Click on the flyer below to watch as Dr. Eric Johnsen interviews
United States Air Force nurse Kay Snuggs.
|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|
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|
|K40GB Shack in 1967|
|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 – 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