Wednesday, January 13, 2016


I went down a rabbit hole for no real reason, but stumbled across this document [PDF] about neighborhood grants available in Knoxville. The reason I found it interesting is that the awards could be used for ham radio training. Under project examples, the text reads:
Crime and Public Safety

Projects which reduce crime and increase public safety, such as establishment of a neighborhood watch program; creative alley lighting; National Night Out activities; and crime prevention, fire safety and emergency preparedness programs (including First Aid, CPR and Ham Radio training)
The grant process is competitive, so I suspect that ham radio training might not be as compelling to some as a park or program to benefit seniors or children.

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