Local Chapters

The NAWCC has over a hundred Local Chapters and Specialty Chapters that hold local collector marts, conduct educational programs and produce publications for members world-wide.

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WASHINGTON


Chapter 135 - Mount Rainier

President: Jack Goldberg [Email]

Secretary: Jeffrey Grossman [Email]

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Chapter 50 - PUGET SOUND

President:  

Secretary: Gary Myers [Email]

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Chapter 53 - INLAND EMPIRE

President: Walt Swita [Email]

Secretary: Dennis Armstrong [Email]

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NAWCC Local Chapters

Being able to get involved with local chapters may be one of the best features of NAWCC membership. By attending local chapter events and meetings, NAWCC members get to meet horology enthusiasts, experts, and collectors who live nearby. NAWCC members can also join special interest chapters. If there isn’t a chapter close to you, NAWCC can help members to start one. Check out chapter resources to help make meetings more successful.

To view a full list of our Chapter Sites please click HERE.

Chapter Highlights

At the June meeting of Heart of America (KS) Chapter 36, member Will Bond presented a program titled “How Do I Recognize a Black Forest Clock?” He related the earliest developments of the first cuckoo clocks around 1730 to 1760, and talked about several of the famous makers of Black Forest clocks such as Theodore Ketterer, Furderer Jaegler, and Johann Baptist Beha. Will shared pictures and examples of finely crafted clocks with the time sounded by bells, cuckoos, quails, and trumpeters. Will and other members assembled an impressive display of Black Forest clocks at the meeting.

For more chapter highlights, check out our Mart & Highlights publication!