Saturday, the Hamby Volunteer Fire Department showcased the power of radio frequencies.
Various locations around the world could hear the West Texas sounds from the Hamby Fire Department.
The Key City Amateur Radio Club is hosting a 24 hour field day to demonstrate how people from anywhere in the world can connect through radios.
The annual event teaches how ham radios can respond quickly during an emergency.
"I've seen situations where we were able to communicate with the United Nations from New York to get disaster relief for other countries." Ron Harden, Key City Amateur Radio Club, said.
These high frequency wave radios could make all the difference when trying to communicate around the world.
The event from Saturday at 1:00 P.M goes through Sunday afternoon at 1:00 and anyone interested is more than welcome to come out and learn about these high frequency radios.
The Hamby Fire Department is located at 4408 Highway 351.