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Big Island International Hamfest



Aloha,
The Original Big Island of Hawaii International Hamfest and Swap Meet will be Saturday October 24th 2015 at the Waimea Community Center, next to the ball field off Mamalahoa Highway in Kameula, Hawaii. Same venue as last year.
There will be a 10.00 donation per table per seller. A 5.00 donation per attendee at time of registration.
8:00am - breakfast at Hawaiian Style Cafe
9:00am - vendor setup
10:00am - Doors open to public (be sure to get your raffle tickets for the "Big ticket items"
12:00pm - Setup for VE testing. Guest speakers, forum, presentations in adjoining room.
1:00pm - VE testing (a good time to upgrade your license)
2:00pm - Event comes to a close, pack up clean up.
There will be QSL card checking and surprise giveaways throughout the day.
Please note: This is a non-commercial event that promotes the trading of equipment and information between Hams and the general public and to promote the open exchange of exploring ham radio as a hobby.
Talk-in Frequencies: 146.940 (110.9 tone) Maui Repeater
443.650 (100hz tone) Kona Repeater.
This is a coordinated event of the Kohala Hamakua Radio Club and the Kona Amateur Radio Society. Be sure to tell your all your radio friends. See you there!
For more information Contact: Stuart Johnston, KH7DX, 808-896-1290, kh7dx@arrl.net, P.O. Box 5095 Kailua-Kona, Hi. 96745 or Joe Crable, KH7AX, 808-987-1440, kh7ax.mail@gmail.com
Thanks for supporting Ham Radio in the Hawaiian Islands
Stuart Johnston


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