The Gathering…an Irish party, on and off the airwaves.
Throughout 2013 Irish families and clans will be coming together in thousands of events, both on the island and around the globe, to celebrate their history and heritage in a unique event called ‘The Gathering’. Irish amateur radio stations, North and South, will be participating and all operators throughout the world, whether they have some green Irish blood or not, are invited to join in the celebrations.
The special event callsign EI 13 CLAN will be active throughout 2013 and there will be a variety of awards and other activities. For further information click here http://www.irts.ie/thegathering
QSL via Bureau, eQSL or direct to the QSL Manager EI6AL at the address above.
For direct QSL card please enclose an addressed envelope and $2 to cover postage. IRC are not accepted in Ireland. Direct QSL can also be requested by entering your call to Clublog where the postage is €2 paid via Paypal.
Clublog last updated 17/05/2013
WORKED EI13CLAN CERTIFICATE. A special Certificate is offered for stations that contact EI13CLAN. For every confirmed QSO with EI13CLAN you get one point for each band and mode used. For instance, 15M CW = 1 point. 15M SSB = 1 point. 10m RTTY = 1 point etc etc. No points for dupes. If you worked EI13CLAN on St Patricks Day, March 17th, you get a bonus point for each QSO made on that day. You qualify for a certificate when you have gained a minimum of 6 points. This award is also open to SWL's who submit details of QSO heard. Certificate requests should be posted to the QSL manager with full details of the bands and modes claimed and enclosing $8 (€6, £5) to cover postage. Certificates can also be claimed by clicking on the IRTS site above and paying €6 via Paypal. Any queries on log entries should be sent by email to email@example.com. A sample of the award certificate is shown below.
CLAN LIST There are many amateurs in many countries who claim Irish ancestors. To them we offer the opportunity to have your call entered to the IRTS Clan Listing. You only require one QSO with EI13CLAN to apply for an entry on the the Clan list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the QSO, plus your call, the name and relationship of your Irish ancestor and if known, the year they left Ireland and the town or county where they lived before emigrating. These details will be added to the list, which will eventually be accessable from the IRTS website. You can therefore find other amateurs with whom you may share a common Irish ancestral name.
CLAN CERTIFICATE.. A Certificate showing your ancestral detail and clan name is also available. Full details on how to apply is at http://irts.ie/clancq. A sample certificate is shown below.
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