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Jamboree on the Air 2012

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The 2012 patch design for the Jamboree on the Air is now available. Go to http://www.scouting.org/jota for the design and for lots of supporting information. I encourage each of you to get on the air for this event, October 20-21, or to work with your local Scout council to set up a station at a camporee or other Scouting event.

73,

Jim Wilson, K5ND
National Jamboree on the Air Organizer
K2BSA Amateur Radio Association President
American Legion Member

 

AC8AL

March 15, 2012 - 10:03pm

I will be promoting it again in my area. The Venturing Crew that I am the Committee Chair for usually would help the local club out with JOTA. This year we are going solo and will host our own event at our radio room.

Best regards,
Rich "Doc" AC8AL

sixpence

June 1, 2012 - 11:01pm

CROSSROADS OF AMERICA COUNCIL HOU KODA DISTRICT WILL BE USING THE TWIN BRIDGES LODGE IN DANVILLE AS A BASE STATION FOR THE JOTS WEEKEND. SCOUTS WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO EARN THEIR RADIO MERIT BADGE AND OTHER AWARDS.
WE WILL BE OPERATING ON ALL JOTA BANDS AND MODES FROM APX 18:00HRS SAT THRU 18:00HRS SUNDAY. LOCAL HAMS AND RADIO MERIT BADGE COUNSELORS WILL BE AVAILABLE. NOTIFICATIONS WILL BE GOING OUT TO LOCAL PAPERS, RADIO AND TV STATIONS IN LATE AUGUST WITH REPEATS WEEKLY. WE HAVE REGISTERED UNDER THE N9DVL CALL SIGN. SPENCE GIBBS ALARC #TP00387

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