N1DMR Honored by Framingham ARA

The Framingham Amateur Radio Association honored Delaney Ringer, N1DMR, for her numerous accomplishments at its recent June meeting. 

Delaney obtained her Technician class amateur radio license at age 9. She achieved numerous academic honors including in Environmental Science, various math courses, Chemistry, Computer Programming, and Biology. She achieved High Honor Role and is a member of the National Honor Society. She also demonstrated excellence in the Humanities including Honors in English and History, and rewrote and produced Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” for the Learning Center for the Deaf Marie Phillip Walden School.  She recently collected data in Costa Rica on the sea turtle population. She participated in Varsity Volleyball, Track and Field and Cheerleading.

Delaney’s unique challenges and her combination of science, humanities, sports, and environmental accomplishments are hereby recognized by the Framingham Amateur Radio Association.


FARA recognition award for N1DMR
FARA recognition award for Delaney Ringer, N1DMR
FARA members gathered for Delaney Ringer presentation at FARA meeting
From left to right: Sumner Weisman, W1VIV FARA Director; Dan Ringer, AE1DR, Volunteer Examiner, and father of N1DMR; John Iwuc, KB1VXY, FARA President; award recipient Delaney Ringer, N1DMR; Bob Bosaz, KC1OXG; Larry Griffin, KB1GMU; Martin Bayes, AA1ON; Andy Boughton, KC1DMM, technical advisor; Bruce Rusch, W1HNZ; Steve Moro, N1MH, FARA Treasurer and Webmaster

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