64.org/auction/

S Dartmouth MA SEMARA http://www.semara.org/flea/fleamkt.htm +

Whately MA FranklinCARC http://www.fcarc.org/flea.html

Enfield CT VHF/UHF Conf http://www.newsvhf.com +

Southington CT SARA http://www.chetbacon.com/sara.htm

Wallingford CT Nutmeg CT Conv http://www.qsl.net/nutmeghamfest/

Lewiston ME AARC http://www.dlois.com/mainearrl/convent.htm

Portland ME PAWA http://www.qsl.net/pawa/fleamarket.html +

Henniker NH CVRC http://www.qsl.net/k1bke/ +

Bergen NJ BARA http://www.bara.org/

Lake Placid NY NNY ARA http://www.geocities.com/nnyara/

Lindenhurst NY ToB ARES http://www.tobares.org/hamfest.html

Long Island NY LIMARC http://www.limarc.org/fest.htm

Massapequa NY GSB ARA http://www.gsbarc.org/flyermay03.pdf

Queens NY Hall of Science http://www.qsl.net/hosarc/hamfest.html

Rensselaer NY E Greenbush ARA http://www.com-tech.org/EGARA.html +

Rochester NY AWA http://www.antiquewireless.org/

Greenwich RI Fidelity ARC http://users.ids.net/~newsm/dates.html

Essex Junction VT Burlington ARC http://www.vtstetson.net/fest02.pdf

Milton VT RANV VT Conv http://www.ranv.org/milton.html

Montreal PQ MARC http://www.marc.qc.ca/fest/fest.html +

Montreal PQ WIARC http://www.pubnix.net/wiarc/hamfest.htm

Montreal PQ MS-SARC http://www.ve2clm.ca/hamfesta.htm

Sorel-Tracy PQ CRAS-T http://www.hamfest.qc.ca/

St Therese PQ CRALL http://www.ve2crl.qc.ca/hamfest2002.htm

Canada RAC List http://rac.eton.ca/data/racfleas.taf?function=form

Phila. Area VARA List http://www.qsl.net/w2vtm/hamfest.html +

USA ARRL List http://www.arrl.org/hamfests.html

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Boston ARC To Participate in SATERN Communications Exercise

SATERN logoFrank Murphy, N1DHW writes:

“The Salvation Army, our host for [Boston Amateur Radio Club] meetings, has requested the help of BARC members to support a communications intensive exercise for the Salvation Army Emergency Response. It is scheduled for Saturday, May 15, 2004. This exercise will be conducted, rain or shine, at their 120 acre youth camp, Camp Wonderland, in Sharon, MA, from 0900 through mid-afternoon.

Hams will support the Sharon EOC, the Communications Vehicle, a message center, the staging area, and Disaster Canteens. Shadow supports for key staff will also be provided. Partial day commitment is acceptable since this will afford us practice in relief operations.

Lunch, drinks, and snacks will be provided during the day. An evening meal, prepared on-site from the 50 ft. Salvation Army Regional Disaster Kitchen, will be offered to all volunteers. This same mobile unit served thousands at the WTC.

This all radio exercise is designed to test the teamwork and performance of new members of the local Salvation Army Disaster Services Organization (DSO). All of the DSO team members have completed Basic ICS training courses, and many were at WTC. However, this is the first time for all Massachusetts DSO teams to respond and work together at a local disaster event
under the Incident Command structure. Their further limitation is that they will have to rely on only radio communications. No cell phones will be permitted!

This will be a great test of both our SATERN and BERT members to provide the communications support we promise to our hosts, and advertise to the community in general. Our plans are for BERT to manage all field radio operations, including the new mobile Communications Van. Most radio communications will use simplex frequencies, with some local repeater backup.
In addition to the hams, the Salvation Army is calling for many general Disaster Volunteers. Hands-on field training will be conducted in non-ham response support activities. These will include canteen operation, mass feeding, shelter setup and operation, and other related tasks needed in supporting any major disaster response agency.

While this exercise is not an ARES scheduled event, ARES Leadership participation and the use of ARES resources have been requested. Members from the ARES EC staff, and local and state emergency management have been invited as official observers to critique the drill.”

Boston ARC The SPARC, April 2004

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Boxboro: Call For Speakers and Participants

Boxboro logoKen Caruso, WO1N writes:

This is a call for speakers and participants willing to contribute to the 2004 ARRL New England Division Convention program.

Note the new dates for the convention this year: August 13, 14 and 15, 2004.

We have some 50+ hours of programming slots to fill. Please drop me a note indicating your willingness to participate. At this point a subject title is fine, if you are so prepared include a brief abstract.

If you are a club or organization (e.g. NESMC, CEMARC, MARS) we can help facilitate open forums or closed meetings by providing you a meeting room. I am asking organizations of this type to please consider Sunday morning time slots.

As always table slots for information booths are tight, so please get your request in early. We will be expecting some volunteer time in return for the table to help us with parking, ticket sales and other convention logistics.

Keep an eye on the web site, http://www.boxboro.org, for the latest information.

Note, if you require a hotel room, make your reservations ASAP per the instructions contained on the web site to get the special convention rate.

I look forward to meeting you at the convention!

Ken Caruso, WO1N, Boxboro Program Chairman
WO1N@ARRL.NET
978-952-5377 (Days)
978-663-3027 (Evenings)

Billerica ARS Newsletter, April 2004

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DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY

DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
1125 AM EST FRI APR 02 2004

…WIDESPREAD MINOR TO LOCALLY MODERATE FLOODING WILL CONTINUE ON
PORTIONS OF THE CONNECTICUT RIVER AND THROUGHOUT MUCH OF THE
MERRIMACK RIVER VALLEY INTO THE WEEKEND…

FOUR TO EIGHT INCHES OF RAIN IN THE PAST 36 HOURS AS PRODUCED
WIDESPREAD MINOR TO MODERATE FLOODING THORUGHOUT THE MERRIMACK VALLEY
AS WELL AS ALONG THE MAINSTEM CONNECTICUT RIVER. MOST RIVERS WILL
CREST THIS AFTERNOON OR TONIGHT…BUT THE MAINSTEM MERRIMACK AS WELL
AS THE SHAWSHEEN AND NASHUA RIVERS MAY NOT CREST UNTIL MIDDAY
SATURDAY.

THE LARGE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE HEAVY RAINS IS
DRIFITNG SLOWLY EAST OVER THE MID ATLANTIC. CLOUDY AND DAMP
CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY. THEN AS THE STORM FINALLY
LIFTS OUT TO THE EAST…A PERIOD OF SNOW IS QUITE POSSIBLE LATE
SUNDAY INTO EARLY MONDAY.

