The Maine Chess Association (MECA) is a statewide, incorporated, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that promotes various chess related activities in Maine such as United States Chess Federation rated tournaments, match play between local chess clubs and scholastic events. Donations are welcomed and are tax deductible.
Please click the link below to download the Maine Chess Association Constitution in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you may download it here.
Maine Chess Association Officers
President Andy Bryan email@example.com
Vice President Dan DeLuca firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Lee Doucette email@example.com
Treasurer Andrey Savov firstname.lastname@example.org
Maine Chess Association Policy Board
Matthew Fishbein email@example.com
Ron Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil Lowell email@example.com
Barry Magda firstname.lastname@example.org
Join The Maine Chess Association!
The Maine Chess Association is working hard to promote and encourage chess activity in Maine. You can support the MECA and all its activities by becoming a member for the low annual fee of $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for students. Your membership will directly benefit chess at all levels in Maine. We ask you to consider becoming a member of the MECA and we thank you.
Annual Dues are $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for students.
To purchase memberships or make a donation please visit the ChessMaine.net Store or contact: Secretary Lee Doucette email@example.com You can also send a check to Lee Doucette 33 Belfort Street, Portland, ME 04103
Your membership will support the official website of the Maine Chess Association (www.ChessMaine.net).
MECA membership is required to participate in all Maine Chess Player of the Year Events.
MECA membership supports prizes in the Maine Team Chess Tournament.
MECA membership supports recently increased prizes in the Maine State Championship.
Last but not least, becoming a MECA member will give you a warm fuzzy feeling because you will know you are supporting chess in Maine.