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.
Recently, George Carr, II – ka5khb sent the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans a piece of Amateur Radio History. The WA “25” award was issued to an operator who contacted 25 other amateur radio stations in the Greater New Orleans Area. George believes this may have been a prelude to the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans!
One interesting note is both George Carr, II – ka5khb, the holder of the Award and John Uhl, w5ze (wa5cst), the past President of the Greater New Orleans Amateur Radio Club are currently two Association Members of the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans. The Award was dated August 1, 1965.
John Uhl, an Associate Member of the Rare Ones’ of New Orleans, recently sent in a picture of his certificate proudly displayed in his shack. John is an avid DX’er and proud to be a part of the Rare Ones’ of New Orleans.
Congratulations once again on behalf of the “Rare Ones”,
KM4TFG, Daniel Alltop is the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans 100th Associate Member. In addition to receiving the certificate, Daniel was award with a “Rare Ones” Signature Tri-Centenial Wind Chime courtesy of Dale Budenski, K5NQ – the Noisy Quail.
Daniel states “I appreciate the chimes and being the 100th Associate Member of the Rare Ones. Totally unexpected and Thank you. It will hang in my shack until I’m a silent key.”
Once again, on behalf of the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans, congratulations to Daniel – KM4TFG