Toy Drive Brings Smiles to Kids at Christmas

Pitts, Allen G.
February 2005
QST;Feb2005, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p51
Offers the author's thoughts about a toy drive participated in by amateur radio operators and the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) for children affected by the hurricanes in Florida. Reasons for spearheading the drive; Support provided by the ARRL to the endeavor; Goodwill received by ham radio operators involved in the project.


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