BC ARES teams up with BSA Troop 34!

Hi there!

KEØLMY here!

The BC ARES was thrilled to host a small group of young men from the Boy Scouts of America Troop 34 this morning!

The young men learned about the use, set up and reach of Amateur Radio. KDØCNC showed the young men his radio room, towers, and antennas.

Thank you to KDØCNC, KDØMLB, KDØWXT, WØYGH, KDØAFI, WA5ICX, and KEØLMY for taking the time to give them their first contact with the Amateur Radio world. We hope to encourage more young people to participate in this wonderful hobby!

Author: Samantha Henley

I serve as the Deputy Director of the Benton County, MO Emergency Management Agency, as well as the Emergency Coordinator for the BC ARES. I have completed FEMA's IS-100b, IS-120, 200b, IS-317, 700a, and 800b. I have also completed the ARRL EC-001 course. I manage the website (bcmoem.com) and Facebook page for the Benton County Emergency Management Agency and for the BC ARES (bentoncountyares.org). I acquired my General Class License (KEØLMY) in October 2017. You can learn more about me at AirSho and QRZ!