The priorities include doing everything we can to: 1. Create more licensed radio amateurs 2. Encourage more people to join NZART 3. Tell the story of amateur radio to as many New Zealanders as possible.
We have a lot to be proud of, so let's share it.
One person can't do it. For one thing, there are only 24 hours in the day and secondly budget. However there are 5,000 licensed radio amateurs in NZ and others, who together, could achieve much.
Everyone of us can contribute to the above three goals.Progress will not be steady, and we won't always get it right. Over the years you and I have received much from this great hobby of ours. It is only right we tell the world about it, and help the next generation join in the fun.
Here is how you can help build something that is good and lasting.
1. how should we promote NZART? 2. who should we be talking to? 3. what should we be telling them?
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