Congratulations to Jose Gonzalez from Powder Springs, Georgia for becoming Associate Number 161 of the Rare Ones of New Orleans. Jose has a great shack and is a loyal supporter of the Rare Ones.
If you hear Jose out there on the bands make sure you give him a call!
Scott – w5plt
Easton, ke0lnh, is the youngest amateur radio operator to earn an Associate Membership to the Rare One’s of New Orleans. Way to go Easton! In addition to amateur radio, Easton enjoys the Boy Scouts as well.
We look forward to hearing from all the adventures Easton has in his future. Congratulations once again from the Rare One’s of New Orleans!
Nola.com posted a great article on the St. Joseph Day alters in the New Orleans Area. Please follow the link: Nola.com
Heriberto, a good friend and supporter of the Rare Ones’ of New Orleans recently sent us a photo of his dune buggy. In addition to Amateur Radio, Heriberto loves to tear-it-up in his dune buggy in Puerto Rico. All Heriberto needs is a good mobile rig for some real adventurous DX!
Del – kd2ppc from Medford, N.J. became the 158th Associate Member. Del has a great station and always supports the Rare Ones. Congratulations Del once again!
Erika – k4nov recently earned her Associate Membership into the Rare Ones of New Orleans. She has been a steadfast supporter of the Rare Ones. In the spirt of New Orleans, Erika is always ready to try some of New Orleans finest recipes with her family! Erika lives in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
Congratulations once again from all the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans!
K1VCT – Charlie was passing thru to New Orleans on his way back from Beau Bridge, Louisiana so he stopped by to visit the “Rare Ones”. A great time was had by all at Perino’s Boiling Pot Restaurant in Harvey, LA with great friends and food.
Steve Greffe is the First Confirmed Canadian Associate Member of the Rare Ones of New Orleans. The Rare Ones always appreciate Steve checking in with the Rare Ones. The “Rare Ones” feel a special kinship with our Canadian hams since we owe our Cajun Culture from the Acadian descendants from the Maritimes of Eastern Canada!
Congratulations once again Steve!
The Morning Call has ceased doing business in the metro New Orleans Area as of January 20th. The owners are looking to open at another location. At this time, though, an institution that has been operated in the New Orleans metro area since the 1870 has shuttered.
For more information, please follow the enclosed link to the nola.com article: