The Foundation for Amateur Radio (F.A.R) has announced the recipients of the four 10-10 Scholarships for this year. There were 33 applicants this year and these students were selected:
Alex Brech, KCØYLD from Curie, MN. Alex is 20 years old and is a junior at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. He holds an Extra Class license and enjoys building antennas. He is the president of his college amateur radio club. He was recommended by Rich Aakre, KAØISD, #45053.
James Hunt, KI5DQ from Sherman, TX. James is an adult student attending Grayson County College studying nursing. He holds an Extra Class license and is trustee of the Grayson County ARC (K5GCC) and the newsletter publisher. He was recommended by Wilmer Kinsey, WB5DCU, #6175.
David Clark, KD7NZK from Phoenix, AZ. David is 19 and a junior at Arizona State University studying computer systems engineering and computer science. He holds an Extra Class license, is president of Explorer Post 599 (W7BSA) and is active in emergency communications, contests and commu nity events involving amateur radio. He was recommended by Bill Ellis, WB9CAC, #7109.
Josh Fisher, W4WJF from Raleigh, NC. Josh is 21 and entering the Master of Science program at North Carolina State University. His major is electrical and computer engineering. He holds an Extra Class license and is active in contesting, DX and civil service. He was recommended by Joseph Wagoner, W3ZL, #2385.
Photos and biographies will be published in the Fall 10-10 News.
Over the past 22 years, 10-10 has funded 79 scholarships valued at $79,000.