[OhQP-mail] OhQP Coverage Update
wo4o at home-sweet-loans.com
Wed Aug 18 13:00:05 EDT 2010
Its highly doubtful youll interest any fixed ARS owner/operator in Clark
County to participate in the OHQP for a couple reasons but mainly (I was
told) because the OHQP coincides with a Clark countywide emergency drill in
which, apparently, the most active hams are participating.
I contacted 22 Clark County ARS owners (several whom Ive known for decades)
and offered to invest my resources to travel from TN to operate any fixed
ARS in Clark County fulltime in the OHQP and, as of this email, no takers.
So, good luck with activating Clark County part/fulltime (where I began as a
Novice WN8CVW - in 1969). However, thats not to say somebody wont buy
into the idea at the last moment. Fingers crossed.
73, RiC wo4o
From: ohqp-mail-bounces at ohqp.org [mailto:ohqp-mail-bounces at ohqp.org]On
Behalf Of Kenneth Silverman
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2010 6:30 AM
To: Ohio QSO; MRRC Reflector
Subject: [OhQP-mail] OhQP Coverage Update
We've made great strides on getting all the counties covered over the past
few days but we're not there yet - keep them coming! With only 10 days
before the BIG event, we're still looking for additional coverage in all
counties. But here's where additional activity would make a big impact:
No coverage claimed in:
County is only covered by a single mobile/rover. Looking part/full time
fixed station coverage or a 2nd mobile.
Covered only by mobiles (2 or 3) - looking for part/full time fixed station
73, Kenny K2KW
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