Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Oklahoma ham scores perfect on test

Congratulations to Trevor Watts KF5RRH, accomplishing a perfect score
for the ACT. Trevor has been accepted to the University of Oklahoma
and will start in the fall with an undecided Major. In addition to
studying at OU, Trevor plans to be an active participant at the OU
radio club, W5TC.

KF5RRH has been involved with amateur radio since his sophomore year
at Lawton High School, Lawton, OK, working with school club amateur
radio station W5LHS. Trevor became committed to amateur radio while a
guest operator aboard the USS Batfish WW2SUB, Muskogee, OK, during the
2012 Museum Ships Weekend. With a challenge from the WW2SUB trustee
Wade Harris KF5IF, Trevor started studying and passed his Technician
license in Aug 2012.

Trevor has participated in several amateur radio outreach events in
the Lawton area. Trevor is forever introducing amateur radio to other
students and is proving to be an excellent on the air coach. In
addition to amateur radio, Trevor is a member of the Academic
Decathlon Team, Key Club (community service organization) and plays
the violin in the school orchestra.

Thanks to Paul Goulet, KC5CYY for this information.

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