The Lothians Radio Society had a promotional table with the new GM3HAM banner and staffed by LRS President John GM8OTI at this event. A number of positive enquiries about LRS membership were received. At least 12 LRS members attended.
General view of the hall at the Cockenzie & Port Seton Community Centre.
LRS President John GM8OTI did sterling work staffing the LRS promotional
table displaying his new GM3HAM banner.
One of the first visitors was new LRS member Paul GM4UPN.
Bill GM8SQM, John GM8OYI, Andy GM7HUD and Brian GM8BJF.
Colin GM4HWO (L) talks with Pete GM4BYF at his table.
Bill GM3KIG (LRS President 1961-62) with Brian GM8BJF (President several times in recent years).
Bob GM4UYZ, CPSARC President, was the host for the event and the raffle.
Alan GM3PSP (L) and Colin GM4HWO were the lucky winners of real "bottles"
in the raffle.
In true Lothians tradition, LRS members adjourned to the Volunteer Arms
in Musselburgh after the Junk Night.
The Volunteer Arms was the "Lothians Pub of the Year 2007" - how appropriate!