Talkin’ Ham Radio at GBC Chapter Chamber Meeting

I had a chance to serve as guest speaker at the June 20 meeting of the Gun Barrel City Chapter of the Greater Cedar Creek Lake Chamber of Commerce. The topic was ham radio, storm spotting and the Cedar Creek Lake Amateur Radio Club.

The Monitor, our local lake paper, did a nice write-up on the talk.  Only one correction from all my ramblings: the NWS has not split Henderson County into two SAME codes for weather alert purposes (although they could in the future).

Here a link to the story.

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Monitor Photo/Susan Harrison
Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Gun Barrel City chapter breakfast speaker and Henderson County Amateur Radio Emergency Services Coordinator Rich Casey (left) and member Ed Busch hold their ham radios, which are available in a variety of sizes.

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About richcasey

Retired Corporate Communications manager for a Fortune 500 defense and electronics contractor. Still obsessed with social media, computers and ham radio (callsign N5CSU).
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