Southern Florida Section Emergency Coordinator Larry Zimmer, W4LWZ presents Certificate of Appointment to Brevard County Emergency Coordinator Ricky Deluco, K4JTT as Southern Florida Section Manager Jeff Beals, WA4AW, looks on at the Recent Southwest Florida Hamfest in Ft. Meyers.
Julio Herrera, President of the Dade Radio Club of Miami accepts Certificate marking 70 years of ARRL Affiliation from Southern Florida Section Manager Jeff Beals, WA4AW
Okeechobee ARC President Amos McDaniel, KK4AMK receives Certificate celebrating 40 Years of ARRL Club Affiliation from Southern Florida Assistant Section Manager Barry Porter, KB1PA, at the 2016 Ft. Pierce Hamfest.
Pete Amar, KD4SPW, President of the St. Lucie Repeater Assoc. receives Certificate for 40 years of ARRL affiliation from Southern Florida Section Manager Jeff Beals, WA4AW at the Ft. Pierce Radio Club meeting on April 12, 2017
Jeff Stahl, K4BH, receives certificate of appointment as ARES Emergency Coordinator for Broward County and Carol Sjursen, KJ4AWB, receives certificate of appointment as ARES Assistant Emergency Coordinator from from Assistant Section Manager Barry Porter, KB1PA at recent Broward ARES meeting.
Melanie Fernandez,KJ4VCT, President of the Gold Coast Amateur Radio Association receives certificate celebrating 40 years of ARRL Affiliation from Assistant Section Manager Barry Porter, KB1PA at the club meeting on March 22, 2016
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