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Assistance in acquiring or learning technology, limited to a specific geographic area.
We look forward to serving you in 2012 with another Handiham Radio Camp. Thank you for your interest.
Dates for Radio Camp 2012 are Saturday, June 2 - Friday, June 8, 2012. This will be earlier than usual so that we can test for Extra under the existing question pool, which expires at the end of the last day of June.
For a camp application, please email Nancy at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will put your name on a list to receive an application packet when they are ready.
Saturday, May 17, 2008 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM - Forum Room 2
Moderator and Speaker
Dr. Thomas Behler, a ham radio operator with a vision impairment, and Professor of Sociology at Ferris State University in Michigan, will present his thoughts on the breadth of our hobby and its applications for many different people.
Visit Courage Center's Handiham System while you are at Dayton HAMVENTION®. We will be at booth number 332-C, which is indoors not too far from the forum rooms.
HAMVENTION is the world's largest ham radio get-together, the place to meet your fellow amateur radio operators, learn about new technologies, and shop for new equipment. All of the "movers and shakers" in ham radio will be there, so it's fun, exciting, and a place to learn and grow.
Dates are May 16, 17, & 18, 2008.
The Rochester Amateur Radio Expo - It will be a R.A.R.E. experience, and Courage Center's Handiham System will be there - in the same city where Handihams began 41 years ago.
Expo dates are August 8 - 10, 2008.
The Rochester Amateur Radio Club is proud to host the FIRST annual R.A.R.Expo!!! A warm welcome to Hams and guests visiting from around the country!
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It's not always easy to get people to try new things, and people with disabilities often have extra concerns about traveling or staying overnight away from home.
Eye-Link Foundation is a volunteer-based organization whose sole purpose is to provide and support the assistive technology needs of Minnesotans who are blind or visually impaired. These needs include scanners, computers with text-to-speech capability, note taking, and talking dictionaries.
What is unique about this resource is that they ONLY work with those clients who have registered with Minnesota State Services for the Blind but who have been refused assistance with their technology needs by the State.
Remote Base Status
eQSL Electronic QSL Card System