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Hamfest brings amateur radio enthusiasts from across country to Dalton (Georgia)
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John Sanders says he can’t remember a time when amateur radio wasn’t part of his life.

“My dad was a TV repairman and just loved electronics,” said the Cleveland, Tenn., resident. “When I was a child back in the 1970s, he’d come home from work and after dinner get on his radio. I’d watch him when I was little, then as I got older, he started teaching me and letting me take part in it.”


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