Tangible Rewards !
Between March 19 and 26, 2022 eleven Cumberland Amateur Radio Club members operated Special Event station W3R, celebrating the 120th anniversary of the Rockville Bridge. At 3,720 feet, the Rockville Bridge is the longest Stone Arch Masonry Railroad Bridge ever built anywhere in the world.
We seem to live in a digital world. But at the May meeting, the W3R event operators received a unexpected TANGIBLE REWARD to go with the certificates they were emailed earlier.
The TANGIBLE REWARD came in the form of a stainless steel tumbler or travel mug, bearing the CARC logo and the call sign of the operator.
The recipients were:
|Andrew AF3I||Doug KC3CPT||Frank KB3PQT|
|Garry K3EYK||Harry K3EYL||John WA3KCP|
|Maura KC3SJE||Mike KB3GPX||Richard N3EPY|
|Steve N3FWE||Valli N8QVT|
Thank you all! It was a pleasure to have so many club members pitch-in and pull-together to make the event a success.
In addition, an article about the W3R Special Event operation is also being published in the NRHS News, the monthly newsletter of the National Railway Historical Society.
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