[nwaprssig] RE: [aprssig] Mentor database

David Dobbins ddobbins at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 17:30:53 EDT 2007

Our Elmer database on the wiki pages is primarily for folks wanting to know
more about APRS, rather than the more general topic of amateur radio. My
best suggestion is to hook up with a local ham radio club and introduce
yourself. You should be able to find more info by googling "ham radio" and
your city's name.

Good luck.

David K7GPS

On 6/21/07, Herb Gerhardt <hgerhardt at wavecable.com> wrote:
>  In our NW APRS Network we have had such a list for at least ten years.
> You can get to it by clicking on the "Contact An Elmer" link at the bottom
> of our web page or you can get to it directly at:
> http://wiki.ampr2.net/nwaprs/Elmers
> We moved this info to our Wiki page to make it easier for people to update
> their own data directly without having to go through our Web Master.
> It is a good idea for all areas to have a similar list which is especially
> useful for those who are just getting into APRS.  I have been contacted by
> people from all over the country looking for help and most of those contacts
> originated by seeing this info on our web page.
> Herb, KB7UVC
> NW APRS Group, West Sound Coordinator
> Our WEB Site:  http://www.nwaprs.info
> -----Original Message-----
> *From:* aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org [mailto:
> aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]*On Behalf Of *Andrew Rich
> *Sent:* Thursday, June 21, 2007 12:36 AM
> *To:* Aprssig
> *Cc:* ozaprs
> *Subject:* [aprssig] Mentor database
> Is there a list of people and their areas of expertise, for those people
> starting out in ham radio and looking for mentors ?

David Dobbins
Medical Lake, WA
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