Ham Holiday is the annual Oklahoma City hamfest for the good people of central Oklahoma. This hamfest has been operating since 1974. Ham Holiday is a sponsored event of the Central Oklahoma Radio Amateurs, more commonly called CORA. More information is available about CORA at https://coraok.org/.
Central Oklahoma Radio Amateurs (CORA)
CORA is a not-for-profit corporation created by amateur radio clubs in the central Oklahoma area. Four officers and a board of directors comprising up to three representatives from each member club conduct the corporate affairs.
Chief among the duties of CORA is to put on the annual Ham Holiday show. Other responsibilities include obtaining insurance at reasonable rates for the repeaters and club stations of the member clubs. CORA also serves as a valuable clearinghouse for communications between the local clubs concerning activities, events, needs, and programs.
Board meetings are held on the first Saturday from January through August at 1:00 p.m. at Wickline United Methodist Church in Midwest City, OK. July’s meeting is adjusted around the 4th of July holiday.
Meetings are open to the public, but voting is reserved for officers and board members.