The St. Louis & Suburban Radio Club general meeting will be held on the 28th of February. February’s program is “Three Miles Per Hour — How an Avid Hiker uses Ham Radio.”
Kai Gansner (KEØQEJ) will be presenting his view on how he uses amateur radio as a new ham.
“How did you get into the amateur radio hobby? Think back to that spark that ignited the interest. How did you tend to that fire? Come gather ’round a new HAM’s fire and listen to a story of a journey that touches on human aspect, the technical “use case” overview, and a sense of adventure. It’s the middle of winter, and you just might like to feel the heat.”
Kai is a husband, son, brother, and uncle dedicated to the relationships that make life enjoyable. He graduated from Truman State University in December of 2005 with a degree in Communication Science, and a minor in Business Administration. He has worked for one of the country’s largest membership based nonprofits as Director of Member Services, and currently works as a Guest Engagement Specialist at a large local craft brewery. His expertise lies within the non-technical realm of communication, but being a lifelong learner, he excels at connecting the dots. In addition to being a General Class licensed amateur radio operator, Kai is an avid hiker, hunter, home cook, certified welder, and is also a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) certified citizen.
Come learn more about Kai and his view of amateur radio. General meeting info and location can be found at the following link https://www.slsrc.org/meeting-info/.
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