2019 Chapter of the Year Honors

Many outstanding chapters were honored at the 2020 World Conference in Grapevine, TX, in February. Many chapters worked hard to fill the top spots, a fact that was reflected in the extremely close races in each of the chapter size categories of small, medium, and large. Top honors went to:

2019 Chapter of the Year Winners 
Small Chapters 

First Place: Nebraska Chapter

Second Place: Arkansas Razorback Chapter

Medium Chapters

First Place: Wisconsin Badger Chapter

Second Place: City of New York Chapter

Third Place: Virginias Chapter 

Large Chapters 

First Place: Florida Chapter

Second Place: Carolinas Chapter

Third Place: New Jersey Chapter

Congratulations to these chapters on this time-honored achievement. To reward the winning chapters’ efforts, each first-place chapter is eligible to receive a $3,000 Education Grant, second-place chapters are eligible to receive $2,000 Education Grant, and third-place chapters are eligible to receive a $1,000 Education Grant, all sponsored by The Club Foundation.

It must not go unmentioned that there were many outstanding entries. Sixteen chapters across all size categories submitted entries into the competition. Distinctive and impressive accomplishments were abundant – all CMAA members should be proud of the level of excellence that exists within the Association’s chapter system.

2019 Chapter of the Year Scoring
The following is a list of score totals for each chapter. Questions about your chapter’s score may be directed to the Member Engagement Department at the National Headquarters. Please note that information may only be given about your chapter. Comparisons are not possible ¾ simply suggestions on areas of improvement.



Chapter Total
Florida 204
Carolinas 192
New Jersey 191
Metropolitan 190
Golden State 174
Philadelphia & Vicinity 172
Georgia 169
Greater Chicago 153
Greater Southwest 131


Chapter Total
Wisconsin Badger 209
City of New York 192
Virginias 184
Upper Midwest 168
New York State 131


Chapter Total
Nebraska 209
Arkansas Razorback 116