We the undersigned recognize the importance of Amateur Radio in children's education. By exploring Amateur Radio in person at a live demonstration station, children can cross international borders and can learn about physics, electronics, and geography. Being exposed to Amateur Radio broadens children's imaginations in ways not possible by any other method as they can "bounce their voices off of the sky" and all around the globe.
We ask that President Honey continue and expand the Hall of Science Museum's synergistic 35 year relationship with Amateur Radio by continuing to exhibit and promote a demonstration ham radio station at the New York Hall of Science Museum. Removing Amateur Radio from the Hall of Science Museum would be a serious loss for all children who visit the museum, and disposing of the Hall of Science Amateur Radio Club organization would be a terrible waste of a valuable asset.