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Massachusetts Forum Needed

Hello everyone,

I hope this message finds you all well. I'm reaching out to our community to discuss the establishment of a dedicated Massachusetts forum here on AREDN. As it stands, we lack a centralized space for individuals from Massachusetts to share insights, updates, and collaborate on projects specific to our state.

Massachusetts has a rich and active amateur radio and emergency data network community. A dedicated forum would not only foster closer ties among us but also facilitate the sharing of knowledge, resources, and local updates that are pertinent to our unique geographic and regulatory environment.

Such a forum could serve multiple purposes:

  • Resource Sharing: From equipment to advice, having a go-to place for local resources can be incredibly beneficial.
  • Local Projects: Highlighting and coordinating on projects that have a direct impact on our communities.
  • Training and Workshops: Organizing local events that can enhance our skills and readiness.
  • Emergency Coordination: A vital aspect of what we do; a dedicated space for Massachusetts can improve our response times and effectiveness.

I believe that with enough interest and support, we can make a compelling case to the administrators for the creation of a Massachusetts forum. This is not just about having our own space, but about enhancing the way we communicate, collaborate, and contribute to our communities and beyond.

I would love to hear your thoughts on this and any suggestions you might have. Let's discuss the potential structure, content, and how we can collectively advocate for this new space. Your feedback and support are crucial in making this a reality.

Thank you for considering this proposal. Looking forward to your insights and engagement.

Best regards, KN4TLV

WU2S's picture
Massachusetts Forum
Added under the Regional Forums. We're looking forward to seeing your network development.

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