[AARA] AARA Rayne Hamfest Update

Herman Campbell kn5grk at lusfiber.net
Thu Feb 13 18:53:30 CST 2014


      The 2014 ARRL Delta Division Convention is March 14 -15
hosted by the Acadiana Amateur Radio Association's 54th Annual 2014
Acadiana Hamfest located at the Rayne Civic Center.
      The hamfest will be held at our usual place, the Rayne Civic Center.
The facility is located at 300 Frog Festival Drive, Rayne LA 70578.
Talk-In Frequency 146.820 pl 103.5 - W5EXI EchoLink Node 370324.  The
Friday Night Crawfish Boil will be held again on Friday, March 14th.
With a Fais-Do-Do -- French Music- provided by the Texas Ham Playboys,
with dancing to with the good food!  Also, a/*Wouff Hong Ceremony*/will be
held after the Friday night Crawfish Boil. Our special guest from
Headquarters is ARRL Emergency Preparedness Manager Mike Corey, KI1U.
Join us in "Frog City" for loads of fun, fellowship and good food.
   (Reprinted from Delta Update Jan/Feb 2014-David Norris K5UZ)


*ARRL Forum Guest Speaker*

*Mike Corey KI1U - Bio & Forum Description:*

I am originally from Indiana and was first licensed in 1988. Over the 
last two decades I've been involved in SkyWarn, ARES/RACES, and disaster 
response. I've served in the ARRL Field Organization as a Volunteer 
Examiner and
Emergency Coordinator.

Professionally I have served as a public safety communications officer 
since 2001, a public safety instructor since 2006,
and have also served as an emergency management volunteer and reserve 
police officer. I attended Indiana University
for my bachelors in political science and the University of Mississippi 
for my masters in criminal justice.

Besides emergency communications I also enjoy DXing, contesting, QRP, 
digital modes, and CW. I am a member of the
University of Mississippi Amateur Radio Club, the Kokomo Amateur Radio 
Club, Straight Key Century Club, alumni member
of the Indiana University Amateur Radio Club, and a life member of the 
ARRL. I am also the author (along with Vic Morris
AH6WX) of the new ARRL book Storm Spotting and Amateur Radio.

*Forum Description:*

The Served Community Concept -- Based in the whole community concept of 
emergency management the served community concept focuses on Amateur 
Radio operators as an asset to their neighborhoods and communities. The 
focus is on being a
good diplomat for Amateur Radio, inclusion of the entire Amateur Radio 
community, bringing communications technology and expertise to the 
impacted community, and adding resiliency within the community.


We have added two new vendors to our hamfest list.  They are:

*Poles & Things *

*Radiowavz Antennas*

Check out our hamfest website for more information at:

A Hamfest Flyer can be downloaded at:

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