[amsat-dc] Re: Apology > Thank You for Participating
Patrick.L.Kilroy at nasa.gov
Mon Mar 26 06:30:05 PST 2007
Dear Esther, KI4LJD,
Well, it was rough making contact but everything
worked out in the long run. We had a full program
going into the meeting-seminar but, hopefully as
you saw, we value your efforts, we want you to
succeed, we are willing to help, and we hope to
see more youth get involved. So therefore we
"made" room for your very fine presentation.
Again, please join at lease one of the AMSAT mail
lists (see http://amsat.org/mailman/listinfo/) or
have someone on your team at school do that to
use us as part of your new, growing "network."
It was a delight to have you and Nastia visit.
Most of those in attendance, and more, are on
the amsat-dc at amsat.org mail list. Keep in
Pat Kilroy, N8PK
At Sunday 3/25/2007 12:12 PM, HaoQi Li wrote:
>Dear Mr. Kilroy and Mr. Scholtz,
>I just checked the old emails and I am very sorry about not replying
>to your emails, it was totally my fault and irresponsibility. Sorry
>about all the inconveniences I've caused.
>Thank you very very much for still letting Nastia and me talk
>yesterday. Ironically I organized a conference that was held a
>couple of weeks ago and again there was a speaker who failed to
>answer my emails. So in the end I dropped his presentation. But
>yesterday you were very kind for giving us a slot to speak. We
>thank you for that great opportunity because the talk led to
>donations of antennas and rotors to our school satellite project.
>I will learn from this and will answer all the emails in the future.
>I hope the rest yesterday's meeting went more smoothly.
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2007
From: "Pat Kilroy" <pat at patkilroy.com>
Subject: [amsat-dc] AMSAT-DC Space Seminar Reaps Outstanding Success
To: amsat-dc at amsat.org
WHAT A FINE MEETING and space seminar we had
Perhaps those of you who were in attendance
can respond with comments about one or two of
your favorite talks or demos. Please also help
me in thanking the presenters ...
I thank you all for your participation, especially
to our speakers:
1. Scott Stevens, N3ASA, via a remote link from
some place near York, PA. With Mike Mantrose,
KA2JAI, assisting with the slides and EchoLink
connection. (11:41 - 12:05)
2. Rick Hambly, W2GPS (12:08 - 1:21)
3. Dan Schultz, N8FGV (1:23 - 1:26)
4. Bob Davis, KF4KSS (1:29 - 2:12)
5. HaoQi "Esther" Li, KI4LJD, a senior at
Thomas Jefferson High School in Fairfax, VA,
with fellow TJHS student Nastia. FYI, you
may enjoy Esther's keen ham radio bio at
http://www.qrz.com/KI4LJD (2:17 - 2:35)
6. Charlie Heisler, K3VDB (3:04 - 3:25)
7. Bob Bruninga, WB4APR (3:28 - 4:20)
8. Heru Walmsley, W3WVV (4:57 - 5:20)
9. Tom Clark, K3IO (5:21 - 6:00)
Also, thank you to Gary Chatters, WA9ZZZ,
for serving as our AMSAT-DC Talk-in NCS on
146.76 MHz FM; thank you to Charlie K3VDB
and Tom K3IO for serving as our
Thank you to Sean Barnes, N3JQ, physics
teacher at Trinity High School for making
HD video recordings of us!
Thank you to Bob Carpenter, W3OTC, for his
awesome efforts in helping Martha in the
office for several years, and who made it
clear that more help is needed. Please
Thank you for those of you who helped set up
and clean up. Thanks for those who offered
excellent technical insight and advice from
the floor, especially to the students.
A great time was indeed had by all.
Pat Kilroy, N8PK
AMSAT Area Coordinator
and AMSAT-DC host
pat at patkilroy.com or n8pk at amsat.org ...
Either one but not both, since each address
goes to the same home.
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