The Expo to show what we are about
The first registrations for the PR4AmateurRadio Expo in April have been received as we head rapidly towards this important event.
The WIA believes the Expo, run by its many affiliates, showcases the benefits of modern Amateur Radio and engages all ages in the community.
For the best image a display must be neat, tidy, and always safe. This is an excellent opportunity to expose the public to the many diverse positive elements of Amateur Radio and how it fits into the community.
Part of the effort should be designed to get people interested in and taking up Amateur Radio.
It helps to have Foundation Licence training and assessments ready to go after Easter giving those attending the Expo, or reading about it in the local newspaper, a chance to give us a try.
All ready for the Expo are the following:
The RadioActives in Ruffey Park, Doncaster in Melbourne's northeast.
Adelaide Hills Amateur Radio Society at Belair National Park.
And Summerland Amateur Radio Club in the Lismore New South Wales central business district.
Others have indicated they will be playing their part in the vital role of promotion during the Expo, held during April the 11th to the 13th.
Details of the PR4AmateurRadio Expo were emailed to clubs and organisations, published in Amateur Radio magazine and regularly promoted in the VK1WIA broadcast.
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