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          Total Membership:                                        225
          Members within the club area                             203
          Members outside the club area                             22
          Stations added to the Roster since October 2013           36
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Why Public Service-Oriented Hams Should Participate in Contests - N6VI
March 2014
You may have heard of the Fireman Olympics or lumberjack competitions. Most of you have seen a rodeo – at least on television - where cowboys (and cowgirls) do their thing in a stadium rather than on the range. What do all these have in common? They test skills used on the job in an enjoyable yet challenging environment.

Guess what? Amateur Radio operators compete, too, in a variety of contests held throughout the country and the world. Internationally, this is called “Radiosport”. Domestically, we just call it “Contesting”.

Many highly competitive Radio Amateurs consider their regular operating time to be part of their training for competitions. In a larger sense, though, radio contests are training that improves our ability to do whatever else we do in Amateur Radio more effectively.    more
CQ World Wide WPX SSB Claimed Scores
March 2015
            W6TK           SOAABHP     2,170,806             KI6QDH         SOAABHP      103,014
            WN6K           SOABLP      2,014,704             WA6URY         SOABHP        65,144
            WA6KHK         SOAABHP     1,899,288             K6DDJ          SOAABLP       20,482
            N6HE           SOAABHP       633,113             NE6I           SOAABHP        1,298
            W6QU(W8QZA)    SOABQRP       410,190

            NX6T (WQ6X N6ERD KB7V N6KI NN6X W6JBR et al)                    M2HP       8,173,956
            N6MI (K6VCR N6MI NB6E)                                          M1HP       2,758,803
ARRL DX SSB Claimed Scores
March 2015
            W6TK           SOUHP       1,207,101             AA6PW          SOUHP        331,596
            WN6K           SOABLP        648,324             W6QU(W8QZA)    SOABQRP      207,522
            N6RV           SOABLP        586,560             NK6A           SOABHP       144,720
            WA6KHK         SOUHP         521,250             KI6QDH         SOUHP         61,776
            N6AA           SOABHP        473,352             N6NC           SOUHP         52,332
            K7ACZ          SOABLP        462,354             NE6I           SOUHP         41,736

            NX6T (K6GO N6CY N6ERD N6KI NA6MB W6JBR)                         MSHP       1,530,615
ARRL DX CW Claimed Scores
February 2015
            VY2TT(K6LA)    SOABHP      6,291,000             N6MU           SOABLP       336,192
            VP9/W6PH       SOABLP      4,254,165             N6PE           SOABHP       300,330
            AA6PW          SOUHP       1,468,800             K7ACZ          SOABLP       252,894
            N6RV           SOABLP      1,107,792             W6KY           SOABLP       166,140
            WA6KHK         SOUHP         954,924             NE6I           SOUHP        127,800
            N6QQ           SOABHP        878,940             W6TK           SOSBHP        93,600
            WN6K           SOABLP        663,552             W6JBR          SOABLP        85,428
            W6YA           SOSBHP        516,231             NK6A           SOSBHP        54,900
            W6QU(W8QZA)    SOABQRP       338,148             AI6O           SOABHP        24,336

            NX6T (N6CY KB7V K4RB)                                           MSHP       1,679,328
CQ WPX RTTY Claimed Scores
February 2015
            WN6K            SOABLP       995,720             W6TK           SOSBLP       136,818
            W6QU(W8QZA)     SOABQRP      323,615             NK6A           SOABHP       122,612
            NE6I            SOABHP       196,940
NA Sprint CW Claimed Scores
February 2015
            N6RT@N6WIN      SOHP          14,306             W4EF           SOHP          10,584
            K6LA            SOHP          13,680             N5ZO           SOHP           9,867
            N6AA            SOHP          13,545             WA6URY         SOHP           6,216
            K6ZH            SOHP          11,025             K6NA           SOHP           1,950

            SCCC #1 (N6RT@N6WIN, N6AA, K6LA, W4EF, K6ZH, K6NA, NE6I)                      65,090
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