The Rare Ones of New Orleans recently met for a casual luncheon and business social. Everyone attended to celebrate the contributions to the Rare Ones from Dale, Harry and LJ upon their resignations. Friendship and Camaraderie were in order and all enjoyed a wonderful lunch at the Common Grounds Coffeehouse and Cafe.
Stay tuned for the reveal of new members of the Rare Ones of New Orleans.
On July 15th, Harry Rees -W5IR and John Garafola – W5FLY resigned, in good standing, from the Rare Ones of New Orleans. Additionally, Dale Budenski – K5NQ has resigned, in good standing, from the Rare Ones of New Orleans effective August 8th.
Resurrecting the Rare Ones of New Orleans as the 3rd Generation has been quite an experience. From the nightly QSO’s to the most recent Special Event Activity Celebrating the 300 year anniversary of the founding of the City of New Orleans, the Rare Ones of New Orleans achieved it’s primary mission to promote the City of New Orleans, the Audubon Zoo, and gentlemen like conduct on the Amateur Radio HF Bands. We wish Harry, John and Dale all the best in their future endeavors.
In the following weeks, the Rare Ones of New Orleans will announce new members so stay tuned and enjoy your favorite New Orleans cocktail!
The Rare One’s of New Orleans thank all the participant in our recent Special Event Activity celebrating the 300 Anniversary of the Founding of the City of New Orleans. The participating Rare One’s had a great time and look forward to do more special event activities in the future.
We are in the process of receiving and processing the incoming log sheets. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks to receive your commemorative QSL Card.
Members of the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans will be operating on 7260, 14260, 21300, 28420 using their home calls from 1400 UTC, 14-July-2018 to 2000 UTC, 15-July-2018. N3O will be operating FT8 only on 40 and 20 meters 14-July-2018 1400 UTC to 2300 UTC. A special QSL card will be issued if you contact any of the Rare Ones using any mode. If you work eight of the Rare Ones, you will receive a certificate also. Please QSL through the website’s log sheet only. Only the Official Log Sheet will be accepted as a confirmation of contact along with a SASE to accommodate a standard size QSL card. The log sheet is a pdf file and can be downloaded by clicking here.
The above listed frequencies are primary frequencies only as the nine Rare Ones could be anywhere, any mode on the four bands listed above. One contact with any Rare One earns the commemorative QSL card. Contact eight of the nine Rare Ones qualifies for a unique Rare Ones Associate Number accompanied by a certificate.
The “Rare Ones” of New Orleans are proud to announce a new Associate Member Award! Effective today, any existing Rare One Associate Member can apply to be a “Clean Sweeper Associate” by submitting the standard log sheet indicating established contact with all nine of the “Rare Ones”. A new log sheet must be submitted. Any new member submitting their log sheet with nine “Rare Ones” confirmed will automatically receive both certificates!
Good luck with becoming a “Clean Sweeper Associate”.
Terry, ke8cva, has received a certificate from the “Rare One’s of New Orleans” as Associate Member #117. Terry has a great station and is a proud supporter of the “Rare One’s of New Orleans”. Congratulations Terry!
The “Rare Ones” of New Orleans congratulates Seth Angel – wd8orb from New Philadelphia, Ohio on becoming the 107th Associate Member.
As you see from Seth’s station photo, he is an avid amateur radio enthusiast who has already earned other certificates. He supports the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans with regular QSO’s with his good friends in New Orleans.
Congratulations again from the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans.