.: About ARRL Kid's Day
Kid's Day is an
on-air event to encourage young people (licensed or not) to have fun with
Amateur Radio. It is designed to give on-the-air experience to youngsters and
hopefully foster interest in getting a license of their own. It is also intended
to give hams a chance to share their station and love for Amateur Radio
with children of all ages. More information on ARRL Kid's Day can be found by
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ARRL Kid's Day 2017
I'd like to thank everyone involved for making our 2017
Kids Day event a huge success. The four young operators made a total of 355
contacts, including 12 DXCC countries and 8 contacts on 10 meters. That's the
most contacts ever made from here during a Kids Day. Epiphany and Kailey
really cranked out the contacts!!! Great job girls!!!
Perhaps having all of
North America in a "deep chill" kept people indoors and on the radio. I'm
certain it would keep me indoors!!! Again, thanks for another fun Kids Day!!!
Thanks & Aloha,