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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!
Here are some of their reasons for joining the SKCC.

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22470 - AD5WQ - Max - Willis - TX
To help me develop better CW skills.

22471 - KF4CGQ - Maureen - Karnes City - TX
For the fun and to improve my code.

22472 - KF4CGP - Rick - Karnes City - TX
To learn code.

22473 - KA0USE - RODNEY - KILGORE - TX
you can blame dave casler.
i don't have a key. do you still have club keys?

22474 - KI7ZWV - Eric - Burien - WA
No comment provided by member

22475 - LW2DHD - Javi - PINAMAR - ARG
A pesar de comenzar de grande a practicar CW, se puede decir que es mi modo predilecto. Estoy comenzando este largo aprendizaje. Por eso les agradezco a los viejos telegrafista la dosis de paciencia que le ponen a cada comunicado.. TNX, 73 y GL!!!

22476 - AF6PM - Nick - Post Falls - ID
Practice and improve my CW operating skills

22477 - 2E0KXX - Harry - London - ENG
I am learning Morse and CW operation and would like to know others in the field.

22478 - KN6EZE - Mike - Rancho Cucamonga - CA
No comment provided by member

22479 - M7DHM - Roy - Devizes - ENG
No comment provided by member

22480 - ON3MK - Mor - Zele - BEL
CW on the radio is my live

22481 - KD2QOJ - Bill - Malta - NY
In the process of learning morse code. We be ready to get on the airwaves soon (I hope). I would like to use your beginners section and be active in the club.

22482 - NR7N - Lance - SCOTTSDALE - AZ
going back to a basic station with a 50w cw transmitter and straight key. Worked a number of stations with SKC numbers.

22483 - N7EWS - Ed - Vail - AZ
Currently learning CW and having a lot of fun with it. Hoping to use SKCC as a good way to practice while expanding my contact list.

22484 - K1MPM - Pete - Freeport - ME
Ham lifelong CW op

22485 - KO0BS - Bob - Longmont - CO
Just started learning CW. Only Elmer I have used is manuals and Youtube videos. Viewed a video on SKCC presented by Cliff N4CCB. Dont own a key yet...no rush until I get up to speed on copying cw.

22486 - AA2AY - Mike - Pittsford - NY
I nwant to get back into CW, as I have always enjoyed it

22487 - N5WRO - Steve - Saucier - MS
I enjoy doing Morse Code the old fashioned way.

22488 - K5FGH - Frank - Vardaman - MS
To better learn how to send with a straight key and network with other hams that have the same interest and desire.

22489 - KN4DLS - Craig - Gainsville - GA
Have completed 2 levels of CWops Academy courses and am now looking to add straight key to my skill-set.

22490 - KG5DNF - John - Benton - AR
New yo CW, very slow. Want to keep the traditions of ham radio alive and promote the use of CW.

22491 - KN4VMX - Chuck - Marietta - GA
Other members of my radio club are members. They recommend that I join, and say it's a great community.

22492 - KG4OAP - Jim - Leesburg - VA
Tried for years to get proficient at CW. Hoping this helps.

22493 - HJ6RMM - CESAR - MANIZALES - COL
FOR 4 YEARS I HAVE BEEN LEARNING CW, I AM NOT VERY GOOD BUT IT IS MY PASSION, AND I HOPE TO LEARN MUCH MORE AND MAKE MANY QSO AS IS DUE, WITH VERTICAL KEY

22494 - W4WVW - MIKE - BAREFOOT BAY - FL
I just bought my first SK in decades and I'm looking for casual CW fun with like minded hams.

22495 - W2SCL - Scott - Farmington - NY
Just learning CW and looking for hams with a similar interest in CW. My father (K2RBL) is also a member and recommend the club.

22496 - W3GZS - David - Peachtree Corners - GA
There are so many SKCCs I hear and I'd like to exchange my SKCC with them. Also, Jim W4QO recommended joining.

22497 - NB7C - Carl - Payette - ID
Working on getting myself back into CW by immersing myself into the society of CW operators

22498 - N8NDJ - Joe - Macomb - MI
Want to learn CW / become proficient at CW. Plus I hear you guys on the bands.

22499 - KJ7OBT - Robert - Laurel - MT
To learn more about the craft.

22500 - KB3JIN - Chuck - Newtown - PA
New to ham radio, though I've had my tech ticket for years and never used it. Just started learning the code. Interested in the most "low-tech" use of ham radio.

22501 - PU2OZT - Oliver - Sao Paulo - BRA
Willing to be much more active, Straight Key or Bug, exclusively.

22502 - SO9U - Peter - Andrychow - POL
I love CW and i love straight keys. I have my own modded german type straight key that I use all the time. Many times saw the SKCC number but never knew what it really was. Now i know :)

22503 - AB6J - Nick - Camarillo - CA
I love CW and I want to be part of a great group of CW folks.

22504 - W9CID - Jeff - Olympia - WA
Wish to keep up my CW code

22505 - AE7WY - Brian - Clark - WY
I am just starting in CW and have been referred to your club as another source.

22506 - N6PHP - Robin - Santa Rosa - CA
I love CW. I hear others with skcc numbers and I'd like to join in on the fun!

22507 - 4I1EAY - Taguro - Marikina - PHI
Interested to learn more about morse code and sK

22508 - DU7SJF - Dan - Valencia - PHI
Due to my interest in CW and improving my speed

22509 - KJ7ATK - Ken - Gig Harbor - WA
Get better at manual.keying

22510 - W3EVE - Steve - Wrentham - MA
I was good at code many years ago and now that I am retired I want to get back. I have a bug my dad gave me when I got my license and I would like to get back to using it.

22511 - DL3TM - Toby - Fulda - GER
meet fellow hams =)

22512 - ZS6ZA - Ed - Johannesburg - RSA
I love Morse Code

22513 - G4SJY - JD - Bishop Auckland - ENG
To continue to promote the use of CW and assist new Radio Amateurs in learning and using CW

22514 - OZ9ADD - Henrik - Copenhagen - DEN
I like cw using a straight key very much.