Each year, the AAF honors top clubs in eight categories: advertising education, communications, diversity, government relations, club operations, membership, programs and public service. Additionally, a “Club of the Year” is chosen in each division. The clubs of the year are determined by the total score of their entries in the eight categories. Clubs and federations are divided into five divisions based on membership size and compete within those divisions:
Division I: 500+ members
Division II: 250 to 499 members
Division III: 100 to 249 members
Division IV: Under 100 members
Division V: Ad 2 clubs
The Award Winning Ideas Books for 2013 is available for viewing. This idea book has all of the first place winning entries from clubs in all divisions and all categories. Take some time to review it and you will learn about some successful programs you might be able to adopt in your club.
This is also a great time to start thinking about entering the competition this coming year. Ask yourself what areas, if not all, your club excels in and what categories you will want to enter. The Award Winning Ideas Book can act as a “how-to” guide to assist you in entering and winning AAF’s National club Achievement Competition.
District 9 has been well-represented in the Club Achievement Awards the past several years. To the right are the District 9 award winners for 2015
Club of the Year
President of the Year
Diversity and Multicultural
AAF Kansas City
AAF Des Moines
AAF Cedar Valley
District 9 has been well-represented in the Club Achievement Awards the past several years. To the right are the District 9 award winners for 2014
District 9 has been well-represented in the Club Achievement Awards the past several years. To the right are the District 9 award winner for 2013.
For the last several years District 9 has been well represented in the Chapter of the Year competition. To the right are the District 9 Chapters that won Chapter of the Year at the national level, as well as the presidents of those clubs.