Waterville Area Wireless Association WA1WA
Wireless Communication Around the World
Promoting Amateur Radio in Central Maine
This is the historic Two Cent Bridge for pedestrians in Waterville/Winslow Maine. That
crosses the Kennebec River with a span of 400 feet (122M). The opening date was in
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ARRL Affiliated Club
The Waterville Area Wireless
Association was founded in 1957. The
Club was reorganized in 1994. Today
the Club has a membership of more than
20 members. Who are amateur radio
operators in the Central Maine Area.
WA1WA has fox hunts, special events,
projects and discussions which can
include various participants and
WA1WA also participates n ARRL Field
Day each year.
WA1WA’s membership is made up of a
diversity of ham radio operators, from
Technicians to Extra Class. The interests
of club memebers include, all bands,
modes and activities.
The Club also offers help with installing
and removing antennas. Help in
answering questions for experienced
and inexperienced and would be
Waterville Area Wireless Association
www.wa1wa.net is part of the Waterville Area Wireless Association Feedback
December 7 Winslow Library Winslow Me
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8 year old Thomas passed the Technician exam
on October 6, 2012 at the Library in Winslow
Maine. The youngest for the Waterville Area
Wireless Association. Picture: Thomas standing
with Ron Manson, W1SSF, Chairman of
Waterville Area Wireless Association.
8 Year old passes Technician Exam
Amateur License Exams
WA1WA Winslow Library, February, April, June, August, October and December.
ARC Augusta, January, March, May, July, September and November.
“AMATEUR LICENSE EXAM”
WEDNESDAY November20, 2013
Sponsor: Augusta ARC
Time: 5:30 PM (Walk-ins allowed) Come Early!
Contact: Ron Manson, w1ssf (at) roadrunner.com
Location: 125 Court St, Augusta, ME 04330
Kennebec County Government Center