Tags: arrl , delta division , david norris , k5uz. This is just a quick bulletin as I want to wish everyone the best of the holiday season for , Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah and a very Happy New Year for Our ARRL Centennial year is coming to a close in just two weeks and it has been a blast both off and on air. The pile ups are still quite fun and I think growing as many race for that last Centennial Award level now in reach. What fun we did have and I want to thank those Delta Division members that hung in there to make the QSO at the short range. From what I am seeing in my log, we were well represented last weekend. It is so much better when the call on the other end is an old friend. TU QSO!
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A nother year come and gone, yet here we stand on the start of a new year. A lot has happened this year, some good some bad, I would like for y'all to reflect back on some and think to yourself, " what could I have done to have things better? I know I could have possibly done a few things different in some situations myself, and yet I still think of the great accomplishments that we have all made. Several of you say, " what did I do? Well for starters, you have had yet another birthday, just like our Lord and Savior who was born just a few days ago so many years ago. That is a step in itself. V ice President Report. Seems like we had a fairly good year considering.
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