ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN)—The Enterprise amateur radio club, also known as ham radio, held a forum at Johnny Henderson Park
to introduce the public to a form of communication that’s been popular over the decades, not just as a hobby but for being so helpful.
During the “killer” March 2007 tornado which killed eight Enterprise high school students, ham radio operators proved essential in getting “help” after cell towers and other forms of communication went down.
Anyone interested in becoming an amateur radio operator must pass a government test demonstrating
adequate technical radio knowledge of the government regulations.
Those interested in becoming amateur radio operators should check the internet to find
their closest club and more information.