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The call WA6GDO was acquired in 1969.  Over the many years, many Trustees have assured the preservation of the station call.  The current Trustee is  Barry Todd of Norco, California.

Annual Events unt lorem


The Roundup. A weekend convention held in differing parts of the region so as to afford all members a reasonable opportunity to enjoy the personal contact.  This event is the highlight of our year.  You will find an atmosphere of family, friends and fun at the Roundup.


The Club Station. Although there is no physical club station, the call is activated for special net events, such as the annual Roundup, the Net birthday in January, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and several other national holidays.


Dues. The dues are a one time $10.00 fee for new applicants.  An additional fee of $10.00/year is for members wishing a U.S. Postal Service mailing of the MTN Blazer.  There is no fee for receiving the Blazer via email.


The net has members in California, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho and Oregon. Listening to the Net will quickly acquaint you with our procedure focusing on friendship with new and old equally.



Members in good standing are listed on the following month’s roll call list.

A roll call list is published monthly in the MTN Blazer.



Utilizing the 37th parallel as the dividing line, the Net is set up in two divisions, North and South.  Roll call is held on a rotating basis: North is first on even days and South is first on odd days.  Division controls are selected by Net Control to conduct the net.   


Roll call lists are distributed in our monthly newsletter the