During the ARRL 2022 Second Board of Directors Meeting—July 15–16, 2022—Red River Radio Amateurs was congratulated and recognized for our`contributions to amateur radio on our 50th year of ARRL affliation.
WHEREAS, Red River Radio Amateurs of Fargo, ND has long supported the American Radio Relay League being an ARRL Affiliated Club since September 27, 1969;
WHEREAS, Red River Radio Amateurs members have a long history of supporting emergency communication in the Fargo-Moorhead and surrounding areas supporting local law enforcement agencies, emergency managers, and through ARES;
WHEREAS, Red River Radio Amateurs members have supported the National Weather Service through the Skywarn program;
WHEREAS, Red River Radio Amateurs members have provided communication support for various public service needs including the Fargo Marathon, MS Walk: Fargo, FM Rotary Ride and
WHEREAS, Red River Radio Amateurs stands as a resource to mentor new amateur radio operators including providing licensing classes and VE amateur radio license testing.
THEREFORE, be it resolved that the ARRL Board of Directors hereby congratulates and recognizes the Red River Radio Amateurs for its contributions to amateur radio on its 50th year of ARRL affiliation. 1
RRRA President Jake K0RQ reports that a plaque will be presented to the club during fall 2022 by Bill Lippert, AC0W, ARRL Dakota Division Director.
“ARRL 2022 Second Board of Directors Meeting Minutes”, ARRL the National Association of Amateur Radio, accessed August 22 2022, http://www.arrl.org/files/file/ARRL%202022%20Second%20Board%20of%20Directors%20Meeting%20Minutes-Final.pdf. ↩︎