Division holds regularly scheduled meetings, including four business meetings per year
as required by our bylaws. In addition to
meetings, the club also maintains
an operating layout at their clubhouse in
Aloha, Oregon. Anyone can drop in to participate in the layout construction and
operation by first arranging a meeting time with our club President.
members concentrate on "O" gauge trains, many members collect several
different gauges. Division members receive the Waybill, an informative
newsletter with product reviews, links to model and prototypical rail-related
resources, and other articles of interest.
Our parent organization
is the Toy Train Operating Society, a
non-profit organization formed in 1966. Membership
in the parent organization is required to join at the local Division level.
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