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Ham radio event

In spite of marginal propagation via the ionosphere, members of the Middle Peninsula Amateur Radio Club made many on-the-air contacts with other hams during the April 17 special event at the Dr. Walter Reed’s Birthplace in Belroi. Docents were on hand to give tours of the birthplace to visitors. Beginning in 1926, the home was first under the care of the Virginia Medical Society and is now administered by the Gloucester Preservation Foundation and Fairfield Foundation. Above from left, Middle Peninsula Amateur Radio Club members Joy Safranek, Jerry Unverferth and Will Hrachovina make contact with other ham radio enthusiasts. On left, Thane Harpole, left, and Tom Karow of the Fairfield Foundation were on-site to welcome visitors to the historic birthplace.


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