HEARS/ARES Members Conduct Simulated Emergency Test
- 06 Oct
The annual Findlay Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was held on Saturday and all went smoothly. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved from the volunteers that make the entire event happen, to our excellent showing of radio amateurs that support the race with communication/logistics. Above all, we also would like to thank all of the hard working volunteers that make this event possible as well as all of the participants in the race, for without which, there would be no race.
Thank you again Findlay area hams for stepping up to the plate and volunteering to support such a worthy cause. We hope to see you all next year.
This year's seventy-fourth Annual Findlay Radio Club Hamfest is is now just a memory. We had a beautiful day this year and it showed in attendance and vendor participation alike.
On behalf of the Findlay Radio Club we would like to thank this year's Chairman, AA8KJ Dave for all of his hard work and dedication to help makes this one of the most successful events in recent memory. Additionally, we would like to thank the entire membership of the Findlay Radio Club for their hard work and dedication to the event, without which we could no longer hold a Hamfest.
Finally, and most importantly we would like to recognize and thank all of the attendees, be they shoppers or vendors, as you are the one critical element without which we would be forced to terminate the annual Hamfest that now is reaching its seventy-fifth anniversary year in 2017. So everyone in attendance, take a bow. We truly appreciate your support and participation to make our Hamfest one not to be missed each year.
If you have feedback for us on what we did right and what we could improve upon next year, please feel free to register on the forums and post your comments and feedback; that would be greatly appreciated as we look every year for new and better ways of sustaining the event for everyone involved. You can comment on the forums in this forum thread.