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New KFF Coordinator and Team

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Hello Fellow Park Activators and Chasers,

I am Roger Meadows, AE4RM, the new KFF coordinator.  I’d like to introduce the team working together to make KFF-WWFF a success:

AE4RM – Roger, Coordinator
KA9JAC – Bob, Log Manager and Area 2, 4, 6, and 9 Log Administrator
N9MM – Norm, Awards Manager
KA2LHO – Kraig, References Manager
N1TYH – Steve, Area 1, 3, and 5 Log Administrator
W4JL – Dave, Team Member
NU0C – Jim, Area 0 and 7 Log Administrator
AC8RH – Gene, Area 8 Log Administrator

We have hit the ground running and hope to have some additional news for you over the next few weeks on updated rules, awards and other exciting information. Please be patient with us as we enjoy the holidays with our family and friends but be assured, we are working on making KFF-WWFF a success.

Feel free to contact me at  via the contact page or via e-mail. If I don’t have the answer for you, I’ll find someone who does. We’ll also be looking for contributors to send in stories and pictures of their activations and chasing we can share on the blog pages.

As always, thank you for your support, and lets have some fun out there activating and chasing!

73/44,
Roger
AE4RM
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“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.”

Mark Twain nailed it. KFF-WWFF is alive and kicking. There will be some changes in the awards with KFF-WWFF restarting as a global awards program. We will also create some special event and other operating awards over time.

Be assured, there is a team of us working to make sure that KFF-WWFF not only survives but thrives. There will be no change to the park reference names. We will revamp the award system, and we will move forward.

As soon as we have approval from the WWFF Committee, we will post the names of the new KFF Coordinator, Awards Manager, Log Manager, References Manager, and the addresses of where to upload your logs. We should have that very shortly. Meanwhile, except for the 7-call area, keep on submitting your logs as you always have.

Thanks for your patience and we’ll see you in the log

73/44
Roger
AE4RM