Forming the Camino Real Region

During the 1977 Pacific Region Conference, it was generally agreed to divide the region into three regions, one being Camino Real. At the time of the conference, Pacific Region covered not only a great deal of California, in addition to parts of Texas, Arizona and Nevada. The region found it difficult to hold meetings for the 156 clubs. An ad-hoc committee was formed. and a technical advisor was appointed.

At the 1978 conference, everything came together: all the challenges were solved, three new slates of officers were elected and the new regions were official formed.

The Camino Real Region is made up of four districts, and its clubs can be seen here »