THESE FORECASTS INCLUDE 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION FOR THE PERIOD ENDING
AT 7 AM TODAY…AND FORECAST PRECIPITATION THROUGH 7 AM TOMORROW.:STATION FLOOD 7 AM 24-HR FORECASTS
:ID NAME STAGE STAGE CHANGE 7 AM 1 PM 7 PM 7 AM
: FRI SAT SAT SAT SUN
:
:CONNECTICUT RIVER
WLPN3:NORTH WALPOLE 28.0: 18.3/: 2.2: 18.3/ 18.1/ 17.8/ 17.7/
MNTM3:MONTAGUE 28.0: 29.3/: 8.5: 27.4/ 26.2/ 24.9/ 23.0/
NHMM3:NORTHAMPTON 112.0:113.2/: 5.6: 112.8/ 112.0/ 111.3/ 109.7/
HLUM3:HOLYOKE DAM 9.0: M/: M: 8.0/ 7.6/ 7.1/ 6.4/
HLYM3:HOLYOKE 26.5: 23.6/: 5.7: 24.5/ 23.4/ 22.3/ 20.4/
SPGM3:SPRINGFIELD 20.0: 14.0/: 4.5: 15.2/ 14.7/ 14.0/ 12.2/
TMVC3:THOMPSONVILLE 5.0: 5.0/: 2.4: 6.0/ 5.7/ 5.3/ 4.3/
HFDC3:HARTFORD 16.0: 16.1/: 4.2: 20.0/ 20.1/ 19.9/ 18.9/
MDDC3:MIDDLETOWN 8.0: 7.7/: 2.0: 11.4/ 11.8/ 11.9/ 11.5/
:
:CHICOPEE RIVER
INDM3:INDIAN ORCHARD 12.0: 7.7/: 0.8: 7.3/ 7.2/ 7.0/ 6.6/
:
:WESTFIELD RIVER
WSFM3:WESTFIELD 13.0: 10.0/: 1.6: 6.7/ 6.4/ 6.2/ 6.2/
:
:FARMINGTON RIVER
UNVC3:UNIONVILLE 12.0: 8.5/: 1.1: 6.7/ 6.3/ 6.0/ 5.7/
SIMC3:SIMSBURY 12.0: 9.6/: 2.9: 9.2/ 8.7/ 7.9/ 6.4/
TARC3:TARIFFVILLE 9.0: 5.7/: 1.4: 5.3/ 5.0/ 4.5/ 3.6/
:
:SHETUCKET RIVER
WLMC3:WILLIMANTIC 13.0: 8.1/: 1.9: 6.1/ 5.7/ 5.3/ 4.7/
:
:BLACKSTONE RIVER
NBRM3:NORTHBRIDGE 9.0: 8.1/: 1.8: 5.9/ 5.5/ 5.2/ 4.6/
WOOR1:WOONSOCKET 9.0: 7.4/: 2.6: 6.3/ 5.8/ 5.3/ 4.6/
:
:CHARLES RIVER
DOVM3:DOVER 5.0: 3.8/: 1.5: 4.4/ 4.4/ 4.4/ 4.1/
:
:NEPONSET RIVER
NRWM3:NORWOOD 9.0: 8.3/: 1.2: 7.9/ 7.8/ 7.7/ 7.4/
:
:PAWTUXET RIVER
CRAR1:CRANSTON 9.0: 8.8/: 2.6: 8.5/ 8.2/ 7.9/ 6.8/
:
:MERRIMACK RIVER
GOFN3:GOFFS FALLS 11.0: 9.9/: 3.0: 10.9/ 10.7/ 10.5/ 10.2/
NSHN3:NASHUA 18.0: M/: M: 17.9/ 17.4/ 16.9/ 15.3/
LOWM3:LOWELL 52.0: 50.2/: 4.2: 53.2/ 52.8/ 52.4/ 51.7/
LWMM3:LAWRENCE 20.0: M/: M: 21.4/ 20.9/ 20.3/ 17.9/
HAVM3:HAVERHILL 15.0: M/: M: 15.1/ 14.7/ 14.2/ 13.3/
:
:CONTOOCOOK RIVER
PTRN3:PETERBOROUGH 5.5: 5.9/: 2.4: 4.7/ 4.5/ 4.3/ 4.0/
:
:PISCATAQUOG RIVER
GFFN3:GOFFSTOWN 9.0: 10.3/: 4.1: 7.4/ 7.3/ 7.1/ 6.8/
:
:SOUHEGAN RIVER
SOHN3:MERRIMACK 9.0: 7.6/: 2.8: 7.5/ 6.9/ 6.7/ 6.1/
:
:NASHUA RIVER
DNSM3:EAST PEPPERELL 8.0: 7.4/: 3.7: 9.8/ 9.0/ 8.2/ 6.9/
:
:SQUANNACOOK RIVER
WGTM3:WEST GROTON 7.0: 7.7/: 3.9: 5.2/ 5.0/ 4.8/ 4.5/
:
:NORTH NASHUA RIVER
FBGM3:FITCHBURG 6.5: 7.2/: 2.2: 5.6/ 5.4/ 5.2/ 4.9/
:
:CONCORD RIVER
LCNM3:LOWELL 8.0: 7.1/: 1.1: 7.4/ 7.4/ 7.5/ 7.5/
:
:SUDBURY RIVER
SAXM3:SAXONVILLE 10.0: 10.4/: 2.8: 10.4/ 10.3/ 10.2/ 9.9/
:
:ASSABET RIVER
MAYM3:MAYNARD 5.0: 5.6/: 2.1: 5.8/ 5.7/ 5.6/ 5.2/
:
:SHAWSHEEN RIVER
WLMM3:WILMINGTON 7.0: 8.1/: 4.7: 8.7/ 8.5/ 8.0/ 7.2/
.END

UNAVAILABLE OBSERVED OR FORECAST STAGES ARE INDICATED BY “M”. DURING
PERIODS OF LOW FLOW…FORECASTS WILL VARY DUE TO TIDAL VARIATIONS
AND POWER GENERATION.

OBSERVED RIVER STAGES ARE COURTESY OF THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY…
NEW ENGLAND DIVISION OF THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS…AS WELL AS
OTHER COOPERATING AGENCIES.

DURING FLOOD EPISODES…CREST FORECAST UPDATES CAN BE OBTAINED IN
RIVER FLOOD WARNINGS /BOSFLWBOX/ AND RIVER FLOOD STATEMENTS
/BOSFLSBOX/. THESE PRODUCTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR HOMEPAGE AT
WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/ER/BOX.

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SKYWARN Self-Activate (expired)

SKYWARN Logo Hello to all…

Please self-activate SKYWARN for rainfall totals, urban flooding enough to get cars stuck in roadways as well as rivers and streams near bankful or in flood. A Flood Warning has been issued until 2:30 PM Friday for all of Eastern
Massachusetts and RI except for Cape Cod and the Islands.

