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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.

73 de Randy N8KQ SKCC #8934S


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21324 - KD7GKL - Kevin - Baker City - OR
just gettin back into radio after 20 years and gettin back into cw. needless to say i are rusty...lol

21325 - OE7XWI - Various - Mayrhofen - AUT
Just love Morsecode
vy 73

21326 - KI5CUX - Al - Los Lunas - NM
The code requirement kept me from becoming a ham in the late 70's. Now that it is no longer a requirement and I have my Amateur Extra it is time for me to learn and use code.

21327 - KN4YDZ - Noah - Knoxville - TN
Excited to be working CW as a new ham and am proud to be working using a Vibroplex key I inherited.

21328 - KM6NHH - Marc - Ukiah - CA
I am interested in becoming more involved in learning and using morse code and CW. I would also like to acquire a straight key as I have started out with a 3D-printed key. Thank you.

21329 - NQ2B - Carl - Brentwood - TN
I want to become more proficient in the skillful, ORIGINAL digital mode.

21330 - KB3USG - Paul - Chicago - IL
I am trying to learn Morse code with my QCX and this seems like the organization to join!

21331 - VE7OU - Dave - Sooke - BC
tomorrow contest

21332 - N1MHV - Bob - Cumming - GA
Getting back to my roots in CW operations which kicked me off into HAM Radio

21333 - EA7AFM - Peter - Cadiz - ESP
I have been using paddles for years and recently I am starting with straight key, Kenpro KK-60

21334 - G0GZN - Lindy - Poole - ENG
I want to join because I love morse and want to promote it

21335 - N0PSB - Paul - Centennial - CO
To make new contacts and to learn / practice CW using straight keys.

21336 - NX9Z - Steve - Boyceville - WI
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21337 - 9W2NYK - Hayki - Kelantan - WMA
I'm interested in to learn keying from straight key

21338 - KA2YRA - Steve - Suffern - NY
To further develop my proficiency and appreciation of the magical music that is CW. Thanks. 73.

21339 - KC1MFV - Brian - CAMBRIDGE - MA
Want to learn morse code

21340 - KC5CJ - Paul - Las Vegs - NV
I've been away from ham radio for a number of years and recently got my license again. In the past I enjoyed CW on HF and want to get competent at it again. I also want to do my part to preserve CW as a viable and popular mode.

21341 - N3AXR - Chris - Lusby - MD
Just beginning to learn CW. Joined LICW club for classes

21342 - N0COT - Jim - Strasburg - CO
Entered by AC2C for me.

21343 - W7EZT - Tom - Lynnwood - WA
I enjoy morse. Want to keep track of your events. Might even try out a SK to join in.

21344 - HL3EYC - PARK - Sejong - KOR
I love the morse code(International and Korean) and cw qso, using bug telegraph key. I'm very pleased to able to be with the nice people loving the mechanical cw key.

21345 - ZL1BNB - Mike - Whanganui - NZL
CW operator since 1954, ham since 1971. Still enjoy a ragchew.

21346 - W6YAM - Ter - Fallbrook - CA
I enjoy the mechanics, simplicity, and usually slower method of straight key

21347 - W1RND - Rick - Henniker - NH
I got my novice ticket in 1982. passing the 5 wpm test and then the 13 wpm test was not that easy for me theory and regs were not a problem. I think something hard earned is appeciated more. I got my General class ticket in about 1986, but still run quite a bit of cw as one of my favorite modes using a straight key.

21348 - AC9HP - Wayne - Indianapolis - IN
Cause radar said I should

21349 - W4RAM - Al - West Palm Beach - FL
I really like the morse code, I am in the learning process; In the last month I have had a real improvement in recognition of sounds and manipulation of the key, I look for the opportunity to meet with amateur radio operators, and learn from the experience they have in telegraphy, as well as the opportunity to practice.

21350 - NC7BC - Nick - Hungry Horse - MT
It's been a long term goal of mine... so I'm sitting down to learn morse code... again. I figured it wouldn't hurt to get my SKCC number a little early. (Although currently I'll have to pickup a straight key, since all I have is this keyer on the KX3) :D