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Join The NFRCC

Is your local camera or photography club interested in joining The Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Club. The club is currently comprised of  17 member clubs within the Niagara Frontier in Southern Ontario and Western New York.

Advantages of membership include

  • Five inter-club digital image competition throughout the program year
  • Access to a variety of photographic programs from the various member club
  • A group of experienced judges to aid in your club photo judging
  • Annual Fall Seminar
  • Annual Spring Convention (http://www.NFRCCExpo.com)

To join, fill complete our membership form and forward it to our recording secretary, Sharon Dentice (sdentice@nfrcc.org), and NFRCC President, Virginia Stranaghan at vstranaghan@nfrcc.org.  The Secretary shall present the request to the Board at a regular meeting. Upon approval of the Board and payment of the prescribed fees ($20), the club shall become a full member of the organization.

Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Club
AM Center Camera Club, Amherst, NY
Camera Rochester, Rochester, NY
Chautauqua County Camera Club, Chautauqua, NY
Eire Photography Club, Eire, PA
Genesee Valley Photographic Society, Geneseo, NY
Haldimand Photography Club
Latow Photographers Guild, Burlington, ON
Port Colburn Camera Club, Port Colburn, ON
Science Museum, Camera Club, Buffalo, NY
Twin Cities Camera Club, Tonawanda, NY
Trillium Photography Club
Welland Camera Club, Welland, ON
Batavia Photography Club, Batavia, NY
Canyon Camera Club, Perry, NY
Finger Lakes Photography Guild, Stanley, NY
Grimsby Photo Group
Hamilton Camera Club, Hamilton, ON
Niagara Falls Camera Club, Niagara Falls, ON
St. Catharines Photographic Club, St. Catharines, ON
Southtowns Camera Club, Hamburg, NY
Twin Tier Camera Club, Olean, NY & Bradford, PA

Application For Club Membership in the NFRCC

Contact Info
Club President
Club Representitive [or Alternate]
The NFRCC Representative is usually the club president, but may be another member appointed to this position. The club does need to commit to having a representative at the five NFRCC Board meetings held each year. It is suggested that an Alternative Club Representative also be named.

The NFRCC Representative is usually the club president, but may be another member appointed to this position. The club does need to commit to having a representative at the five NFRCC Board meetings held each year on Sundays at 1:30 pm, usually at the site selected for the Annual Spring Convention (NFRCCExpo). It is suggested that an Alternative Club Representative also be named.