One Day Tech Class - Ann Arbor 1/25/14

Post date: Dec 18, 2013 12:16:14 PM

Contact Dan direct if you know anyone interested... Don, WB8GUS


Hi, all--

I'm going to be teaching the next one-day Tech Class on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum in downtown Ann Arbor. The class will start at 9 am and run until 3:30 pm, at which time the license exam will be given. If you are so inclined, please mention this to your members and perhaps put this in your next newsletter.

There is a $10 fee for the class, except for students under the age of 18, who can attend free. I use this money to pay for expenses at our station, WA2HOM, at the museum. Also, I ask that you register beforehand. I like to limit the number of students to about 20, so that each student gets enough attention, and so that the volunteer examiners can administer the test expeditiously.

To register for the Saturday, January 25 class, send $10 to via PayPal or send a check for $10 to:

Dan Romanchik

1325 Orkney Dr.

Ann Arbor, MI 48103

When I get your registration, I will put you on another e-mail list and send you more details a week or two before the class.

After you register, download my study guide from The PDF version is free. Before the class, read through the study guide a few times, then take some online practice tests. If you don't pre-study, I can guarantee that you'll have a hard time passing the test.

Finally, just show up on Saturday, January 25. I'll be sending out more details, such as the exact room where the class will be held and where to park, a week before the class.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask.

btw, you're getting this e-mail because at one point or another you expressed some interest in taking this class. If you have already gotten your license or are no longer interested, please just reply to this message and ask that I take your name off this list. Thanks.

73! <--ham lingo for "best regards"



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