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Hi, my name is Josh and although I am a newly licensed ham (August 2015), I have been exposed to Amateur Radio my whole life as my Dad was licensed well before I was born.  My Dad, KC4JD, has been interested in ham radio since he was a teenager.  

On the day that I got my license, my Mom got hers, too.  Her call sign is KM4MVL.  As a new Technician, I am enjoying VHF, but do want to upgrade to General one day.  I have attended several Hamfests, and even helped organize and run the Student Shack at the Stone Mountain hamfest.  I also participate in a weekly Youth Net on our local club repeater that is sponsored by the North Fulton Amateur Radio League (www.nfarl.org) and my school's club, the Mill Springs Academy Amateur Radio Club, WA4MSA.  So far my experience with ham radio has been fun by attending the ham events and running or talking on the Youth Net every Wednesday at 7 PM Eastern.

   The Youth Net, sponsored by the Mill Springs Academy Amateur Radio League and the North Fulton Amateur Radio League, is for young hams, or young people interested in Amateur Radio, and teachers who work with such students.  It runs from 7 to 8 PM Eastern Wednesday evenings on the 145.47 NF4GA repeater on Sweat Mountain.  It is available on Echolink node 560686.  You can also join us on the concurrent chat room at www.nfarl.dodropin.org.  You don’t need a call sign to check in to the chat room.




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