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          Kansas Amateur Radio News Extra expanded in October 2012 with the monthly addition of the SATERN Western Missouri/Kansas Division Newsletter. We are glad to be the homefor SATERN News beginning December 2011. Please check it out and welcome SATERN to our collection of noteworthy Kansas ham publications!
          • To promote "The Amateur Radio Service" as a publicservice as stated and created by an act of Congress.
          • To publicly recognize Kansas Hams who do exceptional things inthe interest of public service.
          • Recognize those Kansas Ham Radio operators who havevolunteered to dedicate their time and radio equipment to serve their neighbors,community, state, andkb0rwicountry in the event of an emergency or disaster.
          • Recognize those hams who weekly train to be ready to servethrough the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), the National Traffic System (NTS) andother public services.
          • Recognize hams whose public service activities are feltstate-wide, beyond their city limits and beyond.
          • Recognize Special Service Clubs (SSC), committed to doing morethan a normal club to further ham radio.


            Kent Stutzman, KB0RWI
            KAR Editor

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