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This Month's Program: Ham Radio at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to operate an Amateur Radio station from the bottom of the world? Or why
anyone would want to live for 12 months at the windiest, coldest, driest, most isolated location in the world?
Come to the February SARA meeting to find out. New member, Steve Bonine (KAØOBI), will tell you why his lifelong ambition finally came to fruition when he stepped off a ski-equipped Navy Hercules LC-130 at the South Pole Station in late October of 1986.
We'll also have our normal pre-breakfast meeting (7:30 a.m.) at Josephs Restaurant. There, you will find good food, good conversation and friends with which to share your DX, radio or other news.
Please note the minutes from the January General Meeting have been posted. If you believe there should be any changes, please notify our Secretary Dan Lee ADØDV via email (email@example.com).
SARA President - Stillwater Amateur Radio Association