In addition to the contest awards, working the NEQP may help you attain the awards listed below.
Connecticut Counties Award
Sponsored by the Candlewood Amateur Radio Association for contacting each of the 8 counties of Connecticut: Litchfield, Fairfield, New Haven, Hartford, Middlesex, Tolland, New London and Windham. All modes and bands, no date restrictions. An application can be found here: http://www.cararadioclub.org/activities
Apply to: Candlewood ARA
PO Box 55
Brookfield, CT 06804
Maine County Award
Sponsored by the Yankee Radio Club
The award is given to amateurs who show evidence of working all the counties in Maine. New England hams need to work 2 stations each county, any band any mode except repeaters. The rest of the States and the world, need to work one station from each county.
Copies of QSLs are acceptable to submit and two General class or higher amateurs may review the cards and sign that they saw the cards in the operator’s hands.
This does not preclude us to request certain cards if required.
There is an endorsement for the county award using repeaters, but it can only be an endorsement after the original is issued.
Send application and $2.00 to:
Yankee Radio Club
c/o George Drisko, KB1AQE
5 Pine Street
Bridgton Maine 04009-1321
Worked all Massachusetts Counties Award
Sponsored by the Nashoba Valley ARC
PURPOSE: To encourage communications between Amateur Radio operators outside of Massachusetts and Amateurs throughout Massachusetts
- Any licensed Amateur Radio operator may qualify for this award by contacting licensed Amateur Radio stations in all fourteen Massachusetts counties.
- Within the US, all contacts must be made from within the same county. From outside the US, contacts must be made from within the same country.
- Contacts utilizing terrestrial repeaters / digipeaters are not permitted. Satellite contacts are permitted.
- All contacts must be made using valid Amateur Radio bands and modes.
- Contacts prior to December 21, 1620 are not permitted.
- The rulings of the Awards Committee are final
VERIFICATION: List QSO calls, dates, and counties worked on the application form. Have two other unrelated Amateurs witness that they have confirmed the validity of the contacts.
AWARD: A certificate signed by a member of the NVARC Awards Committee.
COST: There is a US$5 fee for the certificate to cover the club’s printing and mailings costs. DX stations, please include US$6.
Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club
PO Box 900
Pepperell, MA 01463
Worked all NH Award
Administered by the North Country Amateur Radio Club
The Worked All New Hampshire Award (WNH), sponsored by the New Hampshire Amateur Radio Association, will be presented to any radio enthusiast submitting proof of contact with New Hampshire resident operators in each of the ten New Hampshire counties (Belknap, Carroll, Cheshire, Coos, Grafton, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham, Strafford and Sullivan).
Contacts on all bands and all modes will be accepted, except those made via land-based repeaters, digipeaters and nodes. Endorsements may be issued for specific mode or bank achievement, including an all SWL endorsement. This handsome red, blue and gold certificate will be issued for contacts made after January 1, 1983.
Confirming QSLs will be considered satisfactory evidence of successful contact. A fee of $2.00 Domestic ($5.00 International) will be required at the time of QSL submission to cover the cost of certificate, postage, packaging and return of QSL cards.
All inquires and/or submissions for the sward should be addressed to:
NHARA WNH Award
c/o North Country Amateur Radio Club
12 Cottage Street
Lancaster, NH 03584 USA
Worked Rhode Island Counties Award
Sponsored by the CTRI Contest Group
Sponsored by the CTRI Contest Group
Worked Vermont Award
Sponsored by the Central Vermont Amateur Radio Club (W1BD)
PURPOSE: To encourage communications between amateur radio operators outside of Vermont, and amateurs in all counties of Vermont. To encourage a high level of technical and operating skills from other amateurs in working all Vermont counties.
RULES: Work at least 13 out of the 14 Vermont counties. Any band or modes, or combination thereof, except repeaters. No restriction on time limits. (Vermont amateurs may qualify if they remain in one county.
VERIFICATION: Send list of calls, dates, and counties worked, verified by two other licensed amateurs that they have seen the QSL cards for the counties worked. Or include photocopies of the front and back of the QSL cards along with the aforementioned list. Do not send cards.
AWARD: A numbered certificate signed by the CVARC President or the Awards Manager.
COST: $4.00 to cover cost of certificate, postage and processing.
ADDRESS: Central Vermont Amateur Radio Club, W1BD POB 74 South Barre, VT 05670