OMIK Amateur Radio Association, Inc.
Founded in August of 1952
OMIK is a 501(c)(7) Organization • The OMIK Scholarship Fund is a 501(c)(3) Organization
65th Anniversary Convention Memphis, Tennessee
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Dayton Hamvention Bus Trip
January 21, 2017
2878 Ticknor Ct
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-6921
Mr. Steve Schmitz, W0SJS
Secretary OMIK Amateur Radio Association, Inc.
Dear Secretary Schmitz,
Our club is offering a one-day trip to Hamvention. It is open to all those in the south-eastern Michigan region. Here is a convenient way to go for those who cannot afford the time or expense of the entire convention. This is an invitation to those in the Detroit, Jackson, Flint, Lansing and other areas. We have had riders as far west as Kalamazoo!
As in years past, The Arrow Communication Association is sponsoring a bus trip from Ann Arbor to Greene County Fairgrounds and Expo Center and back. The date is Saturday, May 20. We leave the park-and-ride at 4:00 am and get to the show at 8:00 am. We leave the Fairgrounds at 5:30 pm and arrive back to our large park-and-ride site by 8:30 pm. A continental breakfast is included on board. Even if you come from out of town, you still relieve yourself of almost 8 hours of drive time! What more could you ask for?
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The OMIK Amateur Radio Association, Inc. was founded on August 17, 1952 as the OMIK Electronic Communications Association by Black hams from the states of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Kentucky. OMIK seeks to:
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