STANLY COUNTY ORAL HISTORIES - Episode #1

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United States Air Force nurse Kay Snuggs. 
 

UPCOMING EVENT: Pops on the Porch - Saturday, October 24, 2020

An exciting new program presented by the Stanly County Historical Society is coming soon!
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The event will be broadcast via Facebook Live.  

 

ONLINE PRESENTATION - Honoring Coach Toby Webb

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ONLINE PRESENTATION: They Did What!?! - Unique Stories of Stanly County

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Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina

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Moonshine and Fast Cars - Tuesday, February 25, 2020

North Carolina: First in Moonshine
Dr. Pierce talks with Barbara Carpenter
Dr. Pierce autographs book for Rep. Wayne Sasser
Control booth - Lena Olson
Daphne Morris with books by Daniel S. Pierce
Ken Ringler with books by Daniel S. Pierce
Apple Pie Moonshine - Miriam & Robert Cranford and Ruth Cotton
Pictures by Roger Eudy

Stanly County Amateur Radio Club - Saturday, January 25, 2020

Kent Harkey, President Stanly County Historical Society
Ray Sipe, President Stanly County Amateur Radio Club
Pat Bramlett, Chairman of Education Committee Stanly County Historical Society
PowerPoint presentation by Ray Sipe, Radio Club president
    History of Amateur Radio in Stanly County

Oldest known Radio Club picture

March 18, 1956

March 18, 1956 #2

1957-1958

K40GB Shack in 1967

2017 Equipment

Radio equipment on display

A very old crystal-controlled transceiver

This is an Icom 7100 - all mode radio (160 meters - 70 cm) with D-Star digital voice capability.
This is the radio of Ray Sipe (KI4UDZ), club president and is shown connected to a
portable battery and solar panel. This radio is primarily used for portable field operations.

On the left is a dual band (2 meter and 70 cm) handheld radio (HT or walkie-talkie).
On the right is an older but still operational HF radio (160 m - 10 m).

James Jarrett (KK4ZAL)

Steve Barker (WB4TSN)

Display Table

Display – Larry Almond (K4MGA)

Cranford Family served refreshments
(Robert, RJ, Michelle, CiCi, Miriam)

Dr. Keith Andrew, ARRL Emergency Coordinator,
setting up a mobile, multiband 20-foot vertical antenna.

      William Thomas (KI4JDA) from Oakboro with Joan Eudy

    Stanly County Amateur Radio Club K40GB Logo

Pictures by Roger Eudy and Richard Cosgrove