The Winona Amateur Radio Club may use an old form of communication, but in doing so it gives back to the local area.
The club uses ham radios to communicate with other radio operators around the country, everyday.
“As a club we date back to 1942, before World War II,” Leslie Hittner, a member of the club said. “There was a time period during the war when amateur radio communication wasn’t allowed, but the club remained active.”
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