“Date: Saturday, February 11, 2017, 7:33 PM
> NWS is in the process of figuring out when to hold training
> for those interested in becoming SKYWARN Spotters as well as
> those whose training was more than 3 years ago and need to
> Harvey, AH6JA, needs to inform NWS how many Hams are
> interested in attending the training. The class, which lasts
> about 2 hours, may be held in Kona and possibly Waimea if
> there is enough interest. In the past, the NWS held classes
> in East, South, and North Hawaii but not in West Hawaii,
> i.e., Kona.
> if you’re interested in attending, please let me know by
> 15 FEB so I can forward the replies to Harvey. Then,
> I’ll let you know when and where the NWS decides to hold
> the class. There is no charge for the class.
> and aloha, Eric KH6CQNorth
> Hawaii SKYWARN Coordinator, SK-06
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