The Achievement Program is a system of requirements for demonstrating a superior level of skill in various aspects of our hobby. It covers not only building various types of models, but also building other things which are important to the hobby, such as scenery, structures, track work, and wiring. It also recognizes service to the hobby and the NMRA, which are important as well.
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Master Model Railroader
The following past or present 7th Division members have earned the title of Master Model Railroader (MMR) An NMRA member qualifies as a Master Model Railroader when he or she has obtained at least seven of the eleven Achievement Certificates provided that he or she has earned at least one Achievement Certificate in each of the four areas of the Regulations. Earning the title of Master Model Railroader is the ultimate goal for many participants in the Achievement Program and is a remarkable achievement.
Mike Chandler MMR #489 click here ,
Don Young has earned achievement certificates in: Structures, Scenery, and Electrical Engineer
Bob Flegel has earned achievment certificates in: Structures, Scenery and Electrical engineer
Dick Hawkshaw has earned an achievement certificate in Scenery
Larry Sebelley has earned an achievement certificate in Scenery
Harry Southern has earned an achievement certificate in Scenery
Russ Watson has earned an achievement certificate in Association official
Suzy Madsen has earned an achievement certificate in Association Volunteer
Jim Little has earned an achievement certificate in cars
Ted Alexis has earned an achievement certificate in association volunteer
Mark Dance has earned a gold spike award for his Columbia & Western Railway
Mark Dance has earned achievement certificates in: Author, Scenery, Structures and Electrical
Steve Stark Has recently earned achievement certificates in:
Official, Author, Chief Dispatcher, Electrical, Scenery, Prototype Modeller and Volunteer. He only needs need cars to earn his MMR.
In November 2014 Kyle Gardiner earned a merit award for his HO scale sand house. This completes the requirement for his structures certificate.
In November 2014 Dick Hawkshaw earned a Gold Spike Award for his HO scale home layout.
In June 2014 Jim Little earned a merit award for his HO scale interlocking tower with 115 points.
In April 2014 Jim Little earned merit awards for his HO scale cinder conveyor and his 400 ton coaling tower.