Eastern Amateur Radio Society (EARS) is located in Madison County Kentucky, a county having a name of one of the U. S. Presidents. Madison County being one of the older counties of the Commonwealth of Kentucky is also the area containing Fort Boonesborough, the old settlement first located by Daniel Boone.
As an Amateur Radio Society, EARS has the desire to encourage friendly participation by offering a challenge award to all stations that have accomplished the prescribed levels of achievement.
Eastern Amateur Radio Society now issues certificates for amateur operators that have demonstrated their ability to work various stations within the U. S. that are located in counties that have the same name as the last name of one of the Presidents.
This award has a basic level equal to the current number of Presidents of the U.S. This number currently is 43, George W. Bush being the 43rd. Endorsements can be obtained at levels of 100, 200 and at the maximum number currently 261.
Special endorsements for particular modes and or power levels are also available. Certificates will be issued and mailed to recipients by the EARS Awards manager after requirements for this award have been met.
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