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10/30/21 Membership & Board minutes.

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Marlin WA0AUX from Earlham, IA

Marlin is a regular with the 3900 club and on a lot of the traffic nets. He broke his leg and was put in Mercy Hospital. He has been transferred from Mercy hospital to Wesley Acres in Des Moines. His address:
The nurse caring for Marlin says it really makes Marlin's day to get cards and letters. So drop him a note and wish him well. I received this info on the 75M ISBN net on 7/16 and thought I would pass it along to the multitude.
73 Tom WD0BFO. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I want help Name: Robert Holmes Call: W0PMT
Phone: (402)541-6331
I need help please any one in Omaha or Iowa area My name is Robert I suffered a bad head trauma and I am caring for elderly dementia parent. I have an ANAN 200d sdr transceiver.I need help setting the radio up and tuning the linear amp. I will be glad to pay for any ones help. THANKS 73s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

It was voted on during the business meeting 4/10/22 that all donations to the club in 2022 be set aside for the grand prize for the 50th year Hambroree (2023). See above "for the life of the club" for how to do it with PayPal or send check to 3900 club at my address good on QRZ. 73 Tom WD0BFO
Dear friends of the 3900 Club,
My name is Brian Duddy and my callsign is N2BTD. I am an amateur radio historian & preservationist from New York. I recently obtained a small collection of early QSL cards that were sent to William Servis of Troy, NY who held the callsign 2CUL in the early 1920’s. One of the cards in the collection was from Dick Pitner when he was a SWL in 1925. The card was mailed from Sioux City, IA on March 16th, 1925. I believe Dick became licensed around 1927 and his first callsign was W9FZO, then he became W0FZO once callsign areas were restructured.
I thought the club would enjoy seeing his card.
Brian Duddy - N2BTD
Amateur Radio Historian & Preservationist

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W0FZO - 3900 Club Web Site

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