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Twin State Radio Club, Inc. - W1FN

Twin State Radio Club, Inc. - W1FN

PO Box 5078, Hanover (NH), 03755-5078, United States

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Chi siamo Twin State Radio Club, is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that provides an educational resource to our members and the public at large for Amateur Radio, electronic communications, and related technology.
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Missione Twin State Radio Club is 501(c)(3) non profit organization that provides an educational resource to our members and the public at large for Amateur Radio, electronic communications, and related technology. We also provide and maintain communication facilities and equipment designed to facilitate day to day communication between licensed Amateurs, and communications support for public service events and in times of emergency.
Descrizione The Twin State Radio Club, Inc. serves the upper Connecticut River Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont, and is officially based in Hanover, NH. We meet monthly at Mickey's Roadside Cafe in Enfield, NH.

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Twin State Radio Club, is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that provides an educational resource to our members and the public at large for Amateur Radio, electronic communications, and related technology. We also provide and maintain communication facilities and equipment designed to facilitate day to day communication between licensed Amateurs, and communications support for public service events and in times of emergency.

History
TSRC is said to have been founded around 1955 by Forrest Adams W1FN from Wilder, VT and some friends. After Adams' death in the 70's the club officially adopted his call sign. The club owned a club house and station on Old Pine Tree Cemetery Rd. in Lebanon for many years. The club house and land were sold in the late 80's due to a burdensome property tax bill, and the money was invested.

Since that time, we've met at the Montshire Museum of Science, first in Hanover and later in Norwich, VT, the Hanover Library, and succession of restaurants for breakfast and dinner, most of which have gone out of business, forcing us to move. We often joke that TSRC really stands for Twin State Restaurant Closers.

Regular Activities
Like most clubs, activity levels rise and wane, but it's generally an interesting bunch of guys with lots to say, and some significant technical depth and experience. Monthly meetings generally include a presentation or discussion on a technical or operational topic. We drag the club's communications trailer down to NEAR Fest twice each year, as well as to various local events. On occasion, we've gotten together for group contesting efforts, usually the VHF contest in January, and we even did an expedition to a local island. Over the years, we've provided communications support for a variety of pub
Fondazione 1955

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