We are pleased to announce that Lucinda Moody, AB8WF, will join Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute’s Handiham Program as program coordinator, effective June 26th. Moody succeeds Patrick Tice, who retired after leading Handihams for the past 25 years.
Notice: There is an error in our audio version of the General Class question pool.
G7B04 - Which of the following describes the function of a two input NOR gate. The reader gives the answer as: C – output is low when either or both inputs are low. That answer is not even a choice on the possible answers. The question from the FCC question pool is below.
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It’s been almost a year since Pat Tice announced his retirement. I wanted to give you an update on where we are in the process of finding a replacement for Pat and the next steps for the Handiham program.
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in partnership with the Courage Kenny Foundation are making progress towards a long-term solution for Handihams.
However, the transition has been more complicated than we anticipated and is taking longer to resolve than we envisioned. Please be assured that we are looking at all our options on transitioning to new leadership and ownership of this valuable resource and hope to make an official announcement soon. Our commitment remains to secure the future of Handihams and we thank you for your patience.
Because this remains a discussion in progress, we cannot provide any additional details at this time, but will do so as soon as possible.
Eric Larson, C.T.R.S.
Manager, Sports and Recreation Department
Are you wondering what ham radio (Amateur Radio) is all about? The ARRL website has plenty of good resources for you, including some videos. If you have a disability, come back here to handiham.org to learn how the Courage Kenny Handiham Program can help you get your license.