Anyone that follows this blog regularly may have noticed a new page at the top titled “Wilson County Radio League”. The Wilson County Radio League is Lebanon’s newest amateur radio club, and one that I have a significant amount of involvement with.
If you have an interest in auxiliary communications, a desire to improve your communication and technical skills, and a desire to serve your community, the Wilson County Radio League may be for you.
They’re still getting started, but I’m hoping to see regular exercises and events being planned in the near future to give all of the members hands-on training and actual practice, which is good for the individual and good for the group. Some of this training would include things like foxhunts, simulated weather emergencies, standard radio protocol, logging practices (Including computer logging) etc.
If there is any interest in such an organization, I would highly recommend checking out the link at the top of this page to read more about them.
Questions can be addressed to the Wilson County Radio League through their website, or directly to me in the comments (or the contact form on this site).