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Radio club operates during festival

By Staff
Special to The Star
May 10, 2002
The Meridian Amateur Radio Club will be operating during the Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Festival from 6 p.m. today until 6 p.m. Saturday.
The club will operate out of the caboose of the Memorial Train next to the Jimmie Rodgers Museum in Highland Park.
MARC members will be operating on or about the following frequencies: 28.462, 21.362, 18.162, 14.262, 7.262, 3.862, 146.700 and 444.500. Exchange will be call sign, RST and location.
You can send a 9-by-12 self-addressed stamped envelop to receive a personalized Jimmie Rodgers Special Event Certificate. You can mail your QSL card to station W5FQ at the following address: Meridian Amateur Radio Club, 7495 Highway 494, Little Rock, MS 39337

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