Mile High Radio Club
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The Mile High Radio Club (MHRC) headquartered in Idyllwild, CA. Nestled in the San Jacinto Mountain Range of Riverside County is an active organization that welcomes new members. MHRC serves the mountain communities of Idyllwild, Fern Valley, Pine Cove, Mountain Center, Garner Valley and Poppet Flats by providing an opportunity for licensed amateur radio operators to meet and exchange knowledge and experience.

We have members skilled in the technical aspects of ham radio communication who are always willing to help those interested in advancing their knowledge of radio or those having problems with their radios. We also enjoy the social aspects of meeting with people having the same interests we do. More information 

Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services - Mountain District

For Radio Amateurs interested in emergency communications, we have the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) - Mountain District which is supported by the MHRC. RACES – Mountain District is the official volunteer communications arm of Riverside County Office of Emergency Service (OES) and operates under the auspices of FEMA for disaster communications. We assist in providing radio communications for the local agencies and others during emergencies and special events. We have performed (for several years) and continue to provide both fire patrols and watches for both the US Forest Service and local Fire Officials. More Information

Mile High Radio Club

PO Box 1204 Idyllwild, CA 92549

The MHRC is a 501.c.3 status non-profit organization. 
All funding for the RACES – Mountain District is provided for by MHRC through membership, grants and donations.

Interested parties are always welcome to attend any of our functions.

E-mail: mhrc@arrl.net 

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