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Georgia QSO Party
2015 marks the 54th consecutive (nearly) year that the Georgia QSO Party (GQP) has been challenging amateurs all over the world with the best award/plaque program in the US. IN 2014, 272 amateurs submitted logs vying for the thirty-nine award plaques that were earned.
The GQP is held in a pair of ten-hour sessions on the second full weekend in April; this year that will be April 11-12, 2015. Hopefully all 159 Georgia counties will be on the air.
Maybe operate mobile in the "rover" category:
Indian Springs Picnic
The annual GSSA/GCRC Spring Picnic will be Saturday, May 2nd at the Indian Springs State Park, picnic shelter number 4. Indian Springs is about 5 miles south of Jackson, Ga. Bring a covered dish, a lawn chair to rest on, and something for the charity auction held right after lunch....that raises funds used to help those in need, not to mention it's a lot of fun and laughs! We usually start gathering around 9 AM for visiting and fellowship, with a big throwdown lunch around 11:30 to noon. Some will be camping in the park for the weekend.
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Buzzard Roost Certificate
History: A Century of Amateur Radio and the ARRL
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