Welcome to Handiham World. This is the last edition of the "Courage Center Handiham World Weekly E-Letter" - but don't worry, we are not going away.
Image: Pat, WA0TDA, in 1991 when he first joined Courage Center staff as Handiham manager. This was scanned from an old black and white photo!
Yes, that is an old ASCII computer terminal in the background.
Yes, we all know things change. It is obvious if you can see all of the dark hair I have on my head in that photo! Things have changed a lot over the years, but one thing that has not changed is the organization I worked for: Courage Center. Now that is about to change, and we are excited about new opportunities a merger with Allina Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute, another non-profit organization dedicated to serving people with disabilities, will bring to our Handiham members. You
need not be alarmed about our headline, because there will be an e-letter next week. It will have a new title as we transition over into the new world of a merged Courage Center and Allina Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. You will notice some new things over the coming months, such as a new brand identity for our parent organization. We are still the Handiham System, though. Our services are still concentrated on promoting amateur radio and amateur radio education. Nancy and I will still be running the program, and our weekly services will continue as you might expect.
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