Eric Williams, KV1J writes on the Yankee Clipper Contest Club reflector: Next weekend we have a QSL Bureau booth at the Boxboro show. Our booth will be next to the ARRL booth. You can fund your Bureau account or get answers to your questions about the Bureau. We will be accepting cards for the ARRL Outgoing Bureau at the booth. Please see the instructions on the ARRL web for sending your cards and the fee structures There is also a simple form to submit with your cards. See http://www.arrl.org/files/file/QSL/Submission%20Form%202017-02-24.pdf . We are just collecting the cards for the ARRL so please …Read More
Eric Williams, KV1J, writes on the Algonquin ARC mailing list: The Algonquin Club will be holding a QSL card sorting session on Thursday August 9th, 7:30 PM at the Marlborough Fire Station. We will be in the classroom/EOC where we hold Field Day. The Bureau receives QSL cards from DXers all over the world, sort them and then send them to the New England area hams. We processed about 100,000 QSL cards each year. To do this, we are grateful for the team of over 40 volunteers and several area clubs that help make this happen. Our Algonquin club is one of the …Read More
Stan Pozerski, KD1LE writes:
[The Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club] is inviting local Amateur Radio clubs to participate in our QSL Card Sort for the W1 Incoming QSL Bureau. It will be held at our October meeting on Thursday, October 21st. We will be sorting between 18-20,000 incoming QSL cards. Pizza and soft drinks will be served after the sort.
Our meetings start at 7:30 or a bit earlier if we can get in at the Pepperell Community Center, which is at the rotary junction of Route 111 and Route 113 in Pepperell.
See the club Web site for more information at http://www.n1nc.org.Read More