The Young Ladies' (YL)
of the
Loudoun Amateur Radio Group

Presentations By Nancy Dluehosh - N1NCY and Carol Boehler - KF4TJJ
Reported By Norm Styer - AI2C      Released To The K4LRG.ORG Internet Site on September 28, 2010

(L-R) Tanya Stephens, Elena - KD4DEI, Marcia - KJ4GYH, Nancy - N1NCY, Joanna - KJ4VHV, Carol - KF4TJJ,
Gloria - KE4JEH, Sally - K4NOB, Anna - KJ4EOS

QRV  -  I Am Ready      "33"

          There are over a dozen Young Ladies in the Loudoun Amateur Radio Group. They participate in every aspect and every activity of our Group. On August 21, 2010, Nancy Dluehosh - N1NCY and Carol Boehler - KF4TJJ presented a truly outstanding program about the Young Ladies Radio League, founded in 1939, at our monthly meeting. Both Nancy and Carol have attended YLRL's National Conventions and their presentations on their League and it's activities was an eye opener for all the OM's.

Nancy Making YLRL


Nancy Shares YL-Harmonics Magazine and Application form with LARG Members

Nancy - N1NCY

Nancy's outstanding presentation
is available

Here in PDF File Format


Here in MS Power Point

Carol - KF4TJJ tell us a real funny YL story and talks about their attendance at the 2005 and 2008 YLRL National Convention in Denver and Huntsville.

Anna - KJ4EOS reads through YL Harmonics, the Bi-Monthly Publication of the Young Ladies' Radio League.

All LARG YL's were provided a copy along with a YLRL Membership Application. Many YL's indicated they would be joining.

Nancy and Carol prepared this display about the 2005 and 2008 National YLRL Conventions

In 1999, Nancy attended the YLRL National Convention held in Long Beach, California
and she operated from the Queen Mary.

          Finally, to encourage more radio activities by and to assist the Young Ladies of the Loudoun Amateur Radio Group, Nancy - N1NCY announced and has begun conducting a LARG Young Ladies' Communications Net. The weekly net currently meets on Monday nights at 7 PM local time on the WA4TXE/R Repeater on 146.700 MHz.  This net time and day may change as the YL settle in on an operating schedule. Check the latest net schedule here. All Young Ladies are invited and encouraged to participate.

The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group is very proud of all their Young Ladies. We all know we couldn't do half the stuff we get involved in without their outstanding support. They are QRV - "33"