The ARRL Northwestern Division Leadership provides the interface between League Members and the National Organization. The Northwestern Division Leadership shall keep the Division Membership informed and provide the Membership with leadership training and opportunity along with the promotion of League programs within the Division that are vital to our overall success.
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Division Events

Welcome to the ARRL Northwestern Division Site

The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national membership association for Amateur Radio operators. The United States government began licensing Amateur Radio operators in 1912. By 1914, there were thousands of Amateur Radio operators--hams--in the United States. Hiram Percy Maxim, a leading Hartford, Connecticut, inventor and industrialist saw the need for an organization to band together this fledgling group of radio experimenters.

Letter 8/2015

--This has been a busy year as Dir. Pace and V Dir. Altus travel to club
meetings and Hamfests, in addition to ARRL Board meetings and various
committee meetings. Busy but lots of fun, as we meet the membership
and listen to their input. These are exciting times for ARRL as we
begin our second century of continuous service to this great hobby of
Amateur Radio. I hope it is as much fun for you, as it is for us.

We want to thank Assistant Director Lynn Burlingame, for representing
Division Staff at the Montana State Convention. Unfortunately, that

Field Day 2015 is Almost Here!

As we finish our preparations for this year’s Field Day, let me remind
you to list your Field Day location with ARRL at:
http://www.arrl.org/field-day-locator You never know who is going to
visit and who might become a Ham because of their Field Day
Experience.

Remember that here in the NW, they are predicting some very hot
weather, so make sure you and your colleagues hydrate themselves well.
Watch for each other and have a safe and fun Field Day.

It is always advisable to appoint one or two people to act as ‘safety

Scholarship Awards to NW Division Hams

The ARRL Foundation announces the following Scholarship awards to
Amateur Radio Operators in the Northwestern Division. Congratulations
to all, and may their new adventure in advanced education be exciting
and rewarding:

The ARRL General Fund Scholarships, $2,000:
Chad Condon, KG7NOU, of Tacoma, WA

The Mary Lou Brown Scholarship, $2,500 each:
Paul K. Farrier, AF7LE, of Tigard, OR

Matthew A. West, WM7MW, of Marysville, WA

The Wilse Morgan WX7P Memorial ARRL Northwestern Division Scholarship,
$1,000

Aaron D. Morrill, NA7AM of Spokane, WA

BREAKING NEWS –Northwestern Division Newsletter Supplement

ARRL to Change Administrator for Insurance Plans:

Effective May 26, 2015, the ARRL will be changing the program
administrator for its sponsored Equipment and Club Liability insurance
plans. Beginning on that date, all program administration including
policy application, issuance and claims administration will be handled
by Risk Strategies, a privately held, national insurance brokerage
firm. The ARRL programs will be administered from their offices in
Chicago, Illinois.
This move is being made based on the results of numerous comments from

Serving radio amateurs in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington States.

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