Old school in the new school

Bischoff, Glenn
October 2009
Urgent Communications;Oct2009, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p4
Trade Publication
The author discusses the efforts of Radio Club of America (RCA) director Carole Perry to promote amateur radio across the U.S. Perry has been part of the New York City school system for around 30 years, and upon retirement, she continues to visit schools to give talks on amateur radio. Her methods of drawing attention to amateur radio in the midst of the Internet age are also discussed.


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