Friday Q&A: Paul Schumacher, Winona Amateur Radio Club presidente
“Amateur radio has been around since 1914, and according to Winona Amateur Radio Club president Paul Schumacher, it’s not going anywhere.
Although cell phones are almost everywhere, there’s still a place for the reliable radio in an emergency, Schumacher said, and there are plenty of ways to enjoy using radios all year long in perfectly good weather.”
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