David P. Scaer Jr., CCM, qualified for membership in the professional association’s Honor Society after earning 400 continuing education credits beyond those he earned at the time of his certification. The Honor Society makes up only 7% of the organization’s members.
The General Manager and Chief Operating Officer of Nashua (N.H.) Country Club has qualified for membership in the Honor Society of the Club Manager’s Association of America (CMAA), The Telegraph reported.
David P. Scaer Jr., CCM, was approved by the Certification Committee of the CMAA after he earned 400 continuing education credits beyond the total he earned at the time of his certification.
Scaer earned his CCM designation after fulfilling specific requirements in club management experience, education and association activity. The Honor Society represents only 7% of CMAA’s membership. The CMAA Certification Committee consists of active club managers and administers the certification system, The Telegraph reported.
The CMAA is the professional association of managers of leading private country, yacht, military and fraternal clubs in the U.S. and abroad. Nashua CC has been a private club since it was founded in 1916.
The club recently rebuilt its championship golf course and offers a heated Olympic pool, HarTru clay tennis courts, an inviting clubhouse and the only curling rink in the state, The Telegraph reported.