THE MAAA

The MAAA is a not-for-profit organization, tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code,
and administered entirely by volunteers. The purpose of the Organization is to encourage and enhance
enjoyment of the accordion by its members and to facilitate sharing accordion music with the community.

An Open Invitation
You are cordially invited to visit during our monthly meetings, which are open to the public. See and hear, first
hand, what makes the MAAA the place to be for accordion enthusiasts.

Become a Member
Membership in the MAAA indicates a commitment to supporting the purpose of the Organization. Dues cover
the cost of operating the Organization and conducting its regular programs. Membership in the MAAA is open
to accordion players of all skill levels, as well as to non-players with an interest in accordions and accordion
music. The annual dues amount is $45 for an individual, or $55 for a dual membership which includes a spouse
or partner. A copy of the Organization’s By-Laws is available upon request.

To join, simply complete the MAAA Membership Application Form and mail it and your dues payment to the
address indicated. Alternatively, you can submit your application in person at an upcoming monthly meeting.
We certainly appreciate your musical and financial support.

Board of Directors and Officers

(The Board of Directors and Officers are elected by the members for two-year terms.)
The Board of Directors consist of Board members and the Officers)

Executive Committee

 Gary Morin  President
 Carmen D'Angelo  Vice-President
 Ron Mastrangelo  Treasurer
 Guy Lombari  Secretary
 

Board Members

Dave LaPrise Jan Borelli
Lewis Howes Robert Bonnano
Rocco Scenna Ed Wawrzynowicz