Below is the Flood Warning Statement:WGUS41 KBOX 011927
FLWBOX
MAC005-009-017-021-023-025-RIC001-003-005-007-009-020315-

BULLETIN – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
FLOOD WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
225 PM EST THU APR 1 2004

…THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A FLOOD
WARNING…IN
EFFECT UNTIL 2:30 PM EST FRIDAY…

THIS FLOOD WARNING INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES…

IN MASSACHUSETTS
SUFFOLK…ESSEX…MIDDLESEX AND NORFOLK

IN RHODE ISLAND
WASHINGTON…BRISTOL…NEWPORT…KENT AND PROVIDENCE

IN MASSACHUSETTS
PLYMOUTH AND BRISTOL

A LARGE SLOW MOVING STORM SYSTEM OVER THE MID ATLANTIC WILL
CONTINUE TO SEND BANDS OF HEAVY RAIN ACROSS RHODE ISLAND AND
EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS THROUGH MUCH OF TONIGHT. ONE TO OVER 3
INCHES HAS ALREADY FALLEN AND AN ADDITIONAL 1 TO 2 INCHES IS
EXPECTED BY FRIDAY MORNING.

WEATHER SERVICE RADAR INDICATES ONE EXTENSIVE AREA OF HEAVY
RAIN AFFECTING THE LOWER MERRIMACK VALLEY. THIS WILL WORK
SLOWLY NORTHEAST THIS EVENING. ANOTHER EXPANDING AREA OF
HEAVY RAINFALL FORMING JUST OFFSHORE WILL LIFT NORTHWARD AND
AFFECT THE WARNING AREA TONIGHT AND EARLY FRIDAY.

HEAVY RAINFALL WILL RESULT IN WIDESPREAD URBAN AND POOR
DRAINAGE FLOODING LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. THE
COMBINATION OF RUNOFF FROM LAST NIGHTS RAINFALL AND THE
ADDITIONAL RAIN TONIGHT WILL RESULT IN MINOR FLOODING OF
SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS AS THE NIGHT PROGRESSES. SOME OF THE
SLOWER RESPONDING RIVERS AND STREAMS WILL HAVE A MORE DELAYED
RESPONSE WITH MINOR FLOODING MATERIALIZING TOWARD DAYBREAK
FRIDAY.

A FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING.
IF YOU ARE IN A FLOOD PRONE LOCATION BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO
HIGHER GROUND.

NEVER ATTEMPT TO CROSS BRIDGES OR ROADS WHERE WATER COVERS THE
ROADWAY. IT ONLY TAKES A FOOT OR TWO OF WATER TO WASH MOST
CARS AWAY. KNOW SOME ALTERNATE ROUTES BEFORE YOU START
TRAVELING IN CASE ROADS HAVE BEEN FLOODED AND CLOSED.

$$

DRV

73,Rob-KD1CY.
ARES SKYWARN Cooordinator for NWS Taunton

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KY1N List of Amateur Radio Exams, April 1, 2004

