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Richmond Amateur Telecommunications Society
W4RAT ยท Richmond, Virginia

An ARRL Affiliated Club Serving Central Virginia Since 1972

April 2024 Dinner for David KO4RNT

On April 22, 2024 RATS surprised David Kleinholtz KO4RNT with a dinner at Texas Roadhouse along with a bunch of his ham radio friends, as a proper send-off before he moves to North Dakota in May.  David was awarded a RATS Life Membership and his very own limited-edition RATS Pirate Flag.  We hope he will remain an active participant in our meetings once he settles in to his new home.

In attendance:  Larry Braja KN4KNL, Dan Bryant N4DOB, Bill Catogni N4WLC, Steve Crow KG4PEQ, Rob Czyzewski KB2OYI, Doc Ellis W4RYQ, Judi LeHuquet N4JDI, Rob Marshall KI4MCW, David Melton KF4RAL, Michael Miller KN4VA, Rich Morrisey AE4OK, Jim Rubin W4PKR, Doug Rumburg KK4LSE, Alex Sahhar KN4QGQ, Isaac Sahhar, Wayne Scarberry K9WVU, and Jeff Walton KN4SYE

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RATS Vice President Judi LeHuquet N4JDI presents David KO4RNT with a RATS Life Member ID badge. Photo by K9WVU.

Richmond Amateur Telecommunications Society, Inc. (RATS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. PO Box 70613, Henrico VA, 23255
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