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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2/4/2015 - Vice Director Altus, AB7ZQ, Appointed to Strategic Planning Group

ARRL President Kay Craigie has appointed Vice Director Bonnie Altus,
AB7ZQ, from the Northwestern Division, to the newly formed Strategic
Planning Group (SPG). The group was authorized by the Board of
Directors at their recent meeting in January.

The SPG will be chaired by Second Vice President Jim Fenstermaker,
K9JF, and will be charged with the responsibility of developing a
strategic plan for the ARRL, to plan its direction for the next several
years. The working group will be quite transparent and will solicit

Letter 2/2015

Now that 2015 has begun and the flurry of Centennial activities have
ceased, it is time to start the year’s Hamfest calendar. Make sure
you check www.n7cfo.com to find the latest schedule of events; if your
event is not listed there, contact Lynn Burlingame, N7CFO, and he will
be glad to add it. Remember, Lynn only lists the events; he is not
affiliated or in charge of registration, but provides a very good list
every year.

NOTICE: Idaho Section Convention:
We regret to report that Ed Stuckey, Idaho SM, has informed us that the

Letter 12/2014

WWARA Makes Donation to the ARRL Education and Technology Fund:
Many thanks to the WWARA for their generous donation of $1,000.00 to
support ARRL's Education and Technology fund…..ARRL's successful
efforts to promote Amateur Radio Stations in schools and to provide
professional development for teachers, in wireless technology.

The ARRL developed their education outreach project to introduce
teachers to Amateur Radio as an instructional resource and to provide
an educationally sound curriculum focused on wireless communications.

11/24/14 - Thanksgiving Message

Pride slays thanksgiving, but a humble mind is the soil out of which
thanks naturally grow. A proud man is seldom a grateful man, for he
never thinks he gets as much as he deserves……Henry Ward Beecher

As the holiday season begins with the tradition of gathering friends
and family around normally plain dinner tables, Vice Director Altus and
I want to wish you all a most blessed and wonderful Thanksgiving. As
you assemble, look around and see the people with you, and remember to
thank each one for being in your life. Be thankful for each and every

Letter 10/2014

Event Travel:
The Hamfest/Swapmeet season is quickly coming to an end for 2014 and
the Division Staff is pleased to have attended events in each of the
Sections in the Northwestern Division. From Montana, Idaho, Eastern
Washington, Western Washington, Oregon and Alaska, we were greeted with
the true spirit of Ham Radio as we found not just active clubs and ARES
units, but innovative an thriving ones. I’m especially excited about
the number of groups that are encouraging DIY projects. Everything from
direction finders to QRP rigs; It is exciting to see Ham Radio

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

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