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New SKCC Members!

Please welcome the following new members of the SKCC family. Watch for them on the air and help them get started on their first SKCC QSO's!

Read below, some of their reasons for joining the SKCC.

73 de Andy, K0AF SKCC #22366S

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28827 - DO1TSW - Tom - Wuppertal - GER
German E class

QRS learning CW

28828 - K4WRH - Bob - Tobaccoville - NC
Extra - Currently learning CW with LICW, and think SKCC would be very helpful in the learning process, as well as providing lots of fun.

28829 - UR5FCQ - MIKE - Odessa - UKR
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28830 - AB9CC - Boaty - Fort Wayne - IN
Extra Class License Getting ready to learn CW and have Cootie ordered for practice. Would like to use your site to aid in learning. Thanks you.

28831 - N8VXR - Josh - Athens - OH
General, looking to get into CW and working with straight keys.

28832 - KJ5FIF - James - Spring Branch - TX
Amateur Extra
I can only hope SKCC is right for me. I'm a member of LICW and heard part of a presentation from Ron Bower AC2C
Thought Id get plugged in and continue my CW Journey. Thx

28833 - AD9EG - Paul - Fishers - IN
Extra. Learning CW.

28834 - 9V1AD - Chuck - Singapore - SIN
General Class. I am still learning cw, most CW operators in SEA are pretty proficient and I cant catch up to most of the conversations. My straight key is also belongs to my grandfather who is a teller at a shipping company.

28835 - KK4RF - Marty - SUFFOLK - VA
Amateur Extra Class, I do use straight key for CW, often do use paddle and keyer, but agree to use straight key for SKCC events/qsos.

28836 - VE3EIC - Rick - Sarnia - ON
Basic with Honors

As someone new to Morse code I picked up the book "The CW Way of Life" by Chris Rutkowski which took me down the path of the straight key. I bought a Navy flameproof key recently and have been having fun getting familiar with CW. I think SKCC would be right for me because I have an interest in getting more proficient with straight key sending and have heard great things about the SKCC community.

28837 - KN6RVS - Zaeden - Lompoc - CA
Currently General class. I believe that the SKCC is right for me because I prefer the old fashioned analog aspect of amateur radio. While I am not yet good enough to copy for a contact, I fully intend to learn and to use this club's events and resources to further myself in my CW operation.

28838 - ZS6DI - Brandt - Roodepoort - RSA
South African license class A. I am a new South African deafblind and physically disabled ham that has fallen in love with CW. I prefer the slowwer, more relaxing speeds of straight keying.

28839 - KE3SB - Rick - Lancaster - PA
Advanced license. I want to become a better straight key operator.

28840 - F5AFQ - Fred - Bordeaux - FRA
Class 1 CEPT/HAREC: A
The SKCC will allow me to be with other telegraphist brothers who share the love of the cw. The CW must remain a foundation to be an amateur radio. CW lovers unite against the digi who kill the radio.
73
Fred
F5AFQ

28841 - N6IRN - Sepehr - Irvine - CA
AE
I like your QSO style!