                         The KY1N Memorial List
Scheduled Amateur Radio Volunteer Examinations - CT MA ME NH RI VT
4/01/04
Jim, WW1Y, Editor
Date Time Contact Location Phone
04/03/04 09:00 Bill Sullivan, K1AG Bangor ME 207-947-4051
04/03/04 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
04/04/04 16:00 Lawrence Bartlett, K1DPD Belfast ME 207-525-3226
04/04/04 09:00 Richard Williamson, WA1YQE Milford CT 203-877-5020
04/07/04 18:30 *Richard Christopher, N1LT Laconia NH 603-524-6567
04/08/04 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
04/08/04 19:00 Kevin Cellini, N1KGM Trumbull CT 203-268-5015
04/09/04 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
04/10/04 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
04/10/04 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
04/10/04 12:00 Daniel Miller, K3UFG Newington CT 860-206-3379
04/10/04 09:00 Bob Jones, WB1P Pawtucket RI 401-333-4787
04/11/04 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
04/12/04 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
04/13/04 19:00 Lawrence Polowy, KU1L Thomaston CT 860-283-4089
04/14/04 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
04/15/04 19:30 Richard Cantin, AA1TI Norwood MA 508-339-1089
04/15/04 18:30 John Ruggiero, N2YHK Worcester MA 508-982-0617
04/17/04 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
04/17/04 10:00 Bruce Howes, W1UJR So. Portland ME 207-828-0248
04/17/04 09:00 Bryce Rumery, K1GAX South Portland ME 207-799-1116
04/19/04 19:00 Richard Strycharz Jr, KD1XP Amherst MA 413-665-2211
04/19/04 19:00 Arthur Denault, KB1CNB Fall River MA 774-644-3469
04/20/04 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
04/20/04 18:30 Wilburn A Scott, WA1YNZ Presque Isle ME 207-455-8333 04/21/04 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
04/21/04 19:00 Robert E Moreland, KA1ZMF Milford CT 203-933-9587
04/23/04 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
04/24/04 09:00 William D Wilson, K1IN Bloomfield CT 860-683-4099
04/24/04 12:00 +Neil Henden, AA1OA Danvers MA 978-777-1608
04/24/04 09:00 Jack P Garforth, N1JK Middletown RI 401-683-2250
04/24/04 09:00 Norm Smith, NY1B Rockland ME 207-354-6853
04/27/04 18:30 John Ruggiero, N2YHK Worcester MA 508-982-0617
04/28/04 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535
05/01/04 10:30 Larry Houbre, AA1FS Dartmouth MA 508-991-6055
05/01/04 09:00 Bill Studley, AA1OC Hopkinton NH 603-424-2857
05/02/04 09:00 Richard Williamson, WA1YQE Milford CT 203-877-5020
05/08/04 10:00 Wes Clement, N1WC Bath ME 207-729-8563
05/08/04 08:45 William J Needham, K1WN Braintree MA 781-843-4400
05/08/04 09:00 Joanne Reid, N1LNE Falmouth MA 508-548-1121
05/08/04 12:00 Daniel Miller, K3UFG Newington CT 860-206-3379
05/08/04 09:30 Marvin Fleischman, N1AWJ Stamford CT 203-438-7889
05/09/04 12:00 Bob Quinn, WV1A Gloucester MA 978-283-4660
05/10/04 19:00 Mike Ardai, N1IST Brookline MA 781-321-7939
05/11/04 19:00 Lawrence Polowy, KU1L Thomaston CT 860-283-4089
05/12/04 19:30 Bruce Anderson, W1LUS Chelmsford MA 978-851-2886
05/13/04 19:00 Judy Nelson, KC1RI Providence RI 401-231-9156
05/13/04 19:00 Kevin Cellini, N1KGM Trumbull CT 203-268-5015
05/14/04 18:30 Ralph T Stetson III, KD1R Burlington VT 802-878-6454
05/14/04 18:30 Albert Noble, AA1CZ Saco ME 207-642-8830
05/15/04 09:30 Lawrence Polowy, KU1L Goshen CT 860-283-4089
05/15/04 09:00 Bill Wade, K1IJ Marlborough MA 617-699-3670
05/15/04 09:00 Bruce Howes, W1UJR So. Portland ME 207-828-0248
05/15/04 09:00 Bryce Rumery, K1GAX South Portland ME 207-799-1116
05/17/04 19:00 Arthur Denault, KB1CNB Fall River MA 774-644-3469
05/18/04 19:00 Paul Lux, K1PL Middletown CT 860-635-1742
05/19/04 17:30 Donald R Smith, AE1Q Augusta ME 207-495-3891
05/19/04 19:30 Nick Altenbernd, KA1MQX Cambridge MA 617-253-3776
05/19/04 19:00 Robert E Moreland, KA1ZMF Milford CT 203-933-9587
05/20/04 19:30 Richard Cantin, AA1TI Norwood MA 508-339-1089
05/22/04 09:00 Bob Jones, WB1P Slatersville RI 401-333-4787
05/25/04 19:00 Walton G Congdon, W1ZPB Northfield MA 413-498-2729
05/26/04 19:00 *Paul Upham, KD1YH Shirley MA 978-597-6535
05/28/04 18:00 David Cote, WA1DC Holyoke MA 413-592-4978
05/29/04 09:00 William D Wilson, K1IN Bloomfield CT 860-683-4099

NOTES:
* = PREREGISTRATION MANDATORY
+ = PLEASE CALL TO GAURANTEE SEATING
T = Technician Exams only
Times are Local Time
Please check with the contact person as some dates are tentative!
For the latest examination information, check
http://www.ky1n.net/ky1n.html.
If attending a session please remember to bring:
1) One photo ID, or two non-photo ID's (one with address)
2) Original FCC-issued license plus a photocopy (if already licensed)
3) Original plus photocopies of all CSCE's you are claiming
4) The 2004 test session fee of $12.00
All VE Teams are invited to contribute.
For additions/corrections contact Jim Heedles, WW1Y, 603-672-4035,
via email at ky1n@ky1n.net

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