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Waterville Area Wireless Association WA1WA
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Promoting Amateur Radio in Central Maine
This is the historic Two Cent Bridge for pedestrians in Waterville/Winslow Maine. That crosses the Kennebec River with a span of 400 feet (122M). The opening date was in 1903. For more information
ARRL Affiliated Club
The Waterville Area Wireless Association was founded in 1957. The Club was reorganized in 1994. Today the Club has a membership of more than 20 members. Who are amateur radio operators in the Central Maine Area. WA1WA has fox hunts, special events, projects and discussions which can include various participants and monthly meetings. WA1WA also participates n ARRL Field Day each year. WA1WA’s membership is made up of a diversity of ham radio operators, from Technicians to Extra Class. The interests of club memebers include, all bands, modes and activities. The Club also offers help with installing and removing antennas. Help in answering questions for experienced and inexperienced and would be members.
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Meeting November 1, 2014 Winslow Library, Winslow, Maine
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Amateur License Exams WA1WA Winslow Library, February, April, June, August, October and December. ARC Augusta, January, March, May, July, September and November. “AMATEUR LICENSE EXAM” WEDNESDAY November 19, 2014 Sponsor: Augusta ARC Time: 5:30 PM (Walk-ins allowed) Come Early! Contact: Ron Manson, w1ssf (at) roadrunner.com Telephone: 207-332-6660 Location: 125 Court St, Augusta, ME 04330 Kennebec County Government Center