From the photo archives of years past:
Club members lend a hand in 2003 erecting self-supporting 55' Rohn tower at QTH of K1BEA in Union, Maine.
Photo Credit WJ1C, Col. John Carr: (l.r.) N1HPU, Ben Benedetti; KB1HZU, Mike McCarty; K1BEA, Ken Orne;
KB1LIB, Millie Orne; N1AFV, Gordon Jameson (SK); K1SAM, Sam Godfrey; W1DAL, Dave Lawrence; WC1W, Will Chadwick (SK);
KB1LCG, Norm Meyer; W1BDL, Charlie Kigel (SK).
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Our next meeting is scheduled to be held on Saturday, July 11th, 2015,
at 11:00 AM in the Knox County EMA Office, 301 Park St., Rockland, ME. The RACES/CERT group meets
at 10:00 AM, just prior to our regular meeting.
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