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Last updated: Oct. 31 2017 (Updated next meeting info, current newsletter & Board Members)
Next meeting: November 8, 2017
Important Note: If you accessed us via camrrc.com the next time you visit us please use our new address http://trainweb.org/camrrc
Club Meetings: November 8 (No meeting in December)
December 2: Prescott Resort display
Club Holiday Party: December 13 (Members & Guest)
The Central Arizona Model Railroad Club serves the Quad City region (Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley & Dewey-Humboldt) of central Arizona. The club does not have a layout but serves as an information and social resource for its members as well as engaging in public service activities. Many members have home layouts representing all the popular scales and gauges. The club meets on the second Wednesday each month at 7:00PM with a business meeting normally followed by a model, prototype, or local railroad historical presentation. The meeting is preceded at 6:30 with some social time and a mini swap meet. Visitors are always welcome.
In addition to the monthly meetings, the Club sponsors home layout open houses and social events (annual picnic and Christmas dinner) open to members and their guests. The Beat the Heat Swap Meet, the largest in Northern Arizona, is held on a Saturday of August in the Quad City area and typically has over 90 sales tables. Operating layouts, demonstrations, seminars and layout open houses open to the public are also provided. In early December each year the club organizes model railroading displays in association with the Gingerbread Village display at the Prescott Resort.
For examples of our Club's activities see the Newsletter archive. (Unfortunately out of date.)
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Serving our members throughout Yavapai County, Arizona in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Mayer and Dewey-Humboldt.