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EUDXF WhatsApp group
The board and officers of the EUDXF for some time have a Whatsapp group that is frequently used for sharing “HOT” DX information. Since we think that the power of such a group is is in the number of members the idea came up to start an EUDXF Whatsapp group open to all members of the EUDXF. That has already happened and on the website is a form what you can use to sign up for this group. (you can find the form in the right sidebar)
The language within the group will mainly be English but it is to be expected that there will also be quick exchange of information in other european languages 😉
Our webmaster Alex PA1AW will manage the group.
EUDXF Website made it to “DXCC”
It took just over a year to achieve “DXCC” with the renewed EUDXF Website.
Over 51.000 visitors from 100 countries show the website shows that the website meets a need.
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DX-Treffen under the watchful eye of the castle in Bad Bentheim
On behalf of the EUDXF board their President Dominik Weiel (DL5EBE) invited all members to the annual general meeting, during this years DNAT (German/Dutch Amateur Radio Days) in Bad Bentheim.
While some of the partipants, who arrived early, enjoyed their dinner in the Hotel Birkemeier, Engelbertink (PA4UNX) and Hans (DK3PZ) audited the financial statements of EUDXF. The casbook was once again perfectly prepaired by the cashier Robert F.Lörks (DL1EBV) and was released without any objections.
For all the topics of the meeting – as usual – detailed minutes were written.
Besides the official part of the meeting there was plenty of time for individual discussions, renew old acquaintances and make new friends.
Ronald Stuy (PA3EWP) gave a highly interesting presentation about the Dxpedition to Pitcairn Island with the call VP6EU.
See you next year in August 2018 during the 50th anniversary of DNAT in Bad Bentheim.