On May 24, 1965 two local Amateur Radio Clubs of lower Bucks County ratified a common new constitution forming ‘The Penn Wireless Association of Windsor and Bucks County Radio Clubs”. This happened after many weekly meetings of a special committee of members from both parent clubs.
On April 7, 1966 “Penn Wireless Association Inc.” is chartered as a Non-Profit Corporation of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the efforts of Snipes & White, Esq.’s
Penn Wireless celebrates 50 years of community service through amateur radio this year. To commemorate this milestone, we will be operating the Special Event Station W3K from March 4, 2017 through March 18, 2017. Operational times and frequencies may vary so please check the spotting networks.
Stations completing a contact with W3K during this time period should visit our website, www.pennwireless.org, for details on obtaining a Certificate of Participation.
'73 and thank you for your participation.
Jim Petrosky - KE3LA
President - Penn Wireless Association
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