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Ad Number:1606418
Date Placed:09/16/22
Name:Christopher Fox
Phone Number:8288558869
Callsign:NI4L
Category:ANNOUNCE
Heading:Hamfest Windsor CT
Ad Message:Vintage Radio Communications Museum Outdoor Swap Meet
HAMFEST/CONVENTION
09/17/2022
Start Date: 09/17/2022
End Date: 09/17/2022
Location: The Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut
115 Pierson Lane
Windsor, CT 06006
Website: https://www.vrcmct.org
Sponsor: The Amateur Radio Club of the Vintage Radio Communications Museum
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Talk-In: None
Public Contact: John Ellsworth , Museum Director
Vintage Radio & Communications Museum of CT 115 Pierson Lane Windsor, CT 06095
Phone: 860-683-2903
Email: radioclctr at aol.com

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