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.
73 de Randy N8KQ SKCC #8934S
20666 - DL9PR - Herm - D-82166 Graefelfing - GER
I am astonished about the SKCC progress
20667 - KC3JDJ - Jim - Levittown - PA
I am an old time Navy Radio Operator and love CW! Just got my ticket last year and want to work cw on my rig.
20668 - ZS6SR - Sean - Gauteng - RSA
I have been learning CW for about one year now and would love to promote CW in SA. I also have a beautiful straight key that I am very proud of.
20669 - JH1DWQ - Someya - Maebashi-shi, Gunma-ken - JPN
I like CW!
20670 - KB9STR - Keith - Mooresville - IN
I would like to join SKCC to learn more about Morse code and hone my coding skills.
20671 - KF8JBB - Julia - Columbus - OH
I'm a graduate of CW-Ops and avid QRPer. I own a J-37 and J-38 as homage to my grandfather's service in the U.S. Army Signal Corp during WWII. My CW work has been mostly w a paddle, but will GOTA w a straight key soon. That being said, why not join?? I love both ham radio and the community of friends I've made through this wonderful hobby. Thank you for considering me for membership – 73, Julia / KF8JBB (aka The Mom Ham)
20672 - K1VNP - RGR - MILLBURY - MA
increase contacts and improve operating after being silent from CW for 20 years.
20673 - WA3AER - Ted - Baltimore - MD
Let's see if I can remember how to use a "cootie" key and be understood. I mostly do CW with a single-lever paddle to this point. I've previously joined a few of the SKCC events just to make QSOs and hand out points to members.
20674 - KG5WUT - Angelo - Oklahoma City - OK
I am a general class licensee studying for my extra and I am totally "ignorant" about cw, but I enjoy the sound of people using it and I want to join the club of Morse code operators. Thank you!
20675 - 3B8BAN - Francois - Tombeau Bay - MRI
i am new in ham radio and would like to join the club please
20676 - ZS5AYC - Sid - Uvongo KZN South Africa - RSA
Better myself at Morse code. And meet other CW operators
20677 - ZS4MK - Marius - SENEKAL - RSA
I have a straight key and is practicing my speed
20678 - AG5PQ - Ken - Oklahoma City - OK
I've been working on getting started with morse code and this seems an excellent opportunity.
20679 - W3HMS - John - Mechanicsburg - PA
Keep CW alive.
20680 - VK7JAM - James - Hillwood - AUS
Recently gained an interest in CW and want to pursuit CW further.
20681 - DG2MCM - Wolfgang - Kempten - GER
I like to use old ham radio tools like mechanical things . I think it’s a good club for use mechanics keys and meet new OM ‘s
20682 - W4WFL - Richard - Pensacola - FL
I have been a ham since 1970 and running cw with a straight key brings back my Novice years when all we could use was cw, 75 watts and a two year license.
20683 - KK4AHJ - Jim - Utica - KY
20684 - IZ0XZD - NINO - CERVETERI - ITALY - ITA
we worked QSO on 10 Mhz today.
If you wish go on internet and see site SKCC Club
We worked QSO only CW with hand key.
You be well come.
Membership is free.
73 de YU7DZ op Zdravko.
20685 - ZS1PF - Peter - Cape Town - RSA
I used to use morse in the military 30+ years ago, recently qualified as an an amateur radio operator and am interested in QRP using morse code. Am busy re-learning to ride the bicycle on www.lcwo.net and found your club thanks to Dave Casler KE0OG.
20686 - N3WHQ - Wayne - Newportville - PA
I am learning morse code and SKCC seems like a friendly and helpful group that I would like to be associated with.
20687 - PU2XCN - FRANCISCO - PRAIA GRANDE - BRA
Para fazer novos amigos
20688 - KK6ES - Erich - Valley Springs - CA
I would like to join so I can become better at CW and get back into that mode.