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CCLA
Correspondence Chess


 
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Why CCLA?

Our non-profit organization has been conducting postal chess tournaments since 1897, as CCLA since 1909. We are a democratic organization operating under a member-approved Constitution and ByLaws, with leadership provided by member-elected Officers and Directors, all of whom have limited terms of office. Thus CCLA guarantees leadership continuity, avoiding the chaos that wipes-out smaller chess orgaizations when their owners become unwilling or unable to continue.

We offer a large selection of server, email and postal chess tournaments, and publish the award-winning Chess Correspondent quarterly magazine. In fact, the Chess Correspondent has won the prestigious Chess Journalists of America award for best correspondence chess magazine a record six times! CCLA traditionally has a low drop-out rate so you are able to play most if not all of your games to completion. We cordially invite you to join us and enjoy the world of correspondence chess the CCLA way!


CONTACTS

(Last updated 08/23/2021)

Name-Title Email

Ronald Nurmi,
President

   

Brian Hey
Vice-President

   

Paul Shannon,
Sec'y/Treasurer


Douglas Hadley,
Director & editor,
CCLA Newsletter


Jose Jimenez,
Director


Maurice Carter
Director


vacant *
Director

  

vacant *
Director

  

Joe Ganem,
CC Editor


John Thommen,
CCLA's Facebook Page




Jerry Honn,
Tournament Office,
CCLA T.D.

   


Jason Bokar,
ICCF-US Secretary




* election pending
 
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