Mississippi QSO Party Award

20:50 Fernando Luiz de Souza 0 Comments

4 - 5 April 2015


The Magnolia DX Association (MDXA) will be participating in the Mississippi QSO Party that will be held April 4, 2015 at 1400 UTC until April 5, 2015 at 0200 UTC or April 4, 2015 from 9:00AM until 9:00PM CST.

The club will be using four special event callsigns and their club call sign during this event. The special event calls are K5M, K5I, K5P, and K5S with their club call is K5MDX. In order to receive a certificate you must spell "MISSISSIPPI " by using the suffixes in the special event callsigns.

You can use one special event callsign multiple times. For example, if you work K5I, that one contact can be used for all four I’s found in MISSISSIPPI. The club call, K5MDX, can be used as a wildcard, which means that it may be substituted for any letter that you may be missing. However, it may only be used once. These stations will be operating on all bands and all modes.

Submitting Logs
Log information must include: Station Worked, Date of Contact, Time of Contact (UTC) , Band, Mode, RST

APPLYING VIA EMAIL:    Attach your log file or provide the information in the body of an email with your call sign in the subject line to specialevent@mdxa.org

APPLYING VIA SNAIL MAIL:    Paper logs may be submitted via traditional mail to: MDXA, Attn: MS QSO Party, PO Box 576, Saucier, MS 39574 -0576.

To receive a certificate, send an email with your call in the subject line to specialevent@mdxa.org
.    List your name as you would like it to appear on the award and make sure you include your address. The awards custodian will cross check the logs of the 1x1 stations and send you the certificate as a .pdf file. If you prefer, we can print and mail you a certificate suitable for framing. Send the details above and $2 to cover paper, ink and mailing expenses to: MDXA, Attn: MS QSO Party, PO Box 576, Saucier, MS 39574-0576. You can send your two dollars via snail mail or Paypal to breedenwb@cableone.net .

E-mail: specialevent@mdxa.org .
Internet: http://www.mdxa.org/

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