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  Hamfest 2020  

8am - 2pm Saturday, September  12, 2020

Paroquet Springs Conference Centre

Celebrating 60 Years

of Kentuckiana Hamfests!

Whatever the Weather We'll Hamfest Together

Tickets $7 Advance, $8 (Cash Only) Day of Show, Under 13 Free

Talk-In: 146.700 MHz (CTCSS 79.7 Hz) and 443.700 MHz (CTCSS 79.7 HZ)

Planning for Our 60th Anniversary

​Planning for GLH-2020 continues as we prepare to celebrate our 60th Anniversary. We know it will be another exciting Hamfest.

We will again have the biggest prizes of any other hamfest in Kentucky. We will also have even more Door Prizes than ever before - lots more - that we think you will really like our selection. We're just startingto plan the fun, so mark your calendar now for our 60th Anniversary Hamfest!

If you would like to be part of the GLHA Planning Committee just email any of our Team Members on our Team Page. It would be great to receive your help and suggestions for new ideas for GLH-2020. Meetings are at 6:30pm the third Tuesday of each month through August with a final meeting after the hamfest. We're looking forward to seeing you this year.

Situation Statement

GLHA will continue to plan for our 60th Hamfest and, at this point in time, GLH-2020 is a go. We don't know what will happen with the Coronavirus, but hope by September it will be old news. We will keep you informed if there is a change in this decision.

Take precautions to prevent getting the virus, which spreads from person to person. The fewer people you're around, the less likely you are to contract the virus. Avoid contact with others as much as practical. Wash your hands regularly and keep them away from your face. Use hand sanitizer. If you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth so as not to spread germs.

Remember, we live in the Ohio Valley and it is definitely allergy season. People sneezing, coughing, having watery eyes and getting the sniffles is common for many right now. Those with these allergies know it - it does not mean they have the Coronavirus. If you have allergies, monitor your situation. If you have shortness of breath or get a fever, stay home and make an appointment with your doctor.

Please use common sense and learn how to protect yourself and, if you do get the virus, know what to do to keep others safe.

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