168 Days of Remembrance / Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

April 2020 marks 25 years since one of Oklahoma’s darkest days, when 168 people were killed in the Oklahoma City Bombing. Beginning last November and until April 19, 2020, the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is honoring one victim a day.Also, be honoring the survivors and thanking these that responded to help.  

“It gives an opportunity to remember those who were killed, to honor those who served and to thank those who were changed forever.” oklahomacitynationalmemorial.org

Media outlets through-out Oklahoma will be part of this remembrance each of the 168 days.
Please give widest distribution to your club membership…… As you may be aware, the Oklahoma National Memorial is doing a series of ‘remembrance’ for the 168 days leading up to the Marathon. The series remembers ‘those who were killed, those who survived and those who were changed forever’.  The contribution of the amateur radio community will be recognized on Tuesday, March 3rd in the print and electronic media, social media, and billboards. 
Thomas Webb
ARRL-Oklahoma Section

From: MaryAnn Eckstein [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2020 11:52 AM
To: Thomas Webb
Subject: RE: 168 Days of Remembrance

Hi Tom, just an update, we added Amateur Radio Emergency Service to the 168 Days of Remembrance and it will be recognized on Tuesday, March 3. Thanks for all your help. It will be in the newspaper, billboards, on TV, social media etc.

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