Sisterhood of Amateur Radio supports Girl Scouts in acquiring Radio Wireless Patch
The Sisterhood of amateurish Radio (increase), in partnership with the Girl Scout Council (GS) Of
Southern Nevada hosted a 'Radio and Wireless Tech Field Day' last month 3, 2018 in sin city, NV.
Over 60 girls and their adult chaperones taken part in the event held at the GS Council Facility
during a 5 hour period.
The our Radio Relay League (ARRL) has continued to develop a special Radio and Wireless Technology
Patch Program for Girl Scouts. The Radio and Wireless Technology Patch Program will inspire girls to
learn fundamentals of radio communication and wireless technology and to do this in their
communities to apply communications to connect people, grant safety, And explore important careers.
Girl Scouts had the process to learn about Amateur Radio and do hands on activities with Amateur
They also learned about emergency and public service communications, And explored ways wireless
technology is used in everyday life and in the workplace.
The SOAR women were excited to share what it means to be an amateur radio operator and to show the
girls that they can communicate almost using amateur radio as part of the Girl Scout program to
kindle an interest in Science, modern advances, industrial, And figures (set up) people and careers.
A girl led and girl focused institute, Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada understands the importance of
providing science and engineering educational programming to girls of all ages, Said Linda links,
Chief of marketing communications for Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada. "By integrating with
SOAR, We expect inspiring all Girl Scouts to pursue a lifelong love of communication and global
most important ones of the event were spelling out their name in Morse Code and hearing it via a
code practice oscillator, Learning about antenna directivity and participating in a T Hunt, as well
as talking on the radio third party via HF, UHF/VHF and thru means such as EchoLink.
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The Nevada component Manager, tom Bigley, N7UR, Spoke to those relevant via EchoLink stating, Nevada
Section sincerely appreciates the contribution of all the participants who took time out of their
day to speak to the girls to demonstrate these young girls what amateur radio can do to connect
people anywhere int he planet. Bigley went on to express his sincere appreciation of the ARRL
Pacific Division support demonstrating that the amateur radio community is supportive of each other
to achieve success and longevity of the hobby.