The Dundalk Democrat newspaper carries an article this week about the EI7DAR Special Event Station for SOS Radio Week at Clogherhead:
MEMBERS of Dundalk Amateur Radio Society organised a special event week to highlight the work of the RNLI lifeboat at Clogherhead and raised n250 for the crucial rescue service in the process.
The society, based at Castletown Road, ran the station beside the lifeboat station in Clogherhead from where they spent nine days making contacts all across the globe to raise awareness of the RNLI.
It was part of the 'SOS Radio Week' celebrations where amateur radio stations in different parts of Ireland and the UK set up special stations to raise funds for the lifeboat institute.
Read the rest of the article on the Democrat website