Hamvention '2002

 
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Top Ten Prize Winners:
Yaesu MK-V FT-1000NP Rick Irvine
Icom IC-756 Pro II Richard Porter
Icom IC-746 Pro Bruce Dickey, ND8Z
Kenwood TS-570SG  Tom Baxter
Icom IC-706 MKIIG  Jerry Larabee, K8MGA
Yaesu VR-5000 Ben Manley, KB9LIQ
Icom IC-718  Frank Guptill, WO1Z
Kenwood TM-742AD Laurie Patrick, KA8GDH
 Kenwood TMD-700A Allen Shuff, W9ON
 Icom IC-R3  Dave Harsh, KC8TUK



It's Really Not a Ham Radio


W8CWD PHOTOS


 
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AB9D & 1503
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Photo of a Phot
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F'ng AL & Steve
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W8CQ's IQ 
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KE9PQ
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Wagon Walk By
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Bro Dave & Bill
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W8NS & Pappa Joe
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CWD doing what he does
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Gypsy Wagon Dinner
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K8ZD at his best
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Never 8 KOB
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N9QT & W8LX
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Gypsy1 guests
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K9MI
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the crowd
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Gypsy 1
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Mike & BLR
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WB8VQV
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Gabraham Lincoln
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Mr. Sottoriva
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Sudz Machine
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WAM stuffing his jar
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WAM walk-by
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Roger Roger
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N9IZP & KD8AX
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Rare X-Tals
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Brothers Grim
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Mealtime
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G1 Dinner is served
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moment of silence
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crowd control
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wheres everyone?
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the truck
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sunset
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Saturday thinning
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CWD working?
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10-4 Good Buddy
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W8LX fishing
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the lot
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W8MHB's Rig
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N2ANL stops by
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The Odd Squad
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AB9D was here
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the ticket barrell
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W8MHB
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Sunday inside Hara
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NZ8K, spotted inside

Amateur of the Year

      Alanson "Hap" Holly, KC9RP, of Des Plaines, IL has been chosen to receive Dayton Hamvention's
      Amateur of the Year award for 2002. Mr. Holly (licensed since 1965) began ham radio
      informational programming in 1984, which lead him to become founder and moderator (and guiding
      light) of a weekly amateur radio audio feature magazine known as the RAIN Report - The Radio
      Amateur Information Network. Mr. Holly, who incidentally is blind, produces this weekly program
      from his ham shack in suburban Chicago. He provides timely interviews, commentaries from other
      hams, excerpts from many of Hamvention's forums and many other items of interest to the amateur
      radio community. His RAIN programming can be heard on hundreds of amateur repeaters across
      the nation, and also by telephone. Mr. Holly is an inspiration to licensed radio amateurs, non-hams,
      and the visually impaired and sighted individuals worldwide. Dayton Hamvention is proud to honor
      Alanson "Hap" Holly, KC9RP, as its Amateur of the Year for 2002.


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