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    Kansas Amateur Radio News Extra expanded in October 2012 with the monthly addition of the SATERN Western Missouri/Kansas Division Newsletter. We are glad to be the home for SATERN News beginning December 2011. Please check it out and welcome SATERN to our collection of noteworthy Kansas ham publications!
    • To promote "The Amateur Radio Service" as a public service as stated and created by an act of Congress.
    • To publicly recognize Kansas Hams who do exceptional things in the interest of public service.
    • Recognize those Kansas Ham Radio operators who have volunteered to dedicate their time and radio equipment to serve their neighbors, community, state, andkb0rwicountry in the event of an emergency or disaster.
    • Recognize those hams who weekly train to be ready to serve through the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), the National Traffic System (NTS) and other public services.
    • Recognize hams whose public service activities are felt state-wide, beyond their city limits and beyond.
    • Recognize Special Service Clubs (SSC), committed to doing more than a normal club to further ham radio.

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      Kent Stutzman, KB0RWI
      KAR Editor

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