Monday, November 07, 2011

Wireless Society of Southern Maine

The Wireless Society of Southern Maine began as a group of friends with a common interest in ham radio, who met weekly at the Wassamki Springs Campground in Scarborough. In early summer of 2010, they decided to form a more formal organization, recognizing a need in the community for a club that was welcoming, helpful, and receptive to new ideas. WSSM brings together both new and experienced operators to share in the enjoyment of amateur radio and bring together their skills to encourage improvement in all the various phases and interests of the hobby, including public-service potential, operating ability, courtesy, and technical proficiency.

Membership is open to all persons interested in radio communications. There is no requirement to be licensed, however only licensed operators, and full time residents of the area can be Full or "voting members." At our monthly meetings, we like to encourage participation in round table discussions covering a wide range of ham radio topics. We cordially invite you to visit us and to become a member.

October 15 - JOTA at Camp Bomazeen (North Belgrade, ME)

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