As part of its Centennial activities, the South Jersey Radio Association (SJRA) will host a 10-day QSO party, June 10-19. Founded on June 12, 1916, in the home of William G. Phillips in Collingswood, New Jersey, the SJRA dates back to the very early years of wireless. The association became an ARRL-affiliated club in 1920.
A timeline on the SJRA website offers more information about the club’s rich history. The QSO party will offer other radio amateurs a chance to join the celebration and become centennial members of SJRA. The club will offer various awards. Participants can use just about any mode and operate from QRP to high power. Bonus points are awarded for logging an SJRA member station, identified by “/100” appended to the call sign, or by working the club’s K2AA station.
Complete rules and logging details are on the SJRA website.