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Welcome!

 

Visitation will be held on Saturday, October 23rd 2021 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Anderson-Kell-Cadieu Funeral Home (533 10th Ave, Menominee, MI 49858)

LINK -> Memorial Wall


Free Zoom General Class Starts this month!
 
A free General-class licensing course via Zoom will begin on Thursday, October 28, and continue through Thursday, January 13 -- nine sessions in all, plus 3 weeks off for the holidays in November and December. Rol Anders, K3RA, will be the instructor. Sessions will start at 6:30 PM ET (2230 UTC on October 28; 2330 UTC thereafter) and run for 3 hours. Classes are sponsored by the National Electronics Museum. To sign up, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Anders.


 


 


 

 

CALENDAR
 
November 7th FCARC SwapFest Starlite Club, W2091 JJ, Kaukauna
November 11 - Membership Meeting 7PM at inVenture
January 22, 5 PM  After Xmas Dinner at Embers in Peshtigo


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021 membership dues are payable now. Dues are $20 for individuals, and $30 for Families - Contact Mike Lemke (kd8fue) by filling out our Online Membership/Renewal

 

 


 

MEETINGS

Meetings are at inVenture North located at 1320 Main St, Marinette, WI on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7 PM.

 All are welcome to attend, especially if you are interested in becoming licensed!

KANDY NET

Sunday night at 7 PM and Wednesday night 7 PM

147.000 repeater, (107.2) +

 

 

 

K9P Card Info

 

Vistaprint, 1500 postcards = $ 82.87

Postage                        = $600.00

Carole Perry

Carole Perry - WB2MGP

WB2MGP - Carole Perry

Carole Perry worked as an executive secretary in an electronics manufacturing company, Rapidcircuit inc. for 16 years. In 1980, when the company relocated she returned to Intermediate School 72 in Staten Island, NY where she worked until her retirement in 2004, teaching "Introduction to Amateur Radio" to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders for 30 years. Carole wrote the curriculum for "Introduction to Amateur Radio" a very successful program which had 950 students a year coming through it.

Carole Perry is the recipient of the prestigious 1987 Dayton Ham of The Year Award, the 1987 ARRL Instructor of The Year Award, the 1991 Marconi Wireless Memorial Award, the 1993 QCWA President's Award, the 1996 RCA Barry Goldwater Amateur Radio Award, and the 2009 RCA President's Award, and the 2012 RCA President's Award.

Carole is an RCA Fellow, and in 2007 she was elected to the RCA Board of Directors; a position she still holds, and she created the Youth Activities Committee which she now chairs. She also created the RCA Young Achiever's Award, given to students in grade 12 and below who have demonstrated excellence and creativity in wireless communications. Fifty two youngsters have received this award along with a stipend, so far.

Under Carole's leadership, the Youth Activities Committee goes into schools across the country to set up radio/technology programs. Equipment, cash grants, books, and supplies are donated to the chosen schools or youth groups.

Carole has moderated the Dayton Hamvention Youth Forum and Instructors' Forum for 27 years. She is a member of QCWA, RCA, ARRL, DARA, (Dayton Amateur Radio Association) AWA, (Antique Wireless Association) and Brandeis Women.

Peshtigo Fire Cemetary

 

Peshtigo Fire 150th Anniversary Page

BACK Peshtigo Fire Video Peshtigo Fire Cemetary

 

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The Peshtigo Fire Cemetery is a cemetery in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. The cemetery is the burial location of the charred remains of victims of the Peshtigo Fire, of October 8, 1871, the deadliest natural fire in the history of the United States. Identified victims were buried in traditional marked graves, and over 300 unidentified victims were buried in a mass grave. The site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The memorial at the cemetery was the first official state historical marker authorized by the State Historic Society of Wisconsin.[2] The cemetery is located adjacent to the Peshtigo Fire Museum, which is a memorial museum for the fire.